Studies Confirm “Sound Therapy” Heals Arthritis, Cancer, Tinnitus, Autoimmune Disease and More

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Picture of Sound TherapyBy JB Bardot, author of JBBardot.com

Sound healing is the practice of using audio tones and vibrational frequencies to repair damaged tissue and cells within the body. It works on the basis that all matter is vibrating at specific frequencies, and sickness, disease, depression and stress causes human beings to vibrate at a lower frequency. Playing tones that promote healing, happiness and vitality will allow DNA strands to repair themselves, and several scientific studies have been conducted on the potential healing benefits of audio sound frequencies.

Sound has been used as a healing tool for centuries, and is still regularly utilized by many different alternative healthcare centers. Tibetan singing bowels, tuning forks, drumming therapy, and even chanting are all used in sound therapy and many participants experience strong emotions during therapy sessions. Advocates of sound healing claim that it has the power to heal mental illness, arthritis, autoimmune disorders and can even shrink cancerous tumors. Learn about the different forms of sound healing and examine the evidence that supports its use as an alternative medical practice.

Dr Emoto’s Messages from Water

Dr Masaru Emoto is a Japanese researcher at the Yokohama Municipal University who stunned the world with the release of his book, Messages from Water. Dr Emoto designed an experiment to test the effect of spoken words and music on water molecules. He placed several bottles of purified water next to each other and exposed each bottle to different spoken words, music or pictures.

The words ranged from ‘I love you’ to ‘you make me sick’, and Dr Emoto experimented with different forms of music such as heavy metal and Mozart. The water was then frozen and Dr Emoto used a very powerful microscope to take high-speed photographs of the newly formed water crystals. The results were astonishing, and all of the samples that had been exposed to positive words and relaxing music formed beautifully intricate patterns and symmetrical, geometric shapes.

By contrast, the samples that were exposed to heavy metal music and angry words were distorted and disharmonious. Dr Emoto claims that the results show that water is directly affected by outside influences such as sound, vibration, and frequency, and as human beings are 70% water, our health and wellbeing are also affected by these stimuli.

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Category: Energy & Holistic Healing, Sound & Acoustic Technology

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  1. William says:

    Sound can have positive and negative impacts. These days we have so many stimuli of sounds from traffic, music (mostly bad taste) in shopping centra and metro,… There should be more studies about the negative impact on our stress, emotions, and health. People seems to a-void pure sound or silence. Although pure single frequencies can have healing effects. A study was done on http://wikiwel.com/wikihealing//index.php?title=Sound_Therapy.
    Mostly simple sounds seems to work the best. Popular music can makes us restless but possibly they use it to let us consume more.