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Kaori is a sound healer, certified Usui Reiki Master (a member of IARP), certified singing bowl sound healing, and Ho’oponopono practitioner. Her life has been aligned with a natural and holistic approach. She is a strong believer that much more is to be discovered by the power of Sound Healing. She is eager to assist people who are seeking alternative healing as therapy and personal growth.
Compliments clinical therapy and psychological counseling programs
provides a surge of personal energy that continues for days or even weeks afterward.
As it helps calm the mind and body, and assists in the management of pain and stress. It has being used also as an important part of the healing process for cancer patients. Sound Healing has a scientific basis in neuroscience and physics, but there are many aspects that seem to defy explanation still. Sound energy healing focuses on creating vibrations that improve overall health physically and mentally.
Why sound healing is very popular now? What is sound? It is a series of energy waves bound in space and time. Every atom at the smallest level is actually energy waves. Everything we experience in this life consists of different frequencies of sound. We are a combination of different sound frequencies. This is why when you hear your favorite song, your entire physical, mental and emotional state changes quickly. When the ancient sounds of Tibetan bowls or a gong is played, our cellular memory from our ancestral lineages remembers that these sounds have been played for thousands of years. Your cells begin to vibrate with the energetic sound of vitality rippling out in sympathetic resonance inviting all other cells to join in the harmony.
Sound healing has been used to clear negative energy from a space and to bring the mind into the present moment. Spiritually, it has been used to open up the inner vision of the third eye. It also creates a healing connection to share the positive energy between the practitioner and the receiver. Sound healing is a very powerful tool to balance the Chakras.
A tuning fork is a fork-shaped acoustic resonator used in many applications to produce a fixed tone. The main reason for using the fork shape is, unlike many other types of resonators, it produces a very pure tone, with most of the energy obtained from the vibration at the fundamental frequency. Applications range from body pain relief, relaxation, and rejuvenating one’s body and mood during grief and depression, including therapeutic sound healing effects on the nervous system.
Gongs have been used as ceremonial and healing instruments and a method of communication for thousands of years. Its vibration is powerful and gives a holistic resonance in the body and a spontaneous meditative state in the mind. Experience a sense of expanded awareness and wholeness, and an intense sense of letting go. Gong is a highly effective instrument to enhance a sound bath.
Chakras are made up of plexi (multiple plexus) that run the length of the spine. Each plexus is a bundle of nerves, blood, lymph, and chemical pathways. Each plexus sends the information it receives from proprioceptive receptors to the brain via the central nervous system. Matter moves within the Nadis that make up these energetic centers and when our vibrational patterns are off the flow of energy through the various Chakra centers shifts. This activates sensations, aspects of being, and psychological effects.
Reiki is a Japanese form of alternative medicine called energy healing. Reiki practitioners use a technique called palm healing or hands-on healing through which a "universal energy" is said to be transferred through the palms of the practitioner to the patient in order to encourage emotional or physical healing.
According to a study conducted by The Post Traumatic Stress Disorder Alliance, 70% of adults have experienced trauma, and 5% have PTSD. Sound Healing is a great addition to the primary care from a doctor.