Sound: The Ultimate Medicine for Body, Mind and Spirit

By Satya Brat Jaiswal

Healing with “the power of sound” is one of the oldest and most natural forms of healing known to humankind. It has been used by ancient Vedic and Tibetan civilizations and can also be found in Greek and Egyptian scriptures.

Rediscovered in the modern times to heal and transform life, sound healing is believed to enhance learning through synchronization of the left and right brain, promote elimination of toxins, and boost the self-healing mechanism in the body. It also gives quick relief from many lifestyle-related problems, and reduces stress by relaxing the mind and liberating emotional traumas locked within the subconscious.

Sound medicine effectively dissolves physical, mental, and emotional blockages, and has been found to be extremely beneficial for healing several modern lifestyle and stress-related disorders ( i.e., hypertension, diabetes, insomnia, severe joint pain, addiction, heart problems, family discord and violence, premature aging, cancer, and more).

Fast relief, zero side-effects, and easy application are the best parts of this wonderful sound-healing science, which is gradually emerging as one of the most powerful and potent healing sciences of the 21st century.

Everything in the Universe vibrates at its own individual frequency, including the human body. If part of our body is unwell, then the whole body feels out of sync. Sound healing works on the principle that we can bring the body back to its natural harmonious state by using sympathetic vibrations.

Singing bowls are ancient sound healing tools, rediscovered in modern times in the last few decades and emerging as one of the powerful sound-healing tools with endless possibilities to heal several kinds of physical, mental, and psychological disorders.

Sound healing with singing bowls and gong bells, a scientific and proven modality, has been accepted with tremendous approval in the U.S., Europe, and the Orient, and is becoming the forerunner of sound therapy worldwide.

It’s highly recommended for:

Students: Sound healing helps boost self-confidence, enhances creativity, and helps achieve higher levels of concentration.

Homemakers: Sound healing can be applied for self-care and to help family and friends who are struggling with physical or emotional distress.

Corporate work spaces: Sound healing helps optimize stress management among employees and business leaders.

Healthcare professionals: Sound healing can be integrated into their existing methodologies for greater impact and more efficient healing.

Deep meditation / yoga practitioners / spiritual seekers: Healing sounds help achieve deeper levels of relaxation and meditation for inner peace and spiritual growth.

Sound healing’s impact has been acknowledged across the globe by scientists, doctors, the pharmaceutical industry, and healers. Sound healing, which can be learned by anyone interested in the art and science of healing, is ideal for quick relief for painful and stressful health disorders.

Sound healing is not just for ill people. Healthy people also derive great benefits from it — they become calmer and report higher levels of energy, as well as better sleep. Healing sound vibrations can effectively dissolve physical, mental, and emotional blockages and overcome daily stress, fear, and depression. With regular treatments, most people experience an increase in zest for life and an increase in creativity.

Sound healing with singing bowls and gong bells has been emerging as one of the most powerful and potent healing sciences of modern times to treat almost any form of medical disorders, and to uplevel consciousness and spiritual enlightenment.

Maestro Satya Brat Jaiswal is the founder and president of Academy of Sound Healing, a nonprofit organization. An international educator, Satya offers his teachings on clinical sound healing worldwide, including the United States, Canada, Europe, Asia, and India — employing therapeutic-grade singing bowls and gong bells. In the last decade, Maestro Satya has been a pioneer and key contributor in bringing sound healing to larger audiences, garnering global recognition and building a platform for sound healers of the future. He received degrees in science from Scottish Church College, the University of Calcutta, and pursued his sound research and training using his academic knowledge. Click here to visit Satya’s website, the International Academy of Sound Healing.

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This article appears in: 2020 Catalyst, Issue 17: Sound Healing Summit