Our body heals itself through sound vibrations (frequencies) in the form of music, which are light, which carry information, which are energy, which are vibration, producing resonance in our being; illuminating it, readjusting it and, therefore, healing it.
The subtlety, the tenderness and the charm are always present in this musical theme that reminds us through long and slow sounds the combination of major and minor tones.
This therapy uses music and some of its elements such as sound, melody, rhythm and harmony to assist the physical, mental, social and cognitive needs of the person.
Music helps us build the spirits of the other; Feed our own souls. In all the lessons we learn about the violin – how to play in tone and time and on the right side of the string – let’s not forget that one.
Music has taken a lot of importance in the affective, psychological, educational and social development of the human being;
“Experience shows that the more the father participates in the preparation for childbirth, the more he can support and give emotional support to the woman during and after it.
Introduction to Musician Therapy
The organization of the event considers that bringing together about 1,600 (one thousand six hundred) students in a single scenario under the same cause, could be considered a Guinness record.
Christmas Carols Tagged as stimulants to improve the quality of life in terminally ill patients, December, electroacoustic and organic sounds, elements of nature, geriatric, limbic and generally for the common people, pre and post pregnancy, psychiatric.
Solfeggio frequencies are sound frequencies used for healing purposes. The history of these healing sounds is fascinating. It turns out that such sounds were sung accurately in the context of ancient Gregorian chants, but the exact frequency, technique and knowledge of their healing properties were lost somehow later in the history of mankind. It wasRead More
Since immemorial times throughout history, many studies have shown the effect that musical sounds exert on the human being in his way of acting and expressing his emotions. Studies have been published in which a post-mortem analysis has been carried out, comparing brains that during their lives were stimulated musically and brains that by distanceRead More
Relaxation and music therapy for postoperative pain Relaxation techniques and music therapy are often used as an aid to management of the discomfort and to balance analgesia and side effects in patients about to undergo surgery. Sources were used Medline (1982-1995), “Cumulative Index of Nursing” and “Allied Health Literature” (1982-1995) along with “PsychLit” (1971-1995) asRead More