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From: Pete Bengry
Pete Bengry

Being In Beauty

Pete Bengry has been playing percussion for over 40 years. His passion for rhythm began at the age of five years and has remained with him his entire life. Being an explorer of rhythmic sounds from such a young age has enabled him to

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The Potential of Math as Medicine



The Potential of Math as Medicine
Does the Proof Exist? Are we Merely Sophisticated, Self-Programming Robots?
Breaking the Sound Barriers of Disease
Math Based Life Forms


Is Frequency,as sound, light, vibration, aroma… the basis of our Universe? We measure it,study it, quantify it and use it to understand ourselves, our environment, our biochemistry and our behaviors. But what if frequency, defined by math, actually dictates and maintains our origins?
What if Math,used to explain the basis of everything, is more than synthetic equations? What if math is organic? If so, could we be considered math-based lifeforms? If we break the codes of our existence, could that information be used to provide optimal form and function for our planet and all of its inhabitants?
In order to provide predictability and safety, the concepts of math and medicine often act conjointly to quantify, define and model medical practice. Studies conducted by the non-profit Institute of BioAcou

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Assemblage Point Sounds

Free Sounds for balancing the Assemblage Point

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From: Lyz Cooper
Lyz Cooper

Project GlobalSound Partners with Peace One Day

A project to unite the world in therapeutic sound and music

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Perfect Pitch

Article discussing how perfect pitch can function

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BioAcoustically Speaking: Analysis of What High Definition Television Frequencies May Be Doing to Your Brain



BioAcoustically Speaking:
Analysis of What High Definition Television Frequencies May Be Doing to Your Brain


Even if you have sworn off of TV in your home, you will no doubt encounter its influence among co-workers, family and friends talking about the latest episode of their favorite shows. Some shows are so popular you will see their personality products in the local drugstore or variety store.
There is also some stigma to watching too much television.The word couch potato has come from more than one TV generations tendency to plop down in front of it and stay in front of it for too long
But in recent years, we have groups of people doing thecouch potato thing with a fairly new trend: binge-viewing aka binge-watching. Heres how one website describes this phenomenon: Call it the evolution of Homo Televisionus: first there were couch potatoes, who would sit for hours while a parade of shows spooled across the screen. Then came channel surfers, who clicked through hundr

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New Online Course with Chloe Goodchild

Your Vocal Impulse Advanced Practicum: Shifting into a New Octave of Consciousness Through Voice & Sound

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From: Keith Oddy
Keith  Oddy

Sound Health

In theory, we all strive for Sound Health; this is of course, especially true as we advance in years. Sadly our free health service has, in the name of respecting scientific outcomes not allowed itself to change enough with the time.

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Pioneer of Vocal BioMarker Technology Shares Future Medicine with the Public

Pioneer of Vocal BioMarker Technology Shares Future Medicine with the Public

Wellness providers and the public can submit a voice sample and receive a computerized,quantifying report of their own vocal BioMarkers.


The Vocal BioMarker market is expected to reach revenues of 2.5 Billion in the next few years because conventional giants like MIT and the Mayo Clinic have joined the extensive investigation efforts of this emerging science.


The acknowledged pioneer of BioAcoustic Vocal Profiling, Sharry Edwards, MEd, wants to provide access to the originating protocols to the public in order to support the opportunity for SELF-HEALTH.


Edwards has created an online, public WorkStation that offers access to thousands of frequency-based metabolic biomarkers that can provide self-evaluation and create computerized Management Reports for Wellness Providers.


Edwards sees the human brain as being akin to a computer’s central processing unit that sends binary signals of inst

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New Website: chloegoodchild.com

I am delighted to celebrate this new creative cycle of my life with a new website, highlighting and celebrating my musical life across the last three decades; as well as opening the door wider on the transforming power of sound to generate, re-awaken and restore compassion on planet Earth in the 21st century.

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From: Lyz Cooper
Lyz Cooper

How can sound and music help mental health?

Lyz Cooper, founder of The British Academy of Sound Therapy (BAST) talks about her experience and shares her research on how to use sound and music to not only improve health and wellbeing, but to help prevent illness in the first place.

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Tuning the Human Body



Before playing any composition, musicians tune their instruments carefully because they know that such a precise process ensures a high quality of music. Human tuning




The human body is the ultimate musical instrument, life is the music.




Our thoughts, emotions, interactions with others and the way we express ourselves are all manifestations of vibratory nature and can be therefore compared to the art of music: expressing and interacting in a harmonious way is the consequence of inner balance and very comparable to the fine-tuning of an instrument.
In my work as a Sound Healer, I have experimented with several techniques and instruments. Among these, my set of Pythagorean Tuning Forks is one of my favourites. They are gentle and powerful, subtle yet very effective, with the capacity to affect the nervous system at a very deep level.
The musical intervals of these tuning forks are based on the Pythagorean Tuning, that is, the single frequency of each tone of the sc

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Our Dementia Choir With Vicky McClure

BBC - Our Dementia Choir

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Our Dementia Choir With Vicky McClure

Our Dementia Choir With Vicky McClure

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The Gong Journey

Gong work

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Music Does Not Exist

Music unlike Art produces nothing concrete. I accept that it creates MP3s, CDs and other forms of re-playable media. What I mean is that Art mostly produces some kind of object, a painting, a carving, a sculpture. Musical creations disappear the moment they are heard. Musical creations are functions of mind's ability to make connections between past, present and future in the form of sounds. But what exists is only those vibrations which exist at that moment. In this sense music only exists, if

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Online WorkStation created for Sound Health & Sound Healers


Online WorkStation created for Sound Health &amp Sound Healers
Bringing together New Medicine and Ancient Healing Mysteries
The automation of Ancient Healing Methods

Input your voice and receive a personal, computerized, quantifying report of your own vocal BioMarker anomalies.

Bringing ancient methods of sound healing into the modern era has been a challenge for those who &ldquohear the call&rdquo to use sound to make a difference in the lives of those who need support and healing.
Jill Mattson&rsquos; publication, Lost Waves of Time, is more than a superb rendition of ancient healing as she also takes you through the eons of healing practices throughout several continents and populations. Mattson reports that in early cultures, healing was a matter of intuition and/or being in touch with universal connections that was once prevalent and used by special appointees of a given community. In some cultures every individual was assigned a &ldquoSignature Sound&rdquo as part of

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From: Lyz Cooper
Lyz Cooper

Somnus X - Research into improving sleep a success

45% felt they got a better nights sleep after listening to Somnus X

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Of Whales and Trees


There is an ancient Maori legend I&rsquove heard of while living in Aotearoa (New Zealand), about a special connection between the mighty Kauri tree and the Paraoa (sperm whale). Thousands of years ago, they were very close friends and, before returning to live in the sea, Paraoa gifted its skin to Kauri for protection. This explains the similarity between the skin of the sperm whale and the bark of Kauri trees and the fact that both produce valuable substances for humans: kauri gum and ambergris. Some say that, to this day, when sperm whales come closer to the coast of New Zealand, they sing for the Kauri trees and the trees sing back to them. sound ecology



Kauri trees are the biggest trees in New Zealand and amongst the biggest in the world and they hold a special place in Maori culture and traditions. Kauri trees have been seriously threatened for quite some time now by a virus that attacks the roots, preventing the tree from feeding properly. The virus has come from overse

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Mastering Chaos: "Entrainment"

We often talk about people blissfully living in their 'bubble'. We talk about politicians living in their bubble of reality not necessarily aware of the lives of others. We run the risk of becoming entrained by our own 'bubbles'. Before you choose to believe that you don't have your own bubble just be aware that the likes of Google and Facebook know about your bubble. They like to feed your 'bubble'. They think they know what you like.

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