Entries by John Groves

Music, Melody, And The Strange Pull They Exert Over Our Minds

Content: Matthew Schulkind compares declarative and procedural memory with regard to music. Songs that people have a special relationship with need just the first few notes of a song transport the listener back to that particular time and place. Music can help dementia patients to bring back lost informations stored in longterm memory. In a […]

Sound Can Influence Our DNA

Content: The latest Russian scientific research has discovered our DNA, the chemical code of our existence, communicates using specific frequencies. By finding the right external frequency, whether it be laser, radio waves or sound waves, it should be able to stimulate and communicate with our DNA. Source: Humans are free

The Power Of The 528Hz Miracle Tone

Content: The 528Hz tone is widely known as the ‘Miracle’ tone and associated with ‘DNA Repair’ as part of the original Solfeggio musical scale. Dr. Leonard Horowitz refers to the 528 Hertz frequency as the “LOVE frequency”. “It resonates at the heart of everything. It connects your heart, your spiritual essence, to the spiraling reality […]

Do Isochronic Tones Have Entraining Effects On The Brain?

Content: Does listening to isochronic tones have any effect on the management of pain, or as a treatment modality for SAD – Seasonal Affective Disorder? This article looks at these questions critically but supplies links to clinical studies that indicates that the potential of brainwave entrainment as a medical intervention is grossly neglected. Source: Living […]

BBC Report: ASMR As A Sleeping Aide And For Overcoming Stress And Anxiety

Content: ASMR (Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response) has an  immediate effect on the brain, which manifests itself in a tickling feeling in the brain, providing the feeling of closeness, safeness and comfort. In this article, the author talks to two YouTubers’ Emma and Laura who have attracted millions of subscribers to their ASMR pages. ”A lot people say ASMR helped […]

The Different Frequency Ranges In Comparison

Content: Braincells, also called neurons use electricity to communicate with each other. Medical equipment like an EEG are able to measure these electric brainwaves. Those graphs shown by the EEG are called Brain Waves Patterns because of its cyclic,wave-like nature.There are 4 different Categories of Brain Wave Patterns. “Most of us live the majority of […]

The Beginning Of The Binaural Beats

Writer: Gerald Oster Source: The Scientific American (Source www.brainisohertz.it) Content: Despite the many that state Gerald Oster invented binaural beat brainwave entrainment, this document (painstakingly recreated by Brainisohertz) puts the record right. It gives a pretty good explanation of the basic concept of binaural beats before it goes into detail.

Self Mastery Through Conscious Autosuggestion

Writer: Welz, Karl Hans Source: HSCTI Content: When someone uses words that boost your confidence, surpass your fears and get you to do the unthinkable, you have been “pep-talked”. This approach of motivating someone and soothing their nervousness is widely known and is used successfully by all sorts of people – from sportsmen, to students, businessmen and public speakers. But did you […]

The Amazing Functions of Music

Content: People (mostly men) are often scared of their emotions and try to suppress the negative ones like sadness or loneliness. Musicians on the other hand know, that there is beauty in melancholy. A sort of anchor and preparation of hard times to come. But music can serve so many more functions – helping one […]

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Music As Complementary Medicine

Writer: Jaakko Erkkilä, Marko Punkanen, Jörg Fachner, Esa Ala-Ruona, Inga Pöntiö, Mari Tervaniemi, Mauno Vanhala and Christian Gold Source: The British Journal of Psychiatry (2011) 199, 132–139. Content: While many people suffer under depression, clinical treatment is moving fast forward and is providing great medicine for the patients. Music is hereby an important player. This […]