Holistic explanation of an out-of-body experience produced by sounds
Posted Nov 10 2009 10:02pm
I am publishing an e-mail (below) that I received from the sound shaman about Chris's out-of-body experience while undergoing sound therapy. It is interesting how postively this is viewed by practitioners and adherents of "mysticism" (for lack of a better word) in comparison to traditional psychiatry, for which out-of-body experiences are thought to be destabilizing, particularly for someone with a mental illness diagnosis. I broached the subject last night at dinner with my dream analyst friend Val. She was very enthusiastic about Chris's OBE and felt that it was absolutely healing.
Long ago I identified the body/mind integration as essential for Chris's healing, but have been frustrated by not being able to find enough therapies that address this so directly. The assemblage point shift was important in this respect. Tomatis also is directed to integrating the person with the environment. I have been looking for something that works faster than psychotherapy, which can take years. The goal is to feel emotionally integrated with the environment. In this respect, the Family Constellation Therapy that we undertook with Dr. Stern also fills the bill emotionally.
Note from the sound shaman "Chris had a very interesting experience. I am very pleased as this is exactly the purpose and effect of the sounds - to expand our perception of the body and who we really are. The mind (thoughts) and the body (movement and emotions) produce changes in our electric field. The sounds - which have no specific reference in our mind (sounds that we have never heard before and so have no link to specific memories) - are perceived in the moment. Each sound is the actual vibration of light (i.e. specific colours). Our emotional system is not disturbed as the information contained in these sounds, and thus the processing work load required by the brain, is based on the natural vibration of light - slowed down by many octaves."