The modality of healing with sound vibration dates back to prehistoric times. Indigenous cultures around the world have used primal rhythm and chanting for healing and altering consciousness from time immemorial.

We are vibrational beings. Everything in the universe is in a state of vibration, including every part of our body.

Dr. Hans Jenny of Switzerland demonstrated that liquids, metal filings and sands take on different shapes depending on the frequencies to which they are subjected. These cymatic experiments show that sound has the ability to change the structure of molecules. Since the body

is composed mostly of liquids, it is easy to understand how sound can reorganize discordant energies to realign with the body's natural rhythms. 

Sound is used in ritual and ceremony as a way of creating sacred space. Group chanting harmonizes the energies and aligns the frequencies of participants.This alignment can be directed by the ceremonialist.

Voice is one of the most powerful vehicles for entering into altered states of consciousness. It can create a bridge between the worlds that awakens the luminous body.

Many structures built on the planet, especially ancient sacred sites have information stored within the stone. In the same way, the bones of the skeletal system also hold information. Sound can unlock doorways within bone that allows this ancient information to flow into our bodies, assisting us in remembering our divine purpose.

Today sound healing practitioners incorporate crystal and Tibetan bowls, bells, gongs, tuning forks, drums, rattles and voice,in a variety of therapeutic

modalities focused on conscious intention.