Music influences our emotions to a great extent. Anyone who has heard a Beethoven sonata or Beatles song knows how much impact a mere sound can create on our mind and body. Music can produce alterations in psychology. Soothing music can generate a positive response of relaxation in which autonomic, immune, endocrine and neuropeptide emotions are altered. This further creates a desired psychological response such as reduction in anxiety and fear. High psychological or physiological stress levels inhabit or block learning. Music acts as a catalyst which can facilitate mental suggestion and enhance the ability to learn. Sounds are used in many areas of medicine including labour and delivery, ICU, CCU, surgery, dentistry, neurology, psychiatry, gerontology, stress and pain management. Music can relieve stress and fear response by re-setting homeostatic set-points precisely because music elements work in synergy with mind function. This can, therefore, alter the homeostatic set-points to derive positive results. It is observed that music can also help in improving cognition, attention span, motor skills, auditory tracking, figure-ground awareness, depth perception and many more vital
element in the judgment of humans.
Fear is a survival instinct. Any psychological occurrence that is perceived by this intuition as a threat to survival, activates the mechanism of fear. And these instincts are genetically derived. Specific sounds can be used to achieve a specific state of mind. Similarly, the response of fear can be turned into alert awareness. The more aware and alert your conscious and subconscious mind is, the easier it is for you to fight your fear.
Sometimes the feeling of fear turns into a spiral. Once a thought enters into the equation of mind, it goes on and on continuously. It is hard to end it because that’s how our thought process works. Automatic responses and recurring thoughts are hard to get rid off because each thought produces a vortex of vibrational energy and every next thought in the same line keeps adding to that spiral of energy.
Nitaai Breathing is a secular form of sound therapy for a stressed brain. If you are passing through the compulsive behavior of fear and anxiety, the sure shot way to achieve peace of mind is by resonating Nitaai Sound continuously. It clears the thought blockages from the body and injects pure vibration. Nitaai Breathing creates a perception of peace and alertness. You are aware of the surroundings and everything that happens around you is just an input analysis and not an output without thinking. Day by day, you get better and better in whatever you do. You are improving yourself to a new level of understanding. You are resonating the sound of Nitaai and continuously growing as a confident person who tackles the response mechanism of fear easily. Fear and anxiety are not something you worry about as a Nitaai Breathing practitioner.
(Reference: Berger, Dorita S. and Schneck, Daniel J. Journal of Scientific Exploration, Vol. 17, No. 4, pp. 687-703, 2003 http://www.academia.edu/4340349/The_Use_of_Music_Therapy_as_a_Clinical_Intervention_for_Physiologic_Functional_Adaptation)