top of page
Search

My Way or the Highway

One Resonant Frequency vs. Several Frequencies


There are two camps in the world of Sound Healing. The first is that each person has their own unique resonant frequency (also known as our soul frequency). This is the one note we find in order to become more centered and to keep us grounded.


For example, this theory has been researched and published in several studies conducted by the brilliant Dr. Jeffrey D. Thompson, D.C., B.F.A., C.N.S.T. Diplomate at the Center for Neuroacoustic Research in San Diego. This concept uses BioTuning for finding ones “central processing” frequency by balancing both the sympathetic and parasympathetic systems.


The second school of thought is that we need a balance of all frequencies. This is the basis of the research done by Dr. Alfred Tomatis. It also the basis for the Voicebio system which replaces missing frequencies back into your system. This can be achieved by either toning (singing) the note or by listening to a singing bowl, tuning fork or song in the key of the missing note. It has been shown in research that when a person is missing a certain pitch or note in their voice, they are actually missing essential nutrients that can affect organs in the body and create disease. Research also points to missing frequencies as the cause of learning differences and autism.


In my field of sound healing, typically people are in one camp or the other and rarely agree. However, I personally believe that anything is better than nothing. Why not try what works best for you? It’s not a “one size fits all” in my personal experience. Just like any type of meditation or relaxation for wellness. Some prefer yoga to Tai Chi. Some like to walk their dog outside in nature while others enjoy Spin at Soulcycle. Some belt Black Sabbath and some relax to Beetoven.


For me, I find inner peace and solitude from the haunting ancient sounds of Celtic music infused with the Voicebio system. So whatever your jam (pardon the pun) find it and go for it!



27 views0 comments

Recent Posts

See All

コメント


bottom of page