An Essential Guide to Sound Healing

by: csalvin57

 

 

 

 

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Sound Therapy Overview

You may have heard of sound healing and wondered what it is and how it works. Equally, you may have your favourite tunes or songs that you play when you want to feel uplifted or soothed. Sound healing goes much deeper than this, changing not only your mood, but also the neural pathways of your brain. Read on for further information. 

What is Sound Therapy?

Sound healing, or sound therapy, has its roots in ancient traditions and has been used by human of all cultures and civilizations for thousands of years. It works through vibration and resonance, sending soundwaves throughout your entire body to redress any imbalances and allow the body to begin self-healing. It can take many forms and uses a wide variety of instruments to create the sounds that resonate best with the human body’s natural energy vibration. The action of these soundwaves can be compared to the use of, say, a pneumatic drill on concrete. Blockages and areas of restriction or constriction are broken down (in a much gentler way that the road drill of course!) and the body responds by bringing in a more harmonious and balanced vibration. 

How Does it Work?

As mentioned above, sound healing works by sending vibrations into the whole body. You, as a client, simply need to accept the action of the sounds used by a healing therapist. These may be in the form of a gong bath or Tibetan or Crystal Singing Bowls. No matter what the issue is, sound healing gets to the root of the problem and begins to rearrange the energy molecules within your subtle body to effect a change. It can be used to alleviate emotional, mental, and physical conditions. It accesses your unconscious mind in a comparable way to hypnosis and reprograms any negative thought patterns or behaviours that are causing you distress or dis-ease, literally creating new neural pathways that are more beneficial than your old ways of thinking. 

Instruments Commonly used in Sound Healing 

All kinds of instruments can be used by your therapist in a sound healing session, although some are more popular than others. Amongst the most common are Singing Bowls, both metal and crystal. These bowls produce wonderfully relaxing sounds and set up deep, long-lasting vibrational sound waves that reverberate throughout your mind and body. Crystal bowls can be used to produce the exact tone needed to cleanse and activate each of the main 7 chakras and the tones produced by these instruments are clear and pure. Metal Tibetan Singing Bowls are more versatile, in that they can be played to produce different notes and tones and to switch between pitch and length of sound according to the way they are played. 

Gongs and drums are also widely used in sound healing sessions, especially in group situations. A gong sound bath is an experience not to be missed. Many people report feelings of renewal, deep peace, and the sense that unwanted energies have been literally shaken loose and removed from their energy field after a gong bath. Others say that they felt as if they had left their physical body and entered the realm of spirit for the duration of the bath. 

What are the Benefits of Sound Healing?

Sound healing has many benefits both physically and mentally. It also has spiritual benefits for some people and is non-invasive and pleasant to experience. Sound healing can be of benefit to the conditions listed below: 

  • Anxiety and depression
  • PTSD
  • Alzheimer’s and Dementia
  • Psychiatric and behavioural disorders
  • Autism 
  • Sleep disorders
  • Joint and skeletal pain
  • Muscular pain
  • Migraine
  • Blood pressure issues- both high and low blood pressure can be balanced through the use of this ancient technique. 

 

 

FIRST DRAFT

 

 

Sound Therapy Overview

You may have heard of sound healing and wondered what it is and how it works. Equally, you may have your favourite tunes or songs that you play when you want to feel uplifted or soothed. Sound healing goes much deeper than this, changing not only your mood, but also the neural pathways of your brain. Read on for further information. 

What is Sound Therapy?

Sound healing, or sound therapy, has its roots in ancient traditions and has been used by humans of all cultures and civilizations for thousands of years. It works through vibration and resonance, sending soundwaves throughout your entire body to redress any imbalances and allow the body to begin self-healing. It can take many forms and uses a wide variety of instruments to create the sounds that resonate best with the human body’s natural energy vibration. The action of these soundwaves can be compared to the use of, say, a pneumatic drill on concrete. Blockages and areas of restriction or constriction are broken down (in a much gentler way that the road drill of course!) and the body responds by bringing in more harmonious and balanced vibration. 

How Does it Work?

As mentioned above, sound healing works by sending vibrations into the whole body. You, as a client, simply need to accept the action of the sounds used by a healing therapist.

Sound Healing Instruments Include:

No matter what the issue is, sound healing gets to the root of the problem and begins to rearrange the energy molecules within your subtle body to effect a change. It can be used to alleviate emotional, mental, and physical conditions. It accesses your unconscious mind in a comparable way to hypnosis and reprograms any negative thought patterns or behaviours that are causing you distress or dis-ease, literally creating new neural pathways that are more beneficial than your old ways of thinking.

These may be in the form of:

  • A gong bath
  • Tibetan Bowls
  • Crystal Singing Bowls.
  • The Voice

What are the Benefits of Sound Healing?

Sound healing has many benefits both physically and mentally. It also has spiritual benefits for some people and is non-invasive and pleasant to experience. Sound healing can be of benefit to the conditions listed below: 

  • Anxiety and depression
  • PTSD
  • Alzheimer’s and Dementia
  • Psychiatric and behavioural disorders
  • Autism 
  • Sleep disorders
  • Joint and skeletal pain
  • Muscular pain
  • Migraine
  • Blood pressure issues- both high and low blood pressure can be balanced through the use of this ancient technique. 

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