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Thinking about the differences in the many sound interventions

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I was attending a church service with my daughter the other day.  I’ve learned that when my thoughts flow through it is best to capture them in the moment.  Whenever I can, I capture them by voice but since we were in church, I got out my iPhone and started typing.  I am always trying to find ways to tell people about what I do and how I am different from others within the sound intervention community.  I know in my new book The Cycle of Sound: A Missing Energetic Link I discuss the differences in the terms sound healing, sound therapy and sound-based therapy, but these new thoughts may present differences that may also be helpful.  What I wrote is:

     Sound healing is like treating a headache with aspirin.  You get immediate help and the symptoms go away.

      But sound-based therapy, as introduced within The Davis Model of Sound Intervention, helps you find out why you have the headache in the first place and works toward getting you long lasting change.  While the symptoms may be helped, the more important change is at your core, foundational, cellular sound response level. Change the cause and the symptoms should not recur.

   So as I usually say, Sound Therapy Changes Lives


Author: dorinnedavis

leading sound-based therapist, Founder of The Davis Center, creator of The Davis Model of Sound Intervention, author "Sound Bodies through Sound Therapy", author "The Cycle of Sound: A Missing Energetic Link", originator of The Davis Addendum to the Tomatis Effect, developer of The Diagnostic Evaluation for Therapy Protocol (DETP) and The Tree of Sound Enhancement Therapy.

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