Ultrasound in medicine:
There is much research being carried out on the healing properties of sound and music. Ultrasound has been in used in hospitals for over sixty years to scan internal body images and many cancer research facilities continue to investigate the effects of high intensity focused ultrasound (HIFU) ultrasound on cancerous tissue using high frequency sound waves.
The aim is that sound resonating around and throughout the body in turn helps the release of energy blockages on all levels of the body’s energy field; Physical, Emotional, Mental, & Spiritual.
Can sound really heal the body?
There has been much written and a lot of research on how sound might heal the body in certain circumstances.
There has been extensive research and many papers written about vibroacoustics and the positive effects that sound vibrations and healing properties of vibrational medicine can have on the body. Many scientists, and orthodox medical professionals have written about the healing effects of music and how sound healing instruments such as Tibetan singing bowls and certain types of music therapy have been applied to help relax a patient or client and how this appeared to help their inner healing process.
The connection between healer and patient is of paramount importance and with this in mind empathy may play a vital role in how this connection might aid and assist the healing process. There are very few people who do not have some interest in music or sound. If it’s classical, or rock, dance, jazz or rap, music has the ability to affect most of us mentally or emotionally in some way. And if music doesn’t do it for you then maybe the natural sounds of nature might be your forte.