The Therapeutic Effects of Sound Healing

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Sound Healing Therapy is used in many forms — voice, chimes, harps, wind harps, drums, gongs, tuning forks, quartz crystal bowls, and nature sounds such as running water and the power of the ocean. All these sounds have great vibratory effect on our cellular and neurological systems via our chakras, emotions and endorphins. Just as standing behind a gong that is being played resonates throughout the entire body, so listening to a wind harp can take over the entire mind. The symphonies of Hayden and Mozart have helped and cured people who suffer with tinnitus or ringing of the ears. Listening to Mozart helps reduce stress and clear the mind. It has been said that it aids in developing the mind.

Masuru Emoto of Japan demonstrated that water molecules are actually affected by sound and our intention — our thoughts and feelings, the energy behind the sounds we create.

Emoto found that clean water looks like a snowflake—very geometric. Polluted water looks like mud. After a priest has chanted over this polluted water, it is photographed again; this time, the water looks like a snowflake.

Jonathan Goldman
In his groundbreaking work, The Lost Chord, sound-healing pioneer Jonathan Goldman shares his incredible discovery of a universal sound which, when intoned, can bring harmony and healing to ourselves and the planet. This name, encoded within our DNA, is the personal name of God, once found in the religious texts that link over half the world’s population. Prohibited and then lost for nearly 2,500 years, The Divine Name is available once again, with the ability to resonate both the physical body and the subtle energy fields of anyone –irrespective of religion, tradition, or belief.

Zhi Neng Qi Gong
A currently-available YouTube shows Zhi Neng Qi Gong healers working with energy and sound to de-manifest a bladder tumor in 90 seconds. Via ultrasound, the tumor can be seen collapsing into cloudy slush. There is no question that sound can alter molecular structure. In the 1960s, medical doctor Hans Jenny conducted experiments revealing that sound actually creates form in various substances such as plastics, liquids and water. He would place these substances on a steel plate and then, using a crystal oscillator, vibrate these plates with sound. The various substances took on organic-looking shapes—they look like microscopic organisms or underwater life. Quite astounding. He called this work Cymatics.

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