‘Sound healing is part of our ancient culture’

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‘Sound healing is part of our ancient culture’

Wednesday, 13 February 2019 | Staff Reporter | Bhopal

Sound healer of central India Aarti Sinha said that sound healing is a part of our ancient culture in which, with the help of beej mantras, meditation, music, vibration and singing bowls, the pain of suffering could be removed.

The therapy boosts the power of brain, so that our immune system gets strong. This will help a person to fight with the disease and the pain. Modern science has also recognized this therapy in many researches. In today’s stress-full condition, this therapy is doing wonders in all over the world on everyone from a child to an old person, she added.

The only sound healer of central India, Aarti Sinha was talking to media persons on Tuesday. She was addressing the media at hotel Nisarga. The conference was organized with the aim to inform about the upcoming event which is going to happen on World Sound Healing Day (February 14). On this day a group healing session – Heal our earth, heal our Bhopal - will be organized with an intention to create a national record. This healing session will be based on Tibetan healing sound and will be dedicated to the Bhopal Gas Tragedy.

The undying resonating sound vibration thus created, through earth Gong and 30 Singing Bowls in this historic event of mass meditation will also remain in the universe forever and make the ambiance of the whole world happy. Officers of India book of Records will monitor the event, which is going to happen at the auditorium of LNCT from 11.30 am.

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