Brainwave Entrainment and Psychoacoustics

Brainwave Entrainment and Psychoacoustics

The use of Auditory Beat Stimulation (ABS) such as binaural, monaural and isochronic beats falls into the field of study called psychoacoustics. The research conducted so far, although not conclusive, has provided evidence that the effects of ABS can be registered in...
The Healing Power of Your Voice

The Healing Power of Your Voice

When it comes to Sound Therapy, it is always important to remember that we are born with our own in-built sound device: our own healing voice! Many of the effects we can achieve with Sound Healing instruments can be experienced through the voice. In fact, it is often...
Sound Therapy and the Vagus Nerve

Sound Therapy and the Vagus Nerve

The Vagus nerve is the longest cranial nerve in the body. It originates in the brain and travels all the way down to the lower internal organs. It is a fundamental regulator of the parasympathetic nervous system, which controls all the involuntary processes such as...
Sound Therapy and Trauma

Sound Therapy and Trauma

We often think of trauma as an event in our lives as in “a traumatic event”. However, it is useful to think of trauma not as an event but rather as a response. It is a way of responding to a challenging event with all its long term consequences. “Trauma is not...
Tuning the Human Body

Tuning the Human Body

Before playing any composition, musicians tune their instruments carefully because they know that such a precise process ensures a high quality of music. Human tuning The human body is the ultimate musical instrument, life is the music. Our thoughts, emotions,...
Why Sound Healing?

Why Sound Healing?

The best answer to this question would probably come from a priest or shaman from an ancient civilisation where sound was used as a gateway to altered states of mind. But would we be able to understand their explanation if it does not come in the form of a scientific...