Not only the ancient Tao masters knew that music and song have great healing potential. In all cultures, shamans and medicine men accompanied the treatment of the sick with rhythm, songs, and dances. "The ear is the entrance to the soul" is the popular saying.

The Chinese physician Sun Si Miao was known among the common people as the king of medicine because of his competence and medical practice. He found out as early as 600 AD that the vibrations of certain tones positively influence the course of diseases.

The Ayurvedic physician Shri Balaji També writes: "One must set the cells of the body in vibration. Because through the vibration of the cells, the consciousness of a sick person can be changed sustainably that promotes health. The soul of the singer resonates in the human voice, and the sound of the voice contains its individuality.

The 'Six Healing Sounds' are easy to learn and allow a direct influence on our condition. Movement sequences belonging to the respective organ positions, controlled breathing and inwardly vibrating sounds allow a healing power specifically acting on individual organs to emerge. The exact connections here are still not researched.

It was Grandmaster Mantak Chia who significantly popularized the Six Healing Sounds in the West. The 5 yin organs heart, lungs, kidneys, liver and spleen are in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) a life-sustaining whole, to which the Six Healing Sounds refer.

The aim of the exercises is nothing less than emotional harmonisation.