Sonic Therapeutic Intervention: A "Better Medicine" for the Future

Kulkarni, Shruti Gopal

The objective of this analysis was to study the practice of Sonic Therapeutic Intervention, an ancient methodology derived from the Vedic tradition, as well as its background, past and present usage, and potential effects. From this, a better understanding of its medical applications may be derived. The information presented for analysis was collected from a variety of published reliable sources on the subject, as well as via interviews of established and experienced practitioners of Sonic Therapeutic Intervention. The information collected was analyzed from the purview of science. The analysis concluded that Sonic Therapeutic Intervention is a safe, cost-effective methodology that is worthy of consideration as a viable treatment for the reduction of three primary root causes and aggravators of a number of health conditions - namely, anger, anxiety, and low self-control - with many potential beneficial effects, but without any known risks of harmful side effects. Recommendations were also made for further study on the potential medical applications of Sonic Therapeutic Intervention.


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Columbia Undergraduate Scholars Program
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July 13, 2011