About Sound Healing Therapy

Sound Healing Therapy is a healing modality that dates far back in time to our Ancient Ancestors. From vocal chanting to instruments such as Tibetan singing bowls, shamanic drums, and more, you will find some form of sound healing in every culture on Earth.
Sound permeates our mental, physical and etheric body systems, helping to initial vibrational balance and returning them back to harmony.
Common Responses to Sound Healing As sound passes through you, it balances your body, mind and spirit by clearing blockages in the energy flow and helping your body to release tension and stress. Some people have a feeling of well-being after a sound healing session. Others may feel like they need to drink water and rest. Sound healing has been used for thousands of years in many different.
During sound healing sessions, healers use instruments like gongs, flutes, drums, crystal singing bowls, crystal singing pyramids and tuning forks to create vibrations that move through the body. Some people describe these vibrations as feeling warm or tingly. Others say they feel the vibrations in their muscles or bones. And still others report no sensation at all.
Sound can be used as a vehicle to take one into deep states of relaxation and even into meditative states. The sound waves can penetrate deeply and affect the body at a cellular level. If stress was an issue prior to the session, it may be reduced after. In some cases, emotional issues come up during a session and participants have an opportunity to express themselves.
Regularly experiencing Sound Healing Therapy can support and lead to a few of the below common responses:
  • Clearing of energy blockages
  • Reduce symptoms of stress, anxiety and depression, PTSD
  • Alleviation of chronic pain
  • Deep Relaxation including R.E.M or dream state
  • Higher states of awareness
  • Releasing of tension in the body and stimulates the glandular and nervous system.
  • Emotional release
  • Some people just feel tired or sleepy
  • Nausea, vomiting
  • Getting or releasing headaches
  • Blood pressure, heart rate, and respiration might slow down
  • Warmth or tingling sensations in your body
  • Clarity
  • Sensation of Energy Movement
  • Improved Circulation
  • Intensification of All Senses 
  • and the list goes on


Why Try Sound Healing Therapy

Once you’ve experienced sound healing on a regular basis, you’ll find the body reaches a parasympathetic state, which is homeostasis or rest and digest. This is because the vibrations from sound healing can have a positive effect on the autonomic nervous system which controls heart rate, digestion, respiratory rate and pupillary response.

The sympathetic state, or fight or flight, is often experienced in modern life because people are constantly in a state of stress. This is when the body begins to break down, so it's important to reach a balanced state – that parasympathetic state where healing can occur and all of our systems can repair themselves.

In this state, the body releases hormones like serotonin and dopamine that help us feel relaxed, happy and at peace. It also boosts our immune function and helps energize our cells. Your breathing slows down and becomes deeper, your heartbeat slows and lowers, metabolic rate slows down, blood pressure drops and blood flow increases.

Your immune system strengthens and you're better able to fight off colds and flus. Your organs shift back into alignment with their correct vibrations, helping them to function more efficiently. You feel more relaxed and at ease, reducing stress levels. Sound healing is like a big reset button for your body.

The purification process starts as soon as you experience sound healing. It can happen in a few days to months from the time of your first sound healing session. It is an ongoing process that takes place as long as you continue to receive sound healing or meditate with sound.






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