16 Aug 2013 6 Comments
by Sue Dreamwalker in Crystals, Friday Facts, Health and wellness, Music Tags: Crystal Healing, Deepak Chopra, Drumming, Frequency, Gong Bath, Healing Music, Solfeffio Frequencies, Sound, Tuning Forks, Vibration.
Have you ever wondered why we so enjoy Music? and why various styles seem to either lift our mood or sooth our spirits?or some grater on our nerve endings!
Sound Healing comes in various forms, I have personally received healing from various sources. Crystal Singing Bowls, Tuning Forks and the Mighty Gongs. The Gong Bath in particular shifted something within my being as I physically felt something leave my aura to be replaced with a new found peace within.
Sound Healing isn’t new, and if you research back to ancient times many ceremonies were done through sound.
I know in the 90’s when I was going through my own major self healing after listening to some tapes by Deepak Chopra called Magical Mind Magical Body In which he speaks about our vowel sounds, I remember driving to work, and on occasion still do chant out Very Loudly the vowel sounds in a chant, each vowel holds its own frequency… Chanting brings an awareness of our own voice, as we express outwards our feelings, and there are some interesting theories as how certain frequencies are powerfully connected to our body. This includes the frequency of 528hz,referred to as ancient solfeggio frequencies which has been researched for its proposed ability to heal and resonate with human DNA I did my own research on the net, and came across this site and post here called ( Forgotten in Time: The Ancient Solfeggio Frequencies )
Interestingly too the Author of this post went on to explain How Deepak Chopra was a big inspiration and listened to the same tapes I did where Deepak Chopra explained saying “ "Quantum physics has found that there is no empty space in the human cell, but it is a teeming, electric-magnetic field of possibility or potential.” this made me smile as it seemed as synchronicities seemed to be playing their roll.
Within that same article the author went on to say- how music makes waves which produces shapes and patterns and quoted a passage from a book by the first to make that connection who was a German scientist, Ernst Chladni who in 1787, detailed his findings in his book "Discoveries Concerning the Theory of Music." These patterns and figures are called Chladni figures . Each note has a corresponding pattern or vibration.
My own tool is the Drum, And if we look back through time we see how the Drum beat has been used not only in rituals but also within our military as we march to its beat!. The Drum is very powerful and many join within Drumming circles, You can find out how to call Healing within a Drumming Circle from an article in the magazine Sacred Hoop of 2003 in an article called Healing Power of the Drum Circle
Sound Healing works, because we are all vibration, we all resonate with our own frequencies, for those wishing to learn more the links are below and of course there are many many articles covering this subject upon the web..
For those who have not much time I will leave you with this one note of vibration from a Singing bowl.. if you go to the YouTube site you will find more about this One note and how it heals…
And for those who have 5 minutes to spare this Om Meditation.
Have a Wonderful Weekend, and I will visit and catch up with you as soon as I am able..
Thanks to Sue at: http://suedreamwalker.wordpress.com