Tuning Forks for Sound Therapy

The human body is sustained by life force energy. Vibrational Therapy is based on the subtle energy principles and interventions involving the dimensions of the body, mind, and spirit. The laws governing quantum physics demonstrate that everything in the universe is made up of vibrational fields — the human body is no exception. Located on the mid-line of the body there are seven major transition points for the distribution of life force energy. These are known as chakras (energy stations). Energy travels from these stations on distribution paths that are similar to a highway system. They are known as meridians (energy pathways). The energy that travels through the meridians feeds all of the organs, glands, body systems, and sub-systems — ultimately every muscle, nerve, tissue, and cell. Surrounding the outside of the body there are several electrical energy fields which are collectively referred to as the electromagnetic field; Human Energy Field (HEF); or aura (energy shell).The chakras, meridians, and aura are intrinsically linked — forming an intricate network that distributes life force energy. It is this complex system of energy transfer and distribution that is the focus of all energy-based therapies.

Using Sound Healing Tuning ForksThe Importance of Sound in Healing.

Sound is audible vibration. Sound is in constant motion. It is made up of three important interconnecting elements, namely: pulse, wave, and form. These cannot exist one without the other — forming a trinity of three elements in action in order to create one powerful force.Sound and vibration from any source can have beneficial or detrimental effects to our well-being as a whole. When the human body comes into contact with sound and vibration, depending on the source, either a positive or negative resonance occurs and the body’s delicate cell structure can become affected.

 

Resonance is the process whereby the primary vibration can initiate the secondary vibration which becomes sympathetic to it so that they both start resonating at the same frequency. A classic example of this is the sound that can be created by the trained voice of an opera singer which can shatter a glass if the note is held long enough. It resonates and vibrates to the point of destruction because the material is not flexible enough to withstand the vibrations it produces in sympathy.
In the case of Tuning Fork Therapy a beneficial process of resonance occurs. This means that if the frequency measured in vibrations per second is applied by focusing the sound generated by tuning forks on various parts of the body, it can help to establish a new pattern of balance, erasing the detrimental patterns caused by the negative resonance pattern of ill health.

Sound has many other effects on both conscious and unconscious levels often evoking emotional responses. It has a counterbalancing action upon the physical and emotional states of the body and mind. The power of sound can energize the body when tired, or relax the body by soothing the nervous system when we are angry. It also has the amazing ability to lift our spirits in times of depression and grief.
The body vibrates and requires many frequencies to maintain its correct anatomical position and in so doing, creates vital health. The moment your body is out of frequency, energy imbalance ensues and ill health follows. The harmonics of sound carry the frequency to allow the body to self-correct. Vibrational therapy has long been used by NASA to increase bone density in astronauts who develop osteoporosis in gravity-free outer space.

Why are so many people using Tuning Forks Therapy?

  • Provides instantaneous, deep state of relaxation
  • Improves mental clarity and brain functioning
  • Increases your level of physical energy and mental concentration
  • Relieves stress by drawing your body into a centered space
  • Develops and refines your sonic abilities
  • Enhances massage, acupressure, dreamwork and meditation
  • Brings your nervous system into balance Integrates left and right brain thought patterns