Healing Frequencies

What is frequency healing?

Frequency healing, often termed as “sound healing” or “vibrational healing”, is a therapeutic approach that uses sound frequencies and vibrations to promote physical, emotional, and spiritual well-being. 

Do healing frequencies actually work?

Frequency healing taps into the power of sound vibrations to address various concerns. Encouragingly, an expanding collection of credible scientific studies backs the health advantages of sound-based healing. The benefits encompass:

How does the frequency of healing work? 

Mood improvement: In a 2018 study published in Frontiers in Psychiatry, researchers found that after just three months of vagus nerve stimulation, study participants suffering from depression saw a remission rate of 17 percent. And after one year of treatment, the remission rate rose to 33 percent.

Better brain health: Studies in the Journal of Natural Science, Biology, and Medicine have shown that vagus nerve stimulation increases neurogenesis—the formation of new brain cells—in the hippocampus, a part of the brain that plays a critical role in learning and memory.

Reduced high blood pressure: In another 2018 study published in the Journal of Traditional and Complementary Medicine, 54 participants regularly performed a vagal stimulation technique for three months, resulting in an 81 percent reduction in hyper reactivity (stress-induced blood pressure changes) and significantly lower diastolic blood pressure numbers. 

Is there scientific evidence supporting sound for healing?

Yes, numerous studies have explored the therapeutic effects of sound—especially vocal sound exercises on the human body. Sound frequencies can induce decreased stress, which may influence moods, enhance meditation, improve sleep patterns, and even promote faster healing.

How do you use frequency for healing?

Using frequency for healing typically involves listening to specific tones or sounds,undergoing treatments with tools like tuning forks, or using advanced technological devices designed to emit desired frequencies. The goal is to expose the body to healing frequencies that can stimulate and balance its energy centers. Lisa uses a quantum biofeedback system called Genius. Using a proprietary voice engine, this system assesses the voice and interprets it as a frequency for evaluation.  The voice is then compared to frequencies programmed into the Genius to identify information about imbalances within the body.

How is frequency healing different from other healing therapies?

Unlike many other healing therapies that use physical manipulation or drugs, frequency healing harnesses the natural power of sound waves. It’s non-invasive and works by aligning the body’s energies and frequencies to a harmonious state.

What tools are commonly used in frequency healing?

There are various instruments like tuning forks, Tibetan singing bowls, crystal bowls, the human voice and even advanced electronic equipment that generate specific sound frequencies for healing purposes.

Can everyone benefit from frequency healing?

While many people report benefits from frequency healing, results can vary from person to person. It’s always a good idea to consult with a healthcare professional to determine if it’s right for you.

Are there any side effects of frequency healing?

Generally, frequency healing is considered safe and non-invasive. However, it’s essential to ensure the volume levels are comfortable to avoid auditory issues. If you have underlying health conditions or are sensitive to certain sounds, consulting a professional is recommended.

How long does it take for frequencies to work?

The time it takes for frequencies to work can differ from person to person. Some might experience immediate relief or relaxation, while others may notice effects over a more extended period of regular listening or treatment.