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BioAcoustic Voice Frequency Profiling Enhances Self-Healing

Dec 02, 2013 04:20PM ● By Peig Myota

We are living in a world with increased challenges to eat healthy food, maintain a healthy lifestyle, prevent illness and increase longevity. We have seen increases in rates of autism, heart disease, diabetes, adrenal burnout and autoimmune diseases and are threatened with environmental pollution, bird flu, swine flu, SARS, MRSA and flesh-eating bacteria, many of which are resistant to current drugs. Over the same period, Americans have been challenged by a struggling health care system. These trials have led to an understanding that we must actively participate in the process of staying healthy.

Therapies that are preventative, complementary and alternative to conventional Western medicine offer a number of options for maintaining the health of the body, mind and spirit. Of these, the use of mathematics, geometry, sound and frequency to derive ancient healing techniques from the mysteries of the universe are regaining interest. Using a mathematical matrix of the frequency field of the body integrates the ancient art of healing with modern technology. This new technology taps into the concept of the body’s ability to accurately identify, quantify, organize and extrapolate biometric information in order to heal itself.

Creating algorithms of vocalized frequencies has supported the theory that the body has the capacity for selfhealing. For the last 30 years, the Institute for BioAcoustic Biology and Sound Health, the research and educational arm of Sound Health Research Institute, in Albany, Ohio, both established by Sharry Edwards, has been investigating the concept that the human voice is a holographic blueprint of the health and wellness of the body. According to Edwards, each individual has a unique color and sound frequency that is established at the time of birth. These frequencies hold the blueprint for the health of the body, mind and spirit and can easily be evaluated using sophisticated computer technology.

The innovative biotechnology known as Vocal Profiling analyzes the frequencies and modulation of the voice to determine the emotional, biochemical and structural status within the human body. While this system does not diagnose or treat disease, the bioacoustics software is a management tool that allows the body to identify how to best use its resources to create and maintain health.

More than 3,000 practitioners around the world have been trained in BioAcoustic Voice Frequency Profiling. The process is very simple. A client speaks into a handheld microphone attached to a computer for about one minute. The computerized program records and evaluates the speaker’s voice frequency pattern. A graph and written report is generated that gives detailed information about each person’s personality qualities, challenges, emotions and thought patterns related to the issue of concern being vocalized. The assessment tool assists the client to become consciously aware of frequency patterns that can impede physical, emotional, intellectual and spiritual health. Edwards has developed several programs that can assess the obstacles preventing optimal health. The book Sound Secrets: Ultimate Healing, by Jill Mattson, gives detailed information about Edwards’ system of sound healing and of bioacoustics.

Although transformation to self-health cannot happen overnight, Edwards believes that using the foundational principles of the voice as an indicator of health has the potential to change the future of medicine. BioAcoustic Voice Profiling supports the ancient knowledge that we have the ability to heal ourselves.

Peig Myota
Peig Myota, BSN, MSW, has a background in nursing and spiritual psychology and is certified in energy frequency healing and counseling. She provides BioAcoustic Voice Frequency Profiling at The Healing Place, located at W161N11629 Church St., in Germantown. For more information, call 262-719-0030, email [email protected] or visit TheHealingPlace1.com.

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