Everything You Need To Know About Sound Healing

Imagine standing in a concert, listening to your favorite musician. The beat entrances you, taking you for a sensual journey, letting you sway to the rhythm. You feel those vibrations through your body, lifting your spirit and pushing you to release all that pent-up energy you’ve had locked in. Time stops for you; it’s just you and the sound, touching something deep in you.

That is the power of sound therapy.

Introducing Sound Healing

There’s no mysticism behind sound healing and its effects on the human body. It’s simple biology.

The science of sound healing is basically based on something called resonance, which according to Oxford Dictionary means:

The reinforcement or prolongation of sound by reflection from a surface or by the synchronous vibration of a neighboring object

In this situation, that ‘surface’ or ‘neighboring object’ is you. Keep in mind that your body is 60 percent water. And water is one of the best conductors of vibrations from sound waves. With the right method of sound healing, this practice can be used to harmonize our cells, and that can perhaps help us re-tune our baseline frequency.

 Sound Healing for the Brain

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The general consensus is that our cells, tissues and organs, all emit a specific frequency. In the same sense, our brain produces frequencies as well, only its vibrational frequencies can be quite different in keeping with our different states of mind, like when we’re in love, stressed or relaxed and more.

The way sound healing helps here is that it facilitates our brain by using a certain steady frequency of sound, something that our brain can actually tune itself to. By using this frequency and rhythm, the sounds created engage with our brainwaves, tuning it so that it actually takes a shift down towards our normal state of mind.

Sound Healing and Ailments

According to numerous studies on sound healing and its effects, it has been found that this form of therapy can have deep calming effects on clients that suffer from the following ailments:

  • Depression

  • Anxiety

  • Stress management

  • PTSD (Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder)

  • Sleep disorders

  • Pain management

Different Methods of Sound Healing

While there are many traditional and new methods for sound healing, the ones I use for a typical session for sound healing include:

  • Voice

  • Medicine drums

  • Wind drums

  • Earth gong

  • Tibetan bowls

  • Crystal bowls

  • Bells

  • Rattles

Different Methods of Sound Healing

How Do We Get Started?

All you have to do is give me a call and book an appointment.

Located in Denver, CO, I’m a spiritual therapist. In addition to sound healing, I also offer  shamanic healing, depth hypnosis Denver Co and many other processes.

To know more, please feel free to get details on sound healing in Denver Co. These practices are to heal your mind and body. It’s important that you learn all you can so you can heal from within.

Kari Rivers