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The Healing Power of Sound! Part 2

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How Does Sound Heal? How does this work? How does sound make for the mending of bones, the softening and soothing of broken hearts, the nearly instant increase in auto-immunity?

According to some experts, it is the vibration itself. The simplest example of this principle is the use of sonic vibrations (like what is used in the generation of sonograms) to heal soft-tissue injuries. This is now a common occurrence in vocational rehabilitation.

Frequency healing, as it is called, has been studied intensely and broken down Hz by Hz. Every frequency “range” has a specific, non-random effect. For instance, 1.0 Hz impacts the pituitary, stimulating the production of growth hormones, while 111 Hz will increase beta endorphins and stimulate cell regeneration.

For some people, music (whether that is the strain of a violin or the crash of the ocean’s waves) is as vital and necessary as breathing. 1 woman’s chronic nausea from cancer treatment was only alleviated when she listened to classical music.

Yet another client who recently lost her son claims she can only get through her day by playing old records of Peter Pan, which she used to play for him.

We feel music in our hearts just as we hear words in our cells: Who hasn’t felt the electricity of driving down the road at a normal clip only to find himself cruising at 85 mph when the Allman Brothers came on the radio or felt hopeful and young when she heard the words to an old song that reminded her of that perfect summer and her first boyfriend?

We all seem to instinctively know and respect their impacts on us. We know it in our bones, in the beating of our hearts, and in the tapping of our feet. And if the research is correct, we know it far before we even have the words to say so.

Tune in Friday the 29th of Jan at 11pm Eastern - 8 pm Pacific ... to find out More!

 

 

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