|4 years ago :: Jun 21, 2009 - 11:39AM #1|
I would like to share with you my experience of sound and how it can be used as a medium for healing.
Sound in any of its forms is a source of energy. As an energy source, it can be used as a tool for a change of consciousness and wellbeing. Sound therapy is based on the theory that all of life vibrates, including people's bodies. When a person's healthy resonant frequency is out of balance, physical and emotional health is affected. In sound therapy the sound vibrations create a “molecular” massage, stimulating each cell toward its proper resonating frequency. When our cells, tissues, organs and glands are all resonating in harmony, profound healing can occur.
The broad spectrum of sound therapy includes chanting, an activity long connected to healing and religion, and sounds of nature. Different sounds have elicited a variety of emotional responses and altered mental and physical states in people. The connection between sound and healing was chronicled in 1896 when American physicians discovered that certain types of music improved thought processes and spurred blood flow. More advances in sound therapy came after World War II when it was used as part of rehabilitation treatment for soldiers. We are just now beginning to awaken to the ancient benefits of sound as a means of health and wellness.
To hear samples of my sound sessions visit: www.JaquelineMarie.com
It is my hope that sacred sound will once again be utilized as a means of transformation. It is simple, effective, and everyone can do it. Around 400BCE, Plato profoundly stated, "Music is a moral law. It gives soul to the universe, wings to the mind, flight to the imagination, and life to everything." Truly, music is the universal language.
In Light & Love,