Sound therapy has been found effective in treating a surprising range of health challenges including heart disease, arthritis, stress, emphysema, and more. On Self-Healing with Sound and Music, bestselling author and physician Dr. Andrew Weil teams up with sound therapist Kimba Arem to offer listeners a powerful new tool for healing in two sessions.
In Session One, Dr. Weil discusses the latest in medical research that demonstrates how music heals the body and mind, while Kimba Arem teaches breathing and vocalization techniques for harnessing this potential. Session Two gives listeners just the music: a complete sound journey into expanded states of consciousness optimized for healing. Through an integration of ambient beats, natural sounds, indigenous and classical instruments, and a state-of-the-art recording process called Holophonic technology that creates a three-dimensional healing space, listeners experience prescription-strength music with the power to influence every system of the body.
Useful for relaxation, meditation, bodywork, or creative endeavors, Self-Healing with Sound and Music features didjeridoo, Native American and Celtic flutes, Tibetan and crystal bowls, keyboards, and voice.
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Review for Self-Healing with Sound & Music Review by Janice T
I am pleased and am enjoying this CD set on many levels. Thank you for offering it. (Posted on October 3, 2014)
Review for Self-Healing with Sound & Music Review by HEALTONE
No Doubt Healing sounds are the most effective, affordable and easy alternative to release pain and perilous diseases. Sound therapy helps people to regain the peace of mind and relaxes the nerves. This is a natural process which has no side effects.
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Review for Self-Healing with Sound & Music Review by Laurie B
Excellent CD. I really like the detailed explanation about the different brain waves and toning.
I have been listening to this almost daily! (Posted on February 18, 2014)
Review for Self-Healing with Sound & Music Review by A N G
This is good, and I like to listen to it. But, Vibrational Sound Healing is definitely better. (Posted on March 17, 2013)
Review for Self-Healing with Sound & Music Review by Carollyn H
I was fine with the music. I would like to know of music that is considered suitable for Eye Movement Desentisation and Reprocessing. loved the sounds, I don't know if it is suitable for EMDR. I am a pactitioner. (Posted on January 21, 2013)
Review for Self-Healing with Sound & Music Review by Elisabeth Torra
Very good (Posted on December 14, 2011)
Review for Self-Healing with Sound & Music Review by Laura Castor
As someone who with periodic insomnia for as long back as I can remember, I can't speak enthusiastically enough about the sounds on this CD. Andrew Weil and Kimba Arem's experience and insights are fascinating as well as extremely helpful! (Posted on October 26, 2011)
Review for Self-Healing with Sound & Music Review by Cathy
Beautiful, relaxing music on the second cd, I was disappointed in the theory part though. Not only it drifted off topic a lot (chakra systems, breathwork) which is a bad idea in such a short course, but some of the examples given to illustrate the points were very unscientific: like water experiments by a Japanese guy (dont remember the name) which didn't get any confirmation in independent research (I read critical, scientific review of them some time ago). I expected more from A.Weil as I have his 'Breathwork' cd and that one is really informative and practical. (Posted on October 5, 2011)
Review for Self-Healing with Sound & Music Review by Barbara Bergonzi
fantastic. (Posted on September 30, 2011)
Review for Self-Healing with Sound & Music Review by Debbie Dickinson
recommend highly. enjoyed the music (Posted on May 2, 2011)
|Contents||2 CDs (135 minutes)|
|Date Published||October 01, 2004|
|Dimensions||5 3/4 x 5 inches|
|Contents||Audio Download (135 minutes)|
|Filetypes||M4B, MP3, PDF, ZIP|
|Date Published||October 01, 2004|