Wishing You Sound Health

Can you think of times in your life when you were looking at or experiencing something new and different and thought that was just too strange to believe, and then, before you knew it, you were right in the middle of it? Well, welcome to my experience with sound healing.

Mandara Cromwell has been a great friend for several years, and I knew her through my involvement with the International Sound Therapy Association (www.powerofsounds.org). I knew she had this company called Cyma Technologies, but healing people with sound? Really? I don’t think so. It is way too easy and it sounds way to woo-woo for me to take seriously. I listened to what the company was doing and stories of people that believed they had been helped and just thought, “ok, whatever.”

And then…..I needed help. My dear friend and assistant received a diagnosis of an ovarian tumor, and I just freaked out. I called Mandara.  Desperate times, desperate measures, right? I purchased an AMI 750 and basically forced Brandy to use it. I had no idea what I was doing, and I am not even qualified to put a Band-Aid on you. I’m not that kind of doctor J. I took the manual that provides over three hundred medical protocols and thought seriously about duct taping Brandy’s feet to the unit. They had protocols for ovarian cysts, cancer, pain, and more. We had six weeks until surgery, and she experienced at least 3 to 5 sessions a week.ami750-300x276

On the day of the pre-op ultrasound, Brandy called me from the doctor’s office crying so hard I could not understand her. My immediate thought was that I was an idiot, and we completely wasted six weeks playing with sound and grasping at straws. When she calmed down enough for me to understand her, I realized that she was telling me that the tumor was gone.

“Gone?  Are you sure? I need to see the ultra sound,” I cried. Sure enough, the tumor was gone. That was almost three years ago. I immediately went into research mode. It was the only thing that she changed in those six weeks. I felt like the sound healing machine had to have some impact. I just wasn’t sure how much or why.

When I started investigating sound healing therapies, I really had to stop and think. I am an Irlen Director, after all. I believe in frequency and have seen peoples’ lives completely change hundreds of times using the Irlen Method. What do I hear from critics? “That is too simple to work.” “There is no way that something as simple as looking through color can change the way someone reads.” “You can’t get rid of my migraines with colored lenses!” Well, the Irlen Method is that simple, and it does work (www.irlen.com). I see it happen all the time. Plus, I wear Irlen lenses. I know that my brain has difficulty processing light correctly, and Irlen lenses change the frequency and allow me to process visual information correctly.lenses

Well….frequency is frequency, right? I started using the AMI 750 with myself, friends and family and even some brave clients.  The FDA recognizes the machines made by Cyma Technologies as Class 1 devices to be used as acoustic massage. Ok, I understand that, but we have gotten some astounding results. I started using the AMI 750 and the AMI 1000 in my own practice, and my clients started making some profound changes in dealing with anxiety, depression, ADHD, learning issues and bipolar.

How does it work? Heck if I know. The best I understand this is that when the cells of the body (or bodies) resonate with the true frequency of that cell, the body (or bodies) come back into balance. The cells relax to a level that allows for real healing. What I can definitely tell you is I have fewer clients in pain, both physical and emotional. My own blood pressure is so reduced that I no longer need to take any medication to lower my blood pressure. Is it because I am using Cyma to address the physical and emotional issues of high blood pressure? I believe so.


(photos used with permission from John Stuart Reid–cymascope.com)

I understand that some of you will just find all of this ridiculous.  People probably felt the same way about ultrasound when it first came out years ago. Ultrasound is now used to diagnose tumors, clean wounds, pulverize kidney stones, and alleviate pain. Many types of sound therapies are becoming more common place. Music therapy, for example, is commonly used for reducing stress, pain management, in the delivery and operating room, and in treating the elderly and those with emotional issues.

I am hoping non-traditional therapies like Cyma Therapy become more widely used and accepted. I believe that there is a growing recognition that drugs are only part of the solution and that we have to develop strategies that call upon other resources. More information about Cyma Therapy can be found at www.cymatechnologies.com and www.psychologyofcyma.com.

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