How often do you listened to music, talk radio, white noise, binaural beats, or any other form of audio?
For many centuries we have had a unique relationship with sound. Music is found in every known culture around the world, past and present, and it varies widely between times and places. All people of the world, including the most isolated tribal groups, have some form of music. Music is the act of turning certain sounds from various sources that vibrate the air around us and randomly hit your eardrums which stimulates specific neural activity in a way that effects a change in mood, focus, and even emotion. Some of the first forms of music may have been invented in Africa, then evolved and migrated as we humans did throughout the planet.
Sound Healing frequencies
Sound has a healing frequency and it is often reached threw something called Sound therapy which refers to a range of therapies in which sound is used to treat physical and mental conditions of all kinds. How is this possible and why haven't most people heard of it? Sound therapy research isn't often something that many people take the time to research themselves but maybe they should. The history of sound therapy is extensive if you take a look. Many medical institutions and several universities have taken a deeper look at sound therapy research and have found many benefits of sound therapy.
Sound therapy healing frequencies come in many forms and one of these therapies is music therapy, which can involve a person listening to music for conditions such as stress, anxiety, pain and muscle tension just to name a few. Everything in life is vibration, this is not an opinion but I fact of nature and science.
Music is only one component of sound therapy. Many others use sound wave vibrations to treat physical and mental conditions. As stated above, this therapy is based on the fact that all of life vibrates, including people's bodies. When your healthy resonant frequency is out of balance, physical and emotional health is affected.
Treatment by sound waves is believed to restore that healthy balance to the body. Healing is done by transmitting beneficial sound to the affected area. The healing sound may be produced by a voice or an instrument such as electronic equipment, chanting bowls, or tuning forks.
Don't believe me...Check out this TEDx Talk with Anthony Holland: Associate Professor, Director of Music Technology, Skidmore College. DMA, MM, MM, BM. He is the President: Novobiotronics Inc. [a nonprofit 501(c)(3) charitable and educational company]. Discovered the ability of Oscillating Pulsed Electric Fields (OPEF) to destroy cancer cells and MRSA in laboratory experiments.
Why do we consider this technology new when indigenous societies around the world have traditionally used sound in healing ceremonies, including drumming, hand-clapping, singing, dancing, and pulsating. Without even knowing this activity has long been connected to healing and religion, and sounds of nature. Does sound therapy work with other diseases and ailments like Multiple Sclerosis, Graves Disease, Fibromyalgia, or even something as simple as the pain associated with a severe tooth ache which I have personally tested myself. One recent brain-imaging study found that spine-tingling music "lights up" the same parts of the brain that are stimulated by food, sex, and certain types of drugs.
A YouTube Channel called Karmic Beats provides binaural beats, isochronic beats, solfeggio frequencies, meditations and meditation advice, free of charge to all who choose to benefit. Knowing that different beats and frequencies help achieve different states of consciousness and have different energetic properties and effects on the body especially when done in conjunction with meditation they have created a video library of the sound frequencies for every thing from PTSD, Anxiety, Sciatica, Multiple Sclerosis, Vertigo, Pain Management and much much more. Binaural and isochronic beats work through a process called brainwave entrainment. The sound waves help with meditation to entrain brainwaves to certain frequencies for the benefit of healing through sound wave therapy. When I was first diagnosised with Multiple Sclerosis my neurologist recommended mindfulness meditation to reduced my stress and I have to say, this along with with brain wave entrainment using sound frequency really helped me and along with my prescribed treatment plan one year later I am doing absolutely amazing and getting better and better with each passing day. So talk to your doctor, check out Karmic Beats on YouTube, review there comments and reviews under each video and see for yourself if a regular schedule of brain wave entrainment through sound wave therapy along with your treatment plan helps you, you maybe pleasantly surprised.