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Healing with Sound Frequencies August 13, 2006

Posted by healthyself in Beneficial frequencies, Biological Activity, Biological Effects, Blogroll, Brain Cancer, Breast Cancer, Cancer, Cancer Protection, Cell changes, Cell phone industry, Cell phone safety, Children's health, Circadian rhythms, Electrosensitivity, Environment, Harmonics, Health related, Heart, High Frequencies, high voltage transmission lines, Medicine, Mitigation, Music, radiation, Stress, Vibration, Vibrational Medicine.
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Did you ever think about the sounds that electronic equipment makes?  Until recently, most telephone rings were disturbing sounds.  I often wondered why they couldn’t make them sound pleasant.  Of course, sirens are meant to be unpleasant to get your attention, but I notice my heart skips a beat when I hear them.  What if the sounds around us were good for us instead of irritating.

Well, some are….

“Many cultures recognise the importance of music and sound as a healing power.

In the ancient civilizations of India, the Orient, Africa, Europe and among the Aboriginals and American lndians, the practice of using sound to heal and achieve balance from within has existed for thousands of years.

The Tibetans still use bells, chimes, bowls, and chanting as the foundation of their spiritual practice.

In Bali, Indonesia, the echoing gamelang, gong, and drum are used in ceremonies to uplift and send messages.

The Australian Aboriginals and Native American shamanists use vocal toning and repetitive sound vibration with instruments created from nature in sacred ceremony to adjust any imbalance of the spirit, emotions or physical being.

The Priests of ancient Egypt knew how to use vowel sounds to resonate their energy centers or chakras. There is a direct link between different parts of the body and specific sounds. Such a technique appears extremely old, yet healing through sound goes back even further-at least as far back as Atlantis where the power of sound was combined with the power of crystal.

At the present time the Hopi American Indian prophecy is being fulfilled with the “Coming of the Rainbow People”, through the keepers of the crystal bowls. This ancient wisdom has emerged to heal and uplift the consciousness of the universe through pure crystal tone.

Prophet Edgar Cayce, predicted pure tones will be used for healing before the end of this century”.

Nostradamus foretold the healing of cancer through pure tone by 1998.

Crystal bowl music is a form of vibrational medicine which validates that everything in the universe is in a state of vibration and the frequency at which an object or person most naturally vibrates is called resonance.

The chakras, bones, and organs in the body all possess a different resonant frequency. When an organ or part of the body is vibrating out of tune or nonharmoniously, it is called “dis-ease” or disease. A body is in a healthy state of being when each cell, each organ creates a resonance that is in harmony with the whole being.”

http://www.crystalinks.com/bowls.html

What are beneficial frequencies? August 10, 2006

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We are made of energy. We carry a frequency, as does everything. It is how we can go into a room and know whether we feel comfortable, or not. Generally we feel comfortable with other things and people that resonate with us.

Some frequencies balance us. Others distort our energy. Some frequencies are healing. Others are disturbing.

We are affected by frequencies all the time. Circadian rhythms are from frequencies that affect us daily, moving in concert with the ocean waves and movements of planets.

The Institute for Heartmath made some important discoveries about musical frequencies in their research. Some tended to help the heart rhythm, others tended to make people feel unbalanced. Music like Mozart and some designer music helped the heart, whereas some new age music caused fatigue and heavy metal music create a lot of disturbance.

http://www.heartmath.org/research/research-papers/effect-music-mood.html

This is a very large subject.

Hopefully telephone companies and other manufacturer’s or electronic equipment will one day find ways to use beneficial frequencies.