Sound Therapy

About Me

I have studied the ancient art of Sound therapy with the Master Sound Healer Shree Krishna Shahi in Nepal. He is a 3rd generation official Sound Healer, there are books written about him and his trade. His grandfather Tibetan Tashi Lama was a Shaman from the Nawars tribe famous for ceremonial healing  whose secrets passed on from father to son for many generations. With many mysteries of the singing bowls we have 7 bowls each hand crafted with 7 metals and each linking to a chakra vibration.

Introduction

The sound healing or sound therapy is an ancient Tibetan method which has been used to heal for thousands of years. Music or sound has the ability to affect our mood and it is believed that it can be used in healing the human naturally. Everything in nature vibrates at a certain resonant frequency and is in harmony with everything in the universe like instruments in an orchestra. When an organ, bone or cell  is sick the vibration is changed and is no longer in harmony hence causing dis-ease therefore rhythmic entrainment in music therapy can help organize thought patterns, speech development, and motor planning issues and help the organ get back in tune with its original natural vibration.

The History

Music has a history of being used for promoting physical and emotional wellbeing since the beginning of recorded history. The Tibetan Monks used the singing bowls to create the sound and vibration combined with intention. The Ancient Egyptians used vowel sound chants in healing because they believed vowels were sacred. Aboriginees in Australia used sacred instruments like the digereedoo for healing. When native americans were called upon to heal tribe members they would fast in order to receive a song in a dream or vision instructing them how to carry out the treatment.

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