MIND 22nd February 2017

Sound Medicine: The healing power of sound

  • Our bodies are made up of energy fields known as chakras
  • A blockage in these fields causes an imbalance, leading to a range of illnesses
  • Can sound therapy end years of pain and suffering?

Sound therapy is an alternative medicine which uses musical tools and instruments to restore homeostasis in the body. Its practitioners believe it has the healing power to end sickness in seconds.

So how exactly does it work?

By striking Tuning Forks, a vibrating impulse is created.  A practitioner then places the forks onto the specific body part in need of healing. According to Raj Bachu, pharmacist and founder of the Sai Nutrition Centre in London, our bones, organs, and tissues vibrate to different frequencies. By using an instrument that mimics the same sound frequency, a healing effect is said to take place.

Sound therapy also works in conjunction with the body’s natural energy centers ‘chakras’.  

‘Each chakra is located throughout our body so that it correlates to specific body ailment and physical dysfunctions. When we have a physical issue, it creates weaknesses in our emotional behavior. When we release the stale energy from the body, it can undo any tightness, stiffness, or malfunction of that area.’  (www.mindbodygreen.com)

Using tuning forks, blocked energy is released from our chakras along with physical symptoms.

At his clinic, Raj has treated over ten thousand patients for conditions including heart disease, cancer, arthritis, diabetes, vitamin deficiencies, and hormonal imbalances.

Using sound therapy, Raj successfully raised three patients up and out of their wheelchairs to walk again,  cured a panic attack on the spot, and alleviated ten years of nerve damage and chronic neck pain for Serena, following a severe car accident. Click here to see Raj’s miracles at work.


Emotional and physical pain are signs that we are not in balance. Using sound therapy as a mechanism to restore our natural state may be the cheapest, noninvasive and effective therapy flying under the radar.


As always, pushing for health.




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