Category: Listening

Biological Benefits of Ryhthm‚Äč

The use of rhythm as a healing tool is not a new concept. In fact, it is one that has been around for as long as we can tell. Cutting-edge research in psychoneuroimmunology and mind-body medicine now shows us that rhythm can also enhance our immune system at the cellular level. In 2000, Dr Barry

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Deciphering Vocal Quality

Voice Characteristics Body functions to consider Lacklustre, descending pitch, narrow tone lacking expression Physical and Mental Exhaustion Sad- Sounding Habitually on the verge of tears Respiratory issues (Lung, throat, nose) Angry sounding- no apparent cause Liver, gall bladder, spleen Fearful, anxious, trembling, hesitant Bladder, urinary problems Thick tone, slow, drowsy ariculation Migraine, nausea Exaggerated sing

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What’s in a Name?

A name is a specific sound that identifies and distinguishes us from one another. Our given or first name has a vibrational effect on us because we hear it repeatedly. It causes us to stop and look, or listen more intently. It is our calling sign. In his book, Sound Medicine, Wayne Perry reminds us

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