Using Sound to Assist in Healing


What are sound vibrations?  Everything that moves vibrates, making sound, whether we hear it with our ears or perceive it through the cells in our body.  All matter is also energy, and is constantly changing shape and form.  Each form has its own frequency.  By changing the vibratory rate, the structure of matter can be changed (the science of cymatics).   When our bodies are healthy, they vibrate in harmony.  If an area becomes diseased, its vibratory rate changes to a discordant pattern.  Sound vibrations gently encourage the body to restore the natural balance of perfect harmony through a principle called sympathetic resonance.  When two objects are vibrating in the same vicinity (i.e. a Tibetan singing bowl and your body) the body tries to match the vibration of perfection, harmony and balance that the bowl emits when played, and the body’s brainwaves match or “entrain” to the bowl’s vibration.  Sound vibrations are conducted especially well through water, and our bodies are made of a high percentage of water.  As we receive these vibrations, the body’s immune, endocrine, circulatory, respiratory, and metabolic systems are positively affected by the vibrations.

If we add intention, the process is further enhanced.  When Deb Jennings plays these instruments, the vibrations you hear are created with an intention of oneness, unconditional love, gratitude, and healing.

Receiving the vibrational sounds of Tibetan and crystal singing bowls, gongs, and other instruments help the body achieve a very deep state of relaxation, allowing one’s inner healer to do its best work.   Resulting benefits include:  decreased stress and anxiety, improved coping abilities, decreased pain levels, decreased respiratory and heart rate, increased self-awareness, improved creativity, and expanded consciousness.