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Light Therapy

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Light Therapy

On our recent trip to Australia, we were invited by a friend to join in a presentation on monochromatic light therapy. Karl from Sweden was very knowledgeable and gave a very convincing lecture on the science behind the treatment and various studies supporting the effectiveness of the therapy. He also had some equipment along and… continue reading»

Brain Damaged Violinist Makes Music for First Time in 27 Years with Mind-Reading Technology

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Damaged Violinist Composes Again

I came across this story that I wanted to share with my readers about the power of music. I was very touched by this woman’s ability to finally be able to express herself with music after so many years of being trapped inside her mind and body from such a devastating brain injury. I hope you are blessed… continue reading»

Cosmic Music!

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Cosmic Music

I know there are pluses and minuses in opinions about what is going on at CERN but I wanted to share this article because I think it further illustrates the belief I have in regards to the relationship between matter and sound or frequencies. This information is just another proof in my mind that all… continue reading»

Frequencies Destroying Cancer Cells!

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Ted Talks About Frequencies and Cancer

My cousin Cindy sent me a link on Facebook that is just astounding. There is actually research being done today that is producing positive results in using frequencies to shatter various micro-organisms – chief among them Cancer. I want to share the YouTube link with you so you can see for yourselves the results. Flat… continue reading»

Music and Post Operative Surgery Recovery

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Music Post Operative

I was listening to a news report that referenced this study published in Lancet magazine and thought I would share it with you. Also an mp3 file to listen to. Music as an aid for postoperative recovery in adults: a systematic review and meta-analysis Jenny Hole, MBBS, Martin Hirsch, MBBS, Elizabeth Ball, PhD  , Catherine Meads,… continue reading»

The 444Hz Calibration vs. the 432Hz Calibration!

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Harp Calibration

I wanted to take a moment to address a subject that frequently comes to me in the form of one question or another. Many people are asking if it might not be better to use the 432Hz calibration to tune with instead of the orchestral standard of 440Hz. They go on to site many articles… continue reading»