World Sound Healing Day, celebrated on February 14 every year, brings people from all around the planet together. They intone the heart sound “AH” for a good few minutes with the intention of radiating love. Did you know that there are several healing sounds, each with different benefits? Yes, healing sounds have been proven to heal our minds and souls. But this is not it, the World Sound Healing Day is much more than people coming together to tone the heart sound. The intention is to create healing vibrations to heal people and our planet.
History of World Sound Healing Day
On World Sound Healing Day, hundreds and thousands of people across the world will be creating healing sounds with a pure intention of love and compassion to send a sonic valentine to the Gaia Matrix — Mother Earth. This is our attempt to raise the consciousness of all sentient beings. In essence, sound healing is a practice that uses the natural vibrations from sounds like vocal instruments, gongs, bowls, and tuning forks to relax your mind and body. Some even claim that healing sounds can even help cure insomnia and anxiety. The science behind these healing sounds is that these vibrations lower blood pressure, improve circulation, reduce respiratory rates, and calm our minds and body.
According to Jonathan Goldman, the founder of World Sound Healing Day, the healing sound can be any vocal sound. This includes ah, hum, om, e.t.c., or any tone like a crystal bowl, Tibetan bell, didgeridoo, or any instrument like the piano, violin, drum, flute, guitar, and Sitar. In fact, any kind of music performance or sonic presentation you would like to make.
This event is not just for sound healers, meditators, and peace activists. All lovers of humanity and sentient consciousness can participate in this event. The time for creating these healing sounds along with other people is at noon at any time zone. The only thing you need to remember is that you’re creating healing sounds for the main goal of achieving harmony and peace on Earth.
World Sound Healing Day timeline
Jonathan Goldman establishes the Sound Healers Association in Lexington, Massachusetts.
The First World Sound Healing Day is celebrated by people worldwide.
Goldman is inducted into the Massage Therapy Hall of Fame.
More and more people around the world experience the power of healing sounds.
World Sound Healing Day FAQs
What is sound healing and what are the benefits?
Sound healing is thought to treat stress, depression, anxiety, post-traumatic stress disorder (P.T.S.D.), sleep problems, and chronic pain. The cells of the body are in harmony and bring healing.
How does music heal the body?
The ancient Greeks used music to cure mental disorders. Sound has always been used to help people work faster, and influence and boost morale.
What are sound healing bowls and how do they work?
They are used to restore the vibrational frequency of the body because of the extensive range of sounds they produce. According to Jevon Dangeli, a hypnotherapy expert, “the healing process takes place through entraining our brainwaves to synchronize with the perfect resonance of the bowls.”
World Sound Healing Day Activities
Join the event
Well, the greatest way in which you can celebrate World Sound Healing Day is by joining the global event! You can create healing sounds on February 14 to bring forth harmony and peace.
Experience the healing therapy
What’s better than playing, participating in the World Sound Healing Day event? Yes, you guessed it right, you can experience the sound healing therapy yourself to calm your body and soul.
Spread the word
Healing sounds is one of the ancient yet modern ways of healing therapy, and the reason behind this is enthusiasts like you spreading the goodness of healing sounds! Take this opportunity and spread the word about the benefits of healing sounds!
5 Pleasing Facts About Sound Healing That You Should Hear
Music was never discovered
It is inherent to each person, which is why it can be used for healing.
The Greeks may have discovered it
Healing with sounds is believed to date back to Ancient Greece.
Cows love music
The majority of cows which listen to music produce more milk than other cows.
Healing sounds might be better than drugs
Research has been shown that music therapy is more effective than prescription drugs in reducing anxiety.
Tuning fork and acupuncture
Tuning fork therapy supposedly works like acupuncture, where sound frequencies are used instead of needles.
Why We Love World Sound Healing Day
Music therapy treats symptoms
Music therapy is not just some trend that’s going to fade away in a while. It has been proven to treat symptoms of a number of conditions including anxiety, depression, and even cancer.
It brings people together
Participating in World Sound Healing Day and creating healing sounds with others across the world for peace and harmony is awesome. It is a life-changing event that everyone must try at least once in their lifetime.
It can help someone in need
You might not be interested in sound healing or healing therapy. But someone you know might need this, and World Sound Healing Day is a perfect way to spread awareness.
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