Anyone here work with this method?
From a video about it I was just watching:
"According to the frequency therapy model, each note in the voice corresponds to a certain bodily function. For instance, if middle C is missing, this indicates heart problems. When the patient hears a mixture of frequencies including the note C over an extended period, the brain activates self-healing powers: the heart can become healthy again. In this way, a frequency mixture can be tailor made for every ailment."
So here are a few of my questions about this:
1. I am not convinced that ALL heart concerns on ALL people are due to missing a C.
And what is the tuning of that C? Is it a range of C's? Where is the dividing line between C and C#? How specific are these frequency determinations? I'm not convinced that everyone's body parts share the same resonant frequencies.
2. My Cosmi-Sonic Trance Banjo is tuned to C and most of what I play on it is modal with open string droning supporting the melody. Can I cure everyone's heart problems with my Cosmi-Sonic Trance Banjo music?
3. The average speaking range doesn't cover a whole lot of notes. I am assuming they are measuring harmonics too. There's going to be many frequencies that do not fit conveniently into western scale of notes. How do they fit these frequencies into "notes", and how many specific note/ailment correspondences are there?
4. The implication seems to be that we need to be vocalizing "all notes" when we speak, if we are to be without ailments. With harmonics included, what are they looking at, three, four, five octaves of notes? Are all healthy people really sounding that full range of frequencies when they speak a sentence into a voice analyzer?
5. If our ailments are a result of missing notes, and the therapy consists of having the patient listening to electronic tone generator notes, might it be even more effective to have the patient learn to play a musical instrument and both play and sing those missing notes to themselves?
6. Professional musicians don't have any health problems, right? (Being that they are exposed to "all notes" on a daily basis.)
I believe that the central and maybe primary (though not only) healing effect of sound and music is found in it's ability to assist or support in re-tuning the body/mind/spirit complex back to it's natural state of balance, of homeostasis, and in this state the brain/heart/spirit/mind/body activates self-healing powers (it's not just the brain!). In this I agree with the model. However, I question this voice analysis frequency model and would like to see much greater explanation of the process, the frequency range involved, how many "notes" are looked for, and the evidence that it is all about specific notes.
Anyone have anything on this?