If we now know that everything has a resonant frequency, then in relation to the human form, our bones, organs and the chakras all possess a different resonant frequency, and hold their own form of consciousness. And so, if one part of the body isn’t working optimally or feeling good, it would mean the vibration is out of tune, so to speak. We call it having ‘dis-ease’.
When a body is healthy, every cell, every organ, is creating a harmonious resonance with the entire being.
Vibrational medicine is based on the idea that all illness or disease is characterised by a blockage in the channels on some level, whether it be the nadis, arteries, veins, nerves, and so on. Sound and light resonance can break-up, dissolve, and release these blockages. A present-day example of this is the high intensity focussed ultrasound (HIFU) procedure, which aims to kill cancer cells with high-frequency sound waves.
One of the first documented crystal singing bowls can be found over 4,000 years ago in China. Ancient civilizations of India, Asia, Africa and Europe, among Aboriginals and Native Americans, practised using sound to heal, and the idea of achieving balance from within has existed for many years and in many different forms. Nearly every culture has appointed sound to uplift, harmonise, destroy or create something within the community or the individual, at some point.
In the Tibetan culture, bells, chimes, metal bowls and chanting are the foundation to spiritual practice and the belief system. Native Americans and Aboriginal leaders and shamans use vocal toning and the repeated creative rhythm from instruments made from nature to purify and balance the spirit. In Ancient Egypt, the priests knew how to use vowel sounds to connect to their energy centres (or ‘chakras’ in Sanskrit), introducing the theory of a direct sound resonance relationship to specific parts of the body.
The sound of a quartz crystal bowl, the “music” it can emit, is a pure holographic template of radiant light that responds to the octave of sound within our being. And, since sound can be translated into colour, the body can be seen as an auric colour field, which reflects the emotional state of consciousness and thus the physiological status.