Sound Healing at Srikam Wellness

Everything in the universe is in a state of vibration, including the trillions of cells in our body. We can bring balance and harmony by introducing the right sounds to our bodies and supporting a shift in our frequency.

In his book, The Healing Power of Sound, Mitchell Gaynor, M.D. says, “I had come to understand illness as a manifestation of disharmony with the body. Thus, the Tibetan singing bowls, with their distinctive resonant tones, not only permitted me access to the “cosmic symphony,” but also a means by which harmony could be restored within the body on the physiologic as well as psych spiritual level.”

Understanding Sound Healing

Sound healing is an ancient Tibetan practice that uses singing bowls and gongs to help the body vibrate at a healing frequency. It’s been practiced in monasteries for many centuries, and has been known for restoring the body and mind to a state of harmony and tranquility. Sound therapy has existed in many cultures, and has been extensively researched over the last few decades.

Sound healing and health

While the benefits of sound healing are unique to each person, many have reported a profound change in physical health and mental well-being. In fact, sound healing is used in some German hospitals, before and after surgeries for accelerating healing.

Benefits to physical health:

  • Improved sleep quality and overall relaxation
  • Higher levels of energy
  • Stronger immune system and smooth recovery after illness

Benefits to mental health:

  • Relief from depression and anxiety
  • Improved attention span
  • Increased mental and emotional clarity

Sound healing and productivity

Wherever sound healing has been introduced, there has been a sharp increase in productivity since the body now resonates with a more natural frequency. Those who have received sound healing have reported that they can concentrate better and implement ideas more clearly.

Other benefits have included:

  • Increased motivation and confidence
  • Improved ability to interact with others
  • Dissipation of ‘brain fog’ and increased mental clarity
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