9 HEALING PROPERTIES OF MUSIC
Music throughout a person’s life affects him and affects him soothingly or healingly.
The music therapist and researcher Don Campbell develops his views on how music and sound affect human functions, and how they contribute to the recovery of a host of diseases.
According to immunological studies when the amount of oxygen in the blood is inadequate, it is most likely to lead to immune deficiency and degenerative diseases.
Cells can be oxygenated better with the help of certain types of music, as well as song, chanting and various types of vocal expression.
It has been observed that some types of music make people eat faster and larger amounts of food.
Our perception of space
Music is a sound wallpaper. It can make our environment look lighter, more spacious and more sophisticated, or it can make our space look more neat, more efficient and energetic. Some types of music, therefore, can improve the brain’s ability to perceive the physical world, form mental images, and recognize variations between objects. In other words, music can affect the way we experience the area around us. Slow music contains more room in its tones than fast music.
Our perception of time
Some types of music help to soothe an anxious atmosphere. In some cases, it gives the impression of immobilizing time.
Memory and learning
Some types of music allow many people to get together, to study better or to memorize. Others are gathered for longer periods, and others may work upside down: Their music distracts.
Productivity – Sexuality
The breadth of the effects or effects of Music on man has made it irreplaceable in the lives of millions of people. It helps increase productivity, it is a wonderful companion, it cultivates the mood of learning or allows you to work cheerfully, with interest and no trace of anxiety. It also creates an atmosphere, releases feelings, and adequately addresses restraint and fear or distrust in the reactions of the other. Music favors romances, releases sexuality. Music can inspire a passion or eliminate it.
Feeling of safety and well-being
“Safe” music is not necessarily nice, slow or romantic. Folk music of every generation not only gives voice to its collective concerns but also creates a sound retreat.
From the moment of the birth of civilization, people work with accompanying songs on farms and fields, on ships and on horses, markets and outcounts. Music “cultivates” endurance and patience. Using intense rhythms – around 90 beats per minute – gives strength, especially when combined with physical exercise, such as walking or dancing.
Music increases subconscious receptivity to symbolism. New experimental therapies have used relaxation, combined with music, to draw from the subconscious and release traumatic experiences that have been locked for a long time in the body.
Dimitris Psychas, graduate Sound Engineer, member of the Sound Healers Association
Source: Don Campbell: The Effect of Mozart Philomania Publications