Sound Frequency Therapy

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“Whenever the evil spirit from God was upon Saul, David took the lyre and played it with his hand. So Saul was refreshed and was well, and the evil spirit departed from him”.

- 1 Samuel 16:14–23

King Saul and David Playing Music

Sound frequency therapy 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 causes human beings to vibrate at a lower frequency. Playing tones that promote healing, happiness, and vitality will allow DNA strands to repair themselves.

Sound therapy 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 common 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 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. 

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. 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.

Your body is literally humming 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. 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. 

Proverbs 18:21 The Passion Translation (TPT) Your words are so powerful that they will kill or give life,
and the talkative person will reap the consequences.

The study of quantum physics shows that the human body and the entire world 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.

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