Sound as a tool for healing is not a new phenomenon, sound healing has been utilised in various cultures from the West to the East for thousands of years. Modern day research into the benefits of sound healing continues to grow in the field of complimentary medicine, scientists have found strong evidence that certain sounds or resonance can reduce stress, create a deep sense of well-being and even promote healing.
Most people have experienced how sound can produce positive or negative emotions, induce physical sensations such as goosebumps, help to recall memories or even help to concentrate. Sound is a powerful medium and tool that can can affect our physcial and energetic / innate body, it affects us all the way to the cellular level and quantum level of our cells. Everything around us produces sounds even though some may be in-audible to the human ear, thus everything around also affects us.
The point of sound healing and the various techniques all have the same intention - return to a state of balance at all levels of being. Aside from natural vibrations, such as the sounds of nature or pure tones. Other sound healing therapies may include the use of mantras, singing, voice affirmations, voice toning, tuning forks, singing bowls, binaural beats, solfelgio tones, music therapy and many others.
Your intention to allow the balancing to take place is important, so is the awareness that every vibration affects you. Be conscious of how different sounds affect you, does it induce a state of happiness and peace? Or does it put you on edge and lowers your energy? Once you appreciate the power of sounds and its effect on your well-being, surround yourself with tones and vibrations that create positive responses in you and your environment.