Using Sound for Health and Spiritual Wholeness
May 31, 2013 11:37AM
People that are looking for ways to improve their health and sense of well-being—physical, mental and spiritual—can be aided by use of a special tool we already possess: our voice.
Using sound in the form of mantras (a sound, syllable, word or group of words) is an ancient tradition for raising consciousness. Scientists are researching just how sound can impact the brain. Certain types of classical music, such as that written by Mozart, Beethoven and Bach, seem to produce the positive effects of speeding learning and increasing memory retention. Dr. Masaru Emoto, in his book, Hidden Messages in Water, reveals that molecules of water are affected by our thoughts, words and feelings. The use of sound is powerful and can be traced to Christian, Jewish, Hindu and Buddhist traditions of prayer, chanting and singing.
Since the recent dawn of the astrological Aquarian Age, the use of sound as a science is now available to everyone. We can add visualization and color to the use of sound to produce very positive effects in our own world. Praying out loud or using God's name, I AM, are part of this science. Because we are inherently divine beings, when we align our thoughts and our voice for a certain purpose, miracles can happen.
Two things occur when we use the science of the spoken word: it brings us closer to our higher self and it increases the current of God's spiritual energy flowing into our being. To learn more, read The Creative Power of Sound - Affirmations to Create, Heal and Transform, by Elizabeth Clare Prophet.