Healing through Sound (Unabridged) Healing through Sound (Unabridged)

Healing through Sound (Unabridged‪)‬

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Publisher Description

• Shows how sound, even humming, can change the body’s tissues, rearrange posture, and release long-held emotional trauma and stress

• Explains how to listen deeply to the body and discover the rhythms of the areas to be treated as well as how to intuit the sounds required for healing

• Offers practices to help you immediately release tension and explains how to use your voice to release emotional conflicts so your body can naturally heal

You are made of sound—listen deeply to the rhythms and stories of your audible body that ask to be noticed and integrated. With the power of the voice, you can heal your body layer by layer, awakening your cells while releasing long-held tensions, stress, and emotional trauma.

In this guide, pioneer sound healer Vickie Dodd shares her system for addressing trauma locked in the physical body with the potent healing quality of sound. Touching on the functions of the nervous system and the parasympathetic breath, she explains how sound travels the inner pathways of the body, eliciting responses from the memory of tissues and muscles while bypassing the mind. Sound can change the body’s tissues, rearrange posture, and release undigested emotional experiences. With experiential exercises, you can explore how to listen precisely and discover the rhythms of the areas of the body to be treated as well as how to intuit the sounds required for healing—your unique soundprint. Singing love songs to your shadow, you will transform negative patterns into harmonious ones and discover the grace and peace that arise as your body’s tales and tissues come to rest. Sound truly allows you to dialogue effectively with your body for release, restoration, and renewed vitality.

GENRE
Religion & Spirituality
NARRATOR
VD
Vickie Dodd
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
05:36
hr min
AVAILABLE
2024
July 30
PUBLISHER
Simon & Schuster/ Inner Traditions
SIZE
224.1
MB