How does Sound Healing work
When our body is out of balance, sound healing can re-tune it, a bit like tuning an instrument. When clear harmonious sounds are sounded for a person who is unbalanced or sick, their body will lock into those healing sounds.
How does Sound Healing work?
Sound has an immediate effect on our being as it is tangible. Not only can we hear the sounds but we also feel the vibration of the sounds and this has a direct connection to our emotional being. Science tells us that we are all energy beings with our own resonant vibratory frequency. Every cell in our body emits a frequency and every organ in our body has a frequency that vibrates in optimum health when all systems in the body are balanced, but when we are not well, the resonance in the body is discordant and we experience "stress" which can lead to illness in the physical, mental, emotional and spiritual body. When we are not well, we often describe this as "feeling off-key" or "out of tune". When we are in health and feeling well, we feel "in sync" and “in harmony”.
Sound has an effect on our brainwaves, the application of sound healing changes brainwave patterns, shifting them from the normal waking state of fight flight mode, to a state where relaxation and natural healing takes place. This has supports the reversing of stress which releases hormones such as adrenaline and cortisol in the body, which makes Sound Healing a good therapy for releasing pain.
Water is an amazing conductor of sound. As the human body comprises of 70% water, this makes it a great conductor of sound and very responsive to Sound Healing. Through the principle of resonance, it is possible to bring the body back to harmony. When the body is out of balance, sound healing can re-tune it, a bit like tuning an instrument. When clear harmonious sounds are sounded for a person who is unbalanced or sick, their body will lock into those healing sounds in accord, this is known as entrainment. Energy will take the path of least resistance, following the clear harmonious sounds is much more energy efficient than holding on to an out of balance flow.