The Tibetan Tones Sound Meditation for Cancer program is now being offered to the oncology, massage and sound therapy community.
The Tibetan Tones Oncology rehabilitation program uses a wide range of therapies to rebuild immunity and endurance and a new sense of harmony with life. This is for many, the most challenging time of their life. It sets off all types of emotion from anxiety to anger and deep sadness.
Our program give the patient a full encompassing approach to maintaining a higher vibration so they can successfully overcome the challenge of cancer.
"Experimenting with various acoustic sounds including the human voice, gong, acoustical guitar and xylophone, he found the vibrations actually transformed the cell structure. The human voice produced the most dramatic results – exploding cancer cells and energizing healthy ones; however, the rich overtones of the gong being played for 21 minutes also caused the cancer cells to disintegrate and ultimately explode."Fabien Mamen, Tama-do.com California
Symptoms from Cancer therapy treated by Tibetan Tones Therapy
Cancer can spark many feelings—shock over the diagnosis, fear of the unknown, uncertainty over the future, a feeling that you’ve lost some control. These emotions can quickly lead to anxiety and stress, causing headaches, fatigue, loss of appetite, insomnia and other symptoms.
Balance / neurological function
Balance problems range widely, from light-headedness to dizziness and vertigo. Poor balance may result from certain cancers, especially in the brain, or medicinal interventions such as chemotherapy drugs or pain medications. It can lead to significant injury and quality-of-life issues.
Some cancers and cancer treatments can cause disruption in a patient’s digestive tract that can lead to constipation and diarrhea, which are common side effects of treatment. Medications, therapeutic interventions and changes to your diet help mitigate these symptoms.
Dry mouth is a common side effect of radiation and chemotherapy treatments. The condition can cause discomfort, thirst and hoarseness, making it difficult for patients to swallow or digest food, speak or maintain adequate oral hygiene. This may leave them prone to infection. Tibetan Tones meditation methods help restore saliva production which is key in maintaining healthy digestive function as well
Eating difficulties/ Oral cancer
Difficulty chewing can result from changes to the mouth, jaw, or tongue, usually caused by oral cancers. Trouble swallowing, also known as dysphagia, is when a patient has trouble passing food or liquid down the mouth or throat. Tibetan Tones techniques relieve all the tension associated with the trauma of cancer. Chanting techniques help produce saliva and moisture to the esophagus and throat.
Fatigue is a common side effect of cancer and its treatments. Typically, it comes on suddenly, does not result from activity or exertion, and is not relieved by rest or sleep. The TibetanTones harmonization approach to wellness brings the motivation back to the patient. Through deep relaxation and breath work techniques the patient is restored with a renewed sense of spirit.
Immobility/ muscle weakness
Immobility, often marked by muscle weakness, stiffness or pain, can be a side effect of cancer and some treatments. Although different treatments require various degrees of bed rest, an inability to move can cause serious complications. Tibetan Tones sessions are able to restore strength by activating qi and blood. The subtle vibrational waves bring fresh blood and oxygen to muscles and ligaments, alleviating pain and stiffness.
Cancer patients often experience chronic sleeplessness, also known as insomnia, which can make it difficult to fall asleep and stay asleep. This condition can lead to fatigue, memory and concentration problems, and mood disturbances. The first and most profound effect of TibetanTones Therapies restores ability to experience balances sleep cycles. The body can not restore and recharge without proper sleep function.
When cancer strikes one, it effects all. This is a life changing traumatic experience. The Tibetan Tones programs are for the entire family. We have found this to be one of our most powerful parts of our program. Love and harmony are key to all life. Our programs wash away the fears and resentment that may be costing intimacy and satisfaction in everyones life. We focus on the CORE , the WHOLE ,as key to health and wellness for all.
Lymphedema and the power of vibrational sound waves.
Lymphedema describes the swelling that occurs when lymph nodes are removed or damaged, often as treatment for certain cancers, especially breast cancer. Lymph fluid builds up in fatty tissue just under the skin, creating painful and sometimes-debilitating edema, especially in the extremities. When you understand the philosophy and physical effects of multi harmonic long activating tibetan Tones bowls you will see how the lyme system is most effectively restored to a healthy flowing state. We pay particular attention to the lymphatic flow to alleviate inflammation and danger of toxic lymph glands. Tibetan Tones subtle methods have been know to be the most powerful in regaining proper lymph detoxification. The vibrational waves are like a feather brushing through the lymphs.
Malnutrition is defined as insufficient or imbalanced consumption of nutrients that sap patients’ strength and weaken their immune system. The Tibetan Tones breath and meditation techniques restore appetite, changes in taste or smell, difficulty swallowing, fatigue, depression and nausea. Tibetan Tones digestive treatments restores the body’s ability to absorb the right nutrients.
Disruptions to memory and cognition often impact cancer patients, especially those undergoing chemotherapy, immunotherapy or radiation therapy treatments. Restoring brain function is key to the Tibetan Tones Therapies as a result of inducing client into a deep mediation theta brain wave state. Blood flow is increased to cross BBB and bring oxygen into the ends of capillaries in the brain.
The loss of sensation in the extremities can be debilitating and lead to other complications, including safety implications. Numbness may be caused by brain and spinal cord tumors and by cancer-related peripheral neuropathy nerve damage. It may also develop as a result of malignant plasma cells and acute lymphocytic leukemia, and can be a sign of prostate cancer and advanced-stage lung cancer. The Tibetan Tones LOW DENSITY VIBRATIONAL bowls are key to restoring all joint ,muscle, heart, digestive and brain health. Tibetan Tones makes the finest in long sustaining giant vibrational bowls. This process restores blood flow to the feet and all joints.
Many cancer patients experience varying levels of pain, from the disease or the tests and treatments used to diagnose and fight it. The key to alleviating pain is in moving stagnant energy, blood and lymph flow.
Pioneers in sound therapy for oncology
In the early 80’s Fabien Maman, a French musician, acupuncturist and bio-energetician, devoted one and a half years studying the effects of sound on human cells. Fabien is the only one I know who has actually done this research with his work.
Experimenting with various acoustic sounds including the human voice, gong, acoustical guitar and xylophone, he found the vibrations actually transformed the cell structure. The human voice produced the most dramatic results – exploding cancer cells and energizing healthy ones; however, the rich overtones of the gong being played for 21 minutes also caused the cancer cells to disintegrate and ultimately explode.
Following is a fascinating interview with the late Dr. Mitch Gaynor a leading oncologist who has pioneered new strategies for the treatment and prevention of cancer. Dr. Gaynor, author of the book The Healing Power of Sound actively used sound in his integrative oncology practice. This interview was reprinted with permission from Mr. Bill Thompson. It should be noted here that singing bowls are horizontal gongs.
Dr. Mitchell Gaynor, Director of Medical Oncology and Integrative Medicine at the Strang-Cornell Cancer Prevention Center in New York in an interview with Bill Thomson.
NT: How did you discover Tibetan “singing” bowls and their usefulness in healing?
Gaynor: "Well, I took care of a Tibetan monk in 1991. I’m a cancer specialist and also a hematologist and I had been working with guided imagery and meditation with my patients since the mid-1980’s. I was actually asked to see this Tibetan monk at Cornell Medical Center for a routine medical problem which was anemia. But he was suffering from a very severe disease that was destroying his heart muscle called cardiomyopathy. I talked with him about what we could do for his anemia and what diagnostic work-up we’d do.
"I always talk with my patients on an in-depth level about what’s going on in their lives and I noticed a tremendous sense of sadness and resignation in his eyes. So I asked him to tell me about his life and he recalled a time when he was 3-years old and was living as a Tibetan refugee in India. His parents were very poor and could no longer afford to feed him and his brother, so they had to take them to an orphanage run by Tibetan Buddhist monks. He recalled watching his parents walk away; he reached out through the fence and was asking them not to leave and you could really feel his sense of anguish. I didn’t think it was any coincidence that on an emotional level he had a broken heart and on a physical level he was suffering, literally, from a broken heart."
"He left the hospital about 2 weeks later and he gave me as a gift a metal Tibetan singing bowl. I had never heard one before. I didn’t even know they existed. But I was taken with the tones and the over-tones and I could literally feel them going through every cell in my body. I could not only hear it with my ears, but I felt it through-out my body. So, I figured that would be an excellent thing for patients who were dealing with serious illnesses."
"Sound can change our immune function. After either chanting or listening to certain forms of music, your Interluken-1 level, an index of your immune system, goes up between 12 and a half and 15 percent. Not only that, about 20 minutes after listening to this meditative type music, your immunoglobin levels in your blood are significantly increased. There’s no part of our body not effected. Even our heart rate and blood pressure are lowered with certain forms of music. So, it effects not only our soul and our spirit, but it effects us on literally a cellular and sub-cellular level." DR MITCH GAYNOR
Elaine Mackle, Director of Tibetan Tones Therapy Programs.
After experimenting we have found the best sound workers for oncology are the Reiki energy practitioners with advanced Tibetan Tones training.
Practioners available in NY at the Sonic Wellness Location in Thermography Center of NY. for appointments call 917 748 6600