Sound therapy for healing

We respond to it sound as early as 5 months in our mother’s bellies. Most likely, we’ve all weeped or rejoiced to the voices and instruments of our favorite artists, but what many don’t know is the powerful healing property of sound vibrations.

Sound healing is an ancient meditative practice that uses different musical implements to create healing vibrations around the body in a meditative state. Singing Bowl Therapists, for example, use Quartz crystal bowls and Gongs tuned at strategic frequencies for healing different parts of the body and mind.

This method of sound healing is ancient and sacred in Tibet, where it was first used around the 12th century for meditation and rituals. Other types of Sound Therapy, like vibro-acoustic, guided meditation and neurological music therapy combine frequency and mindfulness therapy to treat conditions like anxiety and depression.