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The Use of Music with Homeopathic Treatment

I would love to get information, thoughts, insite, really anything anyone may want to add on the use of music to enhance healing especially in conjunction with homeopathic treatment. I am a 3rd. year student at the Ontario College of Homeopathic Medicine and have chosen to do my thesis on this.
Would love feed back...Please feel free :)

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Comment by Debby Bruck on September 8, 2009 at 10:37pm
There are a few articles where homeopaths say particular remedy types [polychrests] have an affinity to different styles of music. I recall Sankaran says something about Rajas and Aurum? Someone may correct me.

Then thinking of Tarantula and love of dance with music.

I think dance and music must go hand-in-hand.

You're going to have to take a broad look at music and homeopathy and then narrow the subject. I'm also thinking how mineral remedies may like structured music and the drug remedies have an affinity to the beat of the drum.
Comment by Dr Muhammed Rafeeque on September 9, 2009 at 12:43am
Music can definitely influence the mind and body. It can release stress and strain removing factors(may be endorphins) in to the circulation. In the organon, Hahnemann has mentioned about several auxillary mode of treatments that can be given along with homoeopathy.
Hahnemann’s ‘Chronic Diseases’ also highlights the importance of a healthy lifestyle. He has even mentioned about the use of good music as it can influence the mind positively. Hence, I feel, it will be a good approach to combine homoeopathy with musical therapy.
Comment by Vaikunthanath das Kaviraj. on September 9, 2009 at 1:11am
Also, as i once did with colours, it could be very interesting for you to focus on something i would like to do myself but do not have the time.

If you get a set of Tibetan singing bowls - in A, B, C, D , E, F and G, you have a set of tones that correponds to the chakras. I must warn you beforehand that what we denote as C is not the "real" c, because in the 18th century the musicians and composers decide to alter the frequancy, so that tuning forks will not give you the right tones. The Tibetan and Indian music follows the old frequency which is C-sharp.

These bowls you fill with water about 1 inch from the bottom and then make them sing. Maintain this for at least 5 minutes so that the water is completely saturated with the tone.
These are immediately potentised to the 30C and handed out to volunteers to do a proving. I think you will find that as with my experiences with the 7 colours of the rainbow that certain events restore the balance in the chakras, because the colours are but a different series of the octave in the different frequency.
And the mixture of all the tones in the "tincture" - what you have directly after you stop the bowls singing - made into a potency will give effects which i predict to be like the noble gases. That leads you to the next proposal, but first we must tell you the correspondences
in the Indian and Tibetan scale, C-sharp is the tone of the heart and the centre of the octave. Seen from that as the centre we discover D to belong to the throat, E to the third eye and F to the crown. Then follows G as the base, A as the sex and B as the navel chakras respectively.
The C-sharp is, as the tone of the heart and the centre, the most important. At the beginning of a raga concert, the sitar player tunes the instrument - to C-sharp. It is called the sadja tone and with it he tunes the instrument, the public and himself to the same centred state.It is also the tone in which aum is sung. So the combined tones should have similar effects as the colours and correspond to the noble gases, which brings us to the next subject.

Another interesting subject for study is the scale as expressed in the Periodic Table's Groups, where the remedies made from substances in the same Group all have similar properties. Their atomic numbers are also 8 or a multiple of that away from each other. Thus it is possible to discern the consonants and dissonants and study the remedy relations thus found. You will find the dissonant as inimicals, the consonants as similars and the antidote as the same tone.
With the singing bowls you will discover the same things if you buy 2 sets in different octaves. They will behave like those substances of the periodic table, and show the same subtle differences. You can cross-reference the effects of elements, tones and colours and discover the same "Sensation". Remedy relations are best studied as similars, because then you discover that they belong together in a community of like-minded entities and cover all shades and varieties of such themes. More can be learned about remedy communities at the blog "The sensation method and its expansion."

There are many aspects of music tried out with animals and planst and they all react positive to harmonious music and less or begative to for instance rap and hardrock. These same themes you can use in humans because all is controlled by the law of Similars
Comment by Dr Muhammed Rafeeque on September 9, 2009 at 2:22am
Dear Vaikunthanath das Kaviraj, You are really a treasury of knowledge. Homoeopathy needs people like you.
Comment by Dr. Nisanth Nambison MD on September 9, 2009 at 5:25am
Music is the ultimate stress buster.
Comment by Vaikunthanath das Kaviraj. on September 9, 2009 at 9:10am
Dr Rafeeque, I am simply following in the footsteps of Hahnemann and his Organon, which is the real treasure trove of knowledge. I steal al my ideas from there.
Comment by Debby Bruck on September 9, 2009 at 11:15am
Kaviraj, Dr Rafeeque, & Dr Namibison ~ what about doing a global experiment? People from around the world get a sound bowl and simultaneously follow through with your PROVING tonal instructions and write up the observations and results? This would have to be a coordinated effort with people from around the world. What fun!
Comment by Vaikunthanath das Kaviraj. on September 9, 2009 at 11:34am
That sounds like a good idea (pun intended). The only problem we have is the availability of the singing bowls. Here in Nicaragua you can forget it - most of S America actually.
So we will have many Indian homoeopaths where they are readily available. I also recommend to take a musician along when buying them because they know whether the tone is pure. We need that to have a uniform proving, because differences in frequency will produce differences in any proving.
In Europe they are also available - in the UK and Holland, for example. I would think Germany and France should also have them available and have no idea about the rest.
Are they to be had in the US too? California perhaps and cities like New york, but I have again my doubts about the rest of the country. Who in the US among the public knows and who has the interest to buy? That determines availability.
Comment by Dr. Wequar Ali Khan on September 9, 2009 at 11:39am
I understand that music in the court of Akbar the Great played an important part,and certain ragas as the saying goes could brake glasses,and put things on fire.Raag Malhar could bring about rainfall. The great singer/musician Tansen in court of Akbar who had these virtues, was one of his 9 jewels; Baiju Bavra a musical movie of yesteryear based on life of Tansen and Baiju,such scenes have been depicted. Raag Malhar shows rainfall and flooding taking place.

In practice of yoga sound and vibration are an important adjunct.In one of them one has to emulate the sound of humming bees,and is used for therapeutic reason.It is used for calming the nerves and removing the stress.

How can we forget our "Lorys",songs sung by our women folk to get babies to sleep.They had their salubrious effect to help us sleep in our mothers lap.

Music is vibration,and in homeopathy molecules in the medicine are also on the move,we succus the medicine to give it energy,that is also vibration.Hence there could be a relation between Homeopathy and music.It needs to be explored further,if we are to benefit from it. Dr Kavis post is also a pointer in this direction.
Comment by Vaikunthanath das Kaviraj. on September 9, 2009 at 11:40am
We also need local coordinators - Dr Rafeeque, perhaps something you could do for India or at least the state where you live? It would be wise to get the entire group of provers together by Country, so we are sure they all get the exact same frequency.
There are some other parameters that need to be fulfilled if we are to get any consistency in the provings. We ought to use Jeremy Sherr's protocols - they follow Hahnemann's to a tick. It requires a big effort to coordinate everything properly.


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