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Sonic Therapeutic Intervention: A Better Medicine for the Future

Kulkarni, Shruti Gopal

Sonic Therapeutic Intervention (STI) is, in essence, a method of healing and self-improvement based on the regular administration of particular sound vibrations. Based on the fundamental principle that various types of sounds have particular effects on the mind and body, Sonic Therapeutic Intervention seeks to take advantage of those sounds that are most beneficial to the mind, in order to create various positive effects — including decreased anger and anxiety, more developed cognitive function, improved decision-making ability, and increased self-control. With regular practice, Sonic Therapeutic Intervention is effectively able to enact these beneficial effects, thus destroying the root causes of a variety of social and psychological problems.

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Columbia Undergraduate Scholars Program
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January 9, 2012

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Presented at the 2011 Columbia Journey Seminar Forum of the Columbia Undergraduate Scholar Program.

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