Waves, frequencies, intervals and particular sounds. Manifestations of this concept of musical unity in the universe may be found in all time periods, cultures, and spiritual traditions that are full of references to the sound’s ability to treat, create, transform, help generate new ideas and raise existential awareness. Observing nature, ancient Taoists concluded that every particle in the universe exists by itself and in relation to other particles, thus creating a network of divine harmony with man as the recipient of earthly and celestial energy in the center of it all.
I am a seventy five year old retired Navy veteran. Because of my milItary career, my back is a mess, with fractures, and many painful issues. I’ve had more surgeries that I could count. My last one was just over two years ago, but the pain remains. Sound Therapy sounded very strange to me but I wanted to try something different than all the pain medications. After my first treatment I felt really good. So much pain went away like I took a really strong pain killer. I was hooked right there. Now I tell all my buddies and family about the Tuning Fork. It’s hard to describe if you’ve never done it, but the sounds and vibrations are, well, magical. Five treatments in and I’m feeling more relaxed than I’ve ever been in my life. I look forward to every new treatment session. Without a doubt, this is the best and most effective pain treatment I have ever done. Dr. Shmidt is very gifted, and I am grateful for her work.
Mark B.,Tenafly, New Jersey
In Indian mythology, Brahma, Vishnu, and Shiva form internal trinity of the first musician of the universe. Shiva is dancing through the creation, preservation, and destruction while Brahma plays cymbals and Vishnu brats out the rhythm and the pulse of time.