Everything in life is created from vibrations or frequencies. Some things vibrate quickly and can be more malleable or intensely vibrant while other things vibrate more slowly bringing a dense feeling. Our physical body, thoughts and emotions are also made of different frequencies and vibrations. Sound therapy helps us reveal where we may be out of tune with ourselves or our environment and how to find our balance. With this awareness, we can choose to bring harmony into our body, mind and spirit.
Each organ and emotion resonates with specific tones. When an emotion becomes stronger or weaker, its vibration also increases or decreases. When stressed, it will vibrate more intensely, and when sluggish, it will vibrate very softly. The same is true of the thoughts in our mind. We are a symphony that is continually playing the best masterpiece never heard. We are the music of life.
Our sound therapist, Geoff Lamden, uses tuning forks on and off the body to help bring it back into balance. Different techniques are used to open up organs and neural pathways that are closed off and/or weak, or to calm overactive emotions, thoughts and stations of the body. This can all be done in the office or certain practices may be suggested for home.
Geoff’s favorite tool to tune someone with is the didgeridoo (an ancient Australian aboriginal instrument). Its deep primal tone helps reset and settle the body, mind and spirit in a way that is enlivening and calming at the same time. The didgeridoo is played over the body to move excessive energy and help remove blockages that form over time and to fill in cracks and holes where energy may be low or leaking. He also puts to use a wide array of singing bowls. These sounds have been used for thousands of years to help bring the mind into a peaceful yet awakened state, which some call self-realization. Geoff has the knowledge of a naturopath and the heart of musician, creating a sound mind, sound body experience.
“We came from vibration.
And so, We shall return.”