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Sound healing brings peace to hospital patients

December 10, 2014

On November 18, we had a post on “Shattering cancer with resonant frequencies“. Now there are more proof about using sound for healing.

Sound WaveSound is increasingly being used as a healing tool throughout hospitals in the UK. Tom Lawson talks to practitioners from the College of Sound Healing to discover the benefits.

Our relationship with music is complex, but its effect on our emotional state is well-documented; putting on your favourite song can change your mood instantly. But is it possible that it can go deeper still and actually heal our bodies and minds?

The College of Sound Healing certainly thinks so. The UK-based non-profit organisation has been providing training courses and workshops on sound healing since 1998. It teaches a variety of skills ranging from mastering gong technique to becoming a fully trained sound healer. In recent years it has gained the interest of the NHS and has started providing sound healing to hospital patients.


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