Matter In The Atom:
The Anatomy and Physics of Sound Healing ©
CME: Approved for 12 AOA Category 1-A credits – see below.
Location This was a live streamed virtual class. Please enjoy the video version.
Upon purchase, you will have 30 days to access the video.
Course Director: Shawn Marie Higgins DO
Faculty: Shawn Marie Higgins, DO and Lakshmi Santra, Alankar performer and teacher
Sound has been used as a healing practice for thousands of years in every ancient culture of which we know.
But why sound? For human beings, sound creates a bridge between the physical and the spiritual. Therefore, it is by no mistake that genetically our bodies come equipped with the most sophisticated means by which to both make and interpret sound. In this class we will explore:
What sound is and the vibrational nature of reality
How sound and vibration apply to osteopathic medicine
The anatomy of the ear – outer, middle and inner
The pathway of a sound wave through the human body
The physiological and energetic effects of sound on the human body
And on life experience
Two important sacred musical scales and why they are used in sound healing
Sound healing techniques that can be used for self healing and/or with any type healing practice
*Tuning forks will be the instrument of choice and demonstration for this class and are included in the class purchase.
*The tuning forks used in this class are tuned to specific frequencies. You must have these frequencies for the class.
*We will use three tuning forks: solar harmonic 256 Hz and 384 Hz and a weighted 128 Hz tuning fork
Shawn Marie Higgins, DO is a physician, author, lecturer and sound healer with a private practice in Yarmouth, Maine. She began her sound healing journey many years ago with world renowned sound healer John Beaulieu, ND, PhD and has since continued sound studies, teachings and healings.
Lakshmi Santra is a well known sound healer and Alankar mantra teacher and performer in Pondicherry, India
*Tuning Forks Purchased Separately
The Maine Osteopathic Association is accredited by the American Osteopathic Association to provide osteopathic continuing medical education for physicians.
The Maine Osteopathic Association designates this program for a maximum of 12 AOA Category 1-A credits and will report CME and specialty credits commensurate with the extent of the physician’s participation in this activity.