The Sounds of Healing
Updated: Jan 29
Since everything has a vibrational frequency, including ourselves, it makes sense that sound frequencies impact how we feel. Which is why certain songs and types of music elicit specific emotions.
Sound healing is an ancient technique that uses tonal frequencies to bring the body into a state of vibrational balance and harmony. The sound frequencies slow down brain waves to a deeply restorative state, which then activates the body’s system of self-healing.
Singing bowls, gongs, Tibetian bowls, tuning forks, and drums are the instruments that practitioners most often use in sessions. Each instrument serves a different purpose. Crystal bowls, for example, are tuned to the notes of the seven chakras, while the gong is said to help release tension in the body and stimulates the glandular and nervous system.
Although sound healing has grown in popularity in recent years, it is a healing modality that dates back to ancient times and some form is present in every culture on earth. Sound healing can be traced back 40,000 years to when indigenous Australians used didgeridoos for healing and sound chambers were created by Egyptians in the pyramids.
Benefits of Sound Healing
Deep relaxation is one of the most significant and universal benefits of sound therapy. The sounds permeate our system returning it back to harmony. With busy schedules and stressors in the world, we can all use some calmer vibes.
Clear Energetic Blocks
Some people experience deep healing during sound therapy as the sound vibrations open, clear, and balance their chakras and release stuck energy. It is like an “energetic deep tissue massage” that leaves you feeling balanced and replenished.
Boosts Your Health
Research has already demonstrated that sound healing can be incredibly beneficial. Advantages can include improved sleep, reduction of chronic pain and blood pressure, lowered cholesterol, and a decreased risk of heart disease.
Supports Mental, Emotional and Spiritual Well-Being
It can heal on the mental and emotional levels by helping reduce stress, anxiety and depression. Balancing and clearing the mind, leads to a renewed sense of purpose, well-being, calm and happiness.
The Well of Roswell has a variety of sound events upcoming, please check out each of these offerings which are incredible healing opportunities. Space is limited, if interested please register.
Breathwork & Sound Bath w/ Alexa Shackelford January 29th
Singing Bowl Certification w/ Denise Foster February 5th
Past Life Regression & Sound Bath w/ Denise Foster February 19th
Equinox Sounds with Michael Burke March 20th