Everything in Life is Vibration. What is Your Vibration State?
Can we tune our vibration to the vibration of the Universe just by healing our energy imbalances? Sound Therapist Ramji Singh has studied the healing power of sound vibration for many years and proves that this is possible.
Ramji is certified by top-tier institutions, has studied at institutions all over the globe and learned from inspiring mentors and teachers. His research, paired with his love for music (he’s been a musician since age 13), inspired him to create the Institute of Sound Therapy to share the power of sound therapy with the world.
Read on to learn why Ramji is devoted to Sound Therapy and the myriad benefits of this ancient technique, plus the inner workings of his well-loved Institute of Sound Therapy.
Why did you choose to dedicate your life to Sound Therapy?
This fantastic journey began with Ancestral Sound, an independent project that allowed me to explore new healing techniques with the power of sound. By combining workshops/therapies of yoga and sound vibration, we achieve very positive advances in people's well-being. We worked with various foundations specialized in oncology, deaf diseases and patients with special needs. The response of the participants, as well as the results and benefits obtained, were very successful. These results motivated me to follow Sound therapy's path without losing sight of my previous musical knowledge.
What are the effects and benefits of Sound Therapy?
These instruments' sound frequencies induce the alpha and theta brainwaves associated with deep relaxation and meditative states. When we are in these states, deep healing can take place. Our methods work with these instruments focusing on specific energy points to understand the functioning of our bodies. Sound Therapy allows us to familiarize ourselves with significant energy imbalances that may cause strong vibrations in our subtle bodies.
Sound Therapy stimulates the circulatory and glandular systems; rebalances the physical, emotional and spiritual bodies; helps to regenerate the nervous system; shifts the brain waves from beta (waking state) to theta or delta (meditative state); produces a higher state of consciousness; and improves our concentration.
How did you come to create the Institute of Sound Therapy?
The extraordinary results obtained over the years studying the sound healing properties & working with foundations, hospitals, and clinics were the inspiration to put this knowledge on an institutional and academic level, creating a professional protocol to educate a new generation of sound therapists.
The Institute dedicates its efforts to develop new therapies and techniques with music, vibration, resonance and Kundalini Yoga to promote health, deep relaxation and peace of mind. The experience is a personal and creative process oriented towards personal growth, awareness and wellbeing.
We impart training courses in this therapeutic vocation that focus on performing health work using instruments such as Tibetan Bowls, Planetary Gongs, Monochords Tuning Forks, Handpan, Harmonic Singing and Mantra Chanting from India. These components generate an acoustic sound with a vibrational frequency determined by the therapist. The experience leads us to feel a sense of harmony within ourselves, allowing us to enter into a deep relaxation state in our body, mind and spirit.
I invite you to visit our web page and discover our latest projects, such as seminars, workshops, therapies and musical performances carried out by professional sound therapists. Throughout its 10 years, the IES has trained more than 500 sound therapists (and just launched an online training platform). Our objective is to transmit ancestral knowledge to all those interested in understanding the healing properties of sound, creating a new generation of sound therapists with professional skills and a genuine care about the wellbeing of others.
About the Author:
Ramji Singh is the founder of the Spanish Institute of Sound Therapy in Spain and Mexico, and of the Institute of Sound Therapy in Germany. A professional Sound Therapist, he is certified by the best European institutions such as Europäischer Fachverband, Deutsche Musiktherapeutische Gesellschaft, and The Complementary Medical Association.
Through an extensive musical career since he was 13 years old and a residency abroad since 1998, Ramji has dedicated himself to study and research in the context of Sound therapy, graduating from the I.N.B.A School of Artistic Initiation in Mexico City, Themes Valley University, London in England, National School of Art of Havana in Cuba. Then he has continued his specialization and research in different regions of India and Nepal.
Ramji was inspired by a collective of inspiring mentors and teachers, including his principal teacher Harbhajan Singh Khalsa (known as Yogi Bhajan) and Siri Gobind Kaur. Among other profound teachers are Alfred Tomatis, Pt. Shiv Kumar Sharma Ji, Fabien Maman, Pt. Bhajan Sopori Ji, Richard Gerber, Ustad Ali Akbar Khan, Conxa Trallero Flix, Eva Rudy Jansen, Pt. Dandu Srinadha Mani, Josefa Lacárcel Moreno, Pt. Rahul Sharma, Aljoscha A. Schwarz and Ronald P. Schweppe.