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Energy and Sound Therapy

Have you ever wondered what is the relationship between music and energy? Well, we have. We are firm believers that sound does have an inherent vibrational quality to it. That being said, sound-waves do set up frequencies in the body and even the brain. Music can be used therapeutically for people who want to heal their bodies or rid themselves of bad habits (i.e. smoking). Think of a time when you were really relaxed and listened to a song that made you feel even more at ease. Or maybe there is a song that always makes you want to dance. Music can be used as therapy because it effects your body, mind and spirit.

Energy and Sound Therapy is the application of Natural Frequency, utilizing frequencies which are set at an optimum level that can be achieved by using tuning forks, singing bowls and other instruments. Our body's cells communicate within themselves and to other cells via chemical and electrical processes; but also thru vibrational information.

Every cell has a unique vibration and it is this unique frequency that affects everything in the body, which can be measured using a frequency meter. This method of therapy produces physical, emotional and spiritual changes in the body for people who are sensitive to their own unique set of frequencies.

The use of sound therapy is more prominent today with the rise in new age music that uses different natural instruments to emit these frequencies into our being. One unique sound or combination of sounds can contain a very high amount of healing harmonic frequencies, depending on how they are tuned within themselves.

The theory is that if we consider each whole number as a separate musical note, then by going up by octaves you have eight notes to choose from, and if we go up another octave then there are 16 notes and so on.

However, if we consider the fractions of a whole number as musical notes then there are unlimited possibilities of combinations to produce all types of healing frequencies.

This theory helps to explain why some musical tones sound discordant rather than harmonious, which can affect us in a negative way.

The basic difference between the frequencies used in energy and sound therapy, compared with other forms of music or tones that are referred to as tuning forks for instance, is that the sound created will be at its optimum level because the frequencies are being used in fractions of whole numbers.

Healing Instruments:

  • Tuning Forks

  • Singing Bowls

  • Didgeridoo

  • Gongs

  • Native American Flute

  • Drums

  • World Music Instruments

All of these instruments can emit different frequencies that will work with our energy field. These are therapeutic techniques that help to move the blocked energy within the body, which in turn helps to bring our body back into balance. The use of these therapeutic instruments can help to release mental, physical and emotional blocks that affect the well-being of our body's natural health and increase our awareness to higher levels.

A person who is sensitive to their own unique set of frequencies will respond well in a situation where the correct sound or music therapy has been used for their own personal needs. These sounds and frequencies can be used in a group setting, where the energy within the room is heightened because of this strong connection shared by all concerned.

In some cases there are certain types of music that may not be suitable for people who have been diagnosed with certain mental health issues, such as depression or anxiety. In these instances, having this type of music played in the background may not be suitable for them to listen to.

It is important that any therapist who works with sound or music therapy understands that whatever they do within their practice, it should not be taken as medical advice.

What music therapy treats:

  • Stress

  • Anxiety

  • Depression

  • Insomnia and other sleep issues

  • Mental fatigue

  • Nervous tension/nervousness

  • Dementia

  • Autism spectrum disorder and learning difficulties

  • Behavioral and psychiatric disorders

  • Cancer

What music therapy doesn't treat:

Music therapy does not help physical conditions like broken bones, muscle spasms or other localized pain. Therefore, it is not an alternative to medical care or medication for physical illness.

Music therapy shouldn't be used as a replacement for standard forms of treatment, but it can help you get where you need to go more comfortably and with less pain.

There are no known risks in music therapy, though there is some evidence that engaging with sound or music may make people feel better while also distracting them from physical discomfort. Like any form of self-care, if you have concerns about whether they are good for your individual health situation, always ask your doctor before trying something new.


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