This month we have been exploring the topic of listening as it relates to Sound Healing. Hearing is a complicated topic as it crosses the bounds of many different scientific specialties: Audiology, Neurobiology, Neurology, psychology and more. One of the most simple and straight forward explanations of how we hear is offered by Baird Hersey
Sounds of Healing by Mitchell Gaynor Must read book for all people interested in Sonic healing practices. An excellent literature review and synopsis of available research at the time of its publication, it becomes a spring board for sonic healing practitioners to find empirical evidence which backs their practice. For left brain thinkers, such as
In Sound we are born, in sound we are healed – Mehtab Benton Follow me
In Jonathan Goldman’s book, The 7 Secrets of Sound Healing, the author tries to describe what it would take to be a true expert of sound. He maintains that in order to fully comprehend sound and its many benefits as a healing tool, one would need to be proficient in all of the following professions:
Our bodies are comprised of 60% water. Consider this fact while you watch this video on the effect of music on water.
Throughout written History, Music has been part of humanity. The earliest known written documents reference the power of sound and throughout history, regardless of culture, music has been featured with prominence. History is also full of power-hungry leaders whom sought to control and conquer everything as far as the eye could see. Some would say