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Of course there are people who do not believe cymatics works and nothing will convince them, unless they or someone they know has been cured of something.
Well I've had personal experience with Cymatics, also My 2 brothers, it worked wheather we believed it would or not. A Cymatic machine runs about 10K now, they are about the size of a laptop. Nothing will cure everything all of the time, noone knows why. When it works and it does very often it is fantastic. Cymatics is used in various places all over the world. Happy Pearling Jan 14
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A Re-Soundingly Successful Experiment Recently, in Germany, researchers took the DNA of a 17-year-old boy, recorded its sound frequencies, and saved them. The boy was accidentally killed, but the scientists still had his DNA frequency patterns. Later, the DNA frequencies of the 17-year-old were transmitted into the body of a man in his late thirties. And the man almost became the young boy. His skin became youthful, he became slim, his hair went back to its natural color. Today he's in his forties and he still looks like a much younger man.
Cymatics As Science In the early 18th century, the German physicist Ernst Chladni, the ''father of acoustics,'' covered plates with thin layers of sand, set them vibrating, and observed the patterns that were made in response to different sound stimuli. In 1967, nearly three hundred years later, Hans Jenny, a Swiss doctor, artist, and researcher, published Cymatics – The Structure and Dynamics of Waves and Vibrations . In this book, published in both German and English, Jenny, like his precursor, showed what happens when one takes various materials like sand, water, or iron filings, and places them on vibrating metal surfaces. When this is done, shapes and motion-patterns appear.
..... "For many years I have had pain in my jaw. Last year was more painful than in the past. I started Cymatherapy treatments twice each week , then moved to once per week and started feeling relief after just a few treatments. I now have no need for treatment as the TMJ pain is completely gone.
Cymatic therapy or " cymatherapy ", is a scientifically unsupported alternative medicine technique using acoustic waves which was developed in the 1960s by Sir Peter Guy Manners. [ 1 ] [ edit ] Background Cymatic therapy is based on the assumption that human cells, organs, and tissues have each a natural resonant frequency which changes when perturbed by illness. Cymatic therapists apply different audible frequencies and combinations of sound waves which they claim entrain malfunctioning components back to their healthy vibratory state and promote natural healing. [ 2 ] The operational principle of cymatic therapy is out of step with mainstream scientific thought, and it is viewed with skepticism by most medical doctors. [ 3 ] The American Cancer Society states: "Available scientific evidence does not support this claim. ... Relying on this type of treatment alone, and avoiding or delaying conventional medical care for cancer, may have serious health consequences." [ 1 ]
Cymatic therapy is an alternative medical treatment that is commonly used in cancer patients. It is primarily promoted as a treatment for organs such as the brain and heart. Cymatic therapy works on the understanding that illness occurs when an organ or other infected area is not in sync with the natural rhythm of the body.
This training course is available. This is a home study course that covers Cymatic Therapy & Bioresonance. It will give you all of the information you need to become a professional Cymatic or Bioresonance therapist. You can study the course in your own time and in the comfort of your own home. The Cymatic & Bioresonance Practitioner Training Course is an intensive study covering advanced sound therapy using therapeutic machines & instruments.
Cymatic & Bioresonance Therapy Cymatic Therapy (or Cymatherapy) is based on the study of the structure and dynamics of waves and vibrations. Cymatic sound frequencies support the body's natural healing process. Bioresonance frequencies applied to the human body or animals, help to create harmony within the body & mind.
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The term Cymatics (pronounced sigh-matt-ix) was coined by Dr. Hans Jenny (1904 -1972). It is derived from the Greek word Kyma or ta kymatika meaning; matters pertaining to waves. By the term waves, Jenny was particularly wishing to point towards periodicity or cycles.
This is a listing of frequencies that various parties have claimed can affect the human mind or body in some way. The following sorts of frequencies are included : Brainwave Frequencies - These are frequencies associated with various mental states. Using brainwave entrainment , you can coax your brainwaves to a certain frequency, and in doing so, achieve the mental state associated with that frequency. "Healing" Frequencies - These are frequencies that various parties claim could be used to heal illnesses of different kinds, or stimulate some region of the body (chakras). The medium used to do this varies - some of these parties used devices that generated EM fields which were applied to a precise part of the body, while others used vibration and sound.
Resonance made visible with black seeds on a harpsichord soundboard Cornstarch and water solution under the influence of sine wave vibration Cymatics (from Greek : κῦμα "wave") is the study of visible sound and vibration, a subset of modal phenomena . Typically the surface of a plate, diaphragm, or membrane is vibrated, and regions of maximum and minimum displacement are made visible in a thin coating of particles, paste, or liquid. [ 1 ] Different patterns emerge in the excitatory medium depending on the geometry of the plate and the driving frequency. The apparatus employed can be simple, such as the ancient Chinese spouting bowl, or Chinese singing fountain, in which copper handles are rubbed and cause the copper bottom elements to vibrate.