Related to Music healing: Music therapy. Programs are designed to help patients overcome physical, emotional, intellectual, and social challenges. Applications range from improving the well being of geriatric patients in nursing homes to lowering the stress level and pain of women in labor. Music therapy is used in many settings, including schools, rehabilitation centers, hospitals, hospice, nursing homes, community centers, and sometimes even in the home. Music can be beneficial for anyone.
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Sergio Pacheco learned the healing songs from his father at age 6 and went on to conduct his first healing ceremony at age 8. A middle-aged man who rarely smiles, Pacheco stands in the middle of a crowd on the National Mall, wearing a feathered headdress, beaded necklace and wrinkled dress that's been hand painted with a large, maroon bird on the front. Pacheco is a traditional doctor among the Wachiperi , a thousand-year-old ethnic group living in the foothills of the Andes. Once isolated from the rest of the world in southeast Peru, the indigenous group's population declined rapidly when they came in contact with Westerners in the middle of the 20th century and contracted diseases. An estimated 90 to Wachiperi are left today.
12 songs about healing: A feel-better playlist
People are enamored with music. It touches our souls in profound ways that words alone cannot equal. It stirs our imagination , invigorates our bodies, and transforms our moods. It can lift us up or overwhelm us with emotion.