Our physical body is known to preserve memories of any imbalances or signals and traumas. These signals have a tendency to manifest as our reality later.
And so it becomes important to look at healing and balancing not just from a physical standpoint, but also from a holistic approach involving the mind, body, and spirits which offers a greater hope.
Sound as such, has the ability to positively transform our whole being. It is important to note that we perceive sound not only with our ears but also with every cell in our body.
In all of the alternative therapies out there today, sound therapy has been more promising primarily to reduce stress, stress being the underlying cause of many physical conditions. The sound is known to influence both, our emotional and physical bodies. It is no surprise that sound and human emotions are deeply connected.
Sound embodies human emotions in such undefied ways, where often its repression and expression are known to create and release blockages respectively. Having witnessed the phenomenal healing affects the Himalayan singing bowls and gongs have to offer, mainstream medical and educational institutions are adopting sound healing practices as an addition to cancer treatments. Studies show that the Himalayan singing bowls are chemically metabolized in the body as an endogenous opioid, which works as internal medicine and reduces pain and inflammation.
Sound therapy offers the following benefits:
* Affects all cells in your body.
* Balances both hemispheres of the brain.
* Changes our old patterns of behavior, habits, and way of thinking that no longer serve us and are harmful to our health.
* Cleanses negative energy and emotions.
* Connecting with your higher self.
* Deep relaxation.
* Helps to recover after illness, traumas and invasive medical treatments.
* Helps to cope with life’s challenges.
* Improves sleep
* Increases vital energy flow, creativity, intuition, and motivation.
* Makes positive changes to our whole being.
* Removes blockages and toxins.
* Soothes, purify and harmonize your emotions and feelings.
* Stimulates circulation.
* Stimulates endocrine glands and regulates hormonal functioning.
* Strengthens immune system.
* Stress reduction.
As a trend-setter, the sound has always known to influence our moods and behaviors. For instance, a soundtrack in a Zumba class gets us moving, whereas sounds in a Yoga class induces quiet concentration.
Unconsciously, our bodies take cues from a variety of sounds and rhythms, another way of saying it knows when to stay energized and to slow down.
Using the human voice and objects that resonate to stimulate healing (think tuning forks and singing bowls), sound therapy is one of a growing number of subtle-energy therapies that make up the field of vibrational medicine. According to the law of physics, everything vibrates the chair you’re sitting in, the food you eat, the rocks and trees.
Everything in this cosmos resonates at a vibration of its own. Whether we hear it or not, everything has its own frequency. Considered as a cutting edge in healing, Sound therapy definitely has to offer long-term benefits and root out issues arising primarily out of emotional causes.
Our body, mind and spirit always want to be moving in a direction toward balance, yet we often have too much outer stimulus and noise and not enough time to dedicate to ourselves, which can prevent us from achieving a better state of harmony.Sound has a way of helping us get to the source of this inner peace we all desire.