How Are Universal Frequencies Affecting You this Week (January 18-23, 2016)?

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By Robert G. O’Leary, & Sharry Edwards | Institute of BioAcoustic Biology and Soundhealth

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Editor’s Note: We have all read astrological predictions & some swear by, and plan their lives around, them. Well, not only are the “stars” affecting you; “universal frequencies” (a/k/a “BioAcoustic Keynotes”), are too.

How do they work? Well, everything in your body, and what we put into it, has a numeric frequency (a Frequency Equivalent (TM), or FE, for short). The body is incredibly system-redundant, as shown by how 1 pressure point can address symptoms in different body parts & systems. So, 1 FE can correspond to a muscle & biochemical simultaneously, such as an inability to open a pickle jar tends to indicate a weak lower thumb muscle & also correlates to zinc. Presenting that 1 FE will improve the performance of both.


Light is also expressed as frequency. So when we discuss this, we can say the following: Universal Frequency/ BioAcoustic Key Note = a color = a Frequency Equivalent of a body part and/or biochemical/pathogen/ toxin. Right now, the Universal Frequency  is represented by the note of A and the color Purple and the note of A this week. Astrologically, while we are still in the Sign of Capricorn, we move quickly into the Sign of Aquarius. See how this affects YOU by reading below! We would love to hear how and whether anything in our weekly column resonates with how you feel during the week. If so, please leave a comment in the comments section below.

This week, we have a sampling of muscles from every part of the body.  Here is our list proceeding from head to toe:

Muscles that are in stress this week:

Rectus Inferior: The Rectus inferior is a part of the orbital muscles of the eye. It helps rotate the eye laterally, meaning side to side.HumanAnatomy-man--346x346

Lens: is a part of the eye which is transparent and shaped in such a way as to focus light on to the retina. The cornea, another part of the eye works with the lens to do this work. The majority perspective about the lens is that the lens changes shape to focus light that we see at different distance, which is called accommodation. Another perspective it that our sight is “accommodated” by the shortening and lengthening of the eyeball. Source: “Lens”

Masseter: is one of the chewing muscles. It is one of the strongest of these muscles and facilitates our eating. It is the chewing muscle closest to the surface and thus most visible while we eat. While our chewing muscles may seem very strong, they are not actually as strong as the muscles of other mammals, particularly herbivores (i.e., “plant eaters”), to facilitate the eating of plants.” Source: “Masseter”

Arytenoid Oblique: is your larynx or vocal cord muscle which functions to bring together, or adduct, the arytenoid cartilages towards each other in order to close the inlet to the larynx in order to allow us to speak. Source: “Oblique Artytenoid Muscle”

Deltoid: is a major shoulder muscle that is responsible for giving your shoulder its rounded contour. The world “deltoid” apparently comes from the Greek capital letter delta, as it seems to have the same shape. It has many functions: a. it is the primary muscle responsible for all of the arm and shoulder movements as well as stabilization of the shoulder so that it does not dislocate when you carry heavy loads. Source: “Deltoid Muscle”

Teres Major: The trigger point(s) in this muscle will be active this week. It is one of the half dozen muscles which make up the so-called “scapulohumeral muscle group.” which act to manipulate and hold together the scapula and humeral bones, thus facilitiating one of the most complex joints in the body. The Teres Major, itself, is found “on the underside of the upper arm, in the area between the shoulder and elbow.”

More specifically, it begins running right below the armpit and ends at the top of the humerus bone, which is the large bone in our upper arm. It is situated near the Teres Minor muscle, with the latter muscle being the primary muscle that runs around the rotator cuff. The Teres Muscle assists the Latissimus Dorsi muscle to move the humerus bone backward and downward when it is extended outward. It also helps to the stabililze the humerus bone. Source: “Teres Major”

Teres Minor: is a shoulder muscle which laterally rotates and adducts your arm at the shoulder (i.e., glenohumeral) joint, and helps to stabilize your shoulder by drawing the humerus toward the glenoid fossa of the scapula. Source: “Teres Minor”

Brachoradialis: the trigger point of this muscle is also active this week. This muscle is located in our forearm and serves to flex the elbow as well as to rotate the arm at the elbow, into a position of pronation or supination. The Brachoradialis muscle also functions to stabilize the elbow when the elbow joint is flexed or extended quickly while it is in a middle-flexed position, such as when we hammer a nail. This muscle helps other muscles, the Biceps Brachii and Brachialis, and acts in opposition to the triceps brachii and anconeus muscles. Source: “Brachioradialis”

Coracobrachialis: The trigger point(s) in this muscle are also active this week. This is said to be the tiniest of 3 muscles in and around the scapula; the other muscles being the Biceps Brachii and Pectoralis Minor. Located in the upper arm, this muscle serves to flex the arm at what is known as the glenohumeral joint and to move the arm away from the body (i.e., “adduction”). It is also one of the muscles that stabilized the head of the humerus bone within the shoulder joint. Source: “Coracobrachialis Muscle” https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Coracobrachialis_muscle

Flexor Pollicis Longus: is a muscle that is located in the hand and forearm, but flexes the thumb. This muscle is unique to us as human beings although other primates have a very basic version of this muscle, which I suppose opens up future possibilities for gene therapy and the entertainment industry. Perhaps a future version of the show “Happy Days” could cast one of our primate friends as “the Fonz.” Aaaaaayyyyyy!!! Source: “Flexor Pollicis Longus”

L-2 Vertebra: is one of the vertebra in the lumbar area of the spine. It connects via nerves to the appendix, abdomen, and upper leg areas of the body. Those having issue in this vertebra may have such symptoms as difficulty breathing, cramps or minor varicose veins. Source: “L-2”

T-2 Vertebra: is one of the vertebra in the thoracic area of the spine. It connects via nerves to the heart’s valves, coverings and arteries. Those having issues in this vertebra may have such symptoms as “functional heart conditions and chest conditions.” Source: “T-2”

Pelvic Diaphragm: also called the “pelvic floor” is made up of muscle fibers of other muscles, the Levator Ani and Coccygeus Muscle which run the length of the area beneath the pelvis. This area supports the pelvic organs, i.e., the intestines, bladder and uterus and also helps to maintain anal and urinary sphincters. These are the muscles that can be affected by pregnancy and cause long term incontinence. Within the Pelvic Diaphragm, there are three (3) openings, one of which is for the urethra, the vagina, and the anal canal/rectum. Source: “Pelvic Floor”

Fascia Lata: The trigger point for this muscle is active this week. This muscle sits deep within the thigh. It joins the the Gluteus Maximus, Sacrum, Coccyx, and Iliac Crest. It moves down the leg and covers the Adductor Muscles and reaches down to the knee connecting with the Biceps Femoris, Sartorious, and Quadriceps Femoris muscles. Source: “Fasciae Latae”

Flexor Hallucis: This muscle works with the Tibial Posterior Muscle and the Flexor Digitorum Longus Muscle to work muscles in the foot. These muscles flex the great toe and help to flex the foot at the ankle and to rotate the foot inward to, for example, look at the bottom of your show to see if you stepped in gum or to walk on the outside of your feet. While it works with the other 2 muscles to do the above functions, it is the only muscle which flexes the great toe and to help to supinate the ankle. Source: “Flexor Hallucis”

Flexor Digitorum Longus: is a muscle in the lower leg . This muscle serves to curl the second, third, fourth, and fifth toes. Source: “Flexor Digitorum Longus Muscle”

We have quite a list of nutrients and biochemicals this week:

Nutrients and other biochemicals being influenced this week:

Magnesium Citrate: is a combination of equal parts Magnesium with Citric Acid used medically as a type of saline laxative which serves to empty the bowels medical_furties-new-400x300before such surgeries as a colonoscopy. You may have heard of it because it is available on store counters, under names such as “Citromag” or “Citroma.” It is also sold as a dietary Magnesium supplement (said to used for preventing kidney stones) as as a food additive to regulate acidity in a food product.

Vitamin D-3 a/k/a Cholecalciferol: is one of 5 different types of Vitamin D. All of the Vitamin D forms are actually prehormones and can be made by the body although for most of us some sort of supplementation seems to be necessary in order to maintain optimum levels.

Vitamin D-3 goes through a process in the lier and kidneys which converts ir inti Calcitriol which interacts with a Vitamin D Receptor(s) to regulate the production of hundreds of enzymes. Vitamin D-3 is so important, it shows up in all of the cells of the body.

A 2008 study in the publication Cancer Research has shown that adding Vitamin D3 and Calcium to the diet of lab mice, fed a typical “Western diet” along with 1000 IU of Cholecalciferol a day actually arrested the development of colon cancer. In addition, deficiencies of Vitamin D-3 seem to correlate significantly with “higher rates of various cancers, multiple sclerosis, tuberculosis, heart disease, and diabetes….”

Source: “Cholecalciferol”: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cholecalciferol

Phosphatidylserine: is a fatty lipid that shows some promise for lowering the rate of dementia and elderly cognitive dysfunction, so much so that the FDA gave it “qualified health claim” status in 2003. Cabbage or soybeans are some of the sources for this biochemical. In the area of sports, Phosphatidylserine is used for performance enhancement lower the hormonal response (particularly Cortisol) to the stress of exercise, and diminish muscle damage in athletes (bicyclists, weight lifters, golfers and long-distance runners). It seems to be showing promise in reducing mental stress as well and enhancing mood. Source: “Phosphatidylserine”, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Phosphatidylserine

Asparagine: is a type of enzyme, one which the body can make on its own (i.e., non-essential), which is one of the enzymes used to break down proteins. It was first isolated in Asparagus, which gave it its name, but is also available in beef, poultry, and fish, dairy, whey, eggs, lactalbumin, potatoes, legumes, seeds, nuts, whole grains, and soy. Source: “Asparagine” https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Asparagine

Carnosine: is derived from the amino acids, Beta-alanine and Histidine, and thus is called a “dipeptide.” It is very concentrated in the tissues of our muscles and our brain. It has been discovered to be an antioxidant and has a most interesting additional quality of being both a positive and negative molecule, a zwitterion, a neutral molecule having a positive and a negative end. Carnosine, like Carnitine, which was discovered at about the same time by the same Russian chemist, Vladimir Gulevich, takes its name from the root word, “carn,” which means “flesh.” which was used because of the fact that there is so much of each of them in animal tissue.

Because it is also a so-called “antiglycating agent,” which means it lowers the rate of forming advanced glycation end-products or AGEs, it can slow the process of such diseases as atherosclerosis (lowering plaque build-up, for example), diabetes, Alzheimer’s, and chronic renal failure), and generally to slow down the aging process. Source: “Carnosine” https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carnosine

Carnitine: Carnitine:is a made from a combination of the amino acids, Lysine and Methionine. It is needed for transporting fatty acids from within the mitochondria of our bodies into a part of the cell which breaks down fats in order to generate energy for the body to use to take care of its necessary tasks. This function makes it quite popular as a nutritional supplement. It also seems to play a role in decreasing bone loss and increasing bone density, according to a 2008 study and shows promise to be used in the future as a supplement to address hyperthyroidism, heart attacks, heart failure, low sperm motility, narcolepsy, angina, and also diabetic neuropathy. Source: “Carnitine” https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carnitine

C-Reactive Protein: is a type of protein found in our blood that increases in number when inflammation occurs in the body. It effectively is one of the bodies ways to “screen” for inflammation and is used medically primarily for that purpose. More specifically, because so many diseases have been discovered to be associated with (or caused by) inflammation, then the progress of a disease, or effectiveness of the treatment regimens for them, can be detected by paying close attention to the rise and fall of C-Reactive Protein levels. Source: “C-Reactive Protein” https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/C-reactive_protein

Pathogens:

Human Herpes 6 a/k/a HHV-6: is one of the nine (9) herpes viruses that affect human beings. It tends to be found in people who have neuroinflammatory PathogenBlackboard-15864922_m-400x300diseases, like multiple sclerosis. It also causes a disease in children, called exanthema subitum a/k/a roseola infantum. Lastly, it can be present after a patient has received a transplant. It has been known to cause bone marrow suppression, pneumonitis, and encephalitis in such patients.Source: “Human Herpesvirus 6” https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Human_herpesvirus_6

Medicine:

Acetaminophen with codeine: is a narcotic used for mild to moderately-severe pain and some other conditions. As with other pain medications, it affect nervousMedicines-6422127_m-400x400 system and brain’s pain receptors to lower the perception of pain. Source: “Acetominophen/Codeine” http://www.drugs.com/cdi/acetaminophen-codeine.html

Acyclovir: is a drug use to slow down the growth and spread of herpes, not a cure. It is said however to treat infections caused by the virus, like “genital herpes, cold sores, shingles, and chicken pox.” Source: “Acyclovir” http://www.drugs.com/acyclovir.html

Buspirone: is a type of anti-anxiety medication affecting brain chemicals that may be balanced in people suffering from anxiety. Source: “Buspirone” http://www.drugs.com/buspirone.html

Toxin:

Radium: is an element, the sixth in the Periodic Table’s Group 2 of elements known as “alkaline earth metals.” It has an atomic number of 88. Radium isotopes, PoisonSign-4514105_m-400x400uses in nuclear reactions are highly radioactive with long half-lives. Today, it is used in so-called “nuclear medicine” but nothing else in light of its radioactivity. Source: “Radium” https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Radium

Nitroglycerin: is a liquid that is oily, colorless, heavy and quite explosive. It is an organic nitrate compound that was invented in 1847 and was used early on mostly to serve as the main ingredient in dynamite, which was used extensively in mining, construction, and demolition. Years later and since the 1880s, Nitroglycerin began to be used in the military as a weapons big and small, from cannons to pistols.

In addition, Nitroglycerin has been used medically since the 1880s for the purpose of dilating blood vessels and treat heart conditions, like chronic heart failure, and angina pectoris. I imagine the first test subjects for this type of therapy were quite nervous. Nitroglycerin also seems to have potential also for addressing prostate cancer. Source: “Nitroglycerin” https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/N

And now, without further ado, here is the sixth installment of our weekly “Mini-lesson”

Mini-lesson in BioAcoustic Biology and Soundhealth:

This new section seeks to introduce our readers to different terms and concepts in this exciting field of integrative/alternative medicine. We continue with additional definitions from the book Vocal Profiling for the Professional: An Illustrated Reference Guide, by Sharry Edwards, 2002, pp. 50-51:

Today, I will be further discussing the Note Correlate Chart first shown last week, but first we will look at our basic definitions:

Note Correlate Chart: A series of 12 notes (C, C#, D…) annotated with physical and emotional correlations that were constructed from the foundational principles of Signature Sound techniques and technologies.

Plank’s Constant: refers to Max Plank who was the first to make a connection between the energy of a particle and the frequency of the associated wave: E (energy) = H (Plank’s constant) x F (frequency).

Oto-Acoustic Emission: a sound emission from the inner ear; understood as an epiphenomenon of the active cochlear amplification process. This emission can be conceptualized as the result of the communication between your brain and your body. These communications, which are constant, have to do with determining how and where to distribute energy and other resources in order to most efficiently address all of the body’s needs.

As you may recall, the Note Correlate Chart is used by every BioAcoustic Soundhealth Practitioner and shows how your physical and emotional health interacts with the notes on the musical scale. Since the world is full of frequency, we are affected by the frequencies around us. Here is the Note Correlate Chart again:

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We talked last week about the potential of having your personality change if you were to change such things as your lifestyle and your nutrition. We are not talking about physical changes such as changing a dress size or getting ripped for the Summer.  We are talking about something more fundamental.

We all have personality aspects that bug us or bug other people. Some people get away with being called “eccentric” and are either lauded or ostracized by those around us. Some of those individuals become innovators and the perception of “normal” expands to embrace them. Robin Williams and David Bowie are male examples of this (individuals regrettably no longer with us), but there are ample examples from both sexes to demonstrate that the envelope of normalcy is continually expanding.

The advent of so-called indigo children decades ago broke the mold of what was considered normal, for example in the 1950’s and there is no end in sight to the changes. These changes while scary to some and for all of us, sometimes. These times can be compared to surfing. Like surfing on a surf board, you just have to go with the flow during these changing time, or risk getting lost or torn up in the rapids.

On the bright side, there has been a burst of creativity and freedom in the recent decases the likes of which we have arguably not seen in centuries.

The traditional perspective toward our mentality has nonetheless been to force each one of us into particular manners of conduct, based upon what the best therapeutic minds of the day had theretofore agreed upon. If some of us did not fit into their categories, we could be considered abnormal, sent to an institution, or at a minimum told that we were in need of therapy and medication. Behavioral therapy is geared toward changing the way in which you behave in order to conform to pre-established norms of the time, as detailed a book called the DSM V.

Those with homosexual tendencies have been told in the past that they just need to stop their behavior and to find ways to coexist with the general populace and conform to heterosexual behaviors (at least to the outside world). Other individuals who were hearing voices were presumed to have something wrong with them and there was no openness to the possibility that they were psychic or had some other connection to the spiritual world.

Medications imposed upon these and other individuals had their own share of side effects. If they got depressed about it, then they could be prescribed such things as Prozac and other medications which have been found to foster suicidal and homicidal tendencies. Source: “The connection between violence, suicide, homicide, and antidepressants” http://www.encognitive.com/node/886

And as counterproductive and potentially harmful as the current protocols are, they are arguably not as bad as the pathological practices of lobotomies and shock treatment of only several decades ago.

So, not only is it big news that your emotional  body can be changed with nutritional and lifestyle changes, it is also newsworthy that your emotional challenges might be meliorated by understanding your body as a frequency-based entity that has the potential to self-heal, too, and that you may be able to live without drugs or deprivation in order to achieve peace, happiness and harmony in your life.

None of this should be taken to mean that we are trying to change who you are, far from it. We merely wish to provide you with information in order to empower you to find not only your own physical balance, but your own emotional balance, too. By acknowledging that we are affected by our frequency-based universe on the macro and micro level is, indeed, empowering.

Instinctively, this should feel right to you. How often have you had a bad day and needed to decompress from it, rest, take a shower, take a walk, or blow off steam with friends? The way you felt during that day, the way in which you approached the challenges, and the way in which you found your equilibrium  all have to do with the frequencies around you. How cool it is that you may be able to use this knowledge to cope with the ups and downs in your life?

Of course, anyone who is taking medications for clinical diagnoses should stay on any prescribed medications and follow their doctor’s orders. This information is merely meant to empower our readers to utilize the BioAcoustic Biology and Soundhealth to see how they can make incremental changes over time which can enable them to stand on their own and face the world with confidence.

Since we are talking on this subject, many of  you may find an upcoming BioAcoustic Soundhealth even to be of interest. On February 11th to 12th, 2016, from 10:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M. CST, there will be a free workshop, entitled “Matters of the Heart.” Pre-registration is required for this workshop which will grapple with such questions as “Why does love sometimes go wrong?” or “What kind of partner will I be?” or “With what kind of person am I compatible?” The workshop will include public versions of BioAcoustic Soundhealth software, such as nanoVoice, Nutrition Profiler, Muscles, and Compatibility Compass. The Compatibility Compass software “evaluates potential similarities, parallels and differences of persons expecting to engage in social interaction.” So, please join us for this special workshop. For more information, go to http://goo.gl/uh4dBB or call the office at 740-698-9119.

In the comments section, please share any questions that you may have about our new look and new section “Mini-lesson” section and, as always, if you have any questions about a particular health condition or wish to make an appointment to see a soundhealth practitioner, you can reach us at (740) 698-9119.

Disclaimer: These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. They are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. Sound Health and Beauty, Human BioAcoustic Biology, Sonistry and Vocal Profiling are intended to benefit normal structure and function and are not prescribed as treatment for medical or psychological conditions, nor for diagnosis, care, treatment or rehabilitation of individuals, nor to apply medical, mental health or human development principles. All issues are expressed in terms of frequency equivalents. The Institute of BioAcoustic Biology and RoMaYa Sound Health and Beauty recommend that individuals, seeking to be evaluated bioacoustically, make arrangements to meet in-person with a Soundhealth practitioner. And the Institute has certain programs available for free [See www.soundhealthoptions.com]. Nonetheless, in the interest of time, convenience or logistics, some individuals may wish to receive a remote vocal profiling report from a Soundhealth Practitioner. Any such report remotely processed and sent by the Institute of BioAcoustic Biology or any of its practitioners shall be considered for entertainment purposes only.

 

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Robert O’Leary, JD BARA, has had an abiding interest in alternative health products & modalities since the early 1970’s & he has seen how they have made people go from lacking health to vibrant health. He became an attorney, singer-songwriter, martial artist & father along the way and brings that experience to his practice as a BioAcoustic Soundhealth Practitioner, under the tutelage of the award-winning founder of BioAcoustic Biology, Sharry Edwards, whose Institute of BioAcoustic Biology has now been serving clients for 30 years with a non-invasive & safe integrative modality that supports the body’s ability to self-heal using the power of the human voice. Robert brings this modality to serve clients in Greater Springfield (MA), New England & “virtually” the world, with his website. He can also be reached at romayasoundhealthandbeauty.

 

 

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