Re: Sound therapy


Subject: Re: Sound therapy
From: John Nowak (john_nowak@mac.com)
Date: Tue Jun 08 2004 - 23:19:10 EDT


On Jun 8, 2004, at 3:02 PM, Jay Smalridge wrote:

> but they claim that this therapy can be used to help cure thins like
> cancer, Parkinson's, ALS, ADD, ADHD, heart disease, sleep disorders,
> depression, and mental health etc.

They never claimed it cures anything. The word "cure" only appears once
on their front page:

"We do not diagnose, cure, or heal any disease, illness or injury..."

Sound can temporarily alter your mood. Having your mood calmed enough
can do things such as lower your blood pressure... at least
temporarily. However, it will not cure cancer. High energy
electromagnetic waves are one thing. This is nonsense.

The site is covered with banner ads, and links to people who practice
astrology (Micheal Heleus).

"With sound therapy, we use computer technology to measure the specific
frequency imbalances in much the same way as one would measure brain
wave activity. The Voice is a hologrpahic blueprint of the whole body.
This allows sound therapy to be more subjective since it does not
depend on the skill or orientation of the practitioner. After the
assessment, appropriate suggestions can be made and actions taken with
respect to the identified energetically stressed issues. This laser
like apprach is then able to support the body. Once the body is
supported, it can then utilize its own innate healing abilities to
restore health. "

I can chop my leg off, get skin cancer, get heart disease, and lose my
penis in a fire: My voice will still sound the same. I would bet my
life (and yours) that this is crap.

- John Nowak



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