Sound healing, a practice with roots as ancient as human civilization, finds its origins woven into the spiritual and cultural fabric of diverse societies. Across ancient civilizations, from Egypt to Greece, and among indigenous cultures, the therapeutic use of sound was integral to rituals and healing ceremonies. Chants, drums, and elemental instruments were recognized for their power to restore balance and promote well-being.
In Eastern traditions, sound has long been revered in spiritual practices. Hinduism and Buddhism incorporate mantras and specific tones into meditation, with the sacred ‘Om’ resonating through millennia. The Middle Ages and Renaissance saw the exploration of healing properties in music, particularly through Gregorian chants. In the 20th century, pioneers like Dr. Alfred Tomatis and Hans Jenny renewed interest in sound healing, exploring its effects on the human body and mind. Today, this ancient practice has evolved into a global phenomenon, integrating diverse traditions and instruments into modern wellness practices, offering a timeless journey into the healing resonance of sound.