Seeking zen: Delving into the realms of sound healing therapy

It might be considered new age wellness, but sound healing is hardly a new form of therapy. The ancient Greeks used music to cure mental illness, and in ancient Egypt music therapy was a staple in temples. Sound therapy has been proven effective not just in achieving a state of relaxation, but also in moving through blockages in the body. It has also been known to help in treating stress, anxiety, high blood pressure, depression, sleep disorders, PTSD, dementia, autism and pain.

“Everything in the universe has its own vibration and all we do is tune our bodies to it, just like you would tune an instrument. Sound healing allows your body to heal itself by slowing down your brain waves, which affects every cell in your body, shifting them from the diseased state to being in ease.

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