Who’s Qualified to Become an Energy Sound Frequency Therapy Practitioner?

If you’re in the holistic and wellness world, you may have heard of sound therapy or using sound frequency as a way of healing. For those that don’t know, energy sound frequency therapy is the use of hertz of sound to create energetic shifts within the body. By doing this, negative emotions will be released, health will improve, addictions can be removed and mindsets can drastically shift. 

So what does an energy sound frequency therapy practitioner do and how can you become one?

An energy sound frequency therapy practitioner uses non-force kinesiology to connect with a  client’s energy and uses specifically developed sound frequencies to target issues rooted in the client’s subconscious and body.

Check out our video for more details regarding the process:

Who should become an energy sound frequency therapy practitioner?

There are no prerequisites to obtaining this certification. You don’t need a degree or any higher education. This practice is best for people who are passionate about helping others improve their quality of life. This is a great career option for life coaches, caregivers, parents, people looking for a shift in lifestyle, or anyone who wants to make a difference in the lives of others. You can obtain certification through a 9 consecutive day course. Once completed, you will have all the information you need on starting your own business. You will also have a network of certified sound frequency therapy practitioners to collaborate with and get support from.

How does energy sound frequency therapy help people?

It benefits people of all ages. Young children can benefit from sound therapy for behavioral and emotional problems. It can improve the quality of life for elderly people living with pain, fear, grief, or hopelessness.

Sound therapy can put energy back into people and excite them. It can help people find their path and create a better outlook on life. It shifts the “sitting around and waiting” mindset.

If this is something you are interested in, please feel free to contact Bonnie or Steve Vincent to set up a consultation and see if this is the right career path for you.

Re-Programming Your Brain

Struggling with a mental illness can be difficult. But what happens when you have done everything you can and you’re still not seeing results? You’ve done the therapy and you’ve tried the medication. Maybe you’ve even tried meditation or hypnosis or all of the above. You may be frustrated and hopeless which does not help your mental state to begin with. Holistic Sound Healing is a great way to clear any of those negative emotions that you have stored in your body. You are not your mental illness, you just happen to be living with a mental illness. But that is all it is. It’s an illness. And with the proper help you WILL get through it.

Holistic sound healing targets the different emotions that your body is storing. Whether you deal with depression, anxiety, OCD or any other type of mental illness, holistic sound healing can pinpoint what emotions you are feeling and potentially why you are feeling them.

Mental illness can be difficult when you are constantly told you will be battling it forever or, at the very least, a long time. Through holistic sound healing you can actually find relief and not be trapped by this illness. It is difficult to break free from the chains of mental illness when you are constantly told that you are different or ill or have a disorder. By changing your mindset you can open a world of possibilities.

Bob Proctor once gave the example in an interview with the Networking Times Magazine. “I’ll give you a good example for your readers to try. Question to the readers: are you right-handed, or left-handed? Okay, now I’m going to ask you to sign your name. Sign your name on a piece of paper. Now put the pen in your other hand. Don’t just read this—put your pen in your other hand. You can feel the tension building in your body. Your mind reacts to it. You think ‘I don’t write with my left hand. This is so uncomfortable. It’s so cumbersome. I’m going to make such a mess. I’m going to make myself look foolish, and what will my neighbor say?’ We’re not programmed to write with our other hand. People are programmed to live a certain way. What we’re saying is change the programming. It’s like learning a new language. It’s almost as if you go home and your family doesn’t speak English any longer, but French or Spanish. Eventually, you would learn what they are saying, but it would be extremely difficult and very stressful at the beginning.”

Mental illness can be compared to this. By using your opposite hand to write, or by choosing a different way to think of something, you will start gaining a new skill or a new behavior. At first it can be very stressful and almost tedious, but through time it will become natural. By changing the way you think you are opening up a possibility to a new way of life. This could even potentially eradicate your mental illness! I’m no doctor, so I have no guarantee. However, I know for a fact that positive thinking can go a long way. By telling yourself your different goals and objectives and implementing them into your daily life, you have the potential of changing your life! By changing the way you think and using Holistic Sound Healing as a way of dealing with your emotions, you will be overall happier and lead a healthier life.

How Sound Therapy Helped my Anxiety

At the age of 15 I started to feel things I had never experienced before. Random fear crept into my life. I was no longer able to control how fast my thoughts were running. My chest would become tight and I thought I was dying. I experienced my first panic attack while performing a dance routine in front of thousands of people. I had no idea what was going on. I was denying myself.

Fast forward five years and I had been able to manage my anxiety. I was on a low dose of anxiety medication, I went through traditional therapy and I learned coping mechanisms. There were periods in my life where I didn’t even experience anxiety. I traveled to different parts of the world without anxiety even on my mind. But I felt numb. I was always tired and this was affecting different aspects of my life.

I decided I needed a serious change in my life. The thought of being on medication for the rest of my life was a terrifying thought. But every single time I tried getting off of the medication my anxiety was unbearable. I was struck with random panic attacks, I couldn’t sit still and I was not enjoying my life.

I found sound therapy through one of my close friends. I noticed a difference immediately. We uncovered underlying issues that I was never able to understand before this process. After a few sessions I decided that I was ready to try to get off my medication for real this time.

The first thing I did was go to my doctor and tell her that I was interested in getting off of my medication. I let my family and friends know so I was able to have their support during this very difficult time. I scheduled sound therapy appointments once a week so I could handle some of the withdrawals and different side effects I was feeling.

There were moments where I honestly thought I could not do it. I had been taking medication for about four years and I almost forgot how to use my coping mechanisms. Bonnie treated me for anxiety, panic and other environmental factors. There were days where I didn’t want to leave my bed or go anywhere because I knew I was just going to be anxious. But I will never let my anxiety stop me from doing anything. Once I let my fears affect my life; that is the moment I give them the power and I lose control and I will never allow that to happen.

So what did I do when I had those horrible days? I went for a run. I tried meditating. I started doing yoga. I read a book. I would write about how I was feeling. I would write about completely irrelevant things. I would call up my friends and we would go do something fun. I started photography. I would do anything to benefit myself and take my mind off of it. If there is one thing I could tell anyone trying to get off of their medication it would be this- Keep pushing forward, every day is a day closer to feeling better. Never lose hope and always find the good in each situation.

You don’t have to live with anxiety. I believe that it is a temporary thing someone goes through. The key is to not give your anxiety enough power to overtake your life. That is when it becomes a problem. I am at fault for doing this. I always gave my anxiety too much power. But with the help of sound therapy I was able to face my anxiety head on and finally find comfort in it. I’ll admit, it did take me a good two months before I finally started to feel okay getting off my medication. There are some days where I still feel anxious, but those days are getting farther and fewer in between. Sound therapy gives me the strength to eliminate the problems I don’t want in my life.

So if you ever think that you can’t get off of your medication, believe me you probably can. If I can, a 19-year-old college student who has been on medication for four years of my life and deal with a plethora of different stresses everyday, you can do it too. So my question to you is; are you ready to rediscover yourself? Do you have the courage to dig deep and face your anxieties?

*Please consult your doctor before getting off any medication.