You are what you listen to

You are what you listen to

Sound can help or harm us. We must be aware of the power of sound, for our own safety.

Sound can help or harm us. We must be aware of the power of sound, for our own safety.

by Jill Mattson — 

Music makes us feel — its sound waves interact with our emotions, which are actually energy. Everyone has snapped their fingers to a lively beat and relaxed to the soothing sound of the ocean. Sound waves do not isolate emotions or ignore the rest of the waves in our bodies. They interact with all of the waves in close proximity. That is simple science.

Sound waves interact with the brainwaves, physical body and the environment. This opens up a new way of looking at our world. It is already proven that sound can entrain our brainwaves, going to alpha, beta, theta and delta states. How significant is this? At certain brainwaves, our bodies produce healthy chemicals and become repaired. At other brainwaves, one can quit smoking with greater ease. In short, controlling a population’s brainwaves shapes all of their behaviors.

We become vulnerable if sound is used to control us without our knowledge. It forces us to be puppets. Sound can also be used as a weapon and can slowly make a person sick. Sound can help or harm us. We must be aware of the power of sound, for our own safety.

How about physical health? Researcher Sharry Edwards demonstrated that if she plays the frequency associated with the supplement, niacin, the listener’s face flushes even without taking the pill. This makes sense as we absorb sounds by way of our ears and skin. Perhaps sound interferes with neurotransmitters or other signals in the body. Sound can be invasive.

With Edward’s free nanoVoice™ software, a fast Fourier transform breaks a voice into component pitches, letting people see how their voice’s component frequencies change after taking a pill or eating. This strengthens the connection between what we eat and the frequencies in our bodies’ symphonies. We are aware that “we are what we eat,” but now we have a new window to approach health, as it is also true that “we are what we listen to.”

One might question why people have not noticed this phenomenon before. This is because sound waves are usually subtle energy, with tiny influences. We hear different sounds, and many of them cancel each other out.

We must be patient to see their effects and be looking for signs of them. Think of running water over a rock — the water runs off, and the rock remains the same. However, after gazing at the Grand Canyon, it becomes clear that the pliable water flow does change the rock — slowly but surely the water creates carved mountains.

And so it is with the tiny waves of sound. Slowly but continually, they shape and mold us — the relentless impact of the waves — just like ocean waves smooth small pebbles into sand.


Jill Mattson has spent 20 years researching vibratory sound energy for healing and specializes in sound secrets of ancient civilizations. She composes and produces CDs, employing sound-healing techniques and energies., or 814-657-0134.

Reprinted from AzNetNews, Volume 33, Number 3, June/July 2014.

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