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Cymatics: A Phenomenon In Sound Healing

We wouldn’t be able to get the benefits of sound therapy if not for Cymatics. 

What is Cymatics? 

Cymatics is the study of visible sound and vibration. It is the visual display of sound and a form of sound therapy that is not applied through hearing, but by audible sound waves directly into the body through the skin by instruments or sound healing tools, such as tuning forks.

Additionally, it displays the effects of vibration on matter. It was Hans Jenny, a Swiss medical doctor, who coined the word Cymatics. The word is derived from the Greek word “kuma” which means wave. 

Today, sound healers believe that all parts of the body vibrate, which produced sound, either at unhealthy or healthy frequencies. With that, sound has the ability to rearrange the structure of molecules, 

Cymatics therapists claim that sound and Cymatics therapy have treated incurable and terminable diseases. The therapy has been used patients with tumors, bacterial or viral infections, internal bruises, blood diseases, and other health problems. 

However, they acknowledge that there are individuals who are unaffected by sound therapy. 

When the cells and organs are in a near-optimal environment, it becomes easier for the body to heal itself without the intervention of drugs or surgery. 

Keep in mind that this type of sound therapy doesn’t directly heal, rather, it creates a better environment for the organs and cells in the body. 

Albeit Cymatics isn’t widely accepted by medical doctors, many individuals have proven to have been helped by sound alone. Today, the devices used to perform Cymatic therapy can only be used by alternative practitioners, such as acupuncturists, osteopaths, and chiropractors. To perform the therapy, specific training is required to operate the machines.

The world of Cymatics, indeed, provides a different view and understanding how sound affects us. It somehow confirms the fact that everything we see as hard objects are continuously vibrating at their own rates.