Sound waves travel along the nerves in your body, and different frequencies affect specific parts of your brain. Different sounds have different effects on your mood, and some can even trigger physical healing responses.
Known as vibrational therapy or bioresonance therapy, frequency healing uses various frequencies and tones to promote physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual health. Using a variety of vibrational techniques, such as tuning forks, Tibetan singing bowls, music therapy, and chanting, practitioners apply these frequencies to restore balance, harmonize energy centers, and support the body’s natural healing process.
The concept of frequency healing dates back thousands of years. Famed philosopher Aristotle equated flute music to purifying the soul, and Pythagoras may have been one of the first to recognize that musical intervals could have healing properties. In modern times, musical geniuses like Jimi Hendrix and John Lennon used frequencies to achieve homeostasis while recording their most iconic songs.
Frequency healing relies on the body’s chakras, which are spinning wheels of energy located along the spine from the base of the torso to the top of the head. Each chakra is associated with specific qualities and functions, and imbalances in these energy centers can manifest as physical or emotional ailments.
In addition to balancing the chakras, frequency healing also focuses on bringing emotional healing to the forefront of individuals’ lives. Different frequencies are associated with particular emotions, and listening to these frequencies can help individuals release their emotions, allowing them to find emotional harmony and peace. Frequency healing also focuses on pain management. Research has shown that certain frequencies can stimulate the release of endorphins and nitric oxide, which are natural pain killers, and help your body manage stress hormones.