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How Sound Heals

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Public Domain image by Mick Lissone (http://www.publicdomainpictures.net/browse-author.php?a=65030>)

We live in an audio-visual world. As such, sound and light have incredible effects on our bodies and even our moods. Sounds and light that are harsh or inappropriately timed can be strongly disruptive to our well-being. Conversely, both sound and light can prove to be wonderfully nurturing and healing.

A number of healing modalities use these audio-visual spectrums in various techniques to encourage full-spectrum healing opportunities. Sound and light frequencies have what are known as harmonics. When you have wave patterns, the complexity is made up of component frequencies.  These harmonics can be odd-order and even-order components. Odd-order harmonics tend to have dissonant characteristics, whereas even-order harmonics are, well, more harmonious. When we fill our environment with even-order harmonics, we encourage full-spectrum flow.

Back in 2007, I was introduced to the concept of how sound can be used in healing during the Quantum-Touch conference at Lake Tahoe. Dr. James Hopkins presented his very special ‘Pythagorean Harmonix Healing’ techniques with instruments he designed himself. His presentation literally redefined my idea of how I could use sound to assist in having my clients heal. (If you’re interested in more information about Dr. J’s work, I encourage you to visit his website and purchase his CD.)

I purchased Dr. J’s CD and enjoyed meditating to its soothing and healing tones for quite some time. I’ve also enjoyed exploring various CD products that feature such technologies as binaural beats, etc., to help entrain the brain to match certain frequencies. I’ve found a few that really do seem to work as promised.

One of the biggest realizations I had was that these audio frequencies could be imparted to clients during distant-healing sessions. Although you might think of audio as being a purely localized experience, I take the position as a channeling vessel. Just as a practitioner of energy healing acts as a conduit of healing life-force energy for a client, I set the same intention to act as a conduit for the healing properties of the audio to which I’m listening.

The premise is that as I receive audible healing frequencies and overtones, my body will translate these raw frequencies into healing triggers. My task is to then pass on these same triggers to my client, thereby enabling the client to experience the same physical healing as if he/she were listening with headphones. The technique does not involve playing audio over Skype or anything like that. This is purely an exchange of energy signatures and response patterns between practitioner and client.

The clients with whom I’ve used these techniques have all experienced remarkable sensations of relaxation and deep healing. If you’d like to experience Harmonix Healing or binaural beat audio signatures during distant healing, purchase a session or bundle and book a session with me. I’m quite certain you’d enjoy it.

Much love.

trane

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4 Comments
  1. Wow – I never thought of that – what an awesome concept. I will incorporate that in my distant work. Imagine the power in group work!

    • Jana,

      Now, take the idea and run with it. Be a conduit for full-spectrum light. Be a conduit for vitamin- and mineral spectrums to aid in restoring balance in your client. You can act as a conduit for energy in any form. All it takes is intention.

      It’s not important that we understand or know the frequencies involved. Intention creates the link required to the universal matrix and our body’s innate intelligence knows what our conscious mind does not.

      Much love to you! <3

  2. Binaural beats have been effective for me. Have you considered putting headphones on a client during an in-person session, & letting them listen?

    • Hi. Yeah, I really like binaural beats. I seldom do in-person work these days, but I have had clients use earphones in the past. I’ve also used Dr. J’s CD to great effect during in-person sessions. I usually play that one over loudspeakers as I feel the full-body experience is greater than just stimulating the auditory senses.

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