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BioWaves Sound Therapy Overview
Where you see health and vitality in a body, you will also see it in a voice. In the revolutionary world of sound therapy and human bioacoustics, the body is understood to be an orchestration of vibrational patterns. And, it turns out, the human voice is one of those holographic phenomena that contain a map of the body's patterns. The voice can be read just as the spectral analysis of any object can be read by spectroscopy. Drawing on the understanding that all substances have unique frequency signatures, these cutting edge researchers and therapists analyze the body from the precise and unique perspective of the human voice.
At BioWaves, we're developing and expanding the theory and practice of computer-aided vocal analysis. By using computer technology, we're able to analyze the vocal frequency patterns of speech to view physical, emotional, and mental indicators of health, vitality, and balance.
Here's a sample voice- print:
This is an overview plot of a client's voice.
You'll immediately notice several things...
First, we've taken the notes of the musical scale, and placed them in a circle. If you think about how the octaves are arranged on a piano this makes sense, since the next note up from B is C, but they are right next to one another. Octaves simply make up the concentric circles of the plot. If you look, it is now also obvious what we're talking about when we mention that we're looking for balance. We're looking for indicators of vocal energy to be evenly distributed around the wheel.
You'll notice we've associated each of the notes with a color. You might remember that it is the specific frequency of light that makes color. Sound and light are on the same continuum of frequencies, with sound being much lower in frequency and light being much higher. In fact, you can use the law of octaves to divide down the frequency of various colors some 40 times, and you'll get to an audible frequency. Thus musical notes have colors associated with them. Some very intuitive people with synesthesia have this as a direct experience, where they see colors when they hear sounds. This is because the frequency of the color is being "heard" at many octave levels lower in the range of sound and the brain knows how to make that correlation.
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