This amazon review is from: Sound Healing from Earthly Solfeggio Frequencies
"I used this for my young son who had a stroke. Played it constantly. although he is paralyzed on one side of his body he has no speech issues and no cognitive impairment. Was it the music? can't say for sure but I believe so."
Ted has developed a technology, which he calls SoundSyncTech™. He is able to incorporate Binaural Beats, Theta & Alpha frequencies technically into his compositions, which is quite different than anything currently on the market. His compositions are also mathematically and harmonically based through a variety of brainwave entrainment frequencies and tunings. “Many people have heard of 528 Hz or 432 Hz, but there are so many more beneficial frequencies that people are starting to realize.” After further research, Ted found that the millennials make up the largest demographic of listeners to his sound healing music. “The fact that the millennials like my music, is the biggest compliment a sound healer can have. They are changing the world; by volunteering, challenging corruption, and taking action for their social and environmental causes,” says Ted.
However, the millennials are not the only group that enjoys the sound healing style of music Ted offers. He has medical doctors, naturopathic doctors, herbalists, and energy healers making up the second largest group of his listeners. “We are receiving stories of people using my music, which are in cancer recovery, dealing with high blood pressure, anxiety attacks, PTSD, chronic insomnia, migraine’s and other health issues,” ads Ted. These people are reporting that they are receiving profound relief by listening to Ted’s music while they sleep, pray, meditate, or relax to, on a regular basis. “I am inspired to get up every morning to create more music; I have observed how people are entraining their bodies, by listening to my healing frequency music, and miracles are happening” Studies have shown (Rider, 1985) that music which is most effective in reducing patients’ pain utilizes the principles of resonance and entrainment.
Briggs, Bill (2009). Music as Medicine: Docs use tunes as Treatment Msnbc.com contributor, www.today.com.
Rider, M. S. (1985). Entrainment mechanisms are involved in pain reduction, muscle relaxation, and music-mediated imagery. Journal of Music Therapy, 22(4).
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