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Sound Healing FAQ

What is Sound?

Sound is defined as vibrations that travel through the air or another medium as an audible mechanical wave. It is produced from a vibrating body. The vibrating body causes the medium (water, air, etc.) around it to vibrate thus producing sound.

In normal words, Sound is a vibration that goes through our Body

How can we use sound to help us heal and rejuvenate?

Sound creates a soothing effect throughout the entire body. When different sound vibrations and frequencies are created, it impacts the body and its meridians helping you promote deep relaxation, induce total relaxation, release emotional trauma, and relieve stress and anxiety.

What do Crystal Singing Bowls do?

Besides their traditional use for meditation, both Crystal Singing bowls and Tibetan singing bowls are used for deep relaxation and muscle regeneration. They can help to relieve pain in the joints, muscles and shoulders, to ease pain related to sciatica, the digestive system, headaches and migraine or spine injuries, to improve circulation and release tensions.

What do Gongs do?

The sound of a gong helps the brain reach deep relaxation – specifically the delta and theta brain wave states, which are the slowest brain waves in humans. We can reach these states during daydreaming or deep sleep, and they are known to aid relaxation, creativity and natural healing

What does Sound healing do and what are the benefits?

Sound healing has been practised for thousands of years to realign the body's vibration, improve mental health issues and emotional wellbeing. Back in the olden days it was even used to remove evil spirits (chanting). 

It was incredibly popular in Ancient Greece and was used to treat or even cure mental disorders.

If you are not a believer of magical healing powers of sound just think about your favourite song or musical track and how it immediately improves your mood. 

Different sounds improve your physical health and emotional wellbeing.

Music therapy is often practised with a healing practitioner and can take multiple forms, from guided meditations to dance to sound baths. Using the various aspects of sound to focus on your physical or mental health.

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