A renowned sound alchemist, psychotherapist and shaman, Tom Kenyon is regarded as a pioneer in the field of psychoacoustic research and is an acclaimed practitioner of psycho-acoustic healing. Dedicating his life to integrate modern science with ancient mysticism through the power of sound, he boasts a rare ability to decipher the healing properties of sound vibrations. At the inception of his career, he was an aspiring country
musician in Nashville, TN. However, in the early stages of his life, he encountered a series of mystical experiences that forever altered his path. Finding his experiences to be fleeting, yet life changing, he sought to understand the scientific processes behind his experiences, and thus dove into neurophysiology to explain his spiritual insights. Since those moments, Mr. Kenyon has studied the ancient wisdoms of Tibetan Buddhism, Taoism, Christianity, Shamanism, Egyptian alchemy and Hinduism, as well as the sciences relative to each spiritual journey. Using his voice and wealth of knowledge of spiritual practices, he conducts psycho-acoustic immersion seminars for fellow spirits who wish to embark upon their own unique excursions. Through his teachings, he lectures on innovative research proving that sound shifts brain states and promotes dramatic healing, subsequently utilizing that knowledge to impart upon his students lessons in both mysticism and cognition. Using his nearly four-octave range voice, in tandem with other acoustic instruments, he creates deeply altered states of consciousness that access the brain’s unused potentials for heightened creativity and spiritual insight.
As a testament to his profound success, Mr. Kenyon received the Raymond Taylor Award for Excellence in the Performing Arts from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro in 1970. He holds a Bachelor of Arts in communications, drama, and speech
from the university, and he completed additional coursework in humanistic counseling and breath work, psychological counseling, and medical hypnosis through Columbia Pacific University and the Southeast Institute for Group and Family Therapy.
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