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Healing Through Music: Music Therapy in Ayurvedic Medicine

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Collin Reynolds

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Holly Donahue Singh

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Ayurvedic medicine is a traditional, alternative form of non-Western medicine, that focuses on health and well-being. Music therapy, the use of music to heal one physically or emotionally, can be found as a source of healing in the Ayurvedic system. By synthesizing other sources, such as research, personal blogs, news, and books, the use of music therapy in Ayurvedic treatment and South Asian tradition is understood. Using the methods given previously, there will also be information regarding the interaction between music therapy in biomedicine and Ayurvedic medicine, and how the former influences the latter. Music therapy also having influence from other South Asian countries will be reviewed, as the healing practices and religious or ritual places of other related places have much comparative information to offer to the project. To handle and develop the materials related to music therapy within the context of South Asia and the context of Ayurvedic medicine can offer education to those in the medical field a new perspective on the ideas of music therapy, and those who are interested in understanding the concepts, applications, and effects of therapy on themselves or others.

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Healing Through Music: Music Therapy in Ayurvedic Medicine

Ayurvedic medicine is a traditional, alternative form of non-Western medicine, that focuses on health and well-being. Music therapy, the use of music to heal one physically or emotionally, can be found as a source of healing in the Ayurvedic system. By synthesizing other sources, such as research, personal blogs, news, and books, the use of music therapy in Ayurvedic treatment and South Asian tradition is understood. Using the methods given previously, there will also be information regarding the interaction between music therapy in biomedicine and Ayurvedic medicine, and how the former influences the latter. Music therapy also having influence from other South Asian countries will be reviewed, as the healing practices and religious or ritual places of other related places have much comparative information to offer to the project. To handle and develop the materials related to music therapy within the context of South Asia and the context of Ayurvedic medicine can offer education to those in the medical field a new perspective on the ideas of music therapy, and those who are interested in understanding the concepts, applications, and effects of therapy on themselves or others.