New York oncologist, Dr. Mitchell Gaynor describes in his book, THE HEALING POWER OF SOUND, there is “a tendency toward harmony in nature,” and the benefits of these natural instruments are relaxing, restorative and.
The Colour of Sound Institute ran two singing bowl sound therapy courses in Ireland during June 2014.
Dr. Mitchell L. Gaynor teaches and practices as the Associate Director at the Strang- Cornell Cancer prevention Center, and as Assistant Clinical Professor of Medicine at the New York Hospital- Cornell Medical Center and is the.
Dr. Mitchell Gaynor, Director of Medical Oncology and Integrative Medicine, the Cornell Cancer Prevention Center in New York. Sound Therapy For more information: Tibetan Singing Bowl Therapy Can Help:
Dr. Gaynor pioneered the use of sound, chanting, and music in conjunction with metal and crystal singing bowls as an adjunct to conventional medical therapy. Dr. Gaynor has benefited thousands of patients via his ongoing healing.
Dr. Mitchell Gaynor, as described in his book The Healing Power of Sound, brings the slow harmonic rhythms of quartz crystal singing bowls to create a variety of brain wave entrainment tracks.
Gaynor (shown at left) is an expert in the field of sound and healing, and he uses it in his practice regularly. He plays singing crystal bowls in addition to providing traditional medical treatment, as a form of therapy for patients with a.
Then I found Sound Therapy. I was watching Dr. Mitchell Gaynor, an Oncologist, demonstrating his use of Crystal Singing Bowl music to help reduce the pain of his Cancer patients.
Dr. Gaynor states "If we accept that sound is vibration and we know that vibration touches every part of our physical being, then we understand that sound is heard not only through our ears but through every cell in our bodies.
Dr. Gaynor refers to others who are using sound to complement their medical practice. Among them are Sir Peter Guy Manners, M.D., an English osteopath, who uses cymatic therapy to achieve a near-ideal metabolic state in a cell.