The sound frequencies produces by the Tibetan bowls, tuning forks, hand-pan drums, and other instruments used by holistic practitioners, help to slow down brain waves to a deeply restorative state, which activates the body's system of self-healing. Everything has a vibrational frequency, this ancient technique uses tonal frequencies to bring the body into a state of vibrational balance and clear energetic blockage that creates harmony.
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Research suggests that sound and vibrations are powerful tools to reduce pain, anxiety, and more...

Sound Healing works through entrainment, which is a law of physics. Entrainment occurs when two or more oscillating bodies lock into phase so that they vibrate in harmony with one another. Frequency Following Response or FFR is used in sound healing to stimulate special brainwave frequencies that are associated with positive well-being.

Sound-based vibration treatment has been shown to help people with pain from arthritis, menstrual pain, postoperative pain, knee replacement pain. Sound-based treatment has even been found to improve mobility, reduce muscle pain and stiffness, increase blood circulation, and lower blood pressure. Another theory on the benefits of sound rests on the concept of “binaural beats” or “brain entrainment” which hypothesizes that listening to certain frequencies can synchronize and change one's brainwaves. Electrical activity in the brain is displayed in the form of brainwaves, or rhythmic, repetitive frequencies. These rhythms can be measured using a device called electroencephalogram (EEG). There are four categories of brainwaves, which range from frequencies that occur during the most activity (beta) to the least activity (delta). Different states of alertness and consciousness in different parts of the brain generate varying frequencies of brainwaves. Beta waves are the fastest type of brainwave and occur when the brain is active and engaged mentally. Alpha waves occur when the brain is in a state of non-arousal, such as when a person has finished a task and is resting or when one meditates. Theta brainwaves are associated with daydreaming and rapid eye movement (REM) dreaming phase of sleep. Theta brainwaves occur when you are in a state like driving on the freeway or are running for a long time. This kind of state often is associated with times when ideas and creativity flow. Delta brainwaves are the slowest and associated with deep dreamless sleep. The premise of binaural beats is that the brain synchronizes its brainwave frequency to the difference in hertz between tones played in each ear, which, depending on the frequency, can lead one to states of deep relaxation associated with beta waves or meditative trance-like theta waves. Researchers are still trying to determine the mechanism of the healing benefits of sound, but sound in the form of vibrational therapy or meditation offers potential therapeutic benefits with low to minimal side effects.

“Since the human body is over seventy percent water and since sound travels five times more efficiently through water than through air, sound frequency stimulation directly into the body is a highly efficient means for total body stimulation, especially at the cellular level. Direct stimulation of living cellular tissue using sound frequency vibration has shown marked cellular metabolism and therefore a possible mobilization of a cellular healing response”. Jeffrey Thompson, Director of the Centre for Neuro-acoustic Research, California Institute for Human Science.

"The words themselves actually emit a unique vibration that the water is sensing. When water is shown a written word, it receives it as vibration, and expresses the message in a specific form, like a visual code for expressing words." Masaru Emoto