Quantum Sound Therapy
The art of healing using sound vibration
Sound Therapy literally makes use of the magic of music and sound to enhance and harmonise a person’s state of consciousness, allowing them to exploit their personal potential more fully.
Nada Brahma – the World is Sound
In every age, humans have used sound as therapy. As long as they have existed, even in prehistoric times, the peoples of this earth have sung, prayed, clapped their hands, used bits of wood, stones, taut animal skins, etc., to produce sounds and rhythms during rites to promote healing (a word with very old roots, originally meaning make “whole”).
The Shaman or healer, for primeval races, is the archetypal doctor, priest and musician.
«For him, medicine and music are naturally and intricately linked. His chants and rhythms enable him to communicate with the spirit world and it is thus that he restores a person to health.».
Quantum Sound Therapy is a concept created (and patented) by Aymeric Blanc and practised at his instigation in France and other parts of Europe.
The physiological power of music
In the 1940’s and 50’s, sound therapy was used on convalescent soldiers to try to help them recover from their war-time traumas, such as insomnia, post-combat stress, and anxiety.
This was followed by in-depth research in France and elsewhere, for example, in the Karajan Institute in Salzburg which studies the physiological power of music, the ARATP (Music Therapy Research Institute in Paris), and the Jacques-Delcroze Institute in Geneva, which was created in 1915.
Research into music and emotion
In France, it was a sound engineer, Jacques Jost, who first pioneered the idea that music could be helpful in treating disorders in 1954. He used clinical data from the Encephalography Laboratory of the CMME (Mental Health and Encephalitis Clinic) and the School of Medicine in Paris. He also carried out research on emotions and music. In partnership with Doctors Guilhot and Garnier, he studied and applied psychomusicology techniques in psychiatry for eighteen years. He created a test for musical receptiveness that can be used on patients in music therapy sessions. Furthermore, it was in France, in 1974, that the very first World Music Therapy conference was held, at the Salpêtrière Hospital in Paris.
Psychological repercussions for the organism
In France, the effects of music on the body have only relatively recently been a subject of study. Studies have set about demonstrating that listening to certain types of music has physiological repercussions for the whole organism, and in particular influences the cardio-vascular and respiratory systems, muscles, and the vegetative state.
In Ancient Greece, however, music was studied as another science alongside mathematics, physics and medicine. ‘Music therapists’ already existed, who acted upon the humour and the humours by means of different instruments, rhythms and sounds.
Amongst notable ancient Greek authors one could name Pythagoros, for instance:
Pythagoras and his disciples considered that all things are composed of numbers and mathematical figures, including music. For them, the movement of the planets generated the music of the spheres, and this belief led to a system of Pythagoran ‘music therapy’ based on the symbiosis between humanity and the heavenly bodies.
Each organ of our physical body has its own rhythm
As early as five centuries BC, the Chinese already had a repertoire of over a hundred musical therapies. As François Picard puts it: “For the Chinese, the substance of music resides in sounds… music is a resonance, a spontaneous response, the movement of air, of breath… it is also what creates harmony for man between earth and heaven.”
The sages held that each of our internal organs has its own rhythm and its own vibration, and therefore a sound of its own. To each organ its own sound.
The five elements of wood, fire, earth, metal and water were also associated with different sounds. These sounds were in turn linked to the seasons, and to the Yin organs and the Yang organs. For example, C is the sound of the heart and the small intestine, as well as the element of fire and the season of summer. These links are not arbitrary, but defined according to sounds in nature. So the sound of thunder in autumn corresponds to the note Shang and, not surprisingly, to the season of autumn.
It is not the name of the note that matters, but its timbre, or rather the frequency which triggers a response in an organ. Deep sounds resonate in the abdomen and the associated organs, while high sounds resonate in the head.
Quantum music therapy.
For a quantum sound therapy session, Aymeric plays a wide range of interesting and original musical instruments, as well as authentic sacred Shaman instruments:
His Crystalline instruments include gold, rose quartz, and purple sapphire alchemy crystal bowls, crystal bells, a crystal didgeridoo, crystal tuning forks…
He has Shamanic tools, such as a Shaman drum, Amerindian flutes, one of which is over 1000 years old and originally came from the Tairona people (ancestors of the Koji), and a Gabon bell…
Asian musical instruments, including gongs, Tingsha bells, and Tibetan bowls brought back from the Himalayas…
And some perhaps lesser-known instruments, like the waterphone, cosmic bow, and Aboriginal bullroarer…
Not to mention the voice, for sacred chants (harmonic, diphonic, binaural…).
Video Quantum sound therapy : Quantaum Sound
A state of inner calm and serenity
By entering into communion with the world of sound, I bring you to a place where you can release your negative emotions, have room for full expression of your positivity, go beyond past limitations and enter into the full expansion of your Being, transmute your fears so as to live the natural state of love and confidence that wants to inhabit your every cell, relieve the discomforts, large and small, of daily routine (stress, migraines, insomnia, tiredness, PMT, depression, etc.) and find the happy equilibrium you deserve.
The Quantum Sound sessions are as much about bringing you to a state of inner calm and serenity as unleashing the powers of self-healing the body has dormant within it. The benefits are numerous, each with its own broad sphere of action.
We look forward to seeing you in our pool for sound-induced waking dreams in water (the same principal as for quantum sound therapy, but in warm water with the added feature of chromotherapy).