Thompsons practice and research also works a great deal with brainwave entrainment. In simple terms, brainwave entrainment involves changing brainwave patterns and states of consciousness with sound frequency vibration patterns. Calling it a brain gym to enlightenment, Thompson said that through brainwave entrainment, sound can alter a persons state of mind, helping them be more focused or more relaxed, and can even help a person enter a trance-like state. Mandle has her own way of explaining the phenomena of sounds effects on the body. She specializes in playing authentic Tibetan instruments, and said that when used properly, You are awakening dormant energies to better balance the wholeness of a person. Mandle has studied primarily Tibetan teachings about energy and sound healing for about the past 20 years, and with that training and experience she can feel how sound affects people and uses it to promote physical and spiritual healing.
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Kosharey Rhythm Therapeutics: Healing with Sound and Movement
Others healers around the world use similar sound healing techniques with different instruments. Pucci uses her voice like a “focused laser” because its the instrument she uses best. Photo: Mike Kepka, The Chronicle Sound healer Sharon Pucci blows loud tones into Elisabeth Lhoest’s… Sound healer, Sharon Pucci feels Elisabeth Lhoest’s foot after toning loud vocal vibrations in an effort to release pain. Photo: Mike Kepka, The Chronicle Sound healer, Sharon Pucci feels Elisabeth Lhoest’s foot after… Elisabeth Lhoest’s pauses for a minute after a sound healing treatment performed by Sharon Pucci on her back and feet.
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Sharon Pucci, vocal coach, provides sound healing
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Such embodied movement is the result of an integration of body and mind, of particular benefit to people with neuro-motor deficits. In Primal Rhythms therapy, clients are engaged in a form of Vision Quest. During the first phase of this ritual, the client is placed in a healing oasis with an island of sound at its core. Then the body is transitioned into a digital acoustic center while his /her body is stroked with sound vibrations that radiate and pulsate in true surround sound. The final return phase for this healing with sound is provided by a program of quiet acoustics.
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