Knowledge and facts

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Here are some astonishing facts about sound healing:

According to University of Plymouth, Faculty of Human Sciences, Institute of Health Studies, Taunton, UK: musical vibrations that are in tune with our human vibratory pattern could have a profound healing effect on the entire body. Read more  


According to the American Music Therapy Association Standards of Clinical Practice assessments should include the “general categories of psychological, cognitive, communicative, social, and physiological functioning focusing on the client’s needs and strengths…and will also determine the client’s response to music, music skills, and musical preferences” The result of the assessment is used to create an individualized music therapy intervention plan. Read more  


According to a 2009 Cochrane review of 23 clinical trials, it was found that some music may reduce heart rate, respiratory rate, and blood pressure in patients with coronary heart disease. Benefits included a decrease in blood pressure, heart rate, and levels of anxiety in heart patients. Read more   


Recent experimental evidence has shown that laser pulses tuned to the right frequency can kill certain viruses.To expedite this search, Sankey and his student Eric Dykeman have developed a way to calculate the vibrational motion of every atom in a virus shell. From this, they can determine the lowest resonant frequencies. Read more  


An article published in the UK magazine "Everyday Practical Electronics" describes sound healing: "The End to All Disease".Read more


The British osteopath Sir Peter Guy Manners developed a machine that treated patients with healing vibrations. The machine is placed on the area to be treated and a frequency is set to match the cells of a healthy body. Advocates believe that the treatment makes the body's cells vibrate at a healthy resonance. By the 1990s, Manners had developed a computerized system with about 800 frequencies used to treat a range of conditions. Similar therapies are also known by names such as bioresonance and vibrational therapy. This therapy is used to treat such conditions as cancer. Read more  


Bernatzky G, Bernatzky P, Hesse HP, Staffen W, Ladurner G. Paris-Lodron University, Salzburg, Austria: Stimulating music increases motor coordination in patients afflicted with Morbus Parkinson. Read more  


Recent studies have examined the effect of music therapy on stroke patients, when combined with traditional therapy. One study found the incorporation of music with therapeutic upper extremity exercises gave patients more positive emotional effects than exercise alone. In another study, Nayak et al. found that rehabilitation staff rated participants in the music therapy group were more actively involved and cooperative in therapy than those in the control group. Their findings gave preliminary support to the efficacy of music therapy as a complementary therapy for social functioning and participation in rehabilitation with a trend toward improvement in mood during acute rehabilitation. Reade more  


A new science is emerging that is changing our traditional understanding of health and healing. The latest scientific research is focusing on experiments, which are quantifying the effects of energy, light and information on human beings. Leading the way are an international team of world-renowned scientists, William Tiller, PhD, Gary Schwartz, PhD, and Konstantin Kortokov, PhD, with their studies of the Reconnective Healing® frequencies, first discovered by Eric Pearl, D.C. The powerful and profound results of this research, anticipated to be published later this year, are attracting the attention of the best and brightest in the scientific community. Read more  


There are many different music therapy assessment tools, but one particularly suited to adolescents is the “Music Therapy Assessment for Emotionally Disturbed Children.” The term “emotionally disturbed children” refers to a diverse group of diagnoses including behavioral disorders, schizophrenia, affective/mood disorders, autism, anxiety disorders, and attachment disorders. This assessment concentrates not only on the facts of developmental skills but on the quality, content, and development of these affective behaviors. Read more


Science is becoming increasingly interested in the relationship between sound and the brain. In many cases, a background rhythm will help and assist somebody with ';to speak and read in rhythm. Exposure to different kinds of patterns — high range, mid-range, low range, slow tempo, medium, high tempo — can help bring order to their thinking. In a 2001 study, one researcher found that brain activity changes when there is soothing music, and there is biological evidence that we can actually remove a great deal of the tension in frustrated children by exposing them to more soothing sounds. 


In 2009, the journal "Alternative Therapies in Health and Medicine" published a review of 22 studies of brain-wave entrainment and outcomes. The conclusion was that brain-wave entrainment is extremely effective tool to use on cognitive functioning deficits, pain, stress, headaches and premenstrual syndrome.

An additional research was written in a 1993  by scientists at Michigan State University. They disclosed that levels of interleukin-1 (an immune-cell messenger molecule that regulate the activity of other immune cells) increased by 13 to 15% when subjects listened to music for only 5 minutes.


Additionally researchers at University of Alberta have used  Low Intensity Pulsed Ultrasound (LIPUS)-a sound based technology-to gently massage teeth roots and jawbones and have grown new teeth. On June 2006, a device was licensed, by the FDA, and Health Canada, for use by dentists.


Yet another example of research done  on sound healing  by Deforia Lane.  at the California State University. Thirty migraine sufferers were studied for a six week period. There were three groups. One group listened to their favorite music. The other group listend to relaxation techniques. The third group served as a control group (they did neither). All three groups received the same amount of migraine medication. At the end of the study music clearly  proved the most effective  technique. study made a year later showed that the patients who continued to listen to music a regular part of their day reported an 83% decrease in migraines.


Researchers in the UK have found that sound  therapy successfully cured 90% of male patients that were suffering from prostate cancer, without any harmful side effects . Dr Hashim Ahmed, who led the study at University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation, stated “We’re optimistic that men diagnosed with prostate cancer may soon be able to undergo a day case surgical procedure, which can be safely repeated once or twice, to treat their condition with very few side-effects.”

Read More:


The human body frequencies
What is HTSF?
Matching HTSF to a disease
The healing power of sounds








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