Journal

Sound, the first sense we develop in the womb, is not just in the ear of the beholder. It’s a powerful, multi-sensory, vibrational experience that directly resonates with the body’s cellular intelligence. The science of sound as a healing tool spans back to millennia ago, in ancient Greece, where patients at the ‘Asklepion’ health-spa centers were commonly prescribed music as part of their medical treatment. Today, scientists have begun to include sound healing as part of sophisticated medical routines to prevent or treat chronic and life-threatening illnesses such as acute stress, PTSD, heart disease and cancer.
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