Science of Sound...why exactly does therapeutic sound work?






Sound is so much more than "something that sounds good". Sound organizes matter, both solids and liquids. Sound creates complex geometric patterns in water, patterns that change as frequencies change. Given that two thirds of the human body is water, this has profound implications for healing and self-healing.


Join YCT! for this Free Science Of Sound Discussion with 2x Cancer Survivor & Music Composer Chris Cherney. Sound has been used for thousands of years as a tool of healing. Why does it work? It's not a hypothetical question for me, as sound and music were integral for me each time I survived cancer. Sound is so much more than "something that sounds good". Sound organizes matter, both solids and liquids. Sound creates complex geometric patterns in water, patterns that change as frequencies change. Given that two thirds of the human body is water, this has profound implications for healing and self-healing. Ultrasonic sound can levitate droplets of water. Tiny tuning forks are being implanted into tumors so that they can be activated at the resonant frequency which blows up the tumor. (Think Ella Fitzgerald and the wine glass.) There are so many vibrations we do not perceive, both light and sound. What do they do? How do they effect us?

It is impossible to get well when the body is in fight or flight. Sound initiates the relaxation response into rest and digest, so critical for healing. How does it bring about this shift?

It is my hope to demonstrate why some of the tools that saved me worked and, by extension, how and why they might help you.



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