Sound healing is so diverse that the amount of research and general acceptance in the United States is varied. Music therapy has been accepted within the traditional medical community. Other therapies such as chanting and toning have been integrated into traditional treatment of cancer. Furthermore, some studies indicated that auditory integration training and the Tomatis method could be used for behavioral problems.
While the traditional medical community remains skeptical about some aspects of sound healing, treatment has been undertaken by people around the world. Therapies are available in areas including North America, Europe, and Japan.The healing power of sound therapy focuses on balancing energy to treat a condition.Advocates maintain that healing using sound healing is effective in treating such conditions as stress, anxiety, high blood pressure, depression , and autism . Chanting and overtone chanting are used in therapy with Alzheimer's patients. This form of sound healing is said to help with memory functions.
Subliminal messages is a psychotherapy technique that utilizes extra-conscious mental abilities of the patient to uncover and resolve the causes of presenting problems.The uniqueness of Subliminal messages lies in the use of the patient’s extra-conscious mental abilities.This extra-conscious domain of the patient’s mind is guided by the therapist to identify and resolve the actual causes of presenting problems while bypassing conscious opinions and limitations that might interfere. Symptoms of the presenting problem are not directly addressed; the symptoms will cease to exist when the cause is resolved.It is commonly true that many disorders, both physical and psychological, have an etiology that is derived from life experience. It is also commonly true that patients who suffer from such disorders do not have awareness of the origin, or understand the actual causes, of their problems. However, it is also true that there may be conscious beliefs about the cause. Since the true cause is unknown, full resolution of the problem is not possible; only its symptoms can be treated.
Our brains have a left and a right hemisphere. The left hemisphere is linear, logical, practical, and time-orientated. The right hemisphere seems to be much more non-linear, abstract, creative, holistic, and non-logical.We tend to use one hemisphere at a time, or better said, we will favor particular hemispheres depending on what we are doing.Obviously, it is not that simplistic because both hemispheres are constantly interacting and both can be in use at the same time.These hemispheres are connected by the corpus callosum. It serves as a conduit or a bridge between both sides. This bridge can literally be exercised and strengthened until it is physically larger and more capable of transmitting data, thoughts and feedback between hemispheres. HEMISPHERIC SYNCHRONIZATION by merging both hemispheres and allowing them to work together, we can increase our mental fitness and enhance our cognitive functioning in general. It is basically like having a faster computer processor capable of working at faster speeds. Increased integration creates better performance.By using brainwave entrainment technologies, you can increase your hemispheric synchronization.By simply listening to any of our music files, your brain naturally synchronizes to balance hemispheric activity and adjusts brainwave activity to match the embedded brainwave carrier frequencies. This audio-induced hemispheric coherence produces an optimal state of holistic whole-brain synergy.
The scientific principle of entrainment can be utilized to resonate. If you have two similarly tuned pianos in one room and strike a key, the stretched chord attached to the same key on the other piano will vibrate.Given this fact and the fact that our brains operate much like a resonance chamber. Oscillating pulses and patterns of neural excitations ripple through our brains like never-ending waves in a dynamic pond of subtle electrical matter.
- Meditation session, which includes the Chakras test and a psychological quiz.
- 2 WAV Files, one hour each, one with pure frequencies without music and the other with relaxing music.
- Subliminal affirmations using your voice, language and pronouncing.
- 5X audio subliminals with your voice for the maximum benefit.
What are the tools you use?
We use Subliminal messages, which are a kind of positive affirmation, sound healing, brainwave entrainment.
Are there any studies about sound healing?
Yes, there are dozens of papers and studies you can read here.
Is there any risk of hearing these recordings?
In all, they are music and positive thoughts.
Is it possible for people around me to be affected when they listen to them?
Yes, but they will be more influenced by music than ideas.
Is it possible to make an audio recording of a person to change his habits without his knowledge?
Yes, it is possible, but we can not change something he does not want to change.
People who are suffering from depression or obsessive-compulsive disorder can benefit from sound healing?
Yes, especially if they use it next to medicine.
The Science Behind Sound healing
There's growing interest in using sound frequency to boost human health. And research backs it up.
In the realm of healing techniques, sound work inhabits a curious space: It has been used for thousands of years—think of overtone chanting from Central Asia, for example—yet, it’s also on the frontiers of modern neuroscience.
Subliminal Messages Motivate People To Do Things They Wanted To Do
How is it possible that you were not planning on going shopping, but that you still end up going and even return home with four new pairs of trousers? Apparently you really did want to go shopping but were not consciously aware of it. Dutch researcher Martijn Veltkamp has demonstrated that you can motivate people with subliminal messages : quickly flashing words onto a screen without their noticing. This is only successful, however, if the subliminal message matches a biological need and if the behaviour is associated with a positive effect.
Subliminal Learning Demonstrated In Human Brain
Although the idea that instrumental learning can occur subconsciously has been around for nearly a century, it had not been unequivocally demonstrated. Now, a new study published by Cell Press in the August 28 issue of the journal Neuron used sophisticated perceptual masking, computational modeling, and neuroimaging to show that instrumental learning can occur in the human brain without conscious processing of contextual cues.