How are Universal Frequencies Affecting You this Week (July 17-23, 2016)?

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

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Please check out the latest Mini-lesson, just after the latest BioAcoustic Keynote, in which we continue to discuss our relationship with food, from a BioAcoustic Soundhealth perspective. Thanks

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 D# and the color OrangeYellow, but at the end of the week, we enter the note E and the color, Yellow. This means that we are bridging the gap between the second and third part of the color cycle (remember “R-O-Y-G-B-I-V). Astrologically, we are still in the Sign of Cancer, but will begin moving into the Sign of Leo at the end of the week.. 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 only a few muscles affected by the universal frequencies – and most of them are in the upper body. Any one of these muscles could benefit from a little extra TLC this week. Here is our list proceeding from head to toe:

Muscles that are being affected this week:

Rectus Inferior: The Rectus inferior is a part of the orbital muscles of the eye.  It helps HumanAnatomy-man--346x346rotate the eye laterally.

Rhomboid Major: is a small muscle in your upper back which connects the vertebrae of the spine with the scapula. This and the Rhomboid Mainor muscle act to keep the scapula against the thoracic wall  and retract the scapula any time the trapezius is contracted and acts at times in opposition to the trapezius muscle. Source: “Rhomboid”

Pectoralis Major:  is your major and largest chest muscle.

T-5 Vertebrae: this part of the spine connects with the liver and solar plexus, and our blood circulation. If you have issues with this vertebra, you may end up suffering from such symptoms as fever, blood pressure problems, poor circulation, arthritis, and liver conditions. Source: “Spine Chart”

Flexor Pollicis Longus: is a muscle located in the lower part of the arm and upper hand, ending at the thumb, and is unique to our species. It serves the function of flexing our thumb.  It sets between 2 other thumb muscle the Flexor Pollicis Brevis and Abductor Pollicis, which also move and flex the thumb. Source: “Flexor Pollicis Longus”

Gastrocnemius: one of your calf muscles. It is a primary muscle used when you run, jump or make any quick movements of the leg.  Also, it is a secondary muscle used for walking and standing. Source: “Gastrocnemius Muscle”

A lot of important biochemicals are in our next list:

Vitamins and other biochemicals that are being influenced this week:

Vitamin D-3 a/k/a Cholecalciferol: is a form of Vitamin D, one (1) of five forms. It is medical_furties-new-400x300not really a vitamin at all. Instead, it is molecule similar to a so-called steroid molecule, or secosteroid. In theory, this could be considered a vitamin, too, except for one thing which takes it out of that definition: it is made by the body whereas vitamins by definition are not made by the body.  So, vitamins must be gotten from outside sources – some would say ingested, but check out our mini-lesson (#15)  below to see how “ingestion” of a vitamin is, bioacoustically-speaking, not necessary.

So, cholecalciferol is made and functions in the body as what is called a prehormone. As a prehormone, Vitamin D doesn’t do much on its own. It becomes active when it is chemically converted, through a process called hydroxylation, in the kidneys and liver, into other substances, called calcitriol and a nuclear receptor. The first works with our vitamin D receptors and the second helps to regulate the manufacture of 100’s of enzymes all over the body.

Many people are said to be deficient in cholecalciferol/Vitamin D3. It can reportedly have numerous benefits for the body, one study in 2008 on mice even showing that supplementation with 1000 IU’s, along with calcium, prevented colon cancer development. Low blood serum levels of this biochemical have also been linked to a higher incidence of heart disease, multiple sclerosis, many different types of cancer, tuberculosis, and diabetes. Source: “Cholecalciferol”

Calcium: is a chemical element, with a symbol of Ca and atomic number of 20. It is a soft gray colored type of metal, being the 1/5  most abundant metal in the Earth’s crust.

An ion of calcium, designated as Ca2+ is also the fifth-most-abundant dissolved ion in seawater, sulfate, sodium, chloride and magnesium being the only more abundant such ions. In what could be a termed a “fun fact,” calcium is believed by scientists to have been produced in one or more supernovas before coming to Earth.

Calcium is considered an essential biochemical for most living organisms. Its importance is mostly seen in cellular function in which the calcium ion’s movement into and out of the cell’s cytoplasm functions as a signal for many cellular processes to take place. Not only is calcium abundant in the world, it is also the most abundant metal in animals, due to its use as a primary  material used in the mineralization bone, teeth, and shells. The Institute of BioAcoustic Biology and Soundhealth sees calcium as “the foreman of the body” when it comes to healing injuries. It is biochemically called by the body on to the scene of an injury and finds ways to facilitate and orchestrate the healing process. For this reason, it is a good idea to ensure adequate intake of calcium as well as its co-nutrients in order to ensure proper healing.

Calcium is not found in its elemental state in nature. Rather, it is found in minerals, such as dolomite, gypsum, calcite and various rock formations (igneous, metamorphic, and sedimentary),

Because calcium is so “friendly” as an element, it ends up having great utility for many industrial, nutritional, and other applications. Calcium metal is used as a deoxidizer, decarbonizer and a desulfurizer, to contribute to the production of some iron-based and non-iron-based alloys. Industries which produce iron and steel utilize calcium for its reactive qualities with oxygen and sulfur. The following is a list of calcium compound uses:

Nutritionally, calcium is very important and the following are the current levels for recommended adequate intake for calcium:
AgeCalcium (mg/day)
0–6 months200
7–12 months260
1–3 years700
4–8 years1000
9–18 years1300
19–50 years1000
51–70 years (male)1000
51–70 years (female)1200
71+ years1200

Calcium is an important and necessary for good health. The National Osteoporosis Foundation declares the following about calcium: “Calcium plays an important role in building stronger, denser bones early in life and keeping bones strong and healthy later in life.” Not only is it crucial for bones and teeth, it also plays a role in neurotransmitter release, muscle contraction, heart function, blood clotting, and prevention of rickets.

Vitamin D and other nutrients are necessary for the body to be able to use calcium

Calcium can be obtained from milk and cheese, as well as kelp, wakame, seaweed, hijiki, seeds and nuts (like hazelnuts, sesame, pistachio, and almonds), molasses, beans, figs, broccoli, kale, okra, quinoa, figs, rutabaga, dandelion leaves, spinach, rhubard, chard, egg shells, and fortified versions of orange juice, tofu, soy milk, breakfast cereals and breads. Source: “Calcium”

5-Hydroxyeicosatetraenoic acid a/k/a 5-HETE: is a metabolite of arachidonic acid and is created by a wide variety of cell types in mammals. It and some other similar biochemicals function like hormones by signaling the body to begin certain biochemical processes within the body. In particular, they can increase or diminish such body responses as inflammation and allergy.

It has also been implicated in the growth of cancer cells, particularly prostate, lung, breast, ovary, and pancreas cancers. The Institute of BioAcoustic Biology and Soundhealth has found, in its research, which 5-HETE and calcium are nearly the same FE™ and so it is no surprise that the receptors in the body which accept calcium also accept 5-HETE. Because of this, a deficiency in calcium effectively allows 5-HETE to act opportunistically by connecting to receptors in the body and contribute to the production of cancer in the body. If calcium the later becomes available, it may not have a place to “dock” in the body and may be flushed out of the body, unable to fulfill its foreman and cell signaling roles.

This phenomenon therefore represents another reason for ingesting sufficient amounts of calcium and its co-nutrients.  Perhaps, the development of cancer, after a physical injury, may have to do with the opportunistic nature of 5-HETE when calcium inadequate calcium is present in the body as the time of an injury. Source: “5-Hydroxyeicosatetraenoic Acid”

Some articles have spoken to the possibility that a physical injury may precipitate the discovery of one or more types of cancer. However, each article to varying degrees dismisses this notion as coincidental and that the cancer must have already been developing for other reasons prior to the medical detection of cancer. Source: “Risk factors and causes of primary bone cancer”  and Source: “The Truth About Cancer Screening“  What if further research were to look at how a particular injury in a controlled environment with induced calcium insufficiency or deficiency might yield a resulting cancer malignancy. In the meantime, it is very simple to ensure that you don’t have such a deficiency and thereby possibly support your body’s innate ability to avoid developing cancer.

Phosphatidylserine: is a part of the wall, or membrane, of our cells called a phospholipid. It plays a crucial role in cell cycle signaling and also helps in would healing. It has also been cleared by the FDA to be able to make a “qualified health claim” that it can lower the risk of cognitive dysfunction and dementia in the elderly. While this biochemical can be derived from cow brains, it is now most often derived from soybeans or cabbage.

Phosphatidylserine has also been seen as beneficial to exercisers and athletes, by reducing muscular damage, endocrine response to stress from exercise and improving performance. So, supplementing with phosphatidylserine can foster a hormonal balance for athletes to lower the muscular breakdown from overtraining or even overstretching. Also, it has been shown to enhance young people’s moods during times of mental stress and even to make golfers tee-offs more accurate. Source: “Phosphatidylserine”

Leucine: is a biochemical that assists the amino acids Isoleucine and Valine to do such things as repair our muscles, regulate our blood sugar, give our body energy, increase growth hormone production, and to help burn up our deepest layers of fat (known as “visceral fat”). These particular fats are the pesky kind that are the most difficult to get rid of and which don’t seem to respond well to regular diets and exercise.

In their role as muscle repairers, Leucine, Isoleucine, and Valine jump into action after you exercise to begin to help your muscles recover and repair. Leucine in particular retards muscle loss by breaking down and converting the glucose in our system more quickly than its counterparts, Isoleucine and Valine. This additional influx of glucose prevents the body from eating up muscle during very heavy workouts. In short, it uses the glucose instead of the muscle to get its energy.

This activity seems to be why athletes use Leucine. However, it is not just useful for them; those who have had a traumatic injury or surgery also benefit from it as it also promotes bone and skin, as well as muscle, healing.

It is role as a regulator of blood sugar, it does so by being able to be converted easily into glucose. In fact, Leucine deficiency symptoms have a striking resemblance to low blood sugar, such as dizziness, fatigue, depression, headaches, irritability and confusion.

For those who are seeking to add more Leucine to their diet, you will find it in meats, nuts, soy and wheat, as well as brown rice and beans. It is important to look to outside sources to get Leucine because it is not manufactured in our bodies.

This means that those who do a lot of exercise and those on a low protein diet need to supplement this amino acid. It should be taken along with its counterparts, Isoleucine and Valine. Experts say that you should shoot for a 2-2-1 ratio for Leucine, Valine, and Isoleucine. This means, for example, that if you take in 2 mgs. of Leucine you should take 2 mgs. of Valine and 1 mg. of Isoleucine. Source: “Leucine”

Vasopressin a/k/a Arginine Vasopressin a/k/a Antidiuretic Hormone: is a type of hormone found in most mammals. This is a hormone primarily tasked with helping the body to retain water and to constrict the blood vessels and thus to regulate blood pressure. Its first function is made possible by signaling the kidney’s collecting ducts to reabsorb water from diluted urine.

Most of this hormone is stored in the Pituitary Gland. Some it gets released into the brain and it is beginning to be believed that it has a role in sexual motivation, social behavior, maternal response to stress, and pair bonding. Source: “Vasopressin”

Barium: is a chemical element with a symbol of Ba and an atomic number of 56. It is a soft and silvery metallic, alkaline earth metal. It is a very reactive chemical, meaning that it can readily form into compounds with many other things in the environment. This means that it is normally not found by itself in the environment, but rather part of a compound.

Barium does not have many industrial uses. It has been used in vacuum tubes, as a component of certain superconductors, electroceramics, and in steel and cast iron production, in X-rays, and even as a rat killer. Certain compounds of barium are also added to fireworks to give them a green color. Source: “Bromine”

Myostatin a/k/a  growth differentiation factor 8, abbreviated GDF-8: is a type of protein, a myokine made in muscle cells, which actually acts upon muscles cells to reduce the growth of muscle cells.

In lab experiments, it has been found that animals which have low, or no, amounts of this biochemical tend to possess greater muscle mass than those without it.  They also seem to be stronger than a typical equivalent animal. Muscle wasting diseases, like muscular dystrophy, therefore, may benefit from a therapy which could block the activity of myostatin. Source: “Myostatin”

Bradykinin: is a peptide which makes blood vessels dilate (i.e., enlarge) and this lowers your blood pressure. Certain drugs, called ACE inhibitors, are meant to lower blood pressure and increase  the amount of bradykinin in the body, thus further lowering blood pressure. This substance functions to enlarge blood vessels by releasing other chemicals, prostacyclin, nitric oxide, and Endothelium-Derived Hyperpolarizing Factor.

Medicines affected this week:


Last week, the hormone progesterone was in our list. This week, we have a synthetic version of progesterone, as follows:

Provera a/k/a medroxyprogesterone acetate a/k/a 17α-hydroxy-6α-methylprogesterone acetate, and abbreviated as MPA: is a non-natural variation on the steroid hormone, progesterone. It is used as pregnancy prevention treatment, or contraceptive, in hormone replacement therapy, to treat endometriosis, et al. Its contraceptive effect is to prevent ovulation. In terms of hormone replacement, MPA has been prescribed for male to female transgendered individuals as a hormone replacement therapy.

Oddly enough, this drug is also sometimes used in males,  when they have been found to have engaged in inappropriate sexual behavior, particularly for some convicted sex offenders. In this sense , it is considered a type of “chemical castration.” Source: “Medroxyprogesterone acetate”

Buspirone a/k/a Buspar: Buspirone is a type of psychotropic drug and is primarily used for treatment of generalized anxiety disorder. This one is different from most drugs of this kind (i.e., benzodiazepines or barbiturates), this drug does not carry a risk of dependence and concomitant withdrawal symptoms when ceasing their usage.

Buspirone was discovered and identified in 1972 and patented in 1975, by a team at Mead Johnson. Bristol Myers Squibb is the company that got FDA approval for treating the condition known as GAD. That coverage expired fifteen (15) years later, in 2001, after which it became a generic drug.  Source: “Buspirone”

Toxins which are active this week:

Influenza A and B Flu Shot: The typical flu shot will be influenced this week and, if PoisonSign-4514105_m-400x400you have received the flu shot, and are sensitive to its effects, it may affect you even more this week. Anyone interested in knowing more about how flu shots and the flu viruses affect you should check out our “Countervailing the Season” Software, which is published each year. Just call the office at (740) 698-9119 to inquire about when our next public class will take place.

Ecstasy a/k/a  MDMA a/k/a  Methylenedioxymethamphetamine: is a type of psychoactive drug, which is illegal in most countries. It is available in pill form or powder form, known as “Molly” in America and “Mandy” in the United Kingdom, which provides the user a euphoric effect, greater sociability, increased empathy and closeness with others, a sense of inner peace, mild hallucinations, and heightened sensation, perception, and sexuality.

While illegal in most of the world, in 2013 alone, 9 to 28 million people used it recreationally, often in dance parties (often called “raves”) or house parties, where the lighting and music are considered as working with the drugs to increase the effect of the drug experience. It tends to lower inhibitions and stimulate the user. Its popularity puts ecstasy on a par with such drugs as cocaine and opioids. Sometimes, ecstasy is taken along with  such drugs as LSK or certain mushrooms. It is also used with menthol products, like Vicks VapoRub, NyQuil, lozenges, or menthol cigarettes. Source: “MDMA”

A few pathogens are active this week, as shown in our next section.

Pathogens that are active this week:

Human Papilloma Virus: One of the Human Papilloma Viruses is in play this week, PathogenBlackboard-15864922_m-400x300those being HPV 48.

Candida: is a genus of yeasts and happens to be the most common basis of fungal infections in the world. Candida tends to reside inside of many organisms and typically do not cause any harm. In mammals, they live in our gut and make up the so-called gut flora.

Candida is present in small amounts on our skin, in our mucous membranes in our gastrointestinal and respiratory tracts as well as in the female genital tract.

When candida becomes a problem is when our immune system is malfunctioning or at a low ebb or when they pass through the body’s protective musosal barriers. Those with diabetes and HIV tend to be more susceptible, as well.

When this happens, Candida can proliferate and cause infection or disease. Candida albicans is the type of candida we hear the most about because it creates yeast infections (in women) thrush (a/k/a candidasis) and other issues in human beings. Lesser known is that candida has the potential to spoil wines in winemaking. With some proliferations of candida, about 90,000 individuals in the US can suffer from a systemic infection in the major organs or blood stream. This condition is called candidemia.

Overuse of antibiotics can kill off unbeneficial organisms and helpful organisms called probiotics. This can cause candida albicans for example to proliferate and cause some of the above conditions to occur. This is why you may hear your allopathic or holistic provider suggest that you take a probiotic supplement when you are taking an antibiotic for an infection. Source: “Candida”

Human Rhinovirus 1B: This is one type of Human Rhinovirus. has this to say about Rhinovirus:

Rhinoviruses (from the Greek (gen.) “nose”) are the most common viral infectious agents in humans and are the predominant cause of the common cold. Rhinovirus infection proliferates in temperatures between 33–35 °C (91–95 °F), the temperatures found in the nose… There are two modes of transmission: via aerosols of respiratory droplets and from fomites (contaminated surfaces), including direct person-to-person contact.

Human rhinoviruses occur worldwide and are the primary cause of common colds. Symptoms include sore throat, runny nose, nasal congestion, sneezing and cough; sometimes accompanied by muscle aches, fatigue, malaise, headache, muscle weakness, or loss of appetite. Fever and extreme exhaustion are more usual in influenza. Children may have six to twelve colds a year. In the United States, the incidence of colds is higher in the autumn and winter, with most infections occurring between September and April. The seasonality may be due to the start of the school year[citation needed] and to people spending more time indoors (thus in proximity with each other)[citation needed], thereby increasing the chance of transmission of the virus. Lower ambient, especially outdoor, temperatures may also be factor [1] given that rhinoviruses preferentially replicate at 32°C (89°F) as opposed to 37°C (98°F). Those most affected by the rhinovirus are infants, elderly and immunocompromised people. Source: “Rhinovirus”

As always if you have any questions, please call the Institute of BioAcoustic Biology and Soundhealth at (740) 698-9119.

And now, without further ado, here is the 15th Mini-Lesson:

Mini-Lesson in BioAcoustic Biology and Soundhealth:

This section seeks to introduce our readers to different terms and concepts in this exciting field of integrative/alternative medicine. This week, we are bringing you the third part in a several part series, looking at BioAcoustic Soundhealth and nutrition. We will be including, in this group of mini-lessons, a discussion of our Nanovoice, Nutrition Profiler, Muscles, and Abacus softwares.

Before we begin, let’s look at some of our basic definitions to help give us some background information with which to better understand today’s mini-lesson. These definitions are taken from the book Vocal Profiling for the Professional: An Illustrated Reference Guide, by Sharry Edwards, 2002, at pp. 43, 47, and 51. 55, 59:

Abacus: A proprietary computer program developed to replace the Yonda [Fast Fourier Transfer] FFT ([user] Unfriendly) program. Designed to semi-automatically “pull points” from a frequency domain vocal chart. Additional functions include templating of nutrients and muscles plus specific frequency/frequencies and octave reference.

Frequency Equivalent (TM): A numeric value assigned to a biochemical, pathogen, genome, vitamin, amino acid, fatty acid, hormone, mineral, herb, nerve, tendon, ligament, or enzyme. A term coined by Sharry Edwards.

Vocal Profiling: An individual, computerized frequency analysis of a vocal print used to assist  in the management of health and wellness. Includes structural, biochemical processing, emotional and genetic information.

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).

A BioAcoustic Soundhealth Look at Food – Part 3

Last week, I shared the story of Hira Ratan Manek, a second individual who has survived without a basic necessity of life, something considered universally as a sine qua non of existence: food. If you missed that article, please check out last week’s article, “How Are Universal Frequencies Affecting You this Week (July 10-16, 2016)?” at the following link:

In swearing off of food for well more than a decade, this individual is  running against the grain of a fundamental part of our innate biological imperative. And yet, the feature article about him mentions that sun-gazing is an ancient tradition, one which – as of the date of the article’s publishing –had thousands of devotees/practitioners around the world.

Does food give us energy, or does energy give us food?

So, let’s discuss this phenomenon more in-depth and allow me to share with you some BioAcoustic Soundhealth perspectives about why Mr. Jani and Manek have been able to do the seemingly impossible.  It is easy to think of food as matter as opposed to energy. Certainly, we hear how important it is not to skip breakfast lest we lack energy to get through the school day or work day. One candy company has had television commercials, airing for years, which tout one of their particular candy bars as providing energy; stating that it is capable of “satisfying you” or that “you’re not yourself” without one of these bars.

There is also an entire market of so-called “energy bars” which claim to help you to remain more active, nutritional and protein drinks are available to provide you with energy and adequate protein for toning or building your body’s musculature. Moreover, energy drinks are available with caffeine and other excitatory or stimulating ingredients which are marketed in order to give you energy with which to do your studies, do your work, or stay awake on the road.

Some critics of these drinks rightly express concerns that our society may be subjecting  itself, and particularly its children, to an overstimulation which may be bad for our collective health. It is not unreasonable, in my view, to state that these drinks easily fall into a gray area between being a refreshing drink and being a drug, albeit one which is legal (so far). This line is further blurred by the fact that a popular ADHD Drug, Adderall (contained in our BioAcoustic Keynote last week), and Ecstasy (which is contained in our BioAcoustic Keynote this week) are chemically very similar to amphetamines, an illegal stimulatory drug. All 3 therefor stimulate the central nervous system and have potentially harmful side effects. Methamphetamine is illegal on the street, but legal as an ADHD and narcolepsy medication, and illegal, yet somehow reportedly has been slipped into countless rave and other clubs all over the world.

So what’s the matter?

Whether legal or illegal, the marketing focus, of all of the above products, seems  to have to do with matter creating energy – if you take this substance, you will have a desired effect. While it may be a subtle difference, I suggest that we talk not about the energy that the matter gives us, but rather that the matter is energy and that there are various ways in which we can bring it into our energy field and resonate with it for the desired effect.

Here is why this is important and why it will help us to better understand why Mr. Prani and Manek have been able to accomplish a state of being and relationship with nature that allows them to find alternative methods of nourishment whereby they can survive and thrive without food and/or water.

A BioAcoustic Soundhealth perspective on energy and nutrition

The field of BioAcoustic Biology has found that there are what its founder Sharry Edwards terms Frequency Equivalents ™ for everything in our bodies, from muscles to genes and everywhere in between… as well as for each of the things that come into our bodies…vitamins, minerals, medicines, toxins, and pathogens.

Each of the biochemicals, which comes into our bodies, has an impact upon the body. If you have too little Vitamin B3 (Niacin) in your body one day, eating a food or taking a supplement with that nutrient within it will come into the body and raise the Frequency Equivalent of that nutrient. A BioAcoustic Soundhealth Practitioner, upon doing a vocal profiling session, can determine if that amount of Vitamin B3, you have just taken, is bioacoustically sufficient for your body’s needs. If it is, your body should be able to take care of all of the tasks for which that vitamin is useful and necessary.

However, I will demonstrate why Vitamin B3 should not be looked at as matter so much as it should be seen as energy. The Institute of BioAcoustic Biology and Soundhealth has found, through its research that you do not need to ingest nor imbibe Vitamin B3 in order to receive its energetic benefits. If you know that you are low in this vitamin, you may choose to venture into a vitamin store and pick up a bottle of Vitamin B3, walk around the store while you look at other items, and in the process absorb energy from what is within the bottle.

Why you don’t need to see energy to know that it works (or is doing work)

How can it be that we can pull out the energy of a vitamin and use it in our bodies without putting it in our mouths? Well, when we view this vitamin as energy it does not require that we ingest and digest it. Let’s consider this:

Just as you can go outside and receive sunlight, and receive its energy…;

just as you can receive the breeze on your skin and receive its energy…;

Just as you can be at a music concert and open your arms and receive the music’s energy…; and,

yes, just as you can walk into a room and receive the energy of good “vibes” or bad “vibes” …(we’ve all been there, haven’t we),

you are receiving energy without eating or drinking anything.

These are perhaps mundane examples, but to be sure all of these have potentially destructive force. Sunlight is warm and enriching, but can also burn and degrade what it touches;  wind can feel nice on your skin, but can tear up a town and kill its residents when it is strong; sound can be soothing or energizing, but it can shatter ear drums and destroy physical objects when it is too strong; and these are just some examples.

Energy can be used to provide glimpses in to the body and other things, as well. X-Rays, ultrasound and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) are ways in which energy allows us allows us to see into the human body.

Then there are quantum scientific discoveries which have been made which have shown that such alternative therapies as reiki, Richard Gordon’s Quantum Touch ™, and Donna Eden’s energy medicine, among others, all show that physical, physiological, and behavioral changes can be wrought without touching a person at all, or with a light touch. Martial Arts, of which I am a practitioner, shows us the power of chi, also known as qi. Advanced practitioners can stand 20 men and women, in a line front to back, and hit the front person with a hatha or other palm technique and cause the person at the back of the line to be thrown back off of his or her feet. Bruce Lee demonstrated this approximately 5 decades ago, as well. I have also witnessed martial arts practitioners capable of pulling chi out of an opponent’s body. While the transfers of energy have not been able to be seen, it does not mean that they do not exist. The results stand as a testament to “something” having just happened.

Nonetheless, the human being  tends to be a “show me” kind of creature and his/her figurative realm of possibility is limited by what s/he sees. What we thought of our world, and our potential to understand,  and control it, was different in 2,000 B.C., 1 A.D., 1,000 A.D., and today. To be sure, in the last 100 years, we have had far more than incremental  expansions of this realm, one could even reasonably call them exponential in nature.

100 years ago, we did not have the above ways to energetically look into the body. Nor did we have sonar, lasers, microwave ovens, infrared methods of cooking, HAARP arrays, etc. What more could be possible within the next 100 years?

How to include BioAcoustic Soundhealth in your “realm of possibilities” so you can better understand your relationship with food

So, to suggest that we do not need to ingest a vitamin in order to use it may seem far-fetched or at the very least the stuff of science fiction. Yet, given what we have discovered and achieved within our history, we would do well to give the benefit of the doubt to such suggestions. Besides, Sharry Edwards and the Institute of BioAcoustic Biology and Soundhealth have ways of showing this to be true based upon their ongoing research. She has been able to show that, when she provided a research test subject with the FE™ of Vitamin B3, she was able to create the so-called “niacin flush” (a type of prickly heat) which has been detected by others in research subjects with an overabundance of ingested Vitamin B3 in supplement form. You can also do your own experiments to see how you can seek to address any nutritional deficiencies that you may have.

The Institute of BioAcoustic Biology and Soundhealth has a free computer software, called Nanovoice, which can be used to determine if you may be bioacousticlly deficient in the note associated with Vitamin B3 (which I will tell you is the Note of B). If you show low in the Note of B, and then you take a good Vitamin B3 source of that nutrient, in food, in a supplement, or by holding it in your hand, do another voice print with the Nanovoice software afterward and see if your reading in the area of the Note of B have gone up.

You can also try playing the Note of B on an instrument, a pitch pipe, or even listen to the music of a musical artist who is playing in the Key of B. Once you have tried this experiment, try it with some other nutrients, too, like Vitamin B12 or Vitamin D3, for examples, and then let us know what you find.

I will give you one caveat, however. There are so many FE’s in the Math Matrix ™ , with more being discovered each year, you may find that you could be low in several different areas … in a muscle, a vitamin, a mineral, a hormone, a gene, et al. So, keep this in mind when you are analyzing yourself in Nanovoice, because there may be a number of factors driving down the energy in your Note of B. If you are interested in seeing some of the biochemicals, muscles, hormones, etc., which are found in each musical note, you can contact the institute and ask how you can purchase a set of BioAcoustic Sono Cards.

If you take your analysis a step further and can get a public version of the Institute’s Abacus as well as either the program, Nutrition Profiler or Muscles, you will have an opportunity to record your voice and determine specifically if you are low in a nutrient, like Vitamin B3. Simply call the Institute of BioAcoustic Biology and Soundhealth at (740) 698-9119 to see how you can receive the above programs. And don’t forget to check out our BioAcoustic Keynote column next week for our next mini-lesson, which will contain another exciting installment in our analysis of food and BioAcoustic Soundhealth. I am looking forward to it and hope that you are, too.

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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@gmail.



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