Vibrations are a form of the effect of the traveling of sound waves which is known as a rhythm. These rhythms happen on a grand scale, like seasonal changes and tidal patterns as sound waves are always traveling from one place to another resulting in endless sets of vibrations. This phenomenon can also be experienced within our own body as a result of the sounds produced by the heart, breathing systems, circadian systems, etc. All these body parts represent physiological rhythms that are not only visible but also measurable throughout our bodies.
Vibrational sound therapy is supposed to retune the body, mind, and spirit, encouraging relaxation, healing, and wellness by adopting a holistic approach towards the healing of our body. These kinds of therapeutic procedures make use of singing bowls placed on the body to create a combination of tones and vibrations that produce a state of tranquility. They also produce simple vibrations and movements which are used to massage the indicated body muscles that have many benefits. The benefits of vibrational sound therapy are numerous which include:
- Reduction in stress
- Reduction in muscle and body pains
- Easing of blockages and tension in body parts
- Reduction in depression and anxiety
- vibrational healing improves sleep and reduces the effects of insomnia
- Improves concentration
- Balances the body’s energy effectively.
But there are much smaller vibrations happening in your body, too. There can be smaller and simpler vibrations that occur at the microscopic level which are also significant from the concept of vibrational healing procedures