Sound therapy refers to a range of therapies in which sound is used to treat physical and mental conditions. ... The healing sound may be produced by a voice or an instrument such as electronic equipment, chanting bowls, or tuning forks.
The field of sound therapy was pioneered by the French ear, nose and throat specialist, Dr Tomatis in the late 1940s. He discovered the link between the ear and the voice and discovered that by improving the way we listen, he could dramatically improve learning, balance, coordination and posture as well as communication and creativity.
Listening is very different to hearing – listening is an active process we can choose to do while hearing is passive and automatic. As the ear and brain becomes receptive to high frequency sounds, energy and performance increases and a feeling of wellness becomes more common.
This is great for / symptom indicators:
Repatterns emotional balance
A greater sense of connection
Reduce negative energy
Healing past trauma