ASMR Healing Role Play with Sound Therapy & Hand Movements

ASMR Healing Role Play with Sound Therapy & Hand Movements – Tapping Sounds, Tibetan Singing Bowls, some tings, tuning forks & me just working around you. There is very little talking in this as at this time i was getting over a sore throat and voice was a little ruff.
The video itself is a little ruff but i wanted to try this was a combination of different movements and sounds to see what works and does not, as always your feedback is valuable.

A little bit of Baba influence is there you might notice plus my normal style of things

Singing bowls are from http://madamkali.com/home/85-base-alchemy-set.html

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ASMR stands for Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response it is described as a pleasurable tingling sensation that can be felt most commonly in the back of the scalp and down the spine but not limited to these area’s.
I try to describe ASMR experience to people using something common like visiting a hairdresser, do you find the experience of someone focusing on you, the gentle touching of your hair, the sound of the scissors moving around you relaxing?
That would be a relaxing experience, watching ASMR video is like recreating that type of experience.
I believe most people can experience ASMR, to experience ASMR you need to find you trigger, common triggers will often be related to one person focusing on you or another person and watching this person focus or give them attention will trigger it.

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