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The Physics and Biophysics of Sound “Healing”

William Softky
Why We Recommend This – New science is showing that sound can recalibrate moods and nervous systems. This is empowering on its own, and also offers supporting evidence of the emerging unified field theory.

The fashionable intelligence at The New York Times has declared sound baths are everywhere, and it’s true. Well-educated people like myself now routinely spend a couple dozen dollars for a few hours in a quiet room listening to ringing gongs, thrumming bowls and shaking rattles.

Those special-purpose sonic environments are technically called “sound baths,” but both aspiration and experience prefer the colloquial term “sound healing.” Sound baths do, in fact, make one feel “healed” just like a good massage does.

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