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Sound frequency is the future of medicine

Sound frequency is the future of medicine

Experts say sound healing can help treat severe medical conditions by completely relaxing the body and making it go into a state of elevated positivity

What is frequency medicine?

Frequency medicine or sound healing is a method by which through different sounds in each ear the brain produces a completely different sound called the ‘binaural beat’. This beat allows the body and brain to completely relax and go into a state of acceptance of the healing properties of the sounds to catch the impulse of the ailment and heal it at specific frequencies.

This method of healing is at the frontier of neuroscience. It is proven that sound therapy or brain-wave entrainment, as it’s called, can heal a person suffering from a stroke, chronic pain or have a positive influence on a cancer patient going into chemotherapy.

Joshua Leeds, the author of ‘The Power of Sound’ says, “The study of sound on the nervous system works by creating a frequency and vibration for someone that’s conducive for him or her to heal. Sound healing is trending up. It’s like where yoga was 15 years ago. People are realizing that sound is a viable medium to address distress, enhance learning, even work with an autistic child.”

How does it heal your illness?

Stress, anxiety, depression, chronic pain or even cancer; Sound therapy enters the brain waves working at a particular frequency and alters its speed to a specific level where the patient completely relaxes and procures an elevated state of positive mind set. This mind set then works miraculously to heal any disease. It asserts the patients’ belief in therapy in collaboration with the overall treatment used to cure him off his ailment.

If you’ve read the book ‘The Secret’ there’s a chapter in which a pilot who is bedridden with 360 degree fractures and with little hope to ever wake from his bed again, regains a perfect recovery only through constant positive thinking. Sound therapy is the influence that backs this mindset essential for any treatment.

Its origin

An 11th century Italian Benedictine monk, Guido of Arezzo invented certain melodies and harmonies of six notes at specific frequencies which are today known as ‘Solfeggio’ tunes. These tunes are derived by tuning forks at specialized frequency scales.

These notes have Hz or cycle per second frequency known as frequency measuring devices. These Hz frequency numbers are (396, 417, 528, 639, 741, 852) which are all divisible by 3, 6 and 9.

Numbers 3, 6 and 9 are keys to the universe as Nikola Tesla puts it.

These are also called cymatic frequencies in science which are used in sound therapy today. Each of these frequencies having healing properties characterized by the following:

396 Hz — Releases Fear

417 Hz — Eases and Initiates Change

528 Hz — Healing and DNA Repair

639 Hz — Heals Relationships

741 Hz — Finding Creative Expression and Solutions

852 Hz — Spiritual Homecoming

Gregorian chants or ‘Solfeggio’ tunes have a measurable influence on human psychology and physiology.

Each of these frequencies has proven to heal chronic ailments. An article published in Anti-Aging medical news has observed the positive impact these sounds have on osteoporosis.

A Japanese study in 2018 examined the stress reducing effect of 528 Hz on the endocrine system noting that this Hz has impactful stress reducing effect within five minutes of its exposure to this frequency scale.

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While there are debates on the viability of this type of treatment, doctors around the world are using it to cure many illnesses which have had no hope of survival. The influence of positivity and trance state like relaxation that this treatment offers patients has become one of the most integrated medicines to cure the ailment altogether. Sound healing, as Joshua Leeds claims, is the future of modern medicine.

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