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Sound Frequency Healing: An Important Therapy For Anxiety & Other Health Issues

Updated: Jan 13



The Wave of the Future & the Past

It may seem like a new healing modality, but ancient cultures have used sound frequencies correlating to a musical note in one form or another as sound therapy for centuries. The gong in China, the didgeridoo in Australia, the drumming of the indigenous people, playing classical music, and chanting, and singing bowls of Tibet and India are believed to heal the body at its deepest level. It can promote relaxation, clearer thinking, and even help with many other health conditions. In a published observational study of singing bowls and their impact on health, it was determined that there was a significant beneficial effect of Tibetan singing bowl meditations on mood, well-being, and physical pain.


More recently, tuning forks are being used by holistic practitioners and energy healers as a healing tool to help balance emotions, restore harmony in the body, balance our energy chakras, and harmonize our energy system for more profound healing. Tuning Forks are struck gently but firmly against the palm of the hand or rubber mallet. As the prongs vibrate, they are brought close to the area of the body or within the energy field of the person who needs healing. Sound frequencies are also believed to have many spiritual benefits to reaching a higher state of consciousness; used during energy healing, acupucture sessions, yoga, massage, and meditation sessions.


"Music Soothes the Savage Soul." - William Congreeve -  17th Century

One popular set of frequencies used in sound therapy is Solfeggio frequencies, which are believed to have profound healing effects on the body and the mind. These frequencies have been scientifically studied. In the Jul/Aug edition of Explore Journal, they published an article studying music tuned to 432 Hz and determined that it slowed a person's heart rate dramatically and induced a feeling of calm. The frequency 396 Hz is used to address anxiety, fear, doubt, and guilt. Music tuned to 528 Hz lowered the body's autonomic nervous system and stress hormones. An article published in the Journal of Addiction reported that this frequency also reduced the toxic effects of alcohol and increased cell life by approximately twenty percent.


Other Important Mental Health Frequencies:


  • 230 Hz  – ADD - ADHD, Mental Clarity and Calmness

  • 432 Hz – Improves Concentration and Focus

  • 639 Hz – Balances Emotions and Boosts Mood. Promotes Communication & Love

  • 741 Hz – Improves Problem-Solving AbilIty. Improves Self-Expression & Creativity.

  • 852 Hz – Helps Replace Negative Thoughts with More Helpful Ones 


How Does This Work?

We are all made up of energy, after all. Some refer to it as a person's biofield. It has been believed that each of us has an energetic field surrounding us. Therefore, it is believed that the frequencies of the instruments are directly interacting with our energy field, having a vibrational attuning of the field.


Sounds are comprised of vibrations, and all living organisms have their own vibrational rate. At an atomic level, our vibrations affect each other significantly. The right sounds and combination of sounds can stimulate the body and retune our emotions, leading to calmness, productivity, and better overall health. When we speak about brain health, we recognize that the brain responds to different sounds and vibrations. Studies show that our brain patterns often change to match the vibrations. Sounds like those resonating from the Tibetan singing bowls promote calm. It has been shown that it affects the delta brainwaves associated with deep relaxation.


Effects of Sound Therapy On Our DNA

In 1988, biochemist Dr. Glen Rein tested the immense impact of different musical notes and frequencies on human DNA. He studied chanting, classical, and rock music by measuring the UV light absorption rate. His results were fascinating and caused me to think about the type of music I should listen to when I want to relax and calm myself. The classical chants increased light absorption, feeding our DNA, while rock music reduced it, harming our DNA. All of Rein's research supported the theories that music therapy does produce healthful effects on the mind and body, both good and bad.


Side Note: I find it interesting my extremely intuitive daughter started learning classical music on the piano around the time she became sick with an autoimmune issue and PANS.  Perhaps she knew more than I did at the time.


A Beautiful Therapy From the Privacy of Your Own Home

As one can see, sound healing may be a missing link to a more profound recovery. If you are like me, my time and resources are limited. My child's countless specialists and practitioners have reached a tipping point. Sound healing sounded terrific, but how could I support one more therapy? It became more manageable after a friend introduced the WavWatch to me. I was so happy to see that the sound healing tool I purchased contained these nine Solfeggio frequencies and about nine-hundred and ninty-nine others, including frequencies for everything from Anxiety, OCD, ADHD, asthma, Chronic Fatigue, COVID to more chronic diseases like ALS, Autism and Alzheimer's. Click here to see the complete list of health conditions it aims to address. For more information and testimonials, check out the many videos on YouTube. If you want to purchase a WavWatch, I acquired a coupon code HWH100 you can use at checkout for $100 off.


 

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