Episode 226: The Effects of Sound Healing on the Intense Sensitivities with Rosie Warburton
Instruments and tools for sound healing can help regulate and soothe a very sensitive nervous system like mine and yours. In this episode, my friend Rosie Warburton teaches all about sound and how it helps maintain the balance of vibration and energy of the mind and body.
Join me in this episode of Someone Gets Me —The Effects of Sound Healing on the Intense Sensitivities with Rosie Warburton ▶️
Key points covered in this episode:
✔️ Rosie shares her origin story. Being so hypersensitive to sound as a kid, she upset her nervous system and had meltdowns because she couldn’t handle sound or loud noises in general. “It’s really interesting to me that that’s what became my gift of being able to offer sound as a healing modality. It’s also what has allowed me to be able to attune to other people who have intense sensitivities, whether it’s on the physical, auditory and emotional levels.”
✔️ Sound waves affect our whole bioenergetic system. It moves on the physical level. Even though one can no longer hear it with the ears, many are unaware that those vibrations continue to progress and affect the brain on an energetic level.
✔️ The body is like a symphony orchestra. Everything in the physical world is resonating, and everything is vibrating — even our body. Therefore, the bones, the nerves, the blood, the organs and their different components all have particular frequencies.
✔️ Helping others heal is like playing the gong. To bring the best, fullest sound out of the gong is by approaching it really slowly, gently and allowing that sound to emerge. For Rosie, it’s very much the same as her approach to doing hands-on healing work. A sound healer and licensed massage therapist, she starts encouraging things with sound, touch, and intention to help people relax and let go with a sense of safety.
✔️ Brain tuners are very effective tools. Commit to creating an environment when your right and left hemispheres of the brain get balanced. Instruments like tuning forks that can make very specific frequencies are simple tools that are incredibly effective in helping lower your cortisol levels and balance serotonin and melatonin.
Rosie Warburton is an international sound healing practitioner, educator and Licensed Massage Therapist. She has been immersed in the exploration of healing with sound, music and frequency for the past 25 years. Rosie is an advanced practitioner and pioneer in the field of VibroAcoustic Sound Therapy.
As a sound healing practitioner, she has studied vocal toning, overtone singing, mantra, chanting and kirtan, drum therapy, healing with Pythagorean tuning forks and many forms of vibrational healing, including Qi Gong, Reiki and Quantum Touch.
From 2005- 2012 she owned and operated the Sound Body Wholistic Health Center in St. Petersburg, Florida, a wellness center dedicated to the study and practice of sound as a healing modality. She is an approved continuing education provider to massage therapists in Florida and has taught hundreds of therapists how they can integrate sound into their personal and professional practice.
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