The healing power of sound

February 28, 2012

Anger, Energy healing, Fear

Sound also can be used to release the energy stored in our bodies and restore our cells and organs to health.

by Stacey Badger — 

Sound — it surrounds us. As long as we live in the physical world, we are in the presence of sound. Even if we do not hear sounds, we feel them as vibrations, which can move our hearts and bring us to tears. Or they can cause us to feel uneasy or irritated.

Anyone who listens to music is aware that sound is intimately connected with emotion. Every cell and organ in the body responds to sound and to music, and the resulting emotions they provoke.

Research has shown that particular organs in the body hold and store emotion. For example, the feeling from a violent-sounding voice from childhood, which produced fear, may still be stored in the kidneys. Anger may be stored in the liver. Until this energy is released, our bodies can suffer.

Sound also can be used to release the energy stored in our bodies and restore our cells and organs to health. With the help of sound and vibration, we can help our organs “remember” their original state of good health.

If any part of your body is out of harmony, you can do simple things to begin the healing process using your own voice. A healer or a physician also can help, if needed.

Here are some simple ways you can start the healing process:

  1. Breathe in deeply and exhale with a sigh. Repeat this several times to relax your body.
  2. Let yourself feel your body. If there is a part of your body that is not at ease and feels pain, then just become aware of it, but do not focus on it. Focus instead on the part of your body that is flowing and at ease.
  3. Move to the sound of music. Put on a song you like and begin to move in whatever way is comfortable for you. Listen to many types of music so that you experience moving to different rhythms. This movement will help the energy flow through you and open up a space in the part of your body that may be in pain or discomfort. If you are still in pain or having difficulty, try moving gently. Do not force or push your body in any way.
  4. Sing to your body. Show your body that you love it. Sing to those parts that do not feel good. Let your body know that you are grateful for all it does. Let your cells know how much you love them.

One of the greatest healing instruments we possess is the human voice. Use that instrument for your own healing and sing your song. Your cells and your body are waiting to hear you.


Stacey Badger is a shamanic healer who conducts private sessions.

Reprinted from AzNetNews, Volume 28, Number  5, Oct/Nov 2009.

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