Our bodies contain frequencies that ideally work in balance and harmony. When we are physically or emotionally stressed, the frequencies become discordant — the vibrations of the body goes out of tune or become blocked. When this happens, the body slows its vibrations, which can affect cells and organs, and result in disease or illness.
Sound therapy affects each cell of the body — when sounding the singing bowls on or near the body the vibration of the sound reaches each and every cell via the water content in our body. “Our body consists of about 80 per cent water. The healing sound vibration will gently flow into the body, touching the structure and health of cells and organs favourably,” he points out. The sound therapy expert will be conducting sound meditation sessions on September 13 and 14 at Aura, The Park.