Regaining Control Over our Genes: Energy, Vibration, and Tibetan Singing Bowl Therapy


  • Alexandra Matei Danubius University of Galati


consciousness; belief; mental health; energy; vibration


Our thought systems, positive intentions, and vibrations expressed through sound, writing,
and other forms, along with an individual's will to shape their life, constitute key elements in their
micro-universe and consciousness. Changes at this level offer a holistic understanding of the individual
and their experiences, influencing life quality emotionally, socially, economically, and spiritually. This
bidirectional interaction between the biological system and human capacity for transformation through
consciousness and belief remains a mystery for researchers and cognitive psychology. The paper
explores how our thoughts' vibrations can cause radical changes in the human body, thus improving or
not improving life quality. Although this hypothesis cannot be statistically quantified due to limited
resources, I will use my own experimental observation gained from providing sound healing treatments
in analyzing the hypothesis. Based on my clients' responses and specialized literature, an improvement
in the emotional and biological state of individuals who underwent the procedure was observed.

Author Biography

Alexandra Matei, Danubius University of Galati

Faculty of Behavioural and Applied Sciences






How to Cite

Matei, A. (2024). Regaining Control Over our Genes: Energy, Vibration, and Tibetan Singing Bowl Therapy. New Trends in Psychology, 6(1), 14–21. Retrieved from