How does Sound Heal?
Sound has a far greater effect on our everyday existence than we can even imagine. High frequency sound can measurably affect brainwave activity, stimulating sympathetic vibration in our cells.
It can be said that illness is a manifestation of dis-harmony within the body—an imbalance in the cells or organs. Since all matter is energy vibrating at different rates, by altering the rate of vibration we can change the structure of matter….
The entire universe is in a state of vibration. Every organ, cell, bone and tissue and liquid of the body, and also the electromagnetic fields, which surround the body have a vibratory frequency. Pure frequency can help you heal, grow and change.
When we are healthy everything in our body vibrates in harmony or resonance.
Dis-ease occurs when a part of our body begins to vibrate at a different rate, out of harmony with the rest
The principle of entrainment explains how sound healing works.
A harmonious sound projected at a person - who’s atoms, molecules, cells, glands and organs all have a vibrational frequency - can bring them into resonance with that healing tone.
Sound may have emotional effects, influencing neurotransmitters and neuropeptides, regulating the immune system.
When the brain waves and body are synchronized, balance can be restored and tension/stress released.
The sound vibrations impact our nervous system, engaging our relaxation reflex and inhibiting the stress or pain response.
The naturally occurring binaural beats from the gongs and the tuning forks create a pulsating tone that feels good and helps you to relax. The more you listen the deeper you relax, as your brainwaves begin to entrain with the tone, generating dynamic neuronal connections in all parts of the brain
Sound is heard not only through our ears, but through
every cell in our bodies
“It’s the profoundest non chemical medication”
― Oliver Sacks, Neurologist ―
The Gong has been used in various cultures as far back as 16,000bc. It stimulates the glandular system, mega portal to the brain, sonic tool to empower health, learning and productivity.
The gong resonates all cells of the body, impacting brain waves, respiratory rate and heart rate.
It develops and stimulates neurons in the frontal cortex, making it a powerful vehicle for meditation and a gateway to heightened states of awareness and consciousness.
“A Latin transcription of the word “person” is “Being of sound”.
As human beings we communicate with each other and with the greater universe through sound vibration. It is thus, the essence of our collective being. All sounds reverberate with meaning. Every sound vibration has an effect, and every sound connected with every word we speak, in every syllable, is connected to its eternal meaning, its eternal reverberation.”
– Saul Williams poet, performer and pioneer.