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New 'Keys to the Heart Meditation' CD Series Provides Sound Energy Therapy Using First Ever Recording of an Ancient Healing Instrument
Date:11/29/2007

ote," the lowest note one can sing comfortably. By listening to that particular note, a person can effortlessly go into a meditative state and attune personal energy patterns.

"From the first time I played my CD during my Chi Gong and Tai Chi practice, I've never felt so centered! My mind didn't wander as it always had during exercise. The CD put me in a state of calm openness that Tai Chi is supposed to bring, but often didn't. It helped me center on the Tai Chi process -- not 'focus' on it so much, as sink into it. My breathing and motions naturally coordinated with the tamboura. The CD centers me physically and mentally. The challenging positions come easier. I've really only scratched the surface of what this sound therapy will provide! I'll refer everyone I know to the Keys Web site," said Judith Hawkins-Tillirson, senior buyer of New Leaf Distributing Company.

Each of the seven CDs in the 'Keys' series corresponds to a particular base note that resonates with different parts of the body. For example, the CD entitled "Wisdom" carries frequencies beneficial to the throat area and can help relieve headaches.

The National Library of Medicine states that, "Sound energy therapy, sometimes referred to as vibrational or frequency therapy, includes music therapy as well as wind chimes and tuning fork therapy. The presumptive basis of its effect is that specific sound frequencies resonate with specific organs of the body to heal and support the body."

Hospitals such as Banner Medical Center in Arizona are using sound therapy with patients. The University of Wisconsin Eau Claire is successfully using music therapy with autistic children.

"I have been playing the CDs quietly in the background for the last few weeks, and have noted a substantial difference in clients' demeanor, and reduced anxiety after about 15 minutes into the interview and counseling session," said Corrine P. Pascoe LPC, CEAP, CRE, and CHT, a licensed professional coun
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