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Quotes from Vibrational Medicine on Sound Healing

According to Dr. Richard Gerber's Vibrational Medicine book, Sound therapy is one of the prototypical vibrational healing modalities. Sound produces measurable vibratory feelings throughout the body, depending upon the frequency and amplitude of the sound used. There have been a wide variety of sound healing developments over the last ten to twenty years. Certain sounds most likely have a healing influence upon the body because they influence the geometric patterns and organization of cells and living systems.

As a Traditional Chinese medical (TCM) practitioner, the following excerpt from the Vibrational Medicine book talks about the use of sound healing in Chinese medicine, The concept of a specific frequency of sound associated with each part of the seven chakras is not new. Various East Indian yoga teachings ascribe particular notes of music to each of the seven chakras. Another ancient system associating musical notes with subtle-energy sytems of the body is the five Element Theory of acupuncture and Chinese medicine. The Chinese model views Earth and the human body in terms of the five elements of creation, which are fire, earth, metal, water, and wood. Each of the five elements is associated with particular acupuncture meridians and organ systems that energetically interact within the body according to the Law of the Five Elements and its cycles of energy flow. In addition to each element being linked to a particular organ system, it also has a particular musical note associated with it. The five musical notes of the Five Element System comprise of a pentatonic scale that has been used in China as a basis of musical composition and improvisation. Melodies with emphasis on particular elemental notes have been developed in China to stimulate healing of the various organ systems of the body.

Intricate musical tone studies done by the Shanghai Chinese Traditional Orchestra resulted in a series of six tapes, collectively known as Yi Ching Music for health. Yi Ching music is actually a healing music based on the Five Element Theory of Chinese medicine. These are particular songs or musical compositions associated with each of the five elements. To use the healing compositions for a praticular illness, one would analyze the illness in terms of classical Chinese medicine. For instance, in Five Element Theory, the liver meridian and organ are associated with the element wood. To assist in healing an individual who has a liver disease, such as hepatitis, you would utilize "Wood Music" to help balance the element wood in the body. The wood music may stimulate balanced flow of energy in the liver meridians that feed nutritional Qi (energy) to the liver organ.

Healing with musical compositions based on the energy systems of ancient Chinese medicine is one of the many varied approaches to healing with sound. It is a unique example of ancient healing principles merging with new vibrational concepts to provide yet another sound healing system. Perhaps future research will verify the particular healing benefits of each sonic healing technology, alone, or in combination with other vibrational healing modalities.

Paul Hubbert's Holographic Sound Healing technology - healing the body through the chakras with sound - as I have learned and experienced it is a powerful ancient/new sound healing system which should be utilized as an important part of vibrational healing modalities as used in my TCM clinical practice.

According to Renee Brodie, "Sound is an energy form generated by a vibrating body. Depending on its frequency, the human body will react to and perceive this energy in different ways. If the pitch is below the audible level and the amplitude is high, we may feel it although we do not hear it. If it is within the audible range, we will hear it and classifiy it according to our knowledge of sound. If the pitch is ultrasonic - above the audible range - we will not hear it but may experience unpleasant bodily reactions to what is known as White Sound."

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