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Power of Music in BioWaves Sound Therapy
Sound Therapy has been around for as long as man could make noise. Our bodies are acutely sensitive to noise, and although we realize this fact, we rarely think about it or consider the implications that this can have. For example, think of the last time you heard a bone chilling primitive scream, or the spine tingling screech of fingernails over a chalkboard.
Music has a predictable effect:
Repetitive music with a beat is energizing. Have you ever noticed yourself moving or dancing in time to music without intending to?
Melodic music is relaxing and soothing.
Loud, unfamiliar music is annoying.
Have you ever wondered why music is so popular around the world? It is the one constant in every culture, in every nation, on every continent.
Here are some links to reference books on the subject of music and sound therapy:
The Mozart Effect by Don Campbell.
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