In sound healing, we use sound vibration to enhance wellbeing in a multidimensional way. Sound activates the wondering vagus nerve, which starts behind the ears and travels through all our organs. When the vagus nerve is activated, it stimulates the parasympathetic nervous system, which takes us out from the fight or flight response by balancing our heart rate and enhancing relaxation. When our body is relaxed it is easier for the mind to relax as well.
Our body contains about 70% liquid. We listen to the sounds with practically our entire body, since the sounds vibrate the liquids inside us at the molecular and cellular level. Studies have shown that sound and music may lower stress-related hormones and increase natural opiates such as endorphins. Furthermore, sound may decrease physical pain, anxiety, stress and sleeping disorder as well as increase mental focus and creativity.
Some clients describe that sound healing sessions are like being in a lucid dream state, where the body is completely relaxed and you are still aware of the surroundings. The effects last for few days and there are practices that can elongate the results. You can find some of these practices here.
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This document was last updated on November 12, 2013×