Wednesday, March 30, 2016

Sound Will Be The Medicine Of The Future

 Like waves of vibration that are eternally connected and influenced by one another, our understanding and appreciation of vibro-tactile healing has ebbed and flowed. Ancient traditions recognized vibration and sound as an important method for returning to balance and healing. Some of the ways these traditions have used sound and vibration include: music, chanting, prayer, toning, and the use of instruments such as drums, bells, singing bowls, gongs, and wind instruments.
As Ancient traditions fell from favor, we lost sight of the powerful benefits of vibro-tactile healing. It has taken great thinkers and scientists millennia to return to this lost knowledge. Perhaps we are so comforted by vibration and sound because as humans, our first experiences within the womb were known and felt as vibration (e.g., our mother’s heartbeat and voice). All matter vibrates and the human body is no different.
It is known that sound waves move through water at least 5 times more efficiently than through the air and that the water in the human body accounts for at least 50-65% of its makeup. This makes the human body a receptive vessel for vibro-tactile input.
The lens through which the benefits of vibro-tactile healing have been filtered has changed with time and cultural knowledge.
The earliest known use of a vibro-tactile method for healing comes from the Aboriginal people of Australia, who have used the didgeridoo, a wind instrument made from hollowed limbs from eucalyptus trees, for at least 40,000 years. The sound frequencies that are produced by this fascinating instrument are low and both the person playing the instrument and the person hearing it feel the vibration produced. Healers in Australia have historically used this instrument to heal illness, muscle tears and even broken bones. Auditory rhythm has also been used to affect healing going back tens of thousands of years on every continent. Many indigenous shamans around the world continue to use vibro-tactile methods for healing and balancing dis-ease in the body.

7 Health Benefits of Vibroacoustic Therapy
When Vibroacoustic Therapy is used in conjunction with other vibrational modalities, such as essential oils and Reiki, this creates what Don Estes calls “Sensory Resonance”, where the individual is bathed in harmonic frequencies that integrate the whole brain and body into a state of peace and calm. When the mind and body are in a calm state, all kinds of health benefits can occur.
1. The Limbic System is signaled to return to a calm state, and over time helps the body to become better at self-regulation and more resilient to stressors.
2. The Relaxation Response is activated, which creates a cascade of positive physical and emotional health benefits.
3. The heart rate slows and heart rate variability (HRV) improves, which is an indicator of stress resilience.
4. Blood pressure lowers, which reduces the risk of stroke and heart attack.
5. Muscles relax, which in turn can reduce pain from tension and spasms.
6. Pain lessens through a combination of increased relaxation and an increase of “happy” hormones.
7. Circulation increases, which nourishes the cells and organs.
In a day when people are seeking healthy alternatives for combating stress, pain, and illness, we should reconsider the Ancient wisdom of vibro-tactile input. Modern technology now makes it possible for this healing modality to be put into practice and available to a wider population.

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Friday, March 4, 2016

Trial Phase Complete, Version 3 UPDATES

Happy to say today that the website is updated and more importantly the Return to 432 software for Version 3 is complete! Thank you for all of your patience and support through the trial phase. It was a very long and tedious project, but coding always will be.

If you had the old version an e-mail with a new link as been sent to you so you can upgrade for FREE!

Some e mails came back so if you changed your email and do not see an e-mail you can ask for one by e mailing:
**please include in the original e mail you had when you purchased

If you have not heard of the updates in this version 3, they are:
Assuming the songs coming into the software are at 440HZ

File types: mp3, wav, aiff, aif, flac, m4a, aac, ogg, wma
Queue batches: 100 or more, depending on the space you have on your computer
Keeps tags and titles and metadata
Longer songs! (the 2.0 does up to 10 min) we suggest that if you have an hour long song, you do those by themselves.
Better conversion quality
No longer have to choose the Bit rate. The songs are processed the same as they came in, up to 320

Happy Listening!