Exploring the Healing Possibilities of Sound

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“Sound is the medicine of the future.”  —Edgar Cayce

 There is no doubt that sound has subtle, but profound, effects on our bodies, minds, and spirits, but how exactly does sound work to heal us? Have you ever listened to an orchestra prepare to play an invigorating symphony? There is a cacophony first with the woodwinds and strings, horns, and timpani making quite a ruckus, but when they tune their instruments precisely, the sound that washes over you like a wave, can bring peace and excitement that surpasses some of the most invigorating practices on Earth.

The body works in much the same way. If a single instrument (organ, or organ system) is playing its own tune, and is not in harmony with the rest of the body, disease is more likely to happen. As sound therapist, Dr. John Beaulieu, N.D., Ph.D., explains: “The fundamental principle of Energy Medicine is that an underlying energy field generates physical, emotional, and mental behaviors or symptoms. If we change the energy field, the physical, emotional, and mental behaviors will also change.”

One of the most effective ways to change the energy field is through a science called cymatics. Though he was not the first to discover that sound could heal, Dr. Hans Jenny, M.D., of Basel Switzerland put together some fascinating experiments where we could literally ‘see’ how sound works. Jenny created ‘cymatics’ when he put sand, fluid, or some other powder on a metal plate that was attached to an oscillator. An oscillator is essentially a vibrator, but his oscillator was controlled by a generator that was able to produce thousands of types of frequencies. Some of these can be found in nature, and others are created by man.

By changing the frequencies on the oscillator, Jenny found that sand, or water, or whatever substance he was using to create a visible medium for his sound, would morph into some very interesting shapes. These shapes mimicked the properties of divine geometry, and the higher the frequency, the more complex the shapes would appear to be. “Since the various aspects of these phenomena are due to vibration,” he wrote, “we are confronted with a spectrum which reveals a patterned, figurative formation at one pole and kinetic-dynamic processes at the other, the whole being generated and sustained by its essential periodicity.”

What Jenny discovered was really a simple way of observing matter come to life. Since we now understand, through the emerging field of quantum physics, that patterns emerge via waves of energy, the plates were showing the scientist a similar phenomenon. In ancient Sumerian society, this was a known fact. This is why practices like mantra were held in high esteem. The seed syllable, OM, for example, causes a certain frequency to imprint upon the ‘matter’ around it, and, thus, changes the energetic field.

Over millennia, those who have studied the science of sound have come to understand that certain frequencies are very healing for the human body. Overall, however, you are trying to create resonance—“When two systems are oscillating at different frequencies,” says Richard Gordon, author of Quantum-Touch, “there is an impelling force called resonance that causes the two to transfer energy from one to another. When two similarly tuned systems vibrate at different frequencies, there is another aspect of this energy transfer called entrainment, which causes them to line up and to vibrate at the same frequency.” When we ‘entrain’ with healing frequencies, our bodies and minds vibrate in harmony. (http://www.quantumtouch.com/ )

Most ancient cultures used the seemingly magical power of sound to heal. Sound healing had almost disappeared in the West until the 1930s when acoustic researchers discovered ultrasound and its medical properties. With this discovery, research burgeoned, and today the ancient art of sound healing is rapidly developing into a new science. There is now a mass of research into the healing benefits of ultrasound, including its use in breaking up kidney stones and even shrinking tumors. In addition, infrasound and audible sound are now recognized as having immense healing properties.

Resonance may be the most important principle of sound healing and has various definitions. In the context of healing humans or animals, it can be described as the frequency of vibration that is most natural to a specific organ or system, such as the heart, liver or lungs. This innate frequency is known as the prime resonance.

All cells emit sound as a consequence of their metabolic processes. There is an interaction between the cells’ own sounds and those imposed by the environment, including those applied by sound healing devices. The resonance principle relates to the cellular absorption of the healing sounds and/or their harmonics. In sound healing, the principles of resonance are employed to re-harmonize cells that have been (hypothetically) imprinted with disruptive frequencies. Such troublesome imprints may have been a result of toxic substances, emotional traumas, pathogens, or long-term exposure to noise pollution.

Another possible explanation of how sound is able to trigger the healing response relates to cellular ion channels. Situated within a cell membrane, ion channels are the means by which the cell receives nourishment and communicates with neighboring cells. In dysfunctional cells, it is proposed that some of these vital channels are shut down, causing cell senescence, so literally the cell is sleeping. In this hypothesis, sound opens the closed channels, supporting the cell to awaken and resume normal functioning and replication.

UCLA professor Dr. James Gimzewski has taken a revolutionary approach to studying cellular function. He uses an atomic force microscope, a kind of supersensitive microphone, to listen to the sounds emitted by cells. The focus of this new science, called sonocytology, is the mapping of the pulsations of the cell’s outer membrane, thus identifying the “songs of the cell.” Gimzewski’s work has revealed that every cell in our bodies has a unique sonic signature and ‘sings’ to its neighbors. Sonocytology is a potentially powerful, diagnostic tool for identifying the sounds of healthy cells versus those of injurious ones. But it introduces an even more exciting prospect: the ability to play the destructive sounds of rogue cells back to them greatly amplified, so that they implode and are destroyed. In this scenario there would be no collateral damage to surrounding tissue since healthy cells would not resonate with these frequencies. This is the process I will be testing myself. ( https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=05Io6lop3mk)

 

Cancer and Processed Sugar

Want to improve your health? Change your diet! This message is slowly permeating mainstream society but has yet to convince fast-food lovers and sugary-treat fanatics. Largely unaware of food consequences, many still dive into high-fat, high-sugar food options without a second thought; but a recent study affirming that cancer cells grow and thrive on processed sugar may change that.

Nature Medicine recently confirmed that processed sugar is one of the primary driving forces behind the growth and spread of cancer tumors. The results were so conclusive, in fact, that future cancer screening may rely on scanning the body for accumulated sugar for signs of the disease.

The University College London (UCL) in the U.K. made this discovery after experimenting with a new cancer detection method that involves utilizing a unique form of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). The scientists sensitized an MRI scanner to look specifically for glucose in the body, and it revealed that cancer tumors—which have been shown to feed off sugar—light up brightly as they contain high amounts of sugar.

Explained by a recent UCL announcement, “The new technique, called ‘glucose chemical exchange saturation transfer’ (glucoCEST), is based on the fact that tumors consume much more glucose (a type of sugar) than normal, healthy tissues in order to sustain their growth.” On the update given by the university, it was noted that tumors appear as “bright images” on the scanner.

When traditionally scanning for cancer, low-dose radiation injections are used to identify the presence of tumors. This makes sense, as radiation is another known cause of cancer, but such an injection is not optimal due to its potential side effects. However, this method works because the things that trigger and promote cancer to develop and spread can also be used by doctors to detect it inside the body. And sugar can now officially be added to that list.

“The method uses an injection of normal sugar and could offer a cheap, safe alternative to existing methods for detecting tumors, which require the injection of radioactive material,” says Dr. Simon Walker-Samuel, lead researcher of the study from the UCL Center for Advanced Biomedical Imaging (CABI).

The main culprits of deadening sugar include: white sugar and flour, sweetened and processed foods, and fast food. The way these break down in the body (compared to natural sources of fructose from fruit), is that they cause an increase of hormones to be released (specifically insulin), and in effect, signal for cancer cells to feed and continue to grow in size. (http://complete-health-and-happiness.com/mri-shows-cancer-cells-thrive-on-processed-sugar/)

 

Electric Ancient Egyptians

James Brown, an Arizona general contractor, has published a very interesting new book, Electric Ancient Egyptians: Penetrating the Atom With Electrified Sperm. Brown’s research has led him to the hypothesis that the ancient Egyptian pharaohs understood natural forms of energy, such as static electricity and electrical currents. He believes they were manipulating atomic structure with electrified sperm, using it as a catalyst to transmute elements as part of their royal duties.

Temple carving and artifacts, he says, reveal that the ancient Egyptians had the ability to generate electricity and to electrify specific parts of the human body. The abundance of gold, Brown argues, didn’t represent wealth but was used instead to facilitate natural forms of energy, which have been misinterpreted as strictly ceremonial, but were, in fact, procedures for stimulating electrical and energetic pathways throughout the body and brain of the living pharaoh. Gold would have been the metal of choice since it is the best electrical conductor.

Brown’s book is a radical re-interpretation of ancient Egyptian art and symbolism and is the first in a series of three volumes. These books are the result of more than thirty-five years of research and evidence gathered from grassroots research expeditions to Giza, Luxor, Saqqara, Abydos and Abu Simbel.

This ongoing research offers more compelling evidence than many traditional interpretations of ancient Egyptian monuments, artifacts, and temple and tomb art, and need to be reconsidered and re-evaluated. Images that were carved in the walls of temples and tombs do not support the traditional interpretations. According to Brown, “Our eyes are the tools for critical interpretation. The scientific and technological implications for free energy are enormous.” ( http://www.electricancientegyptians.com/)

 

Digital Deception

We know not to trust everything we see and hear on TV, but do we understand just how much misinformation we are being fed? Do we know the full extent of it? Do we know what is really real?

Consider that many of those you see on the news are only actors, paid to stage events and aftermaths for TV consumption. Would it surprise you to learn that well-known footage from prominent world events was actually digitally created, all part of staged drama, used to sway the TV-watching public into accepting profitable wars and to supporting an agenda of centralizing global government? Or that even the supposedly random televised lottery draws—which give hope to millions that they may one day escape the confines of a controlled society—are actually rigged?

The truth is, you can’t trust the people you see on TV, and you certainly can’t trust the people who own, regulate, and benefit politically, socially, or financially from what you see.

What I suspect is that the mainstream, corporate-owned, and government-regulated media is waging war on our collective consciousness, beaming fear-inducing images of terrorism and deception right into our living rooms. Could such deceptions have shaped the way we think, the way we vote, and the way we allow our taxes to be spent? Have we allowed wars to be declared in our name, countries to be overthrown, and trillion-dollar military operations to be funded at our expense—all based on the imagery of simple yet fallible computer graphics? They don’t call it the “idiot box” for nothing. (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VbvgOFxp-hk)

By Jerry Decker