I wish I knew the answer to this because I would have cracked the code a long time ago. The daily ritual of promising myself that I will- and here is a grand list: eat better, drink more water, do my yoga practice before anything else, have only one coffee a day, mediate, do at least one generous thing each day, have only positive conversations and so on is becoming meaningless and I rarely manage to achieve one thing on this commendable record.
More and more people are becoming interested in using sound as a therapy. It is nothing new as it is a return to ancient cultural practices that used chants, singing bowls, drums and other vibrational instruments to restore health and relieve pain. Also known as vibrational medicine, the practice employs the vibrations of the human voice as well as objects that resonate-tuning forks, gongs, Tibetan singing bowls and crystal bowls, to go beyond relaxation and stimulate self-healing.