Your Soul is Music

Can you hear the music within you?

Throughout history, ancient cultures have utilized the phenomenon of vibration. Whether in the form of shamanic chanting and drumming, religious hymns, the gongs and singing bowls of East Asia, the didgeridoo of Australian aboriginals, or the Father of modern knowledge, Hermes Trismigistus describing the harmonious music within the tones of the Earth itself.

Vibration is said to be able to heal all sickness. Traditionally, illness was believed to be the result of parts of the body being out of tune with its whole. To realign itself, the body needs harmonizing. This is the basis of the practice of sound healing; the practice of tuning the body just like any other instrument. Through sound healing we meet our illness at it’s resonant frequency, and draw it back into alignment with vibrational harmony.

For example, research has shown that the heart produces coherent and incoherent frequencies, depending on the emotion of the individual. Emotions such as love, appreciation, and gratitude are coherent, while frustration, anger, and other negative emotions are incoherent. The coherent frequencies are the result of the heart organ being in tune, and the incoherent frequencies are the result of the heart being out of tune. Every organ in our body has its point of harmony. We even call these parts of the human body organs, just like the grand church instrument itself.

4 Comments Add yours

  1. Michele Lee says:

    Interesting article. ✨

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    1. GS says:

      In all probability, music touches our souls so deeply because we humans are born poetic and life has a rhythm of its own. … It’s only natural that music will be right there with us, enhancing the tunes of our lives, keeping us in touch with nature, beauty, harmony, and our senses in a very diverse world.

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      1. Michele Lee says:

        Yes, beautifully expressed.

        Liked by 1 person

      2. GS says:

        Glad you agree

        Liked by 1 person

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