2021 Sound Healing Summit
Program & Replays
Sound Therapy: Medicine of the Future
Mainstream medicine primarily treats symptoms and diseases by use of drugs, while root causes of symptoms, including emotions, are often neglected. Since the development of quantum physics, discoveries made in medical physics reveal the body as a complex interplay of biofields, in which 'energy information' flows. Listen to John Stuart Reid as he discusses how sound therapy and music medicine can be viewed as two forms of ‘energy medicine’ that are based on either whole-body immersion in specific sound frequencies, or in music.
In This Session:
- Find out how music enhances nitric oxide production through active and passive stimulation of the nasal cavities and lungs, resulting in many health benefits
- How music and specific frequencies promote pain mediation through stimulation of the body’s nociceptors, operating the ‘pain gate' and production of natural opiates
- Discover how music increases the availability of oxygen binding by low frequency sound pressure, aiding the body's repair mechanisms and reducing chronic inflammation
John Stuart Reid
Acoustics pioneer, John Stuart Reid's mission is to educate, inspire, and excite the world in the field of visible sound, known as “Faraday Waves.” This fast growing field is also referred to as “cymatics.” Reid points out how sound underpins almost all matter in the universe, was a potent force in the creation of life in the primordial oceans, and also carries the power to heal life.
In his frequent lectures, John reveals groundbreaking information on the mechanisms that underpin sound therapy, and how they can be applied to improve health naturally.
His CymaScope invention has changed our perception of sound forever by giving us the ability to "see" sound and better understand this omnipresent aspect of our world and universe. His cymatics research is helping to elevate this important new field in the scientific and medical arenas, including a study on differentiating between the sounds emitted by healthy cells and cancer cells, published in the Water Journal. In Reid’s words, “The old adage 'seeing is believing' takes on an important new meaning: To see the sounds that create light and life is to open a new window on our world — one that has been veiled for all time, until now.”