Tuning Fork on the Spine - Tama-Do Technique
The "musical column" technique developed by the father of vibrational medicine Fabien Maman is effective in many respects.
The needles are replaced by tuning forks applied to certain acupuncture points. The sound vibrations are then transmitted to different parts of the body. By strengthening the energetic system, this healing technique provides many beneficial effects,
Its purpose is to harmonize the body cells, improve intercellular communication, vitalize the different systems of the body - immune, respiratory, blood, nervous, endocrine. The vibration clear all blockages throughout the spine, vertebraes, chakras plexus, all the nervous system and the cerebrospinal fluid. This relieves many chronic pains - nervous tension and back pain.
The vibration of the tuning forks also slows the heart and respiratory rate as well as the blood pressure, and reduces the level of cortisone in the blood. This technique reduces the side effects of patient treatments. They thus partially find the serenity that is essential to their recovery.
The voice is a self-healing instrument available at all times. When we sing, we stimulate our organism from within by the vibration of the larynx. The sounds interact with the matter that constitutes us. According to professor of physics Marc Henry, “we can control the whole material composition of our body simply by singing or listening to music. "
Indeed, when we sing, we create electromagnetic waves because our body is piezoelectric. It transforms sound waves into light waves. This is highlighted by the ultraviolet signal that surrounds the cells when they are subjected to sound. This electro-magnetism is generated by sound. The song therefore generates light in us, which explains the effectiveness of sound meditations and other prolonged chants like the mantra Om.
Sound travels through the body’s water system at a speed of 1,500 meters per second, about 4 times faster than in air. The vibrations of the vocal cords propagate in the bones, and each part of the body benefits from the sung sounds because the voice vibrates the complex network of cells, nerves, plexus and glands. All these parts of the body record information stored in the memory of each cell since intrauterine life. The fractals of the vibrations of the diphonic field will gradually reorganize the frame of the cells and release the traumatic memories.
For music-therapist Philippe Barraqué, singing “promotes a healthy lifestyle. It maintains the tone of the heart muscles and improves breathing capacity through diaphragmatic breathing. We know that the vibrations of singing promote the production of endorphins and cortisol. They also stimulate the immune system. Many neuroscientists have demonstrated the impact of sound vibrations on neural circuits. When we sing, our brain, made up of 80% water, vibrates. The pituitary gland and the hypothalamus release endorphins and enkephalins with the property of relieving stress and pain and causing euphoric states. Other scientists took the saliva of singers from a choir at a concert and observed a 240% increase in their secretory immunoglobulin A and 37% in their cortisol levels. The latter increases blood glucose which strengthens the metabolism.
The therapeutic song slows brain waves and helps release muscle tension. An English study has shown that the mother's songs calm her baby by stimulating the secretion of oxytocin, a hormone that promotes empathy and sociability. The vibration of sound affects hormones. Thanks to it, a wellness effect is felt. Singing also helps compensate for disturbances in the nervous system such as cardiac arrhythmias and digestive disorders. A Californian study has also shown that singing has therapeutic effects on speech disorders - stuttering, dyslexia - on autism and on certain degenerative diseases.
Breathing is the first of the rhythms in humans as in the animal and vegetable world. Mastering the dynamism of breathing helps to relax and harmonize the nervous system. This is the final interface of our consciousness in the body, it is our sensitivity to the world. Through the nervous system, consciousness looks, touches, feels, experiences, and draws experience. The nervous system is the material form of consciousness.
Our senses are put to the test in our lives by all our exchanges: emotional, intellectual, relational and energetic. The control of the breath allows to relax and harmonize the nervous system very quickly, it is therefore the key for reconnecting our consciousness to our body and for unifying our soul.
The success of certain respiratory practices is well established. One of them, the Wim Hof technique, has aroused worldwide enthusiasm. This inspired Dutchman has developed a method of mastering breathing that is very effective against many physical and mental illnesses. This practice, combining hyper-ventilation and successive apneas, can help alleviate anxiety disorders (stress, anxiety, panic attacks), chronic fatigue, emotional and traumatic shock. It is also effective against certain psychosomatic disorders such as asthma, certain skin diseases such as eczema, chronic headaches and certain digestive problems. It is also used to cope with certain depressions and the pain experienced during mourning.