Welcome to Advanced Vibrational Frequencies

We use Pranic healing a no-touch modality where all types of illnesses can be re-energized. It is a highly developed and tested system of energy-based healing techniques, using “prana" – the vital energy life-force to balance, harmonize and transform your body's energy processes. The Chinese refer to this subtle energy as "Chi". It is also called "Ruha" in Hebrew or the "Breath of Life" in the Old Testament.

We employed the services of world famous Pranic Healer Dr. George Dangel and recorded his powerful vibrational energy onto these sound tracks. These highly advanced vibrational frequencies are available on this website or through our Android and Apple App.

Follow the step by step instructions for the best results and hope you feel better by the experience.

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Advanced Vibrational Frequencies



Healing vibrations direct from Grand Master Pranic Healer Doctor Dangel have have been meticulously recorded in a world class recording studio using state of the art digital recording equipment. Soothing meditation music has been placed over the recorded vibrations to help with the healing process. Each Vibrational Healing Program is targeted for a specific type of healing. Remember though, we are not healing your body,  YOU ARE. 


As Dr Dangel says,

“The most satisfying thing you can ever do is to save a person’s life!  I sit with each client to discuss their concerns; use my healing techniques to locate blockages in the body;

cleanse, energise and revitalisethe affected area with new ‘prana’; and allow the body to heal naturally. This is how pranic healing works its magic.”

All That power inside this app

Step by Step Advanced Vibrational Healing

Take a deep breath through your nose and count 1, 2, 3 and 4. Hold it for 2 seconds and then exhale through your mouth. Do this 8 times in total.

Read this Mantra 3 times:

I fear nothing in this world. It is my world and I am in control of it. I am the director of my life movie and I chose to be happy and grateful for everything that I have.

I am safe in my world, I am loved in my world and I am me.

I now bask in the unlimited opportunities offered to me by this world. I am a magnet for success, for love, for prosperity, and perfect health.


Learn this off by heart and when you wake up in the middle of the night worrying about the problems of the world, plus those thoughts away gently and just keep saying this mantra over and over again.

If you are listening to a particular vibrational track to get help for a specific illness add this to your Mantra:

If you are listening to a particular vibrational track to get help for a specific illness add this to your Mantra:

I can feel the ‘Asthma’ (for example) being treated. I know I am being treated. I have no

I am safe in my world, I am loved in my world and I am me.

I now bask in the unlimited opportunities offered to me by this world. I am a magnet for success, for love, for prosperity, and perfect health.


Learn this off by heart and when you wake up in the middle of the night worrying about the problems of the world, push those thoughts away gently and just keep saying this mantra over and over again.

If you are listening to a particular vibrational track to get help for a specific illness add this to your Mantra:

I can feel the ‘Asthma’ (for example) being treated, I know I am being treated, I know I am being treated, I have no Asthma.

Find a quiet place and listen to the sound tracks. Be conscious of year breathing. Be conscious and aware that you are being treated. You can repeat this process a couple of times a day. You are reprogramming your subconscious mind so depending on how much baggage you have there will determine how long it will take to help you.

In the case of the track that dispels bad energy in your house or room (called room and house cleansing) you can play the track on your phone or sound device out loud in the center of the house or room.

Enjoy the journey


BY admin | 25 Oct 2019 04:00 PM

Everything is Energy, Everything is One, Everything is Possible. Welcome to the Quantum world.

by Hans Andeweg

Everything is energy, and everything is connected to everything else. The water in the ocean and the clouds in the sky. The trees and the animals. You, me, and the world around us. Everything comes from the same source and returns to it. Everything is one. Thoughts and feelings are energy as well, so everything we think and feel has an influence on everything and everyone on this planet. In this way, we create our own reality, because mind rules over matter

Everything Is Energy

Is everything energy? Is everything united? If I look around right now, I see a laptop and the table on which I’m writing this book, a window, and behind that window a garden with fllkowers, shrubs, and trees. These are all individual forms and things. Yes, everything is one, because everything consists of the same matter, but in this “solid” truth I see an incoherent number of phenomena rather than a unified whole. At school I learned that matter is made up of molecules. Molecules consist of atoms. Atoms consist of a nucleus with electrons circling around it. All are parts, fractions, and particles, but at first sight there is no whole, no unity. Nevertheless, appearances are deceiving. Solid reality turns out to be less solid than it appears. Science has proved that matter is 99.999999999999 percent empty space. That’s twelve nines after the decimal point! If you enlarge the nucleus of an atom to the size of a pinhead, the first electron would be at a distance of 160 feet. In between, there is only empty space. That means that the book you are reading now, the chair you sit on, the house you live in, the earth you live on, that so-called solid reality consists for the most part of empty space. If there is so much empty space, what is left in terms of solid matter? A quick calculation shows us that the solid part of an atom is only 0.000000000001 percent of the whole atom’s mass. It is inconceivable that solid objects should consist of so little solid matter. And in fact even this “solid” matter is not solid.

The End of Solid Parts

For a long time after the discovery of molecules and atoms in the seventeenth century, scientists assumed that molecules and atoms consisted of solid particles. But according to quantum physics, developed in the early twentieth century, there are no “particles” per se: Energy is the basis of material reality. Every type of particle is conceived of as a quantum vibration in a field: Electrons are vibrations in electron fields, protons vibrate in a proton field, and so on. Everything is energy, and everything is connected to everything else through fi elds. At its most elementary level, matter does not show up as isolated little particles; all matter is essentially one and indivisible, a connected, dynamic tissue of vibrating fi elds of energy. For more on this subject, see Lynne McTaggart’s The Field and Marja de Vries’s The Whole Elephant Revealed. Not only do the atom and solid matter consist mainly of empty space, it is the same in outer space. There are as many stars in the Universe as there are grains of sand on the beaches of the earth combined. These are almost infinitely large numbers, but in between them 99.999999999999 percent of the space is empty. A bit of a waste, all that unused space. Did God lack imagination when he created the Universe, or is there something else going on? The quantum theory researchers discovered the answer: Not only do particles consist of energy, but so does the space between. This is the so-called zero-point energy. Therefore it is true: Everything consists of energy.

Zero-Point Energy

The latest scientific discoveries point more and more to a fundamental primary energy that works throughout the entire Universe and connects everything to everything else. This sea of energy that penetrates everything was fi rst measured by Dr. Harold Puthoff . The experiment was conducted at 0 degrees Kelvin, which is called absolute zero and is the same as −273 degrees Celsius. If you heat something by adding energy, the molecules move faster and faster. For instance, when heated, water starts bubbling and evaporates. The reverse happens when you cool water down: The molecules move more and more slowly, and the water freezes and solidifies. According to the old scientific model, no molecule, atom, or more elementary particle moves at absolute zero, thus at that temperature it should not be possible to measure any energy whatsoever. Instead of no energy, as expected, Puthoff  found what he called “a boiling ‘witch’s cauldron’” of energy.

The German physicist Max Planck was the first to prove, in 1911, that the empty space between the planets and the atoms is indeed overflowing with energy, which he called zero-point energy. Physicist John Wheeler of Texas University later calculated that the zero-point energy of one cubic centimeter of empty space equals 10¹°8 joules. That is more than the energy in all the matter of the Universe. Other researcher’s calculations suggest a lower figure. According to the famous American physicist Richard Feynman, the energy density of the vacuum is “only” 10?5 joules per cubic centimeter. This still means that a glass full of empty space contains enough energy to set the Atlantic Ocean boiling. In her book The Field, Lynne McTaggart gives a survey of scientific discoveries that prove that an energy field that contains everything, connecting everything to everything else, does indeed exist. Consciousness and matter, man and the reality around him—according to her they are all based on the same primary energy. Everything is energy, and according to her, the zero-point energy field is the alpha and the omega, the beginning and the end of our existence.

The Energy with a Thousand Names

If the so-called solid particles of an atom take up 0.000000000001 percent of its volume, and the remaining space is fi lled with zero-point energy, we could say that matter is totally penetrated with energy. And we immediately see that this is old news. Science has recently “discovered” what ancient cultures have known all along—that energy penetrates matter. Everything comes from this energy and returns to it. It is the source of all life. Each culture has given its own name to it. Therefore it is called “The energy with a thousand names.” What are we talking about? Life energy! Life energy has been known all over the world since antiquity, and almost every culture has a name for this energy. Chinese call it ch’i, which is similar to the Greek pneuma, the Latin spiritus vitalis, the prana of yoga, the mana of the Kahunas in Hawaii, the Light of the Christians, the ka of the ancient Egyptians, and the ki in reiki. In our culture you will encounter life energy as the ?uidum of mesmerists, the aether of anthroposophy, the od of Reichenbach, and the orgon of Wilhelm Reich. In all cases, they speak of a subtle energy that is universal, which includes all and penetrates everything. This energy is the carrier of the processes of life and connects everything to everything else. Matter is formed by it. Life energy is usually mentioned together with life force. It has healing, magnetic properties.

Zero-Point Energy and Life Energy

Are zero-point energy and life energy really the same? In his book Tachyonen,  Orgonenergie, Skalarwellen (Tachyon, orgone energy, scalar ways), Marco Bischof gives a well-documented historical overview of the development of the various conceptions of life energy, starting with the Chinese ch’i of 3000 bc and ending with today’s quantum mechanics and zero-point energy. Bischof describes how every culture, depending on its time and place on earth, had a diff erent view on life energy. Because of this, certain aspects of the universal life energy were emphasized more or less so, and he therefore warns us not to group ch’i, ki, ka, prana, mana, and so on together because they are all based on diff erent concepts. According to Bischof there is, however, a common source from which all life energy comes. Bischof finds that life energy is indeed a different, more subtle energy than the forms of energy we know. We can measure, for instance, chemical energy in gasoline, wind energy, or electromagnetic radiation with devices. But he concludes that life energy is a subtle form of energy that can only be perceived intuitively; it cannot be measured with mechanical devices. Bischof describes many examples in which life energy is successfully used, thus improving the health of human beings and animals and the yield of crops. His advice to science is to take the existence of life energy seriously as the latest discoveries in Western science also point to a fundamental primal energy that works throughout the Universe, connecting everything to everything else. According to Bischof, the zero-point energy field is the prime source of the universal life energy that has been described, mentioned, and used by every culture in its own way.

Morphic Fields

So we live in a swirling sea of zero-point energy in which everything and everyone bobs up and down. The world is filled with all sorts of life, which appears in many different forms. There is huge diversity, and that makes life fun, rich, surprising, and interesting. But where do these types of life come from? What “forms” them? There is no easy answer to this question, and science still struggles with the puzzle of how, for instance, a tiny seed grows into a huge tree. How do leaves, branches, fl owers, and fruits get their characteristic shapes? Our body forms fifty billion new cells every day, or about five hundred thousand cells a second. How does a cell know that it is situated at the top of our body and that it should form a hair there? How does a cell know that it is part of a toenail? Who or what supervises this? These kinds of questions have to do with what biologists call morphogenesis, the origin of the form (Greek: morphe = form; genesis = origin). It is one of the great unsolved mysteries of the biological sciences. For many years scientists thought that this is genetically programmed, but now it appears this is far from the whole truth. Genes determine the sequence of amino acids, the building blocks of protein molecules. Other genes determine the moment in which special proteins are formed. In this way the right protein originates at the right moment during the development of the organism. But it is an ongoing mystery how the characteristic form of the body emerges from these building materials. Your arms and legs are chemically identical, but they have different shapes. While the genes supply the building blocks for the material of the body, the blueprint for the shape or design of the organism is missing. Where is the blueprint? Where is the design? Since the 1920s, some biologists have taken the position that this information is stored in a “morphogenetic” field, which is a self-organizing field that holds blueprints that organize matter, comparable to the way the field around a magnet organizes iron fi lings. The English biologist and scientist Rupert Sheldrake has extended this idea to areas outside of biology. Sheldrake thinks that not only organisms but all organizations and ecosystems have an organizing field. He calls all these fields “morphic fields.” He has described his theory in a great number of books and publications, supporting his ideas with the results of scientifi c research. Sheldrake says there are many diff erent sorts of morphic fields.

In plants and animals the fi elds that are responsible for the development of the body are called morphogenetic fi elds. Forms of conduct are organized by fields of conduct. A social field organizes and coordinates the conduct of individuals within the social group. An example of this is the way in which shoals of fish or flocks of birds suddenly change direction as a group. According to Sheldrake, morphic fields contain information: scenarios with step-by-step plans, comparable to the blueprint of a house, as well as instructions that say where to begin. Thus, start with the foundation first, then build the walls, and so on. A beautiful example is the way arched termite hills are constructed. Two groups of termites start building in different places. Eventually they meet at exactly the same place, high up in the air. There are no termites in charge, running from one hill to the other, directing and coordinating. Both groups build independently, and they follow the blueprint prescribed by the morphic field. Morphic fields not only contain old information but can also take in new information. A well-known example is “the hundredth monkey phenomenon.” The macaque monkey lives on the Japanese island of Koshima. In 1952 scientists fed these monkeys with sweet potatoes that were thrown into the sand. The macaques didn’t eat this delicacy because of the dirt. A young monkey found the solution and washed the potatoes in a nearby stream before giving them to its mother. After its mother had also learned the trick, more and more monkeys started to clean the potatoes in the stream. Between 1952 and 1958 a group of around one hundred monkeys started using the washing technique. One might try to explain this in terms of imitation of a behavior; however, after the hundredth monkey had learned to wash his potatoes, all of a sudden the whole tribe on the island started to do the same. It became even more surprising when colonies of macaques on the other islands and on the mainland suddenly started washing their sweet potatoes. For some unknown reason, the trick had passed on to other monkeys at distant locations. Although there was no exact count, this phenomenon became known as the “hundredth” monkey phenomenon. Every species of animal, every system, and every organization has a morphic field and therefore has what we might call a collective memory. You can compare this to a big book in which everything is written, including what a species of animal, a group of people, or a company experiences and comes across. In human beings this collective memory is closely related to what the psychologist C. G. Jung called the collective subconscious. In esotericism the term akashic records is used for the world memory that contains all events since the beginning of time. In a company, everything that has ever happened with the organization is stored in the morphic field of the company. This field is the seat of the company’s culture, a way of doing things that is greater than all the workers or employees and that influences them, usually without their knowledge.

The Difference Between Energy and Information

Morphic fields contain information and can be compared to a script that a system can use to organize itself. The field, as it were, informs matter: InFORMation goes into FORM and becomes matter. It is like incarnation, where spirit manifests itself in human form. Information does the same—it becomes form. However, to read a book, digest the information, and then act on it, you need energy. Sheldrake says nothing about this. In his formative field we only fi nd information, no energy. And interestingly, Lynne McTaggart, in her book The Field, only writes about zero-point energy and doesn’t mention information. Yet Sheldrake and McTaggart often use the same examples to support their theories.

Many authors treat energy and information as if they were one and the same thing, and that is the cause of much confusion. As we shall see later in this book, practical applications increase if we distinguish between these concepts. Energy and information are diff erent properties. A radio newscaster gives us information. If we can’t hear him or her because the volume is too low, we turn up the radio. At that moment we are adding energy, but that does not change the news, the information itself. You need energy to transfer the information from a speaker to an audience, but the information remains the same, independent of the amount of energy; it only sounds louder or softer. No one would think you were telling a different story if you simply spoke louder. Energy doesn’t just take care of the transfer of information, it also makes information take shape, makes something happen with it. You can buy an excellent book to help you out of a depression, but if you don’t have the time or energy to read it, you cannot take in the information. And after that you need time and energy to act on what you have read.

Formative Force

I want to return to the lines that I mentioned earlier:

Life energy plus information generates a formative force. A formative force plus matter generates a life form.

With the help of the knowledge of zero-point energy, which is the same as the life energy we have known about for ages, and the theory of morphic fields, a few pieces of the puzzle fall into place. We could say that everything is connected to everything else by an unending ocean of zero-point energy, covered by morphic fields of information, acting like a kind of matrix. From the connection between this life energy and information comes a formative force. If this formative force connects to matter, a life form originates. This sounds easy, but the existence of such a creative formative force totally contradicts current scientific knowledge. Thermodynamics, a branch of natural science, teaches us that every system tends toward entropy—toward the loss of order and structure. Every organism and every system tends to disintegrate sooner or later. Not a very nice thing to look forward to, but luckily you see the opposite if you look around. In nature every ecosystem develops toward greater complexity and a higher degree of biodiversity, increasing the number of plant and animal species. The same is true of societies and highly developed cultures.

The Meaning of Consciousness

This idea of a formative force fascinated me, so I decided to find out if more was known about it. At the same time, I realized that a book or a script, like the information in a morphic field, does nothing of its own accord; it is passive. The information only starts working if someone decides to read the book and act on it. Reading a book is done with your consciousness, otherwise you cannot take in the information. The degree of consciousness is also related to the complexity of the book. For example, you don’t ask a child to read about Einstein’s Theory of Relativity. On the other hand, every adult can understand the instructions—the script—for putting together an IKEA cupboard. Our consciousness also allows us to choose where to put the cupboard and what to put in it. Therefore, there are not two but rather three “elements” responsible for the development of life: life energy, information, and consciousness. Life energy has the ability to take shape. Information has the ability to inform and to create form. Both need each other, but neither forms a connection with the other on their own accord.

Consciousness brings the two together, and at the moment it does, the formative force originates. Let me explain further... Consciousness is primary. Energy and information are secondary. A formative force originates from life energy and information, but only when consciousness connects to them. Therefore it is better to speak of a “conscious” formative force. We can therefore say that when a conscious formative force connects to matter, a life form with consciousness is generated.

Having reached this understanding, I turned my thoughts to the other two lines:

Becoming conscious leads to a higher consciousness. The way is the goal.

Consciousness is the initiator of a formative force that connects to matter and manifests itself as a conscious life form. This consciousness gains experiences during its life in a material form. In human life, experiencing the outer world and interpreting this experience is a process of becoming conscious. If you do this well, you learn something from it. The process of experiencing or learning, in other words of becoming conscious, leads to a higher state of consciousness in the end.

If the way is the goal, it means that the goal in life is the development of ever higher levels of consciousness. This would mean that not only is everything made of energy and information, but also that everything has consciousness and that the development of this consciousness to a higher level is the aim of the Universe.

An Endless Number of Possibilities

The zero-point energy field is not the only discovery stemming from quantum mechanics. When at the beginning of the twentieth century the pioneers of quantum physics got to the essence of what matter is, they were flabbergasted by what they saw. They discovered that the most elementary building blocks of matter sometimes behaved as particles, sometimes as waves, and sometimes as both at the same time. They could appear in all sorts of conditions at the same time until we observed or measured them, and at that moment they changed into something concrete.
It appeared that the researcher influenced the outcome of what he was measuring. If he assumed that light consisted of particles, he perceived particles. If his starting point was light waves, he would find light waves. The wave/particle dualism is one of the most peculiar things in quantum mechanics. According to quantum mechanics, the existence of a wave or a particle depends on your point of view. Therefore, at the most elementary level, nothing is certain.

There is only an endless amount of possibilities. The observer’s intention “freezes” something into a particle or wave.

The researchers came to the bewildering conclusion that consciousness creates reality. Einstein then wondered if the moon still exists if we are not looking at it. Time and again, experiments have proven that our consciousness creates the world. Everything consists of a turbulent sea of zero-point energy and information. It is all movement and dynamics, but the moment we look, it “freezes,” and a form is laid down. It is as if a motion picture film suddenly stops, and you can only see the frozen image.

From quantum mechanics it appears that we are the ones who make the world static, stationary, and solid. The “solid” truth is what it is because of our fi rm conviction. It is our firm conviction that the chair we sit on consists of solid matter and that we can safely sit on it without falling through. In essence, reality is totally diff erent from what we see or, more precisely, what we see as real. We live in a sea of possibilities, but we a?  rm our reality with our firm conviction.


Quantum mechanics is among the best researched scientific theories. New ex periments prove it correct every time, and so far there has been no experiment that proves otherwise. The implications of this are enormous. If creation is created by our conviction, expectation, and intention, this means that we not only have a huge responsibility for what we do, but we have even more of one for what we think.

Every thought has an influence on us and on our surroundings. A negative thought has a negative effect and a positive one has a positive eff ect. That means that we have to take care, because this is how we create our reality and future. That is what we call fate. What happens to you and what goes on in your life is coincidental, but it can be good luck or bad luck. If your intention has influence on reality, is it possible to create a positive future by thinking positive thoughts?

BY admin | 23 Oct 2019 02:10 PM

Frequencies – How Sound & Vibrations Can Elevate Your Life

Here is another example of how Frequencies and vibrations effect the human biofield.  Though this article from the Kion website deals with very simple Solfeggio frequencies it gives the reader an idea of how broad this subject really is.

When’s the last time you listened to music, or a podcast, or white noise, or binaural beats, or any other form of audio?

Probably not that long ago. Now answer this: when’s the last time you gave any thought whatsoever to the wavelength frequency of the sound being blasted into your ears? Most likely, never.

At the gym, at the end of a shift, on a romantic night in with the lights turned down and a delicious meal on the table, humans have this strange habit of turning on certain sounds from various sources that vibrate the air around and randomly hit your eardrums which stimulates specific neural activity in such a way as to effect a change in mood, focus or emotion.


What’s even weirder is that this isn’t typically thought of as being bizarre. Music innervates daily life, and just as emotional health is critical to your humanity, music, sound, and vibration are tied up in your overall wellbeing. But sound doesn’t even need to be structured to elicit an emotional and physiological response. Think back to the last time you were sitting quietly minding your own business, focusing on some project, and out of nowhere the air is split by the sound of a glass or plate clattering on the ground. You snap to attention, briefly entering fight-or-flight fear mode.

This is due to something even weirder. The gut reaction to jump and become afraid at loud noises is deeply woven into human genetics. Loud noises elicit a fear response, including increased blood pressure and pulse rate, in order to keep you alive. And that type of fight-or-flight, sympathetic nervous system reaction initiates the release of the chemical norepinephrine, which shuts down immune functions like viral defense and ramps up the production of specialized white blood cells called monocytes. These monocytes, while extremely effective in inhibiting infection, are by nature pro-inflammatory. So if you’re constantly exposed to loud noises or sounds that cause a similar reaction to a nonstick pan colliding with tile, or louder, you may be allowing minor inflammation, the bane of longevity and physical health, to rise and rule largely unchecked. However, if you expose yourself to sounds that are more wholesome, you can reduce the damaging effects of other sounds, and even heal yourself of a myriad of diseases and decrease the prevalence of harmful mental states and degenerative physiological conditions.

That’s the (simply stated) basis of sound healing. Sound healing is the practice of using audio tones and vibrational frequencies to repair damaged tissues and cells within the body. It works on the idea that all matter is vibrating at specific frequencies, and sickness, disease, depression, and stress cause human beings to vibrate at a lower frequency. Playing tones that promote healing, happiness, and vitality will allow DNA strands to repair themselves.

Sound has been used as a healing tool for centuries and is still regularly utilized by many alternative health care centers and cultures with rich ancestral traditions. Tibetan singing bowls, tuning forks, drumming therapy, and even chanting are all used in sound therapy, and many participants experience strong emotions during therapy sessions. Advocates of sound healing claim that it has the power to heal mental illness, arthritis, autoimmune disorders, and can even shrink cancerous tumors.

This may sound a bit woo-woo, but this type of medicine isn’t as superstitious as you might be led to believe. Sound healing is a form of energy medicine, which refers to two kinds of energy fields: veritable energy fields (measurable), and putative energy fields (can’t be measured with current technology). Veritable energy fields include things like vibrational energy from sound, and electromagnetic forces such as visible light, magnetism, and monochromatic radiation such as lasers.

There are oodles of well-established uses for measurable energy fields in the diagnosis and treatment of disease. Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), laser eye correction surgery, cardiac pacemakers, radiation therapy and UV light therapy, just to name a few. There are even a few less well-known therapies based on veritable energy, such as magnetic therapy for pain relief, and, as you’re about to discover, sound energy/vibrational therapy.

Sound therapy is as old as dirt – or at least as old as primitive human medicine. Here, you’ll discover just a few of the dozens of methods available, including one super practical tip you can implement today. But first, it’s time to put to rest the naysaying and to get into the specifics of how sound physically interacts with your body.

Sound Waves, Brainwaves, and Cellular Waves

There are three things you should familiarize yourself with: sound itself, and how it works, the electromagnetic rhythms of your brain, and the vibrational energy of your cells.

Sound is vibration, or waves of air molecules oscillating as a result of the rapid, back-and-forth movement of an object. And if you'd like a crisp scientific definition:

“Sound waves are produced by a vibrating body, be it an oboe reed, guitar string, loudspeaker cone or jet engine. The vibrating sound source causes a disturbance to the surrounding air molecules, causing them to bounce off each other with a force proportional to the disturbance. The energy of their interaction creates ripples of more dense (higher pressure) to less dense (lower pressure) air molecules, with pressures above and below the normal atmospheric pressure. When the molecules are pushed closer together it is called compression; when they have pulled apart, it is called rarefaction. The back and forth oscillation of pressure produces a sound wave.”

A vibrating object, whether a guitar string or your own vocal chord, causes the air surrounding it to also vibrate. These sound waves hit your eardrums, making them vibrate, and that in turn causes waves in the fluid of your inner ear. Those waves are detected by various auditory nerves that relay the information to your brain to let you hear. Hearing, the detection of sound, isn’t detached from the physical world – it’s a physical effect, resulting from a physical cause. So it shouldn’t seem all that weird that certain frequencies of vibrating air impact your physiology and mental state.

Now onto brain waves. Neuroscientist Seth Horowitz wrote a book called The Universal Sense: How Hearing Shapes the Mind. He talks about the “right rhythms” for your brain, which may affect neurohormonal changes that occur over several months to a single neuron changing its activity state in milliseconds or less. With EEG (electroencephalography) machines, a few major rhythms have been identified that underpin the human cortex (the largest part of the brain that plays a key role in memory, attention, perception, cognition, awareness, thought, language, and consciousness), each of which changes under different physiological and cognitive conditions. The theta rhythm is the slowest (4-8 Hz) and rises at least in part from the hippocampus during memory processing. The alpha rhythm (6-12 Hz) is generated by connections between different parts of the cortex and the cortex and the thalamus. The beta rhythm (20 Hz) is generated in the motor cortex to control voluntary movement, and is usually only seen right after a person stops moving, acting as a sort of “off switch”. The gamma rhythm (40 Hz), may be involved in binding together individual sensory inputs and feedback loops that let you observe the world as a coherent, consistent environment.

But waves, rhythms and electrical vibrations don’t zap around just in your cranium.

These waves interact with your entire body and this is how sickness, disease, depression, and stress cause human beings to vibrate at a lower frequency, according to a JB Bardot article. There’s also a great book available titled Healing and Recovery, by Dr. David Hawkins. In it, he explains how frequencies, including audible frequencies produced by sound and music, can elicit either positive or negative emotion. And those frequencies can also elicit positive vibrations in different cells and tissues in your body – but they can also cause negative vibrations. That’s why some music makes you feel really good, while some can stress you out to no end.

Sound medicine is the science of biohacking these bodily rhythms that are vibrating in your brain, feet, and everywhere in between, in order to maximize the prominence and efficiency of specific wavelengths. Dr. Horowitz mentions a number of commonly-used strategies, like playing a tone or noise at a particular rate like the 8-10 Hz posterior alpha rhythm to induce relaxation. But methods like that are a bit simplistic, so he goes on to say that to get large portions of your brain hooked to a single rhythm, you need to expose yourself to a complicated input from a number of sources acting together. One way to do that is through binaural beating.

Most of the current research on binaural beats is based on the early 1970’s research done by biophysicist Gerald Oster, who showed that when a tone is played in one ear, and a slightly different tone is played in the other, the difference between the tones causes the brain to create a third, internal tone, which is the binaural beat. This syncs up the brain waves in both hemispheres, a process duly dubbed “brainwave entrainment”. In 2008, the journal Alternative Therapies in Health and Medicine published a review of twenty studies of brainwave entrainment and patient outcome and concluded that it is indeed an effective tool against cognitive functioning deficits, stress, pain, headaches, behavioral problems, and premenstrual syndrome.

Sound can even be used to treat more serious conditions than a simple lack of focus or drive, however. Ultrasound, whose most commonly-known use is observing the fetus in the womb, uses sound waves to produce a visible image. It’s also used to determine pain sources, as well as loci of swelling and infection. But lately, it’s taken on a more therapeutic application. Either by itself or in conjunction with drugs, it’s used to treat diabetes, stroke, cancer, cardiovascular diseases, infections, osteoporosis, thrombosis, glaucoma, nerve damage, skin wounds and bone fractures. And one of the primary ways by which it works is its interactions with cells and tissues. Hold on tight, things are about to get a little technical.

Your cells have what’s called electrical potential, by which they resonate and vibrate at specific frequencies that change under various circumstances. All molecules, including the ones that make up your cells, oscillate at a specific frequency, whose intensity is dependent on temperature. For single molecules and molecule groups, there are characteristic frequency patterns with defined peaks already used in modern chemical analysis. The characteristic spectra of molecular vibrations of many biomolecules have been determined for different tissue types, ranging from 1011 – 1014 Hz. Certain parts of tissue cells, like the cell membrane, endoplasmic reticulum, Golgi apparatus, and different microsomes representing polar lipids, will exhibit varying frequency patterns in different environments. When the cell is damaged, it reads the electromagnetic signals of specific frequencies in order to properly respond to the surrounding circumstances.

Now, ultrasound will actually elevate the temperature of the target tissue cells. It’ll also impact the vibrational frequency of the entire cell. And granted, different tissue types will react differently – osteocytes (bone cells) have a higher ultrasound absorption coefficient than muscle cells, so they react more dramatically. But ultrasound is still beneficial to the entire body. Perhaps the most dramatic effect is called “cellular cavitation”. Cavitation bubbles form when high-amplitude ultrasonic pressure waves travel through liquid. When the bubbles occur in close proximity, they rupture, and the resulting jets can rapidly stretch cells, poke holes in them or even obliterate their membranes, leading ultimately to cell death. Dying cells express a signal to the surrounding surviving cells to eat them and clean up the remains, a process known as “autophagy”. This is what makes ultrasound so effective against unhealthy, damaged, and/or tumorous cells. By targeting them, the ultrasound waves cause them to rupture and be swept up by the surrounding tissue cells.

To summarize:

Your body is literally humming (albeit very quietly) with energy at specific vibrational frequencies. When you’re healthy, you hum along at normal rates. But when something’s wrong with some part of your body, your cells, and therefore you, hum much more quietly and less efficiently. So in order to fully maximize your natural inclination to vibrate your way through breakfast, work, lunch, school, and dinner till you go to sleep and hum a different tune, you have to expose yourself to beneficial sound waves. There’s a wonderland of paraphernalia that can induce audio therapy, from sound healing ceremonies and crystal bowls, to music, to vibrating massage therapy tables and all sorts of other things out there that capitalize on your body’s response to vibration. So for the next little bit, enjoy a short and sweet introduction to sound therapy biohacks.

Vibrational Energy Healing & Restorative Frequency Therapy

First of all, you need to limit or eliminate exposure to deleterious sound and vibration frequencies. Composer Michael Tyrrell realized that there are negative frequencies that cause negative physiological effects. In particular, the “A” tone generated by most tuning instruments oscillates at a frequency of 440 Hz, which, when played on its own over the body, introduces a certain level of physiological chaos. So Tyrrell did some experimentation and discovered that sonically, moving up ever so slightly to 444 Hz gives you the greatest frequency, something you can play safely because it activates every single organ, and positively impacts your DNA. Tyrrell now makes music of specific frequencies that are associated with positive emotions as well as different organ functions.

For example, 528 Hz affects your brain and influences any sense of shame or unworthiness, lending a greater sense of self-worth, as well as impacts the cells of the heart and also elicits a sense of love. You can put the CD into your player, plant yourself between a set of speakers, and let actual waves of healing power wash over you. You can even do things like getting massages while exposing yourself to Tyrrell’s compositions. If CDs and big speakers aren't your thing, you can also get something called a tuning device that you can blow into to produce a specific tone, or use a tuning fork. Or, by listening either to Tyrrell’s compositions or a binaural beating track through your headphones, you’ll get enhanced exposure to the positive effects of tonal frequencies.

There’s also an app called Brain.fm, co-founded by Junaid Kalmadi and innovated by Adam Hewett, a neuroscientist and expert in audio and brain stimulation. Brain.fm is designed to generate realistic 3D sounds that are 100% digitally engineered through artificial intelligence software, in order to “lull” your brain into what might best be described as a state of mild hypnosis, using different sounds to cause a state of either “Focus”, “Relax”, or “Sleep.” It works like gangbusters if you’ve got a work project you need to buckle down on, a thesis to write, if you’re sleep-deprived and need a nap, or if you have trouble falling asleep at night.

You can also use two devices that generate potent, body-optimizing frequencies using pulsed electromagnetic fields, or PEMF – the Delta Sleeper PEMF machine, and the EarthPulse PEMF Sleep Machine. As already stated, your brain naturally generates specific electromagnetic frequency patterns that reflect what state you’re in. But the brain is highly receptive to external electromagnetic stimuli. So if you expose your body to specific PEMF frequencies, they’ll stimulate those that your brain would produce at various sleep stages, thus inducing that particular stage at a much faster, more efficient rate, and resulting in better sleep, improved energy production and greater metabolic health.

But even if you don’t take advantage of all these cool gadgets, there’s one simple, practical tip that you should absolutely try after reading this, and it requires nothing more than your bare feet. This giant ball of dirt and rock hurtling through space we call Earth emits a natural electromagnetic frequency called the Schumann resonance. It falls roughly between 7.3 and 7.4 Hz, so it’s super slow but oh-so-powerful. And honestly, not nearly enough people get their minimum daily intake of the Schumann resonance. Human ancestors got a heavy dose every single day, walking around barefoot, sleeping on the ground, running through the woods hunting, meandering from bush to bush gathering nuts and berries, and even just sitting on the packed earth in their homes. But with the rise of thicker footwear and man-made flooring, man experiences far less Schumann resonance, a sad lot to be in since 7-8 Hz has been shown to effect a healing change in the body, and to regulate the body’s electrical signals and conducting channels after flying on a plane, using WiFi or Bluetooth, or being surrounded by appliances and cell phone towers and dirty electricity.

To reorient yourself to the frequencies of the Earth, just go outside for ten to twenty minutes a day barefoot and get in touch with trees, rocks, dirt, or any natural thing that’s touching the earth so you can absorb the healing properties associated with the Schumann resonance. You can even get specially designed shoes that compound its effect, like the Earth Runners minimalist earthing sandals, just in case you don’t want to be that barefoot hippie at the neighborhood potluck. They’re inspired by the world-renowned long-distance runners, the Tarahumara Native American Indians of Northwestern Mexico, capable of traversing over 100 miles on foot in just a couple days, with minimal footwear. However you do it, barefoot or in special footwear, go out of your way each day to recreate this one-of-a-kind, primal experience to fully optimize body, mind, and spirit.


Words and sounds are much more than just a method of communication. They are tangible forces that have a direct effect on your health and wellbeing. The study of quantum physics shows that the human body and the entire universe is made up of tiny pieces of vibrating matter, hinged together by magnetic forces. Exposing the internal organs and brain to different musical frequencies will encourage the living matter in you to heal from within, to raise the frequency of your body and promote health, vitality and spiritual enhancement.

As you go through your day, think about how your exposure to various types of vibrations affect you. What kind of music do you listen to? Are you getting in touch with the planet you live on? Do you play frequencies like 444 Hz, 528 Hz, or any frequency in the 800s to hone in on specific areas of your body? 

BY admin | 09 Oct 2019 10:44 PM

How to Practice Qigong - working with energy every day.

coauthored by wikiHow Staff

Mastering Breathing and Concentration

Qigong is a relatively popular form of exercise practiced in China and elsewhere around the world. Because it is a complete program for individual health and wellness, it is very attractive to people who want to stay fit, capable, and focused. However, while it is attractive, Qigong is relatively difficult to understand because there are a number of forms of it. Despite this problem, with a little time and effort you can discover the joys of Qigong and improve your health and wellness.

Part 1

Mastering Breathing and Concentration

Practice Qigong Step 1

Focus on rhythmic breathing. As you prepare for Qigong, settle into a full, relaxed rhythm of breath before your begin your practice. The quality of your breath is directly related to the quality of your practice. For the vast majority of people, breath is bound by habitual patterns and stored tension.

Your goal is a state where the breath rolls in and out smoothly, like calm waves.

No rushed exhales, no gasped inhales.

However, do not force it or you will only generate a new form of tension and distract yourself from the practice.

Practice Qigong Step 2

Stretch your breath. It is beneficial to stretch the breath before you begin your practice, but forget about it while you practice. Stretching your breath will help you relax more and will help you commit yourself better to Qigong.

To stretch the breath start with a simple inhale for a slow count of six, hold for three, exhale for six, hold for two, repeat.

Anytime you become short of breath or tense let the pattern go until comfortable and then return to the holds.

As this becomes easier expand the breath to a count of eight, ten, etc. holding for half at the top of the inhale, a third at the bottom.

After working the breath for ten minutes or so relax into a natural rhythm again.

Practice Qigong Step 3

Settle the mind. Settling your mind is one of the most important things before you practice Qigong. If our focus is scattered, our energy will be scattered, too. In addition, settling the mind is one of the most important skills that Qigong will help you cultivate. This is a skill that will not only bring you peace, but potentially help reduce blood pressure and stress levels – prolonging your life.

Don't waste time and create tension by trying to force the mind to be silent. Instead, look for silence underneath the noise of random daily thoughts.

Focus your attention on watching your breath.

As thoughts come up, no matter how clever or seemingly prevalent, notice that you are thinking them and turn back to the breath. Gradually, the mind will become quieter.

You can settle the mind as you are stretching your breath.

Practice Qigong Step 4

Relax the body. After mental relaxation, you need to relax your body. Bodily relaxation is key to Qigong and key to promoting good overall health. Relaxing your body, though, is a very mental activity, too. Make sure to:

Scan very slowly through the body, head to toe, releasing tension as you go.

Repeat three times.

Every part of your body should feel at ease and heavy--don't stay rigid and tensed up. Any tension or muscle anxiety should vanish. Your body should feel as if you are sinking toward the ground. [4]

Practice Qigong Step 5

Move and breathe in unison. Qigong is movement and breath in unison. In general, unless specifically trained to do otherwise for certain movements or forms, you should maintain deep, relaxed, even breaths. Because the breath and movements are linked, the moves should be slow, and maintain that deeply rooted relaxation.

BY admin | 09 Oct 2019 10:20 PM

What Everyone Should Know About Energy Healing

Written by

Marci Baron

I attended talk therapy for most of my adult life, and though it helped me identify where I needed to heal, it didn't necessarily show me how to do so. It wasn’t until I started going to an energy healer that my true internal transformation occurred. Working with this energy healer ignited a spark within me and ultimately inspired me to become a practitioner myself.

As an energy healer, I'm often met with curiosity, fascination, and a bit of skepticism when I tell people what I do for a living.

Energy healing is a holistic practice that activates the body’s subtle energy systems to remove blocks. By breaking through these energetic blocks, the body’s inherent ability to heal itself is stimulated.

That definition is a lot to process, so here are five facts that can clear up any confusion or misconceptions you may still have about energy healing.


1. Cultures have studied the body's energy centers for thousands of years.

Reiki is the Japanese tradition of energy healing, and it dates back to the early 20th century. Chakras, the seven energy transmission centers of the body, are described in ancient Hindu texts. Meridians, the energy superhighways of the body, are the road maps on which traditional Chinese medicine practitioners based acupuncture.

Although various ancient cultures used different modalities to stimulate the body’s natural ability to heal, they all saw internal energy as a powerful force of good.

2. Energy healing is based on scientific principles.

We all learned in high school physics class that matter is made up of molecules. Even something that is solid, such as a table, is vibrating all the time. As humans, we, too, are vibrating.

When you say someone has "good vibes," you are really talking about that person's vibrational energy — happy people vibrate on a higher frequency. You can feel their effervescence!

Places have vibes too. When you walk into a room in which a fight has just occurred, you may feel a dense energy that makes you want to leave right away. The beach has a light vibe due to the salt (a natural energy cleanser) and moving air. The air at the beach vibrates at a higher frequency as well.

As an energy healer, I'm often met with curiosity, fascination, and a bit of skepticism when I tell people what I do for a living.

3. You don’t have to be spiritual to benefit from energy healing.

Just like you don't need to understand the law of gravity before you can fall down, you don't need to completely grasp the concept of energy healing before you dive into the practice. I would recommend going in with an open mind for maximum benefit.

Any time is a good time to visit an energy healer. If you are stressed, anxious, or physically drained, an energy healing session can help you relax and feel more balanced. And if you're already feeling good, it's always possible to feel a little better! It's important to note that energy healing is a complementary modality that shouldn't exclude any Western medicine you may be taking.

4. Energy healing is totally accessible.

There are many different types of energy healers, and you can find them practically everywhere.

There are Reiki practitioners all over the world, and the beauty of Reiki healing is that it can be given and received even if the client and practitioner aren’t in the same room. Why? Because the power of intention causes energy to flow to where it's most needed.

Acupuncture practitioners are also very accessible, though the clients do need to be in the physical presence of the needles. This modality stimulates the flow of chi to rebalance the body.

Reflexology is another modality that frees up blocked energy and promotes healing by stimulating the meridians, organs, and systems through points on the feet, hands, and ears.

Even massage is an energy healing practice, for it releases tension in the muscles, encourages the flow of lymph, and allows for deep relaxation.

Get a referral for a reputable practitioner if you are new to these practices — inquire at a yoga studio or ask a friend who's into alternative healing. Starting with a brief 30-minute Reiki session can give you a taste of how powerful energy healing can be.

Energy healing is a complimentary modality that shouldn't exclude any Western medicine you may be taking.

5. You can maintain your energetic health at home.

Just as you shower and brush your teeth every day, energetic cleansing is also a daily commitment. Once you visit with an energy healer, keep the good vibes flowing by taking a bath in Epsom or pink Himalayan salts for 20 minutes whenever you start to feel the heaviness creeping back into your body. Smudging, or burning sage around you, also clears negativity from your aura. High-vibe crystals have their own healing properties and can help give your energy field a boost.

All you need to begin your energy healing journey is curiosity and a willingness to learn. Who knows? You might just get hooked!

BY admin | 08 Oct 2019 12:57 PM

Everything Is Energy And We Control It With The Power Of Our Thoughts

Everything Is Energy And We Control It With The Power Of Our Thoughts
By consciousreminder

The Nobel Prize awardees in physics, beyond doubt, proved that the physical world is one big ocean of energy that materializes and dematerializes in a split second, over and over again. Nothing is solid. This is the world of quantum physics.

They proved that thoughts are responsible for holding this ever changing energy field together in the form and shape of the objects we know.

So why do we see a person, instead of flashing clusters of energy?

Think of a film roll. A film is a collection of about 24 frames per second. Each frame is separated from the other by a small space. Compared to the speed these frames change with, our eyes are tricked and see them as a continual film.

Think about television. The cathode tube is a simple tube with a bunch of electrons hitting the screen in a certain way, making an illusion of shape and movement.

Anyway, this is how all objects are made.

We have five physical senses (sight, hearing, touch, smell and taste). Each of these senses has a specific range (for an example, a dog hears a different range of sound than people do; snakes see a different spectrum of light than us, and so on). In other words, our senses perceive energy from a certain fixed point of view and that’s how they create images and form our perception.

But that’s neither exact nor complete. That’s just an INTERPRETATION.

All our interpretations are based exclusively on our “inner map” of reality, but not the real truth. Our “map” is the result of the collective experience of our personal lives.

Our thoughts are associated with this invisible energy and they determine what form it will take. They can literally change the universe “particle after particle”, creating our 3D life.

Look around you.

Everything you see in our physical world began as an idea which kept growing until it materialized into a physical object through a series of steps.

You literally turn into your most frequent thoughts.

Your life has become what you imagined and believed in.

The world is literally your mirror, allows you to experience everything you believe to be the truth in this 3D plane … until you change it.

Quantum physics tells us that the world is not a constant as it may appear to be. Instead, it is a place of a constant motion which our individual and collective thoughts keep building, tearing down, and rebuilding. It’s a perpetuum mobile.

What we believe to be true is actually an illusion, almost magic.

Fortunately, we started to expose the illusion and, most importantly, we are learning how to change it.

Here’s a simple explanation.

What are the components of our body?

The human body is comprised of nine systems, including the circulatory, digestive, endocrine, muscular, nervous, reproductive, respiratory, skeletal and urinary system.

What makes these systems?

-Tissues and organs.

What are tissues and organs made of?


What makes the cells?

– Molecules.

What makes a molecule?

– Atoms.

What makes an atom?

– Sub-atomic particles.

What makes a subatomic particle?

– Energy!

We are just an energy light in its most beautiful and intelligent configuration. An energy which is constantly changing under the surface and all of that it’s controlled by our powerful mind.

You are one big and powerful human being.

If you could see under a strong electronic microscope and do other experiments on it, you would see that you are made up of clusters of forever changing energy in the shape of electrons, neutrons, photons and other sub-atomic particles.

So is everything else around you. Quantum physics tells us that the act of observing the object is the one that causes the object to be there.

The object does not exist independently of its observer! So, as you can see, during observation, your attention is focused on something and your intention literally creates that thing.

That is scientifically proven.

Your world is consisted of soul, mind and body.

Each of these three has a function that is unique. What you can see with your own eyes and experience with your own body is the physical world, which we call the BODY. The body is an effect created by a cause.

That cause is called THOUGHT.

The body cannot produce. It can only experience and be experienced … it’s a unique ability. On the other hand, the thought cannot experience … it can make, create and interpret. It needs a world of relativity (the physical world, Body) to be experienced.

The soul is everything, the one that gives life thought and body.

The body has no power to create, although it gives the illusion that it does. This illusion is the reason behind so many frustrations. The body is a pure effect and has no power to cause or create.

The key is to use this information to see the Universe in a different way than we see it now so that we can manifest what we really want.

BY admin | 18 Sep 2019 01:02 PM


To understand how Advanced Vibrational Frequencies works one would need to understand the simplicity of intention and the physical manifestations that can result from one personhaving enough intention to effect matter, energy, space and time. 

Dr. Dangel was one such person.  in a previous blog we mentioned how the difference between a healerof Dr. Dangel’s caliber using ‘knowing’ verses the initiate healer using ‘belief’ worked.  All we did was record those vibrations onto a sound track. The proof of this Quantum fact has been proven time and time again by Eastern healers and scientists for thousands of years.  Unfortunately, with the inception of the medical and pharmaceutical paradigm in the western world these modalities are unknown or swept under the carpet.  In particular, a group of Qi Gong healers proved in front of the whole world it was possible by removing an inoperable tumor from a patients body live on television in China, as seen here: https://youtu.be/PZpRP1FV0lE  You will note that what they are chanting He speaks "Hua San Hua San"-Transform Disperse Transform Disperse, later changing to "Mei Mei Mei Mei You Mei You " "Gone away". "Mei You Le" "Gone Completed", in the end "Hao Hao Hao Le", Good Good Good Good completed.

Whether it is Pranic Healing, Qi Gong, Reiki or the pure knowledge that you yourself ‘knew’ you could be healed from any disease, it’s the same principle.  The other interesting fact is that all human beings have this ability, everyone.

Recently there was a television program that introduced a healer named Charlie Goldsmith. https://youtu.be/3-gQ6oBDpB4   I’m sure he was originally asked to do the show to debunk him.  This was not the case.  He proved beyond any reasonable doubt that a man or woman with enough belief/knowledge could effect another human beings electrical body.  Remembering of course that the electrical body, aura or Prana is senior to the physical body.  If the electrical body is well the physical body is well.

Charlie like Dr. Dangel simply projected information through thought via Scalar energy into another person’s electric body commanding a shift into wellbeing.  It’s that simple.  It can take many many years to develop the ‘confidence’ to believe in your own capabilities, but it is yours to command.


BY admin | 17 Jun 2019 11:35 AM

Healing with Frequencies

Studies show we can heal with sound, frequency and vibration

In Brief

The Facts:

Multiple studies and examples have shown how sound, frequency and vibration can literally alter physical material matter. Research has also shown that sound, frequencies and vibration can be used as a significant healing method for various ailments.

Reflect On:

How plausible would it be for these interventions to become a regular part of therapy, just as much as pharmaceutical drugs are now?

Cymatics is a very interesting topic. It illustrates how sound frequencies move through a particular medium such as water, air, or sand and as a result directly alter physical matter. There are a number of pictures all over the internet as well as youtube videos that demonstrate how matter (particles) adjust to different sounds and different frequencies of sound.

When it comes to ancient knowledge, sound, frequency and vibration have always been perceived as powerful forces that can influence and alter life all the way down to the cellular level. Sound healing methods are often used by Shamans, who employ drums and singing to access trance states. Research has even demonstrated that drumming and singing can can be used to slow fatal brain disease, and it can generate a sense of oneness with the universe . Sound therapy is getting more popular, and it can have many medical applications, especially within the psychological and mental health realms.

Sound, frequency and vibration are used all throughout the animal kingdom, and there are many examples. If we look at the wasp, they use antennal drumming to alter the caste development or phenotype of their larvae. Conventional thinking has held for quite some time that differential nutrition alone can explain why one larvae develops into a non-reproductive worker and one into a reproductive female (gyne).  However, this is not the case, according to a 2011 study:

“But nutrition level alone cannot explain how the first few females to be produced in a colony develop rapidly yet have small body sizes and worker phenotypes. Here, we provide evidence that a mechanical signal biases caste toward a worker phenotype. In Polistes fuscatus, the signal takes the form of antennal drumming (AD), wherein a female trills her antennae synchronously on the rims of nest cells while feeding prey-liquid to larvae. The frequency of AD occurrence is high early in the colony cycle, when larvae destined to become workers are being reared, and low late in the cycle, when gynes are being reared. Subjecting gyne-destined brood to simulated AD-frequency vibrations caused them to emerge as adults with reduced fat stores, a worker trait. This suggests that AD influences the larval developmental trajectory by inhibiting a physiological element that is necessary to trigger diapause, a gyne trait.”

This finding indicates that the acoustic signals produced through drumming within certain species carry biologically meaningful information (literally: ‘to put form into’) that operate epigenetically (i.e. working outside or above the genome to affect gene expression).

Pretty fascinating, isn’t it? Like many other ancient lines of thought, this has been backed by modern day scientific research.


Another example comes from cancer research. In his Tedx talk, “Shattering Cancer with Resonant Frequencies,” Associate Professor and Director of Music at Skidmore College, Anthony Holland, tells the audience that he has a dream. That dream is to see a future where children no longer have to suffer from the effects of toxic cancer drugs or radiation treatment, and today he and his team believe they have found the answer, and that answer is sound. Holland and his team wondered if they could affect a cell by sending a specific electric signal, much like we do with LCD technology. After searching the patent database for a device that could accomplish this, they came across a therapeutic device invented by New Mexico physician Dr. James Bare. The device uses a plasma antenna that pulses on and off, which, as Holland explains, is important because a constant pulse of electricity would produce too much heat and therefore destroy the cell. For the next 15 months, Holland and his team searched for the exact frequency that would directly shatter a living microorganism. The magic number finally came in the form of two inputs, one high frequency and one low. The high frequency had to be exactly eleven times higher than the low, which in music is known as the 11th harmonic. At the 11th harmonic, micro organisms begin to shatter like crystal glass.

After consistently practicing until they became efficient at the procedure, Holland began working with a team of cancer researchers in an attempt to destroy targeted cancer cells. First they looked at pancreatic cancer cells, eventually discovering these cells were specifically vulnerable between 100,000 – 300,000 Hz.

Next they moved onto leukemia cells, and they were able to shatter the leukemia cells before they could divide. But, as Holland explains in his talk, he needed bigger stats in order to make the treatment a viable option for cancer patients.

In repeated and controlled experiments, the frequencies, known as oscillating pulsed electric field (OPEF) technology, killed an average of 25% to 40% of leukemia cells, going as high as 60% in some cases. Furthermore, the intervention even slowed cancer cell growth rates up to 65%.

You can read more about the story, find sources, and watch that TEDx talk here.

Another example occurred in  1981, when biologist Helene Grimal partnered with composer Fabien Maman to study the relationship of sound waves to living cells. For 18 months, the pair worked with the effects of 30-40 decibel sounds on human cells. With a camera mounted on a microscope, the researchers observed uterine cancer cells exposed to different acoustic instruments (guitar, gong, xylophone) as well as the human voice for 20-minute sessions.

They discovered that, when exposed to sound, cancer cells lost structural integrity until they exploded at the 14-minute mark. Far more dramatic was the sound of a human voice — the cells were destroyed at the nine-minute mark.

After this, they decided to work with two women with breast cancer. For one month, both of the women gave three-and-a-half-hours a day to “toning” or singing the scale. Apparently, the woman’s tumor became undetectable, and the other woman underwent surgery. Her surgeon reported that her tumor had shrunk dramatically and “dried up.” It was removed and the woman had a complete recovery and remission.

These are only a few out of multiple examples that are floating around out there.

Let’s not forget about when Royal Rife first identified the human cancer virus using the world’s most powerful microscope. After identifying and isolating the virus, he decided to culture it on salted pork. At the time this was a very good method for culturing a virus. He then took the culture and injected it into 400 rats, which, as you might expect, created cancer in all 400 rats very quickly. The next step for Rife was where things took an interesting turn. He later found a frequency of electromagnetic energy that would cause the cancer virus to diminish completely when entered into the energy field.  You can read more about that story here.

More Research

A 2014 study published in the Journal of Huntington’s Disease found that two months of drumming intervention in Huntington’s patients (considered an irreversible, lethal neurodegenerative disease) resulted in “improvements in executive function and changes in white matter microstructure, notably in the genu of the corpus callosum that connects prefrontal cortices of both hemispheres.” The study authors concluded that the pilot study provided novel preliminary evidence that drumming (or related targeted behavioral stimulation) may result in “cognitive enhancement and improvements in callosal white matter microstructure.”

A 2011 Finnish study observed that stroke patients who were given access to music as cognitive therapy had improved recovery. Other research has shown that patients suffering from loss of speech due to brain injury or stroke regain it more quickly by learning to sing before trying to speak. The phenomenon of music facilitating healing in the brain after a stroke is called the “Kenny Rogers Effect.”

A 2012 study published in Evolutionary Psychology found that active performance of music (singing, dancing and drumming) triggered endorphin release (measured by post-activity increases in pain tolerance), whereas merely listening to music did not. The researchers hypothesized that this may contribute to community bonding in activities involving dance and music-making.

According to a study published by the National Institute of Health, “Music effectively reduces anxiety for medical and surgical patients and often reduces surgical and chronic pain. [Also,] Providing music to caregivers may be a strategy to improve empathy, compassion, and care.” In other words, music is not only good for patients, it’s good for those who care for them as well.

BY admin | 28 May 2019 10:34 AM

Tuning the electric body

Most of us are aware that our body contains invisible energies. The concept of chi or life-force energy flowing through and around us is ancient and well established...

Yet, did you know that this energy has electromagnetic qualities... and that just the right type of sound can have the positive effect of “harmonizing” your “electric body” to promote optimal wellbeing?

Sound-healing therapies are used in medical facilities across the globe to address PTSD and its associated symptoms, including grief, anger, depression, sleep challenges, anxiety, and panic attacks...

And they’ve shown remarkable success in helping lessen the tremors in Parkinson’s patients, in calming autistic adults, and in helping the anxious and agitated in homeless shelters quickly achieve and maintain a state of peace and homeostasis.

Sound-healing therapies are also used to address fibromyalgia, digestive issues, and autoimmune disorders... and to boost the immune system.

Plus, sound healing just plain feels good!

If you’ve ever experienced it — whether through the vibrations of a tuning fork, drum, Tibetan singing bowls, gong, or even specially composed music — you’ll attest that it can leave you in a delicious state of calm relaxation...

Stress, even pain, dissipates, and feelings of joy filter in, as your brain waves slow down and every cell in your body shifts from dis-ease to ease.

In this healing hour with renowned sound-therapy practitioner Eileen McKusick, you’ll discover and experience the balancing effects a tuning fork can have on your biofield (the energy field that surrounds and permeates your body).

Eileen uses a tuning fork to help create the optimal flow of your electromagnetic energy by sending out vibrations that detect a physical or emotional imbalance, which shows up as resistance and turbulence in your biofield.

In essence, she’s sending out sound to detect imbalances — and listening for sound that indicates that balance or resonance has been established.

Ultimately, the use of coherent tones on and around the body reduces dissonance and resistance in the body’s electrical system, allowing for optimal flow of your electromagnetic energy and an overall state of wellbeing...

Simply put, sound healing through the use of a tuning fork creates vibrational frequencies that allow the body to “tune” itself.

BY admin | 26 May 2019 09:46 AM

Scientists 'Clear' Alzheimer's Plaque From Mice Using Only Light And Sound


When scientists drilled down into what makes up the smallest particles of matter all they came up with was a vibration.  Everything is energy, frequency, light and sound.  In the end it’s all the same thing.

Scientists 'Clear' Alzheimer's Plaque From Mice Using Only Light And Sound


Clumps of harmful proteins that interfere with brain functions have been partially cleared in mice using nothing but light and sound.

Research led by MIT has found strobe lights and a low pitched buzz can be used to recreate brain waves lost in the disease, which in turn remove plaque and improve cognitive function in mice engineered to display Alzheimer's-like behaviour.

It's a little like using light and sound to trigger their own brain waves to help fight the disease.

This technique hasn't been clinically trialled in humans as yet, so it's too soon to get excited - brain waves are known to work differently in humans and mice.

But, if replicated, these early results hint at a possible cheap and drug-free way to treat the common form of dementia.

 So how does it work?

Advancing a previous study that showed flashing light 40 times a second into the eyes of engineered mice treated their version of Alzheimer's disease, researchers added sound of a similar frequency and found it dramatically improved their results.

"When we combine visual and auditory stimulation for a week, we see the engagement of the prefrontal cortex and a very dramatic reduction of amyloid," says Li-Huei Tsai, one of the researchers from MIT's Picower Institute for Learning and Memory.

It's not the first study to investigate the role sound can play in clearing the brain of the tangles and clumps of tau and amyloid proteins at least partially responsible for the disease.

Previous studies showed bursts of ultrasound make blood vessels leaky enough to allow powerful treatments to slip into the brain, while also encouraging the nervous system's waste-removal experts, microglia, to pick up the pace.

Several years ago, Tsai discovered light flickering at a frequency of about 40 flashes a second had similar benefits in mice engineered to build up amyloid in their brain's nerve cells. 

"The result was so mind-boggling and so robust, it took a while for the idea to sink in, but we knew we needed to work out a way of trying out the same thing in humans," Tsai told Helen Thomson at Nature at the time.

The only problem was this effect was confined to visual parts of the brain, missing key areas that contribute to the formation and retrieval of memory.

While the method's practical applications looked a little limited, the results pointed to a way oscillations could help the brain recover from the grip of Alzheimer's disease.

As our brain's neurons transmit signals they also generate electromagnetic waves that help keep remote regions in sync - so-called 'brain waves'.

One such set of oscillations are defined as gamma-frequencies, rippling across the brain at around 30 to 90 waves per second. These brain waves are most active when we're paying close attention, searching our memories in order to make sense of what's going on.

Tsai's previous study had suggested these gamma waves are impeded in individuals with Alzheimer's, and might play a pivotal role in the pathology itself.

Light was just one way to trick the parts of the brain into humming in the key of gamma. Sounds can also manage this in other areas.

Instead of the high pitched scream of ultrasound, Tsui used a much lower droning noise of just 40 Hertz, a sound only just high enough for humans to hear.

Exposing their mouse subjects to just one hour of this monotonous buzz every day for a week led to a significant drop in the amount of amyloid build up in the auditory regions, while also stimulating those microglial cells and blood vessels.

"What we have demonstrated here is that we can use a totally different sensory modality to induce gamma oscillations in the brain," says Tsai.

As an added bonus, it also helped clear the nearby hippocampus – an important section associated with memory.

The effects weren't just evident in the test subjects' brain chemistry. Functionally, mice exposed to the treatment performed better in a range of cognitive tasks.

Adding the light therapy from the previous study saw an even more dramatic effect, clearing plaques in a number of areas across the brain, including in the prefrontal cortex. Those trash-clearing microglia also went to town.

"These microglia just pile on top of one another around the plaques," says Tsai.

Discovering new mechanisms in the way nervous systems clear waste and synchronise activity is a huge step forward in the development of treatments for all kinds of neurological disorders.

Translating discoveries like this to human brains will take more work, especially when there are potential contrasts in how gamma waves appear in mice and human Alzheimer's brains.

So far early testing for safety has shown the process seems to have no clear side effects.

This research was published in Cell.


BY admin | 11 May 2019 10:02 AM

Does Energy Healing work?

Does Energy Healing work?

There are many forms of Energy Healing including Pranic Healing, Reiki, Bowen therapy, tapping, reconnective healing, acupuncture to name but a few modalities

Can a slight touch, a firm touch or even no touch really heal what's ailing you?

Energy healing — tapping into the body's own frequencies as a type of alternative medicine — is being taken seriously by health practitioners trained in both eastern and western modalities of medicine.And science is backing up its powers: One 2013 study found that 10 minutes of energy healing was as effective as physical therapy in improving the range of motion in people with mobility problems. UCLA even has en electromyography (EMG) lab that studies electrical activity in the body.But many remain skeptical. Dr. Edzard Ernst, a professor of Complementary Medicine at the University of Exeter in England (the first-ever professor of this branch of study), has repeatedly refuted the efficacy of energy healing, stating once that just five percent of alternative medicine has evidentiary support.

While I don't have any major medical issues that required serious healing, I did try these to get a feel for what each procedure is like.My experience: Having just started my job at the News, and adjusting to leaning on my phone's headset for much of the day (a big no-no...I'm aware!) I told Ortner I was feeling some tension on my left side.

Ortner guided me as I very gently tapped nine pressure points on my body six times, while using affirming self-talk. After initially tapping on the side of my hand, I moved up to the eyebrow, side of the eye, under the eye, under the nose, on the chin, on the collarbone, under the arm and the top of the head. Afterwards, I did notice the pain had subsided.

The great thing about this treatment is that you don't need a practitioner's help once you have it down. I have since used tapping when I've found myself in stressful circumstances, and I especially love tapping the underneath my eye — I find it instantly relaxes me.

Reconnective Healing

What it is: A practitioner moves his hands above the client's body in a way that opens up the body to different types of frequencies. From there, the intelligence of the body is supposed to intercede — without the practitioner manipulating or touching the body. For example, someone coming in with a knee problem might not realize that the body's intelligence might need to fix something else in the body or mind, which is only presenting itself with a knee issue. It's a quick practice, with three sessions being the maximum recommended.

What the expert says: The practice allows us to "step into our limitless potential," said Dr. Eric Pearl, the movement's founder and the author of "The Reconnection: Heal Yourself, Heal Others." "People come in to have the experience of more fully embodying and embracing their lives." Pearl explained that we need to let go of our belief that the body heals solely through chemicals produced by within the body, and instead embrace the idea that the body can heal through frequency, vibration, resonance, informational exchange and light. "If you're lucky, your healing will come in the form your desires, but if you're truly fortunate, your healing will come in the form that you've not dreamed of, one that the universe has in mind specifically for you," Pearl said.

My experience: I had one of Pearl's associates lead our session. He had me lay face-up and flat on the table and close my eyes.

He waved his arms over me in all sorts of rhythmic patterns and, wow, I felt a tingling, pins-and-needles sensation in my body almost immediately. My ears almost felt like they were filling up with water as well.

The pins and needles came and went for the half hour I was on the table, as did a soft whirring sound in the room. It was the most visceral treatment I had, and put me into a trance-like state. I felt uneasy being a bit "out of control."Afterwards, I woke up curious about what I had experienced, but Kelly's prompt questions made me feel like the sensations I experienced were normal and to be expected. I can't speak on it healing any condition I have, but I can see how people believe in this practice's capabilities.

What the doctors think

Physicians specializing in both eastern and western medicine both affirmed the power of these healing modalities. Deepak Chopra, a holistic physician who also subscribes to Western teachings, said that science is starting to understand how energy healing works."It triggers your own healing system, which is called Homeostatis," he said. Homeostatis is what tells your body to create an antibody when you have an infection, or a clot when you fall so that you don't bleed to death.

Dr. Mark Melrose, an emergency medicine physician at Urgent Care Manhattan, said that there's "infinitely more that we don't understand," about medicine, and that alternative therapies such as energy healing could certainly benefit patients, provided that they do no harm and also are complements to traditional treatments.

"If it makes you feel better, then it's probably helping," he said.

The bottom line

If anything, these practices can help with stress reduction, which is linked to an improvement of many health conditions, like heart disease and hypertension. But with so many people extolling the benefits of these techniques, I'm likely to think that there is some unexplainable magic to them. I wouldn't use them as my only method of treating a disease, but I can see how they complement other therapies.If anything, these practices can help with stress reduction, which is linked to an improvement of many health conditions, like heart disease and hypertension. But with so many people extolling the benefits of these techniques, I'm likely to think that there is some unexplainable magic to them. I wouldn't use them as my only method of treating a disease, but I can see how they complement other therapies.

BY admin | 11 May 2019 09:23 AM

You are the secret

If an atom is 99.999999999 energy and.000000001 physical matter, then is most of REALITY energy?

As human beings this concept takes us beyond the place where main-stream scientists are currently searching for answers about our existence. They are literally spending all of their efforts on the .000000001% matter component of our reality. It begs the question that a lot of Eastern cultures already

know, we are the creators of our own reality.  Guru’s and Sharman’s from these cultures have been healing the human body for thousands of years, and how do they do it? They simply had the knowledge of how to manipulate the 99.999999999% energy to create the reality of ‘healing’. Dr. George Dangel the healer behind the Advanced Vibrational Frequencies was a Grand Master Pranic Healer who learned this ancient method of moving from the observer to being the participator in creation.

The best explanation of how this Quantum paradigm symbiosis is now unfolding is covered in a bestselling book called Biocentrism.

Biocentrism shocked the world with a radical rethinking of the nature of reality. But that was just the beginning. In Beyond Biocentrism, acclaimed biologist Robert Lanza, one of TIME Magazine’s "100 Most Influential People in 2014," and leading astronomer Bob Berman, take the reader on an intellectual thrill-ride as they re-examine everything we thought we knew about life, death, the universe, and the nature of reality itself. The first step is acknowledging that our existing model of reality is looking increasingly creaky in the face of recent scientific discoveries. Science tells us with some precision that the universe is 26.8 percent dark matter, 68.3 percent dark energy, and only 4.9 percent ordinary matter, but must confess that it doesn’t really know what dark matter is and knows even less about dark energy. Science is increasingly pointing toward an infinite universe but has no ability to explain what that really means. Concepts such as time, space, and even causality are put to rest.

The hardest part of this thinking is that the Universe may not be ‘out there’ it may well be within all of us, the creators. And that consciousness existed before everything else.

BY admin | 08 Apr 2019 12:03 PM

A paradigm shift is needed from traditional Medicine to that of energy and frequencies.

Neuroacoustics: The Healing Power of Sound


 By Erik L. Goldman | Editor-in-Chief - Vol. 5, No. 3. Fall, 2004

ALBUQUERQUE, NM—The experience of sound is at the very core of human consciousness, and it can be a powerful tool for healing, said Jeffrey Thompson, DC, at the annual meeting of the American Holistic Medical Association.

For more than 20 years, Dr. Thompson has been exploring neuroacoustics and the therapeutic application of sound. His researches have led to the development of precise protocols for using sound to modulate brainwave patterns, affect sympathetic-parasympathetic balance, and synchronize the activity of the right and left brain hemispheres. He has applied these methods in stress reduction, cardiovascular disease prevention, management of depression, and a host of other conditions.                                                                         

“It is akin to the picking of a lock on the neurophysiologic processes that the body already uses to heal itself,” said Dr. Thompson, director of the Center for Neuroacoustic Research, San Diego. His work with neuroacoustics is very different from other forms of music therapy. It is not about facilitating a patient’s musical self-expression, nor does it use music as a palliative. It involves direct application of specific sound combinations—unique to each patient, but precise and measurable—to entrain beneficial physiologic responses.

Primordial Sounds and Self-Awareness

Physical Resonance

Coupled Oscillation and Biosynchronization

Binaural Beats and Hemispheric Synchronization

A Healer’s Journey


Primordial Sounds and Self-Awareness

Perception of sound begins in the womb, and it begins very early. “At 16 weeks’ gestation, we become aware of vibration, and life begins to filter into us.” The eardrums and the skin—sensors of vibration—are the first sense organs to become active. For a developing fetus, the intrauterine world is largely a world of sound. Sound travels 5 times more efficiently through water than through air, and a mother’s stretched abdominal wall is an ideal membrane for transmitting sound. 

In many respects, it is through sound that a gestating human becomes aware of itself. In applying sound to healing, Dr. Thompson has found certain types of sounds—the heartbeat, respiratory sounds, passage of blood through vessels, organic bodily sounds—register deeply in the human nervous system. These “primordial sounds” are immediately recognizable to any person regardless of gender, culture, race, age, or social status; they are truly universal. 

Recordings of primordial sounds can be used therapeutically to access aspects of consciousness and memory to which an individual is typically unconscious. In order to obtain these effects in adults, however, it is necessary to slow down recordings of womb sounds by several octaves (divisions of two). “A 16 week old fetus has a tiny little eardrum. Compared to that, the mother’s heart is huge, and the heartbeat is a very deep, gigantic sound. To re-create the intrauterine soundscape that a fetus hears, you have to slow everything down.”


Physical Resonance

Much of Dr. Thompson’s work is based on two key principles: Firstly, that every tissue, just like every physical object, will resonate to very specific sound frequencies; Secondly, that there are mechanisms within the nervous system that synchronize neurophysiologic functions and cycles with coherent rhythmic pulsations from the external world. 

Almost everyone has seen images of a wine glass being exploded by sound. The important point in such experiments is that only a certain frequency will explode a particular wine glass. It is not only a question of volume. 

Every physical substance has particular frequencies at which it will become excited to a higher vibratory state. This is best observed with tuning forks: a fork designed to produce a frequency of 440 Hz can induce or “entrain” the vibration of a second fork of 440 Hz, if it is struck and brought into the vicinity of the second fork. A fork designed to produce a different frequency will not be able to induce this sympathetic vibration in a 440 Hz fork. 

Dr. Thompson has found similar principles operating in the tissues of the body. Every organ, every bone, has a unique size, density and mass, and therefore, a unique resonant frequency. One aspect of his approach is to identify resonant frequencies of various tissues, particularly the brain and spinal column. 

“My first attempts at this involved trying to do chiropractic spinal adjustments using sound. Each vertebra is a different size, density and mass, and like a wineglass, can be resonated with the correct sound. This causes the vertebra to vibrate back into its correct position. Similarly, cranial bones and cerebrospinal fluid can be influenced with sound resonances. The brain itself is an organ with a unique size, density and mass. So I started to ask, what would the effect be of exposing the brain to its own fundamental frequency vibration pattern?”


Coupled Oscillation and Biosynchronization

The principle of coupled oscillation, “reflects a property in all things to sort of fall into step together,” said Dr. Thompson. It was initially described in 1665, by Dutch physicist, Christiaan Huygens. In observing the movement of pendulum clocks, Huygens found that when two similar clocks were in close proximity, their pendulums, no matter how they started swinging initially, would soon fall into a precise anti-synchrony (swinging precisely in the same rhythm, but in exactly opposite directions). This synchronized pattern of movement would emerge within a half hour, and remain stable indefinitely. 

The significance of Huygens’ observations was not recognized for several centuries, and physicists today are still working out the mathematics to describe coupled oscillation. But the principle has been observed in the movement of subatomic particles, intergalactic nebulae, and on all scales in between, including biological systems. 

On the biological plane, the principle is known as biosynchronization. Examples include circadian rhythms governing metabolism, synchronization of menstrual cycles among women who live closely together, and movements of fish schools and flocks of migratory birds. Essentially, it is about saving energy: when part of a coherent group momentum, an individual conserves energy. 

Since the emergence of encephalography, researchers have studied brainwave patterns and how they respond to external stimuli. A vast body of data shows that brainwave patterns and therefore, aspects of consciousness, synchronize with external stimuli. US Navy researchers in the 1950's showed that brainwave patterns could be controlled by strobe light stimulation. They termed this phenomenon "Sensory Evoked Potentials," and it underscores the fact that the brain’s internal rhythms follow the strongest immediate external pulse patterns.   

Sound is one of the most powerful means of entraining brainwave patterns. “Brainwaves will time themselves to external sound pulses, if we provide those pulses at specific brainwave speeds,” explained Dr. Thompson.  

For example, normal daily awareness, the so-called Beta wave pattern, is characterized by electrical activity at 13-30 cycles per second. If someone in their ordinary state listens to sounds pulsing at 4.5 cycles per second, a frequency characteristic of Theta brainwave states, his or her brain will naturally synchronize to the sound, thus inducing a theta state. Theta is, essentially, “where the brain goes when it is dreaming,” explained Dr. Thompson, adding that many ancient shamanic healing practices are based on using sound to induce Theta states or “waking dreams.”

Similarly, various meditative states have characteristic EEG thumbprints. Much of Dr. Thompson’s work consists in using sounds with sympathetic resonances to specific brainwave functions to influence a patient’s state of consciousness.


Binaural Beats and Hemispheric Synchronization

In 1973, Dr. Gerald Oster, a biophysicist at Mount Sinai Medical Center, New York, started a minor revolution when Scientific American published his paper called, "Auditory Beats in the Brain." Dr. Oster was exploring the neurologic implications of a phenomenon called “beating tones” or “difference tones,” long recognized by musicians and physicists. Beating tones occur when two tones are closely, but not precisely tuned to one another. The difference between the frequencies of the two tones becomes audible as a pulse.

Dr. Oster reported that the same phenomenon occurs when people listen on headphones to tones tuned to within 18% of one another. When the two tones are fed separately into the ears through headphones, the brain detects the out-of-phase relationship between the two notes, and a “perceptual integration of the two signals takes place, producing the sensation of a third "beat" frequency,” Dr. Oster explained in his 1973 report. 

“The difference between the signals waxes and wanes as the two different input frequencies mesh in and out of phase. As a result of these constantly increasing and decreasing differences, an amplitude-modulated standing wave—the binaural beat—is heard. The binaural beat is perceived as a fluctuating rhythm at the frequency of the difference between the two auditory inputs.”  

In other words, if the left ear is given a tone of 100 Hz, and the right ear is given a tone at 105 Hz, the brain will perceive a “binaural” beat of 5 Hz. 

The most provocative of Dr. Oster’s findings was that the brains of his subjects would entrain to these binaural pulses, producing mild alterations in consciousness. Since publication of that original paper, a host of investigators have looked at how binaural beats affect brainwave activity. They have found some fairly consistent patterns. 

Binaural beats in the Delta (1 to 4 Hz) and Theta (4 to 8 Hz) brainwave ranges are associated with relaxed, meditative, and creative states (Hiew, 1995), and can also induce restful sleep. Binaural beats in the Alpha range (8 to 12 Hz) tend to increase Alpha waves (Foster, 1990); those in the Beta frequencies (16 to 24 Hz) have been associated with reports of increased concentration or alertness (Monroe, 1985) and improved memory (Kennerly, 1994).

Beyond just entraining brainwave patterns, Dr. Oster also found that binaural beats invariably induced synchronization of electrical activity in the right and left hemispheres, something that rarely occurs in ordinary waking consciousness. This is explained by the fact that each ear is physiologically "hardwired" to both hemispheres. Each hemisphere has its own olivary nucleus, which processes sound signals. When someone perceives a binaural beat, there are actually two standing waves of equal amplitude and frequency present, one in each hemisphere. These two standing waves entrain portions of each hemisphere to the same frequency.

“By entraining brainwaves with binaural beats using headphones, it is possible to float the brain in this state of hemispheric synchronization for prolonged periods. Each time we do this, it is like exercising a new brain function, which makes the brain more able to engage this function as it's normal repertoire of behavior,” Dr. Thompson said. 

“Using sound in these ways, 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, bio-feedback equipment and other sophisticated procedures. We are also able to influence the core balance and functioning of the brain and central nervous system as a whole,” said Dr. Thompson.

Finding Autonomic Balance

One of the most important aspects of his approach is in using sound to balance a patient’s sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous system activity. Dr. Thompson makes extensive use of both EEG and heart rate variability (HRV) monitoring. The latter is a form of spectral analysis of cardiovascular activity, providing an accurate assessment of autonomic function. Recent advances in technology have made it possible to assess HRV in real time, allowing investigators to correlate changes in sympathetic and parasympathetic tone with changes in brainwave activity.

“Most overly stressed people show sympathetic dominance all of the time. They are unable to relax, cannot wind down, and have difficulty sleeping,” he explained. People with clinical depression show a different pattern, characterized by high levels of both anxiety and inhibition. They usually show both high sympathetic and high parasympathetic tone, “like having your feet on the gas pedal and the brake at the same time.” 

In working with a patient, Dr. Thompson’s first step is to find specific resonant frequencies that affect shifts in autonomic activity and brainwave patterning. He does this by recording the patient’s own voice, and then playing it back in a slow sweep from very low to very high frequencies, while the patient is lying on a specially designed sound table. The table contains transducers able to produce low-frequency sound vibrations in the range of 20-500 Hz. The sound table delivers sound not only to the ears but to the spinal column, muscles and skeletal elements as well.

“Bear in mind that the entire posterior one-third of the spinal cord consists of nerve tract bundles whose sole purpose is transmission of vibrational sense data to the brainstem, cerebellum, pons, medulla, hippocampus/limbic system (emotional processing areas) and various areas of the cerebral cortex. The sound table allows us to deliver sound directly through the body, and an entirely different aspect of the nervous system is brought into play, with the possibility of a much deeper response.”

He believes it is important to use a patient’s own voice, because it is entirely unique and thoroughly innate to that person. “There’s something deeply recognizable about my own voice to my unconscious mind. The harmonic overtone patterns of my own voice tell me about my tissues as a whole.”

When exposing someone to his or her own voice at various frequencies, Dr. Thompson monitors the EEG and HRV patterns very carefully. “I’m looking for a shift from sympathetic to parasympathetic activity. It occurs at unique frequencies for each person.” Once he identifies which “note” produces the shift, he makes 3-D recordings of the patient’s voice singing the key frequencies. He can then pitch-shift the recording up or down by octaves (multiples of two) to affect different tissue types. 

“There is a direct relationship between this fundamental sound frequency that causes a balancing of someone’s body systems and various specific brainwave states of consciousness,” he said. “There are five brainwave frequencies for healing which can be calculated as octaves of a patient’s fundamental healing tone.”

After identifying the patient’s key frequencies, he then creates a therapeutic plan using particular combinations of frequencies for physical symptoms and others for emotional work, stress reduction and sleep. In addition to the weekly office-based sessions and sound table work, Dr. Thompson also gives his patients CDs of their voices for use with headphones for at-home daily entrainment practice.


A Healer’s Journey

Though he began his career as a more or less conventional chiropractor, music and art were always essential aspects of Dr. Thompson’s life, and it was natural for him to consider ways in which they might be applied to healing. His initial experiments with sound in the late 1980s convinced him that this was a worthy direction. 

“The responses I was getting using sound frequency work began to outshine anything I was getting from chiropractic manipulation, craniosacral therapy, acupuncture or anything else I was practicing at the time. It had the smell of someone coming up against his purpose in life.”

The decision to sell his thriving chiropractic practice and establish an independent clinic and research institute devoted exclusively to neuroacoustics was not an easy one. But it is one that has been extremely fulfilling in the long run. 

He emphasized that there is something fundamentally satisfying, not to mention therapeutically powerful about working with sound. “You’re orchestrating all the powers the brain has for healing. As things begin to clear up, the patient gets back in touch with who he or she really is.”

This, he stressed, is the ultimate goal, regardless of the specific clinical condition an individual patient presents. “Ultimately, it is not about fixing symptoms, it is about waking up. Healing the symptoms is the booby prize. When people have true healings, it is a reflection of the fact that they’ve woken up.”


Re-printed with permission from Erik L Goldman, Editor

(Editor’s Note: As a Conference Presenter, Dr. Jeffrey Thompson spoke on the Healing Power of Sound at the 2004 American Holistic Medical Association Conference in Albuquerque, NM. Inspired, Mr. Goldman interviewed Dr. Thompson for a greater grasp of the concepts presented. Mr. Goldman’s well-crafted article is accurate and shows excellent journalism.)  

BY admin | 06 Feb 2019 08:08 PM


By Mark (Charlie) Gardener

Hundreds of scientists, Quantum Physicists, religious guru’s, healers and great authors such as David Braden and Dr. David Hawkins have written about the phenomenon of vibration and frequencies and how they influence our pure existence.  The very stuff we are made of. From Japan Dr. Masaru Emoto took the world by storm with a series of photos of frozen water drops that had been influenced by the written word, spoken words and even prayers. This is where human beings changed the molecular structure of a water drop by expressing a thought or word, crazy hey?

I could literally go on for hours putting a case forward, and the case is a big one, but my goal here today is to impregnate you with the endless possibilities that live within you, yes YOU.

let me tell you a short story:

Years ago I lost a couple of friends to Cancer.  I researched almost all of the alternative healing modalities across this vast planet in my desperation to try and help them.  This journey put me in front of someone who would completely change my viewpoint on how the matrix worked. This old, eccentric, overweight but very powerful guy was doing things that absolutely and totally stretched my belief patterns until they were almost completely bent out of shape.

My partners and I spent a lot of time and money trying to do a documentary on this guy but the more I delved into the mechanics of what he was doing the deeper the rabbit hole went, and the more confused I got. 

At one stage I blamed him for my confusion thinking that he must have been hypnotizing me somehow, but the more I witnessed him pulling people out of wheelchairs, straightening spines, curing AID’s, macular degeneration and even the unthinkable, Cancer. I started to think I was witnessing the second coming of Jesus Christ … Well ?? How else was he doing this?  It had to be divine intervention or magic, or what ??

This man was a Master Pranic Healer by the name of Dr. George Dangel. I told everyone about his great healer … and I mean everyone ..  I even paid for some people to see him.  It was like “Hey, so you got herpes”  go see this guy I know …If it was 2018 years ago they’d be calling this guy Jesus” !!!

It wasn’t long before I stopped getting the phone calls and people were un-friending me on Facebook, you know that feeling ..  You could almost hear them over dinner “ Should we invite Mark …Noooo I think he might be losing it … all that stuff about knowing Jesus …

Prana is a Sanskrit word that means life-force. This invisible bio-energy or vital energy keeps the body alive and maintains a state of good health. In acupuncture, the Chinese refer to this subtle energy as Chi. It is also called Ruach or the Breath of Life in Hebrew. In fact this form of healing in its modern form was developed by grand master choa Kok Sui. However the knowledge of such methods date back to ancient India and China many thousands of years ago. 

There is even some writings that attribute Jesus’s healings and great miracles to this healing paradigm. I had been focusing on the miracles that I was witnessing so much that I completely missed the core value, the pure essence of this modalities functionality. Is it real to you that the human body has a bio energetic, electromagnetic, or you can even call it an Aura field around it? Is it real to you all out there that people like my friend the Pranic Healer, Reiki, Bowen therapy masters, acupuncturists, religious guru’s and the many other modalities and masters out there have the power to manipulate, use, enrich and to revitalize and fix this field?

Well then,  If they all learn the same process, protocols or lessons in their respective modalities, why is it then that some of them are more POWERFUL than others. I’ll tell you …  It’s because of their personal intention.  it’s INTENTION. To my surprise one of the meanings for the word intention in the dictionary is:  ‘the healing process of a wound’ They got it right and didn’t really know they did.

People ..  The secret behind the secret is INTENTION.


What are the mechanics you ask? It’s simple.  ENOUGH Faith or belief in anything, even evil, can CREATE that which you desire. This is not new in any way shape or form, unlike the healers requiring a concentration of intention, the average person has been living in the Matrix for so long now, and have been a slave that creates what others demand they create. We have forgotten how to use this powerful tool and truly don’t believe we can actually create something for ourselves.

Some of you are sitting there wondering how this affects you, right now. This affects you to the degree you are willing to believe that it does, that’s it. The mechanisms for using this knowledge are right in front of you, you just have to add a dose of faith and then a little pinch of practice.

Using the example of the Powerful healers, they can work for 40 years within their chosen modality to become the very best at what they do. Their success has a simple explanation. Every time they used their methodologies and honed their craft, and it worked, they got a bit more confident, a bit more belief and a got bit more faith.  Until one day they become unconsciously conscious of their powers and abilities, they actually KNOW the seat of their power without having to think about it …  They KNOW they can heal.

I can almost hear the cries out there right now .. Good God,  I have to practice this diligently for 40 years to get some knowingness to have some personal power. What the ??? If you think that then I have delivered this talk poorly, because the absolute opposite is true. I have known great healers who have spent 40 years becoming good at what they do,  I have known people who have spent 10 years becoming good at what they do and then I met a guy down at the local farmers market that didn’t study anything at all and heals people every single day.  In the end it comes down to what you believe and how well you believe it moving through to the knowingness.

If you have ever been to a ‘new age’ ‘consciousness’ festival of the like, the one thing you will notice straight away is the amount of stalls dedicated to healing this and healing that, spiritual this and spiritual that, all of which have valid roots and intentions.  When people finally get it through their heads that it’s all the same stuff.  Leave the ego at the door and get on with it, and the world will be a better place. The gift of creation, your access to the god particle, your gift, is right at your fingertips.  Just reach out and embrace it.

The HOW is only a path of discovery that can take many many different routes to discover your personal faith and belief in you and YOUR POWER.

Forget the science … That’s just another man-made word.

To finish, let me pose a Hypothesis:

If you as an individual can vibrate intention and cause someone else’s bio-energetic field to heal another person’s body fully and absolutely, and using that same intention you also have the power to change your immediate future within the matrix & even beyond perhaps.  Another very big subject ?? What if enough beings like you decided to all gather and resonate a vibration so full of love and so powerful as ONE … could it not be possible to make that change we so desperately need before us right now …  To generate a vibration that would heal planet earth and all of mankind.

It is a dream that I have.

BY admin | 02 Jul 2018 04:02 PM

The Human Bio-field

The human body-field is a complex, structured network of fields that interpenetrates the physical body and underlies all physiology. 
At its core, Dr. Dangel understands that providing informational frequencies to the human bio-field is as important as energy in the universe, which is being demonstrated by much of the latest science. Additionally, we have found information just as important in the human body, and we have used our theory of the human body-field to create effective and proven health-preserving tools over many years.
If we were to quote the most well-known equation in all of science it would be Einstein’s E=MC^2. And in this equation we see that matter equates to-and is essentially made up of-energy. Yet if you were to ask how that energy gets formed into all the different kinds of matter in the universe, you would note that matter is, in essence, organized energy. Information is the organizing principle.
Hence when looking at biology and medicine, we cannot just look at the biochemical nature of the body. We must also look at the energy and information of the body. Because, at this level of biophysics, the source of health in the body (as well as its deterioration) is clearly evident: properly organized information and energy within the body equates to overall wellbeing and an “optimal blueprint” for homeostasis and health. When either the information or energy within the body becomes distorted, health deteriorates.
One way to consider this is to look at the body’s natural efficiency. Nature has developed very efficient techniques that allow the body to perform its numerous life processes with very little energy consumption. When health becomes compromised (including physical, emotional, and psychological health), one of the basic common characteristics in all cases is that energy usage becomes less efficient within the body, i.e. energy is wasted.
Therefore, a primary measurement we use for wellbeing is how efficiently each system and sub-system of the body is using energy. Because we have been able to directly measure optimal energy efficiency in each part of the body, our technology can easily detect areas of concern.
In these ways the human body-field can be likened to the body’s master operating system-the software that runs our hardware.
BY admin | 02 Jul 2018 04:02 PM

About Dr. Dangel

Dr George Dangel

Dr Dangel possesses a comprehensive, masterful blend of advanced medical and biological knowledge of the human body and mind, and the many diseases and medical conditions that people in modern society suffer from. It is in these areas that his applied research has led to many discoveries, particularly in areas related to crystal healing, spectrochromotherapy and vibrational medicine. Dr Dangel’s knowledge and discoveries stem from more than five decades of advanced study, research, and hands-on experience.

However it is the unparalleled blending of his diverse knowledge, with an in-depth understanding of applied metaphysical science and the body’s bio-energetic interactions with pranic “life-force” energy, that enables Dr Dangel to perform – what many of his clients refer to as “miracle healings”, and to this unassuming man, the life-saving, life-changing “miracles” that he performs are “all in a days work”.

Pranic healing is a “no-touch” modality where all types of illnesses can be treated using ‘chi’ or pranic energy. It is a highly developed and tested system of energy healing techniques, using “prana” – the vital “life-force” energy – to balance, harmonise and transform your body’s energy processes. The Chinese refer to this subtle energy as “Chi” in acupuncture. It is also called “Ruha” in Hebrew, or the “Breath of Life” in the Old Testament.

Pranic healing influences your natural “life-force” energy to bring about a healthier physical body. It is applied on your bio-energetic field known as the aura, which contains the mould and blueprint of your physical body. Your bio-energetic body absorbs “life-force” energy and distributes it to your organs and glands. Diseases first appear as energetic disruptions in your energy field before manifesting as ailments in your physical body.

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