If we accept that sound is vibration and we know that vibration touches every part of our physical being, then we understand that sound is heard not only through our ears but through every cell in our bodies.
The sensation of sound is one of our most primal senses, and is therefore very deeply embedded in the brain. The brains sense of hearing is the first sense to be developed and the last sense to lose in death.
The therapeutic effects of sound and music are natural and an innate part of our being. From a mothers first song to her unborn baby to the therapeutic effects of a good cry, to the eerie spine tingling sensation of fingernails scratched over a blackboard, sound affects our physical and psychological state automatically.
- Affects all cells in your body.
- Balances both hemispheres of the brain.
- Changes our old patterns of behaviour, habits and way of thinking that no longer serve us and are harmful to our health.
- Cleanses negative energy and emotions.
- Connecting with your higher self.
- Deep relaxation.
- Helps to recover after illness, traumas and invasive medical treatments.
- Helps to cope with life’s challenges.
- Improves sleep.
- Reduces stress
- Increases vital energy flow, creativity, intuition and motivation.
- Makes positive changes to our whole being.
- Removes blockages and toxins.
- Soothes, purify and harmonise your emotions and feelings.
- Stimulates circulation.
- Stimulates endocrine glands and regulates hormonal functioning.
- Strengthens immune system.