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com/studies-confirm-sound-therapy-heals-arthritis-cancer-tinnitus-autoimmune-disease-and-more-using-vibrational-frequencies/

Sound healing is the practice of using audio


tones and vibrational frequencies to repair
damaged tissue and cells within the body. It
works on the basis that all matter is vibrating
at specific frequencies, and sickness, disease,
depression and stress causes human beings to
vibrate at a lower frequency. Playing tones
that promote healing, happiness and vitality
will allow DNA strands to repair themselves,
and several scientific studies have been
conducted on the potential healing benefits of audio sound frequencies. Sound has
been used as a healing tool for centuries, and is still regularly utilized by many
different alternative healthcare centres. Tibetan singing bowels, tuning forks,
drumming therapy, and even chanting are all used in sound therapy and many
participants experience strong emotions during therapy sessions. Advocates of sound
healing claim that it has the power to heal mental illness, arthritis, autoimmune
disorders and can even shrink cancerous tumours.
http://zazenlife.com/2013/12/03/power-of-sound-vibration-helps-us-heal/

The Power of Sound: How Vibration Helps Us Heal


December 3, 2013 by proactiveawareness

The science of modulating brainwave frequencies with music


and sound is well-known and has been studied and developed
for some time. However, researchers are only beginning to
understand how words and other forms of vibration affect
consciousness and either heal or harm us, depending on
intention and usage. Yet this is an area of knowledge that
mystics have known about and studied for millenia. The
ancient Rishis, Seers, and Yogis of India have developed intricate, complex mantras
that play upon the effectiveness of sound for enhancing consciousness and inducing
healing of the mind, body and spirit.

Many people do not know that the roof of the mouth has no less than 84 different
meridian points which are activated when we speak or chant. The form of the tongue
when it hits the roof of the mouth determines which combination of meridians are
stimulated and therefore certain words and sounds have more profound effects than
others. These meridians are connected directly to the body’s nervous system and are
partly responsible for the healing effect of mantras and sacred sounds.

According to cellular biologist and author, Bruce Lipton, our environments (the
amalgam of all vibration, including thought) determine how we function at the
genetic level, which resources are tapped, which are discarded or repressed. Lipton’s
research found that DNA–amazingly–was not “fixed” as almost everyone had
previously thought, but that the proteins would find a variety of expressions depending
on their environments–both physical and emotional.

Words–while seemingly “only” sound–are actually conveyors of thought. One word


conjures forth a multitude of images of feelings: “Ocean,” “Breeze,” “Fireplace,”
“Mommy.” Those images and feelings, in turn, call on a cascade of chemistry that
literally alters the most fundamental physiologic responses: bleeding, autoimmunity,
blood pressure, peristalsis, inflammation. There is no biological process that does not
vibrate along, for ill or good.

The research is being conducted and the evidence is growing rapidly. Sound–not only
moves us emotionally, but affects us at a profound, preconscious, cellular level.

One study recently demonstrated that we vibrate with our environments before we’re
even “legally” considered alive in most Western cultures.

At the University of Leicester’s School of Psychology in England, researchers exposed


babies in utero to music for up to three months before they were born and then not
again until they were at least a year old–that is, only the first six months of gestation.

In the data Dr. Alexandra Lamont found evidence that the babies not only remembered
and recognized the music they heard in the womb, but retained the memory of it for at
least a year. This sensitivity to music continues as we age.

Research led by Dr. Frederick Tims of Michigan State University (November 1999,
Alternative Therapies) showed that patients with Alzheimer’s Disease who underwent
four weeks of structured music therapy showed significant increases in their
melatonin level, a chemical linked with sleep regulation and immune response.

How does sound make for the mending of bones, the softening and soothing of broken
hearts, the nearly instant increase in auto-immunity?

According to some experts, it is the vibration itself. The simplest example of this
principle is the use of sonic vibrations (like what is used in the generation of
sonograms) to heal soft-tissue injuries. This is now a common occurrence in vocational
rehabilitation.

Frequency healing, as it is called, has been studied intensely and broken down Hz by
Hz. Every frequency “range” has a specific, non-random effect. For instance, 1.0 Hz
impacts the pituitary, stimulating the production of growth hormones, while 111 Hz
will increase beta endorphins and stimulate cell regeneration.

Researchers also looked at the therapeutic nature of animal-sound and animal


vibration (just in their presence). Their cooing, purring, whinnying, sighing, and
happy barking can be enormously healing. Apparently, the frequency of a cat’s purr
helps broken bones to knit together faster. When investigated further, they found that
vibrations between 20 and 140Hz at low db are anabolic for bone growth, mending
muscles and ligaments, and reducing swelling and pain.
Regardless what music we choose or how it makes us feel, regardless of the words we
hear or those we use, we all seem to instinctively know and respect their impacts on us.
We know it in our bones, in the beating of our hearts, and in the tapping of our feet.
And if the research is correct, we know it far before we even have the words to say so.

Dr Emoto’s Messages from Water

Dr Masaru Emoto is a Japanese researcher at the Yokohama


Municipal University who stunned the world with the release
of his book, Messages from Water. Dr Emoto designed an
experiment to test the effect of spoken words and music on
water molecules. He placed several bottles of purified water
next to each other and exposed each bottle to different spoken
words, music or pictures. The words ranged from ‘I love you’ to
‘you make me sick’, and Dr Emoto experimented with
different forms of music such as heavy metal and Mozart.
The water was then frozen and Dr Emoto used a very
powerful microscope to take high-speed photographs of the
newly formed water crystals. The results were astonishing,
and all of the samples that had been exposed to positive words
and relaxing music formed beautifully intricate patterns
and symmetrical, geometric shapes. By contrast, the
samples that were exposed to heavy metal music and angry
words were distorted and disharmonious. Dr Emoto claims
that the results show that water is directly affected by
outside influences such as sound, vibration, and frequency,
and as human beings are 60% water, our health and
wellbeing are also affected by these stimuli.
Cymatics And Sacred Geometery

Cymatics is the visible representation of sound and its study has been documented as far back as the
1600s in an essay by Galileo Galilei. It began gaining popularity in the 1960s when Dr Hans Jenny
conducted several experiments that showed how sound could be converted into physical form. Jenny’s
experiments involved placing some form of powder of crystallized substance over a flat surface and
connecting the surface to an amplifier or tonoscope that could cause the surface to vibrate at different
musical tones and frequencies. As the tones were played, the powder would shift into different
geometrical patterns which became more complex as the frequency was increased. The results of Jenny’s
experiments have been recreated by thousands of people all over the world, and typing cymatics into
https://foreverconscious.com/11-powerful-mantras-healing

Mantras for Healing and Positivity

Everything in this Universe carries a vibration, including the words that you speak. For centuries, people
have used words for healing. Words can be used to share a story, they can be used to pray and they can
be used to express a deeper truth.

Another way words can be used for healing is through mantras. Mantras are short, positively inspired
phrases that carry a powerful healing vibration and can help to free your body, mind, and soul of any
stresses.

The word mantra loosely translates to “instrument of the mind”. This is because mantras have the
power to transform your thinking, and rewire thought patterns and belief systems that have been
engrained deep within your subconscious. In fact, mantras are so simple yet so effective for all sorts of
healing. In traditional practices, it was believed that you had to chant the mantra 125,000 times in order for it to
really sink in to the deepest level of your soul. While this may sound daunting, even reciting a mantra a few times
over the course of a week or month can have life changing effects.

I know I am loved and supported as I move through the day.


Recite this mantra three times either out loud or quietly to yourself first thing in the morning or whenever
needed. As you recite the mantra, cross your arms and wrap them around your body like you are giving
yourself a big, supportive hug.

This too shall pass.


Recite this mantra seven times out loud or quietly to yourself during challenging life periods and when
you are working through painful emotions.

I surrender my worries to the Universe.


Recite this mantra three times either out loud or quietly to yourself as often as needed. Visualize yourself
taking your heavy coat of burdens off and handing it over to the Universe to take care of as you recite the
words.
I choose to feel good about myself every day.
Recite this mantra three times either out loud or quietly to yourself while looking in the mirror.

I am exactly where I need to be.


Recite this mantra three times either out loud or quietly to yourself.

I release my past and forgive myself.


Recite this mantra five times either out loud or quietly to yourself as you place your hands over your
heart.

Everything I need to heal is already within me.


Recite this mantra five times either out loud or quietly to yourself while placing your hands over your
heart.

Things are always working out in my favour.


Recite this mantra three times either out loud or quietly to yourself.

I am effortlessly creating a life I love.


Recite this mantra six times either out loud or quietly to yourself.

The next perfect step is always being revealed to me.


Recite this mantra three times either out loud or quietly to yourself with your hands in prayer position.
https://upliftconnect.com/the-power-of-mantra/

The Healing Power of Mantra


By Azriel ReShel on Saturday June 16th, 2018

The Sacred Medicine of Sound

Sound is sacred. Sound is powerful. It connects us, heals us and expands our hearts. Mantra
chanting opens us up to sound on another level and has an enigmatic transformative power. It is an
ancient key for unlocking the mysteries of the entire universe.

An Ancient Sound

Chanting mantras has the power to transform mind, body and spirit. Kurshed Batliwala, author, speaker
and senior teacher with the Art of Living Foundation, says the technical definition of mantra means ‘that
which uplifts the mind.’ He says mantra affects our inner consciousness and our physical body, and
creates a state of connection and joy

It is believed that all Sanskrit mantras come from one mantra, and that is Om. When we chant Om we are
invoking that universal intelligence and energy to come and be with us:
https://chopra.com/articles/7-simple-mantras-for-healing-and-transformation

7 Simple Mantras for Healing and


Transformation
By Roger Gabriel (Raghavanand)

Everything in creation is, at its most


refined level, sound or vibration. Every
tree, every flower, every part of your
body has its own unique vibration.

When you are healthy, happy, and


vibrant, these vibrations are
harmonizing with each other like a
magnificent cosmic symphony.

However, if the vibration of any area


becomes distorted, the harmony breaks
down, leading to a lack of wholeness and
some discomfort in your life. Many forms of healing are based on knowing the correct sound or vibration
and reintroducing it into that area, whereby you can restore the balance, harmony, and comfort once
again.

All traditions of the world have used sound for healing, whether the beating of a drum, a bell, a gong, or a
sacred chant. The ancient Vedic Tradition of India has taken this a step further, exploring and refining
the use of sound over thousands of years to formulate it into the Vedic Science of Mantras.

Mantras are specific sounds or vibrations whose effects are known. When either chanted aloud or
repeated silently, they can create a desired effect in any area of your physiology or life—for healing,
transformation, and inner awakening

Healing Mantras

As we’ve discussed, everything is sound and any discomfort or disease is a distortion of the sound in
some area of the body. Reintroducing the correct sound helps to restore the harmony in that area. Healing
mantras are normally repeated with the attention in the area of discomfort—or, you could say, directing
the vibration to where it is needed.

There are some powerful healing mantras, which are best learned from a qualified teacher; however, here
are some of the simpler ones:

 For the sinuses: Mmmmm


 For the ears: Nnnnnnn
 For the eyes: Eeemmm
 For the throat: Gaa Gha
Om mantra
One of the most popular misconception about this ancient mantra is that it is religious. On
the contrary, it is a universal powerful mantra because it neither refers to any particular
religion nor God. One of the claims made by Yogis is that reciting Aum mantra reduces
mental stress, improves our concentration, gives steadiness and peace to our mind, and
clears all worldly thoughts.

Om Mani Padme Hum mantra

This mantra is the most widely used of all Tibetan Buddhism mantras. Also known as the
six syllables, it means that through the daily practice of a path that is a union of
compassion and love with wisdom, you can transform your impure speech, body, and mind
into the pure exalted speech, body, and mind of a Buddha.

simple but powerful Sanskrit Mantras that will help you achieve peace, balance and success.
Mantra One: Om

This is probably the most well know Sanskrit Mantra. Om is believed to be the sound of creation: the
first, original vibration. Using this mantra will bring you peace and calm as well as clearing stagnant
energy and expanding your consciousness.

This simple, positive mantra can be very powerful and life-transforming allowing you to be clear and
focused in creating the life of peace and joy you long for.

Mantra Two: Ham-Sah

This is another deceptively simple and versatile mantra which roughly translates to mean “I am that”.
Using this positive mantra helps us to get into the present moment and be mindful. It allows us and
everything else to simply be, without strain, struggle, overthinking or judgement.

Mantra Three: Om Shanti

Om Shanti translates as “peace” and is a popular mantra that helps to bring inner and outer peace and
unity. Using this mantra brings peace to all living and non-living beings in the world. It can also help us
foster a sense of oneness with the Divine energy of the universe.

Mantra Four: Om Namah Shivaya

This mantra is also known as the “great redeeming mantra”. This powerful mantra helps us to call on our
higher self and overcome our egos. It is a good mantra for purification and space cleansing as well as
physical and mental healing. It’s also great for increasing self-esteem and confidence.

Mantra Five: Gayatri Mantra

The Gayatri Mantra is a sacred prayer that is often compared to the Lord’s prayer in Christianity for its
religious significance. This mantra is also good for sharpening the mind, increasing wisdom and
understanding and developing focus and clarity.
Chakra Mantras

Consciousness is transforming into matter at every point in the Universe, but is more lively in certain
places. On the earth, we call these energy centres a vortex; in the body, we call them chakras. Chakras
aren’t physical, but you can imagine the main seven in the body located along the spine. Each reflects
different qualities in your life. For most people, their chakras are blocked or stuck, diminishing the flow
of energy supporting those particular qualities or over-emphasizing them.

By putting your attention in the area of each chakra and chanting the mantra associated with it, you can
begin to enliven the chakra and release its qualities in your life. There are several different sets of mantras
for the chakras, the following set is for general everyday use. It’s important to do the whole set rather than
just focusing on one or two. Starting with the lowest (first) chakra, bring your attention to that area of the
body and repeat the sound 1 to 3 times aloud or silently.

Sound is sacred. Sound is powerful. It connects us, heals us and expands our hearts. Mantra
chanting opens us up to sound on another level and has an enigmatic transformative power. It is an
ancient key for unlocking the mysteries of the entire universe.

Chanting mantras has the power to transform mind, body and spirit. Kurshed Batliwala, author, speaker
and senior teacher with the Art of Living Foundation, says the technical definition of mantra means ‘that
which uplifts the mind.’ He says mantra affects our inner consciousness and our physical body, and
creates a state of connection and joy

It is believed that all Sanskrit mantras come from one mantra, and that is Om. When we chant Om we are
invoking that universal intelligence and energy to come and be with us: