This may seem like an interesting way to talk about healing but, with everything that we do, there has to be some consistency in order to get the best results. A protocol can be defined as “the official procedure or system of rules governing affairs of state or diplomatic occasions” (according to Wikipedia). Now, let’s take that an apply it to a “healing protocol” for our lives.
The musical harmonic (overtone) series “partial” numbers when turned into Hertz, become the actual note names for the series. Confused? Let me explain…
Yes, physical symptoms often start as emotional roots. Learn how to change negative thought patterns to bring your body into better health, starting by dealing with any negative emotions.
In this final post of the series, I wish to propose that having three modes of healing working together might bring about more complete healing experience. How is that possible? When you have three things that work well together to bring a completeness, you have a “bench of three.” In the end, I propose that using three complimentary forms of healing approaches should be more effective when following a healing protocol.
In Part 2 of this series, I explore how ancient civilizations used sound, how resonant frequency is in color, music and general sounds, and how colors/sound can be found in the Chakras. It’s entirely possible that by knowing how to use resonant frequencies, much of the “dis-ease” in our bodies could be reversed.
Everything has a resonant frequency, including what we say and do. In fact, some countries have used frequency as “sonic warfare” as a weapon of war. In part 1 of this series, you’ll learn about how thoughts, words, and intents can frame our world along with seeing how frequency can form beautiful shapes through Cymatics.
“Accessing Your Spiritual Inheritance” is now available on Amazon! Walk with us as we journey down a rabbit hole to see and then retrieve what was left by our ancestors. We provide templates, instructions, guided practice, and fun stories to help you along the way to accessing your own spiritual inheritance.
The music for “New Hope” is calm, reflective, and meant to bring listeners to a place of peace.