The benefits of sound have been experienced since the beginning of time.  Sound is where we came from.  Sound is the heaven that we will go back to. Sound was here long before language.  Sound is sacred and we each have our own unique sound signature.  Using the sound of our own voice to heal our brain and body is homeo-sonic science.  This is a proven method of sound treatment, similar to homeopathic medicine, where a like remedy meets a like issue and they marry, becoming one, thus cancelling out each individual unit, restructuring newness.  

Sound is ancient and nondescript so when it travels through the air, travelling as a sphere and going into your brain as a key going into a lock, your DNA, consciousness and soul knows what to do with it. The sound has an intelligence.  It is natural, coherent, intelligent music.

The benefits of releasing the old, dull vibration of stuck stress, emotions and/or trauma, (what I call the shadow frequency) using our voice, results in recovery of the sensitive, electrical sound system in the body, thus amplifying our musical frequency and our life.

Once we light up, we can experience benefits such as:

*inner happiness

*calmness and peace

*less drama

*clear focus

*greater intimacy with loved ones

*success and prosperity

*setting and achieving goals

*higher creativity

*desire for connection

*pleasure rather than pain

*longevity empowerment

… and much more…


Below is an article by Dr. Jeffrey Thompson who is a pioneer in the Sound Healing movement, validating the results and benefits of homeo-sonic science.  Please visit his website to learn more on this topic. 

Sound — Medicine for the New Millennium

Dr. Jeffrey D. Thompson, D.C., B.F.A.

Human beings have been using sound to access deeper states of consciousness, expand awareness and heal the body for thousands of years. Chanting, toning, Tibetan singing bowls, Chinese meditation gongs, and mantras, are just a few examples of this use of sound. Today, with highly sophisticated technological equipment, we can not only observe the functioning of the body and the brain in unprecedented detail, but also measure the changes that take place in the mind and body in different states of consciousness and different states of health.

Research projects in major universities across the country have explored the neurophysiology of meditation, deep relaxation states and mind/body interactions during healing. In one study a simple meditation technique used for 20 minutes a day caused profound changes in blood pressure, stress handling ability, immune response and feelings of well being – never mind using any kind of high-tech approach which could bring consciousness to very deep levels of relaxation. Using this technology as a daily tool for mind/body integration and stress reduction can have many positive benefits.

Present technology allows us to affect the body/mind in two parallel ways:

1. Healing the body with physical resonance using sound frequency vibrations.

2. Changing states of consciousness using sound with sympathetic resonance of brainwave function – Brainwave Entrainment.

Physical resonance is like making a wine glass vibrate with the correct sound frequency. In this case, we can resonate different parts of the body with sound for healing. My first attempts with this were chiropractic spinal adjustments using sound. Each vertebra is a different size, density, and mass and, just like a wineglass, can be resonated with the correct sound. This causes the vertebra to vibrate back into position using only sound waves. Similarly, cranial bones and cerebrospinal fluid can be influenced with sound resonance. Each organ is a different size, density and mass for each person and also has a fundamental frequency, which causes a balancing of the cellular function. These changes can be seen on a blood chemistry-screening test.

The brain itself is an organ. This organ also has a unique size, density and mass. What would the effect be of exposing the brain to its own fundamental frequency vibration pattern? It would be a normalizing of its function as an organ, responding as any other organ would respond. Since the brain’s function is to coordinate and direct the function of all the other systems, we should see a global balancing of all the body’s systems at the moment the brain is exposed to its own single fundamental sound frequency.

Using sound, it is possible to make profound changes in brainwave patterns and states of consciousness, observable on brainwave mapping equipment (EEG), as well as positive changes in the body measurable with blood tests, biofeedback equipment and other sophisticated procedures.