Are you looking for a way to help improve the overall health and wellbeing of your body? You may not have thought of it before but sound therapy can be the perfect way to do so. Read on for more information to help you decide if it’s an option for you.
If you look at your body underneath an extremely strong microscope, you will see that it is made up of millions of tiny particles of energy. These energy particles are subjected to various things such as your diet, relationships, lifestyles, environment and so on, and these can actually cause disease and illness over time. Sound waves travel easily throughout the body and it can be felt physically (think of that bass feeling in your chest) or emotionally (a song that makes you cry for example).
Sound is capable of calming or energising the body or mind. Because our bodies are made up from energy, they are reacting to the sound on the energetic or spiritual level. Sound therapy uses both ancient and modern instruments in order to help balance the body and remove the negative energies that can cause unhealthiness. Such instruments include singing bowls, tuning forks, gongs, mantras, and didgeridoos. These are selected and played in order to re-tune the body back to its ideal song. Each body has a unique “tune” that is made up of the vibrating energies of the chakras, organs, and so on. While unique, there are some basic standard frequencies to promote optimal health and sound therapy aims to get the body back to these.
Sound therapy has had good results with conditions and illnesses such as chronic pain, depression, anxiety, hormonal problems, arthritis, tinnitus, IBS, insomnia, migraines, cysts, and stress related disorders. Before each session, the therapist will ask about any health problems that you have and your medical history. This enables them to adjust the treatment accordingly in order to help achieve the best results. Almost anyone can enjoy sound therapy but if you are pregnant, you should not do it, and if you suffer from mental health problems, you should consult your treating doctor first.