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Welcome to Wisdom Healing Qigong
This page contains various types of practice
For Sound Healing
A Core practice of Wisdom Healing Qigong
For more extensive, deeper practice, consider doing an online Sound Healing course, which you will find on www.chicenter.com
This set is beautiful and inspirational. It does not include the Purification System or the Respiratory System.
This is a great introduction to Sound Healing, including all sounds except brain. The timings are provided for each of the segments of this long practice.
10:00 Chi Field Setting
18:00 Heart Sound
26:30 Kidney System Sounds
34:00 Digestive System Sounds
41:45 Liver-Purification Sounds
47:45 Lung-Respiratory System Sounds
52:10 Haola Blessing & Meditation (All Is Well and Getting Better)
1 Hour, 18 minutes
This Youtube video includes all of the Sound Healing sounds, along with deep meditations. This is classic Mingtong Gu, very deep, very healing.
Practice this sound for increasing energy and lifting your spirit, no matter what the circumstances!
In this video, you see the effects on water of various sounds such as Tibetan chanting, Luciano Pavarotti singing, and other types of music. My favorites start at about 7 minutes and include the hilarious jumping of a corn starch solution. We humans are about 60% water, so imagine the effects of sounds on our bodies.
Hans-Jenny Cymatics Video
Watch the way various frequencies of sound organize random particles of sand into beautiful patterns. Then visualize-imagine how vibrations of sound can affect the body.
A new technology, the Cymascope, shows the effect of sound on water and reproduces it in music and imagery, offering some insight into the power of sound (and sound healing) on our bodies. In this video, Debussy's Clair de Lune is the music that is made visible. Researchers hope to continue their work by doing experiments with the Cymascope on human blood to ascertain the healing properties of sound.
This mind-boggling video from PBS describes how detecting gravitational waves helps us "listen" to the Universe. These waves travel unimpeded through the entire Universe and right through us and everything around us. Based on the work of astrophysicist Daniel Holz and the LIGO gravitational wave detector.