Sound and Music Therapy

Sound and music therapy have the ability to bring relief when you’re facing any multitude of ailments, illnesses, or diseases.

We encourage you to seek help through these exciting therapeutic methods if you’re facing issues such as:

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  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Heightened states of stress
  • Asthma
  • Digestive issues, such as Irritable Bowel Syndrome
  • Emphysema/COPD
  • Insomnia
  • Chronic pain
  • Allergies
  • Nausea
  • High blood pressure
  • Chest pain
  • Headaches
  • Dizziness
  • Stomach pain

What may surprise you is that your physical issues may actually come from emotional issues usually caused from stress. In our modern day world, stress has become all too common for too many people.

Sound and music therapy can directly help reduce your stress, increase your state of relaxation and help you feel more “clear” about your life.

The difference between these two therapy types is that while music therapy uses the rhythm and melody of music to create change emotionally and physically, sound healing is more rooted in the fact that everything, including your organs, tissues, and bones, vibrate at specific frequencies.

When you or a loved one experience emotional or physical pain, there has been a disruption within the cells of your body. Using music/sound, we can help the brain heal those frequencies so your body/emotional state can once again operate in a positive manner.

The Ancients Used Sound/Music Therapy

Going back as far as the ancient Egyptians, sound has been used for healing. As well, the Ancient Gregorian Chants used what we call the Solfeggio Frequencies, which were said to be lost until Dr. Joseph Puleo helped humanity “re-discover” them.

Puleo co-wrote a book called “Healing Codes for the Biological Apocalypse” with Dr. Len Horowitz, where they explore the healing qualities of these frequencies.

Stunningly, the 3rd Solfeggio frequency, resonating at 528 Hz, is the same frequency used to heal broken DNA by genetic biochemists.

Horowitz has said that one of the sun’s main frequency outputs is at 528 Hz. As well, he says that the process of photosynthesis in plants results in this frequency being found in oxygen, the very life source for human beings.

This helps us understand why music and sound can provide healing and relief to so many issues facing humans today. Everything, and even Albert Einstein was vocal about this fact, vibrates at a certain frequency that creates our human awareness of what we see and feel in our physical world.

So, when we say that one of our body organs is “sick” or our mental state is “stressed”, it makes sense that music and sound can help when you understand that “re-tuning” ourselves to a healthy frequency is a key factor in healing.

Benefits of Sound and Music Therapy

When music therapists work with patients, the process involves listening to music, creating songs, or simply playing music. Sound therapy works to bring cells that have lost healthy communication between other cells in the body back into tune from a vibrational standpoint.

So, what are the benefits to all this?

The benefits are many. Since these types of therapy help reduce stress and aid relaxation, anything stemming from stress can be helped.

This means that many “unexplained” conditions suffered today, such as vague stomach pain, headaches, nausea, general anxiety, chronic pain…many times all due to increased levels of stress…can be reduced and removed through the healing power of sound and music.

Going further, relieving states of depression has been found to be a benefit. Music therapy has gone a long way in helping children with autism. Sound therapy is helping folks dealing with the stress of cancer and radiation treatments to experience less vomiting and nausea.

When you dig deep into sound and music therapy, the benefits to our health become apparent and quite exciting. If you’d like to learn more about how these therapies can help you and your family, we encourage you to fill out the form below so we can send you further details.

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