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Music Therapy: There’s More to It Than Meets the Ear

Music Therapy: There’s More to It Than Meets the Ear
By Douglas J. Price, D.C. July 12, 2015
Music Therapy can be music to your ears when one is looking to find relief
from debilitating and chronic diseases.
There are two vital components that help the emotions and body move into
a healing state with diminished symptoms. One, is to tune into original
music with the pitch standard for the note A (above middle C) set at the
frequency of 432 Hertz, instead of today’s standard of 440 Hertz which is
commonly heard on the radio and other listening devices. 
According to an article posted on the alternative news site viewzone.com, a
discovery was made by the Rockefeller Foundation in 1939. They found
that when people listened to 440 Hertz music they would have a tendency
to overwork and become disconnected from their emotions.
Secondly, in 1978, Dr. Hamer, the founder of German New Medicine,
discovered that the cause of all diseases, except poisoning, was due to an
unanticipated dramatic shock which activated two phases of the nervous
system.  The first phase is in the sympathetic nervous system, which is
“fight or flight,” which is when we are in a state of conflict trying to resolve
our problems, emotionally as well as physically.  Second is the
parasympathetic nervous system, commonly referred to as “eat and sleep,”
which is activated once this conflict is resolved, and we are then able to
relax and let go.
Dr. Giovani Conti, a professor of music, had a successful recovery from
cancer with the help of GNM.  As a gifted musician, she was able to
understand that the two phases of the nervous system could also be
identified in classical music. She then analyzed a song Dr. Hamer had
written for his wife and found that it also encompassed the two phases.
The whole purpose of playing Dr. Hamer’s song repetitively is to maximize
patterns and to allow the brain “naturally” to use the universal mathematical
format for these two phases of the nervous system.   This puts all
symptoms both mental and physical into “stasis” by bringing both sides of
the brain into balance, which then downplays the symptoms and allows the
body to heal, especially chronic conditions. This is the only music, to date,
that has the complete format to cover both phases of the nervous system in
its entirety. 

Many people have been helped by the music. A little girl with bronchitis
who listened around the clock, found her bronchitis was reduced in one
week, and then made a full recovery.
Another person with severe psoriasis and lobster red skin saw his
symptoms reduced immediately, and in a few weeks his skin returned to
normal. 
In cases of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, music therapy works on
prevention of relapses in unconscious sleep states to allow recovery.  It
also aids in reversal of Senile Dementia.
This music can work for a variety of cases, and when people are trying to
recover from chronic illness, it is possible for them to fully recover in a very
short time.
Another feature of this music therapy is that it can be used to help adults
and children as well as animals.
You can now listen to the music by logging on to my website
at www.germannewmedicine-au.com.  Look for the horizontal menu bar
and click on Music.

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