Uses and Applications for Sound Feelings Music
Music for Stress Release stress, pain, insomnia, addictions, smoking, cardiovascular illnesses, post-traumatic-stress syndrome, TMJ, panic disorder/anxiety
Music for Weight Loss overweight, anorexia, bulimia, depression, low self-esteem
Music for Children stress, creative or emotional blocks, anger, fear, sadness, hyperactivity, attention deficit disorder, inner child processing (adults)
Music for Birth stress and insomnnia for the pregnant woman, anxiety and pain during birth, colic and anxiety in the newborn infant, breastfeeding
Music for Intimacy emotional armor, conflicts, infertility, balancing male and female energies
Music for AIDS AIDS, infection, fear, lack of self-respect, immune system suppression
Music for Scleroderma scleroderma, frustration
Music for Transition end of life, death and dying
Music for Dementia Anxiety Dementia Agitation, Alzheimer’s Anxiety
Sound Portrait individual transformational music, self-reflection, heightened awareness, relaxation, inspiration
Original Piano Solos studying, working, meditating, background
Sound Healing: Ease Chronic Pain Chronic Pain
Music for Planetary and Individual Transformation meditation, relaxation, spiritual transformation, inner growth
Emotional and Physical are Connected.
Sound Feelings healing music has applications to many conditions, diseases, illnesses and symptoms. Many of the sound therapy recordings have uses for more than one situation because of the parallel connection between the emotional and physical. For example, depression (emotional) and weight-loss (physical) are both issues addressed with the Feeling Fat music. Select music for EITHER purpose. (If you have depression, but not a weight problem, you will find the Feeling Fat music helpful. If you have anger but not cancer, you will find the Cancer music helpful.) The above list shows the various sound therapies and the respective conditions to which they can be applied.
Like Music “Medicine.”
The word “medicine” is often thought of as a way to bring comfort and relief, through a process which may in itself be somewhat discomforting. Like bitter medicine, this is essentially how to describe Sound Feelings Music for Transformation. Many people do not like the initial “taste” of this music, but they like how they feel after they have heard it!
Creates a “Sound Mirror.”
The musical entrainment process creates a type of sound “mirror” that first reflects the current stress or turmoil of the listener, and later reflects the desired mood and feeling. As the music gradually transforms, its resolution may be experienced in the listener, physically or emotionally.