Sound frequency healing is a process of sending frequency signals into the body and helping the tissues, organs and cells come into alignment with the vibration patterns of “health”.
There are specific patterns of vibration that translate into a healthy cellular structure and those that translate into unhealthy cells.
A lower sound tone will vibrate more slowly than a higher tone, and so we say the lower sound has a lower frequency. We use hertz (Hz) as the measurement for these vibrations.
The term “frequency” refers to how many cycles/second a sound wave will vibrate and 1 hertz refers to one cycle of vibration.
Infrasonic frequencies are those coming in under 20 Hz, while ultrasonic are those resonating at 20,000 Hz or more. The range in between, 20-20,000 Hz, is the range we can hear as humans.
The field of Vibroacoustic therapy combines musical vibrations with low frequency pulse tones in order to accomplish sound frequency healing through the promotion of symptom relief, stress relief and overall relaxation.
Vibro means “to vibrate” and Acoustic means “to hear” and Vibroacoustic therapy involves a process where music and sound are both heard audibly and felt physically.
The reason this type of sound frequency healing is effective is because it comes from an understanding of how disease and various physical ailments are a direct result of a disturbed cellular structure, where cells lose their ability to properly communicate with one another.
The most common cause of this cellular structure disturbance is stress. Since Vibroacoustic therapy relieves mental and emotional stress, this allows for physical healing as the cells are relaxed and encouraged to vibrate once again at their healthy frequency.
Norwegian therapist and teacher, Olav Skille, developed Vibroacoustic therapy and defined specific frequency ranges with therapeutic qualities.
In over 40,000 hours of studies, he identified the range of 30 Hz to 120 Hz to be therapeutic. The range that has the most benefit is 40 Hz to 80 Hz.
Specific ailments that Skille identified to be helped through the use of these frequencies are migraines, cerebral palsy, muscle cramps, autism, Parkinson’s Disease, insomnia, constipation, asthma, cystic fibrosis, and many others.
The larger frequency range of 60 Hz to 600 Hz was found to provide pain relief by the director of Education and Research of the University of North Texas’ Center for Music and Medicine, Kris Chesky.
Chesky discovered that these frequencies help the Pacinian corpuscles to become stimulated. These are bulb-like nerve endings in our skin that help control pressure, itching, and pain sensations.
He also found the range of 60 Hz to 300 Hz to be optimum for pain reduction.
Another researcher, Petri Lehikoinen, from Helsinki University, developed a method of physioacoustic therapy where the frequency range of 27 Hz to 113 Hz is used.
We mentioned previously the need to reduce stress and bring about relaxation as the key to sound therapy success. A deep state of relaxation, called the relaxation response, is the best way to describe the experience of Vibroacoustic therapy.
The founder of Mind / Body Medical Institute at the Deaconess Hospital in Boston, Harvard professor Herbert Benson, came up with this “relaxation response” term. He says there are many long-term health benefits that come from this relaxation “state” of lower breathing, metabolic, and heart rates, as well as decreased blood pressure.
Cancer has been found to be helped through the relaxation response brought on by Vibroacoustics. In one study on chemotherapy patients, performed by Boyd-Brewer and Cope, they observed 27 patients as they went through 41 thirty to forty minute sessions of Vibroacoustic therapy.
Their findings revealed reduction of patient reported symptoms of 61%.
We must make mention that although Vibroacoustics is a newer study of sound therapy, this is, in all actuality an ancient technology.
The Solfeggio Frequencies go back thousands of years and reveal an ancient knowledge of healing our DNA.
As well, much of the power of Vibroacoustic therapy lies in the fact that our bodies are made mostly of water and the process works to provide an “internal” massage to areas of the body most traditional methods just can’t reach, such as your heart, glands, nerves, lungs, brain tissue, deep-lying blood vessels, etc.
These are all surrounded by water and the music and sound frequency healing of Vibroacoustics is the direct result of surrounding the entire body in vibration.
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