1:1 Sound Healing Therapy Sessions
For effectively restoring balance to the whole system (mental, physical, spiritual), and developing awareness of where emotions are seated in the body
The use of sound as a proven method for increasing one’s awareness or being mindful, is not new and dates back thousands of years.
By expanding our awareness and deep listening, we can begin to let go of the attachment to what we think “should be happening” and move towards discovering what is happening.
When people are relaxed as a result of practices such as sound baths, meditation mantras or chanting or singing, listening to music, and breathing exercises; their breathing deepens and slows and their stress hormones decrease.
This allows the immune system to function more efficiently, lowering blood pressure, and activating the centres of the brain that release natural opiates.
Understanding Sound as Medicine
"Everything is in motion;
nothing is at rest;
This saying reflects a universal principle which explains that the differences between different manifestations of Matter, Energy, Mind, and even Spirit, result largely from varying rates of Vibration. Between the poles of ‘higher’ and ‘lower’ vibration, which can appear to be motionless, there are millions upon millions of varying degrees of vibration.
All of our mental formations, our thoughts, words, speech, and sounds; are all VIBRATION; all moving at different vibratory rates. Vibration affects our cells, organs, blood, bones and everything in between, as well as the biofield-magnetic field of our human body (also known as the ‘aura’) and the surrounding environment.
This is why talk therapy and sound healing therapies can be so potent. We are literally aiming to facilitate greater ‘coherence’ within our bodies and brains, which naturally want to shift towards resolution.
This helps expand our awareness and understanding of the links between our ‘symptoms’ and our thoughts, feelings, and actions, as well as our responses to the surrounding environment.
Curious to experience a sound healing session and find out more?
What type of sound healing therapy do you offer?
The main sound healing therapy approach offered at DIVE Healing is known as Biofield Tuning. Also integrated into the sound healing therapy session is the use of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) acupressure points and sequences called 'activations'; a sequence of points performed in a particular manner to achieve an intended result (specific to the individual's needs).
Acupressure points form part of the various meridian channels and systems that run throughout your entire body. We've been able to integrate and this approach thanks to the work of David Hartmann, a Chinese Medicine Practitioner, Teacher of Acupuncture, and the co-founder of Tuning Fork Therapies Australia.
What is "Biofield Tuning"?
Biofield tuning is a form of sound healing that utilises high precision tuning forks. The method is based on the understanding that pure energy is electromagnetic radiation, light. It is simply frequency, movement – or put another way, sound. Ultimately, everything is electromagnetic energy vibrating and different frequencies.
Biofield tuning is an energy medicine approach developed by Eileen McKusick, a pioneering researcher, author, and practitioner, who has been teaching this form of sound healing medicine for at least the last two decades.
Energy medicine is a collective term used that refers to a variety of energy techniques, processes, and methods based on the use, modification, and manipulation of energy fields that look at imbalances within an individual’s energy system as well as the energetic influence of thoughts, beliefs, and emotions on the body.
For over one hundred years, scientists have shown that cells and tissues generate electromagnetic fields that can be measured on the surface of the skin. All cells generate tiny electrical currents as a result of charge flow that makes life possible. Electrical currents in turn generate tiny magnetic fields in the surrounding space.
An example of this is the electrocardiogram, which uses electrodes on the surface of the body, and informs clinicians about the electrical activities of the heart. Even smaller currents and potentials are picked up around our head with an electroencephalogram (EEG).
In specially shielded rooms, using specific technologies, scientists can also record the tiny magnetic fields originating in the brain or the heart at some distance from the body. All tissues and organs produce specific magnetic pulsations that collectively are called bio-magnetic fields.
"If we accept that sound is vibration and we know vibration touches every part of our physical being, then we understand that sound is heard not only through our ears but through every cell in our bodies"
Dr Mitchelle Gaynor