Enhance your coloring experience with soundwaves
Like color, sound is an exciting and powerful force. When the two are combined, modern researchers are seeing an even wider range of therapeutic possibilities.
Understanding Sound Therapy
The basic science behind color and sound is that everything in the universe is in a constant state of vibration. Each organ, system and cell has a natural vibratory frequency in which it operates perfectly and in optimal health. An imbalance, or “dis-harmony” in these frequencies can manifest as mental, physical or emotional disorders.
The predictable reaction of sand when exposed to specific sound frequency vibrations is shown above, demonstrating the sympathetic resonance of sound.
According to the laws of physics, frequencies tend to naturally attract and synchronize with one another, with the weakest gradually attuning itself to the stronger. This is called “sympathetic resonance.”
A digital tone that is incapable of fluctuation (and thus stronger) can use sympathetic resonance to draw cellular frequencies back into balance. Just as a sustained vibrational frequency can shatter a glass, researchers are finding that the proper series of acoustic sounds can explode unhealthy cells, as well as energize and empower healthy ones.
Sound Therapy is being used in hospitals throughout the world to treat
Alzheimer’s, arthritis, ADD/ADHD, soft tissue damage, immune system damage, cancer, inflammation and pain, sleep deprivation, high or low blood pressure, and a variety of problems such as drug or nicotine addiction. In all instances, the correct frequency reminds the body’s energy field of its original, healthy blueprint and helps bring it back into balance.
Technology of Color and Sound
Coloring provides a relaxed and receptive backdrop for sound therapy. We recommend coloring sessions be done in conjunction with tracks such as this one, created by Lake Chapala musician Daniel Cordero, using precisely calibrated frequencies recorded under classical guitar music.
This 18-minute, sample soundwave track (complete CD available at Diane Pearl Colecciones) utilizes the most effective type of sound therapy, Binaural Beats, where two tones at slightly different frequencies are perceived by the brain as a single beat.
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Binaural beats have been credibly documented to influence the brain through brainwave entrainment and can be used to produce relaxation, deep sleep and other health benefts such as relief of pain, stress or depression.
Is Soundwave Therapy safe?
No detrimental effects whatsoever have ever been reported. Sound therapy is safe, non-intrusive, non-addictive and non-invasive.
How should I listen?
For best results, one should listen to any or all tracks at least once daily, preferably while coloring. Some of the healing tones are directed at either the left or right brain hemispheres, making it ideal for listening through headphones. If doing so, make sure headphones are work correctly, with the side marked L covering the left ear, and R covering the right ear (opposite if you are left-handed). If headphones are not available, a standard CD player will work satisfactorily.
Are the tones audible?
Our CD contains multi-level tracks. Some listeners report that they hear only the acoustic guitar, while others hear both tones and guitar. Either way, the healthful effects of the powerful underlying tones and beats are in no way diminished.