The Healing Sound

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Sounds can have a powerful effect on our minds, emotions and moods and as we’ll see in this article, sound can be used to directly cleanse, purge and heal the body. Many people are already familiar with the fact that sounds such as music, a pleasant voice or sounds of nature can have a soothing effect on mind and body.

Doctors have also come to see how listening to such relaxing sounds can help people lower their blood pressure, calm the mind, help relieve depression and have many other healing effects on mind and body. Sounds are powerful vibrational energies that can be used to heal or even destroy. Just as ultra sound can be used to peer inside of a woman’s body to check on her baby or be used to disintegrate kidney or gall stones deep inside the organs.

This article is the second in this series on “Six Sounds to Heal and Cure”. In this article we’re going to cover the second of these six healing sounds, the kidney sound.

In the first article we covered how botanist Robert Brown discovered vibrational energies that exist in nature through the observation of minute particles within the vacuoles of the pollen grains suspended in water.

Einstein later confirmed the existence of these energies by predicting that the random motions of molecules in a liquid impacting on larger suspended particles would result in irregular, random motions of the particles, which could be directly observed under a microscope. The predicted motion corresponded precisely with the puzzling Brownian motion discovered by Botanist Robert Brown. From this motion Einstein accurately determined the dimensions of the hypothetical molecules which were theorized to exist but as yet unproven.

We then covered that when a person is sick, no matter what language a person spoke, they always made the same type of moaning or whimpering sounds of distress. This is due to the illness always being diagnosed to that same organ regardless of what disease they actually had. From this observational data gathered over the centuries they concluded that these vibrational sounds are the body attempting to purge itself of the excess fire chi and impurities via the modalities of breath and sound.