Nautilus offers a variety of Sound Healing Therapies.
Heartmath, a biofeedback technique that harness the heart’s power to create a harmonic resonance to heal, balance and transform.
Tuning forks to help the body create a frequency that resonate with wellness. This can help you detoxify, release suck patterns that can impede health.
Integrated Listening System a full spectrum program that can be done in the clinic or at home to facilitate a transformation change in brain function and quality of life.
THE POWER OF SOUND TO HEAL
Close your eyes and listen deeply. What are you hearing? Are you feeling this anywhere in your body? How does this affect your consciousness? How are you feeling?
We so often only listen with our ears. But sound is more than just auditory; it’s somatic. That means it resonates and permeates our cells, muscles and bones.
Our bodies receive these vibrations and everything vibrates. Think about what happens when you set a glass of water next to a stereo speaker. It begins to vibrate. You can see those ripples of vibration in that glass of water.
Our bodies are mostly water and also begin to vibrate with the tones and frequencies that surround us. Our vibration changes with each frequency that we encounter. Different frequencies resonate in different parts of our bodies.
Lower frequency resonates in the lower parts of our bodies and the higher frequencies in the upper part of the body.
Certain frequencies promote relaxation, while others create agitation. Think of the difference that you may feel while listening to a leaf blower in contrast with the chirping of a bird. Thoughts also have vibrations and the impact of a negative thought has a different impact of a positive thought.
Tuning into the quality and quantity of sound in our internal and external environments is the part of the science of Vibrational Medicine.
The start of sound healing is rooted in ancient traditions and spans cultures across time. It combines sound with the intention to heal and transform. The typical sound Healer’s Tool kit includes a variety of instruments such as flutes, drums, shakers, bells, tuning forks and one of the most powerful-the human voices.
The Greek word for soul, psyche, is also translated as “breath.” Toning, chanting and singing are all effective ways to explore consciousness through the embodiment of sound.
Today sound Therapy is finding its way into Western Healthcare as a viable complement to allopathic Medicine.
Sound healing practices are found in hospice work, addiction recovery, injury rehabilitation, and stress management and wellness programs and in the treatment of a wide range of ailments. These range from mood disorders to osteoporosis and cancer.
We talk about being on the same wavelength as someone, an idea or even an object. When two frequencies echo each other vibrationally, each increases in amplitude. This is called frequency resonance. Every vibration has a frequency. Frequency therapy is the science of working with our natural frequencies to help identify, balance and sustain a healthy vibration through resonance. Research done by Dr. Royal Rife suggests that every disease has a particular resonance and can be cured with frequency. There is a cell technology called sonocytology or “cell Sonics’ that look at how cell walls vibrate under different conditions. The idea is to be able to scan a body and detect diseased cells. Healthy cells respond to frequency differently than diseased cells. Using frequency that matches a diseased cell, it pairs with the resonant signature and is able to break the cell wall. This is much like pairing up frequency with a wine glass that shatters. It is able to break up disease in the body. Every disease has a resonant frequency and the idea is to use frequency and sound as a tool for healing.
Tuning forks are a way to explore resonant frequency. The use of sonic vibrations on or around the body can stimulate the release of toxins, re-pattern behaviors, induce relaxation and trigger mystical states of awareness.
When we have trouble sleeping, we often put on some calming music. When we are depressed or sluggish, we listen to something upbeat and energizing to make us feel better. We are both resonating and conforming to these frequencies when we use them this way. This is called entrainment. Integrated Listening Systems combines music, and vibration with headphones to address a variety of conditions including autism, ADD/ADHD, depression, chronic pain, stroke, learning disabilities and brain injury. Some of the programs are also used for relaxation, focus, stress management and sleep entrainment.
Sound as Medicine
While the field of Vibrational healing is in its infancy, the message is clear: sonic vibrations can transform us. Kaiser Permanente, a large managed care insurance company that uses only care patterns that are efficient in creating health, is integrating music Therapies into it’s health and wellness programs. Gabby Gifford, the Arizona State Senator that sustained the traumatic injury from the gunman, is using sound as a tool to heal from her Brain injury. Sports Teams are using Listening systems for recovery from Post-Concussive injuries.