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Sound therapy is effective because it works on everyone. Whilst a client needs to be open to the sound in order not to shut down energetically, they don’t have to be a ‘believer’.
Because it is not a talking therapy there is no need to go back to past traumas and hurts in order to release the pain. The sound will find where it is needed and the gross and subtle bodies will respond accordingly.
Sound is an effective therapy as it covers all aspects of a person’s life – physical, mental, emotional and spiritual. Unlike a massage that deals with physical pain, or a psychiatrist that deals in the mental, sound focuses on raising and realigning a person’s vibration and clearing blocked energy, allowing a person to come back into balance - with a resulting improvement in all areas of their lives.
Healing through sound is effective as it encourages the client to take responsibility for their own health. Ideally the client will start to listen to their body and their inner voice and they will know what changes they need to make in their lives to enable them to come back into balance.
Sound therapy is effective because it allows clients to quickly move to an altered state of consciousness where the deep healing and creative processes occurs.
Using sound keeps the mind focused until it becomes still – for those clients who are not present or grounded, launching into a meditative state is nigh on impossible due to their chattering mind. Sound helps to balance the left and right hemispheres of the brain and lower the waves into a theta state.
Sound healing is effective as it is non invasive. The healing comes from within and is not imposed upon a person. It does not heal one part of a person’s body at the expense of another like many orthodox medicines. It is completely natural and gentle if performed correctly, which is especially important for sensitive people. As a practitioner, I am able to respond to the client instantly, rather than waiting to see the effect of medication.
Whilst sound is a very gentle form of healing it is also very powerful. Even resistances to the sound are useful to show a client where any imbalances might be and help them become more aware.
Sound healing is an effective therapy for those with addictions who would have no desire for any talking therapy and in fact have been self-medicating in a need to escape their present reality and release trauma. As “the problem is not the alternate reality but with the method of transition” (Beulieu 2010: 99), the therapeutic use of sound offers an altered reality which is healing and shows there are safe alternate ways to reach an altered state. Sound healing creates the space for clients to begin to explore and recognise the reasons why he or she is using substances.