GRAD STUDENT RESEARCH PAPERS

  Each semester students at Globe Sound Healing Institute design and execute their own research papers.
This is the database of over 250 students papers.

 

There is also a place to provide feedback on the papers so
others can easily find papers they would like to read or download.

The grading system is as follows.

Overall Grade –  1-5 stars.
Interesting –      1 – Blasé     5 – Mind Blowing
Practical Application –    1 – Theoretical     5 – Extremely Useful
Well Written –    1 – Hard to Read      5 – Clear and Concise

The papers are organized based on the following categories:

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A Near Death experience (NDE) is a personal and profound event associated with the human dying process. The most common experiences encompass detachment from the body, levitation, serenity, security, warmth, absolute dissolution, as well as the presence of otherworldly light and sound. Other less common reports convey harrowing experiences—extreme fear, isolation, non-being, confusion, torment or guilt. Overall the experience is often transformative in nature and remains a controversial topic. Near Death Experince Music-4
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A guided healing process encompassing aspects of the structures and workings of the mind body and spirit. Consciousness and subconscious including Included are discussions of our conscious and subconsciousness. Four phases of healing from injuries, hemostasis, defensive inflammatory, proliferative and maturation phases. Twelve phases of emotional healing, helplessness and emotional pain, polarities and rhythms, stuck in a perspective, reclaiming power, merging with suffering, preparing for resolution, resolution, emptiness, light behind form, ascent, descent, and community. Emotions and meridians that can be affected by them. The meridian systems, lung, heart small intestine, spleen and pancreas, stomach, kidney bladder, liver, gall bladder and the sympatric and parasympathetic nervous systems and states of brainwave activity. These are noted, as each function, system, and structure are addressed in the healing process. When each system functions in healthy balance with ...
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The formless, that which we seek to understand through geometry, has no geometry. An acknowledgement of the source of and the limitations of geometry, learning, and knowledge. What are we learning when we are learning? Is it geometry or biology or mathematics or music? In a sense yes, but in a deeper sense, not entirely. I believe that all disciplines have the capacity to lead us to the same truths, that all forms lead us to the Formless. Ode to the Nonexistent- On the Nature of Form, Geometry, and Learning
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This presentation is about Poetry as a sound healing practice. It looks as poetry, specifically spoken word, as an ancient spiritual art and explores its inherent healing potential. By looking at one poet’s journey, it is possible to see how the act of fearlessly writing and speaking the burning truths within, poetry can offer discovery, self-awareness, self-acceptance, self-love and even a peak at self-mastery. healing sounds-of-poetry-no-movie-sm Body-Word-Sound-healing-with-poetry-Blake-More
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This paper is an exploration of the various ways that bird song could be related to sound healing. It begins with a Hafiz poem referencing bird sound as a possible remedy for disharmony and distress. From that more esoteric introduction, the paper moves to information from scientific researchers exploring the effects of bird song on humans, as therapy in and of itself, as well as in combination with outdoor natural environments for reducing stress and improving overall health. The paper also touches on the subject of using birdsong for establishing circadian rhythms where light is lacking or subjects are unable to tolerate light. A large portion of the paper discusses the relationship between birdsong and plants, exploring the research in the development of Dan Carlson's Sonic Bloom, and how it opens us to understanding how much we don't know about the inter-relationships in the natural world, not only between plants and birds, but the rich tapestry of connections among ...
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Have you ever sung in a Choir or played in a Band? Do you enjoy listening to songs on the radio, in the grocery store, or from your favorite album? I’m willing to bet the answer to (at least) the latter is a manyfold “yes”! In today’s world, Music is played and consumed in Equal Temperament Tuning, and has been since the 18th Century. This Tuning System does lots of good, as Instruments can play with each other in all keys without issue. However, it’s widely believed that Equal Temperament isn’t perfectly in synch with ratios found in Nature; Pure Intervals (occurring naturally) consist of Whole Number Ratios of frequencies. Thus, a Tuning System harnessing the Ratios found in Nature could affect us differently than Equal Temperament (which we are all inevitably accustomed to). Enter: Just Intonation! EarthSong- The Gravity and Levity of Just Intonation  
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As I sat down to finish this paper tonight, I had worked a full day at my busy job, swung by the post office, heated up left overs, opened my computer while grabbing a few bites and decided to listen to a podcast while I was getting settled, eating and beginning to write! My earbuds, though connected, would not play the audio of the podcast so I tested the audio on my playlist called “chants.” The audio worked fine with my chants and immediately, I stopped the crazy multi-tasking I was not born to do. I closed the computer, listened to the chants and ate my food. I slowed down, feeling the descending speed of chewing, tasting my food, noticing my digestive system saying, “thank you!.” When my mind started to re-discuss past conversations of the day or what I wanted to add to this paper, I was able to hear the chatter and make a choice to listen to the sounds of the chants and accompanying music. While not singularly immersed in the the sound meditation since I was eating...
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Human Design offers an individualized set of mechanical strategies for navigating life. A core element of these strategies is making decisions, and this system prescribes three different methods for making decisions that all involve listening to the vibrations of energy centers in the body. This essay attempts to both explain the reasoning for employing a body-centered decision authority and describe the process of perceiving the voice of each energy center. Bryan_Beard_Essay
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My paper focuses on the details surrounding my Kundalini Yoga intensive 10-month certification journey from 2019 through 2020, and the invaluable lessons I learned about trusting my own inner guidance. My writing is based on my own personal experience watching a 60-year patriarchal institution crumble and reform itself from the inside out and has been one of the most formative and valuable spiritual teachings I have experienced. Destroying the Guru Myth- The Path to Discovering my Own Internal Wisdom
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"The Gong Song" is an ode to the history and glory of one of the world's most profound instruments. Its an exploration of the history of the gong, following its roots as it ventures from Asia expands into the west. It takes a brief look at how the gong has become interwoven into so many facets of our life from the mystical to the mundane and ventures a theory on how it has achieved such cultural prominence and relevance. The Gong Song – an ode to gong history and glory
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This is a collection of channeled messages I’ve received during the course of this certification. There seems to be a few overall themes that keep coming up: all is one, unconditional love is the way, and the time is now. The first message was from St. Germain, the second is of unknown origin, and the third is by "ashkatar" (upon further research, I believe this might be Ashtar). I offer these messages as another path towards our collective dream. Charles Peoples III - Final Essay
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Sound healing has proven its effectiveness repeatedly for humans, can it work for plants too? In this paper, I will walk you through a few studies that show us that plants are very affected by soundwaves. Soundwaves can help plants grow faster and stronger. One of the studies adds the power of positive intention into the equation, which also helped the plant grow. Plants also use soundwaves as triggers for everyday aspects of their lives. I close the paper out by talking about some fun ways plant’s energies are being seen. In one instance, a plant was able to drive a little electric car. There is also a device you can hook up to a plant to be able to hear the music it is creating. Plants are affected by sound and positive energy, just as we are. Plants are an important aspect of life on Earth, so learning to work with the plants and hear what they are telling us again is in our best interest, so we can all work together. Th...
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