Bathing in sound: Are didgeridoos and crystal bowls the next version of 'healing crystals'?

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Some sound therapy practices involve didgeridoos — a tube-like Aboriginal instrument — gongs, therapy harps and tuning forks, while others use specially synthesized “binaural beats” to alter brain waves and reduce stress.

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

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