Beginner’s guide to sound healing: 3 Benefits to using sound to bring vibrational balance to your life

Beginner’s guide to sound healing: 3 Benefits to using sound to bring vibrational balance to your life

Have you ever heard of sound healing? If you haven’t here how to start profiting from its benefits, you don’t need much!

Everything has a vibrational frequency, objects, plants, rocks and ourselves. Frequencies impact our feelings and this is the reason why songs can change our mood and trigger different emotions.

How does it work?

In a healing session –or sound bath–, the person is typically in a horizontal position on the floor or a yoga mat while listening to the practitioner playing a variety of instruments and bathe the person in soothing sounds and vibrations. The sound frequencies slow down your brain waves to a deeply restorative state.

The instruments usually used are singing bowls.

The instruments usually used are singing bowls, drums and gongs are often used in sessions, almost any instrument, however, can be used in sound healing if they are used with the proper intention. Crystal bowls are tuned to the notes of the chakras and the gong helps release tension in the body and at the same time stimulate the nervous system.

Benefits of sound healing

It is super relaxing

The sounds return harmony to our body.

The sounds return harmony to our body, so this sole benefit is worth trying. It helps deal with anxiety, depression and stress and it promotes well-being.

It clears energetic blockages

It can help open, clear and balance your chakras and release stuck energy –so don’t be surprised if you feel a tingling sensation in your hands or feet.

It improves your health

It has been proved to help sleep, control blood pressure and it’s been linked to a lower risk of heart disease.

Everything has a vibrational frequency, objects, plants, rocks and ourselves.

Types of healing therapy you can try

Victoria Thais

A trip to India was all it took for Victoria to realise that meditation is not a fancy word for sitting around in silence. It truly changed Victoria’s life to a less stressful and more mindful one. Now a freelance consultant and journalist, Victoria joined KOKO to share her knowledge on those little things that are life so much better, and cosier.+ info

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