by Leigh Ann Phillips
Recently I had the privilege to be a guest blogger at TheBrainFairy.com, speaking about sound healing and the brain. They also mentioned my album, Dawn Mountain in another posting about Music as a Healing Tool After Brain Injury.
I wanted to share my blog post in its entirety as well, as it is based on a lot of the foundation of my work with Sound Healing.
“I call utilizing sound in a session a “sonic massage.” The sound literally goes through the entire body. You can literally feel the sound going all the way through. That is the vibration. With a regular massage, we bump up against muscles and other tissues. The sound and vibration are carried by something called the essentic wave. It is similar to how massage works. This “wave” works through touch and sound, which is why when we receive a Swedish massage our brain states slow. It is the same with a “sonic” massage.”
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