Qigong, a Taoist practice, uses six healing sounds for healing. They are also referred to as the “Six Basic Soundless Sounds for Health,” depending on the specific style of practice (of which there are a variety). Chinese Medicine works with a system of correspondences, or the idea that each network and phase influence each other in predictable, observable ways. Each phase is a nature element, also correlating with a season. Each of the six sounds correlate with an organ network, including a yin organ and a yang organ, both influenced by the same healing vibration. Many of the sounds make positively vibrating vowel sounds.