Sherry Edwards, nano voice profiling, recording voice characteristics.
Tomatis and sons worked with voice recording, analysing for "lacking Frequencies"; and "frequency supplementation" (feedback)
; using the voice of the father and mother; for emotion release.
As a psychological threamen this was 80 ties 90 ties
alsoNLP was then created, with quicker results on the discharging old emotional charges.
Sharry Edwards changed the approch from analogue to digital processes
With her specific approach soundsignature we entert the millennium.voice test with computerdata
Like royal rife approach, but calibrated with her clairvoiyant hearing.
So far we are expecting that soundhealth.org will produce someday the voice- neurofeedback
System what Somavox tried to develop in 95-98 by means of bio resonancetrans machines.
Computer we had for testing could not provide evidence for this hypotheses. Than so we stopped
This research and started with sound architectecture called bio signature and biogeometry.
We are starting again this endeavour to search for the computer programs that gives us the
Expected hypotetical outcome.
So we can have evidence based data among voice neurofeedback.
An electronic equivalent of this is the Neurofeedback; feeding brain waves back to the brain.
The neurotransmitters; in their way reflect the molecular interchanges between the organs.
There are direct relationships between neurotransmitter release and sounds.
For example, "Omm" trigs GABA, Dopamine is triggered by "Ksss. Ksss" sounds.
This sounds and relational experiences
We can relate that to music; as Pythagoras described
Hypocrates related that to the four humours.
The indian Raga system uses 144 scales for the organs, daytime and seasons.
Indian music relates the tone setting to the season climate context.
They had a mathematics for it; in terms of musical notation.
neurotransmitters, humours, astrology, music, mathematics.
There is a lot of information about music from greek times.
Nasal or deep voices represent different forms of involvement.
That relates it to breathing; thus pranayama and yoga.
Which reflects with tidal motions in general; and astrology and seasons.
It is simple; and the model (of music) is very powerful.
But how can we prove it connects to the neurotransmitters
sounds and neurotransmitters are linked: proof is needed.
there are some indicative examples; in German research.
Dr Karl Adamek from Munster Uni Germany
He tested the effect of sound on body stamina.
This is equivalent to what Applied Kinesiology works with.
If you hold out your hands you become tired after 2 minutes.
If you do it while singing you can hold it for 4 minutes.
When singing specific vowels at precise pitch it became more (8 minutes), or less, depending on the person.
Kinesiology can be used to do such testing; also identifying meridian organ association.
Which he neatly develop in his meridian singing method he shared with the world
Another example is Alfred Wolfson working on the battle field.1914-1918
He had the job of bringing wounded soldiers to the field hospital.
Those who made noises, screamed, survived; the silent types were more prone to die.
He told them to shout; if not he would leave them to die; survival rate of his selection procedure improved cure rate from 30% to 90%.
He realised there was a relationship between pitch and sentiment.
Jean renee toussaint
dr karl adamek german sociaal soundpsychologist
wolfsohn alfred and roy heart grotovski :)
It is all about boundary/self definition.
in normal development people learn to become sovereign.
Often people do not complete that development.
And become stuck in dependence; victimisation and masochism is an example.
Self definition can be tested in asking people to sing.
As Alfred Wolfsohn showed: some rather mumble and gorgle die than scream the pain.
Singing is in many cases associated with shaming.
But singing conversely can release old tensions; as Toussaint and Somavox used.
There is a cascade of neurotransmitters (linking inside and outside)
The various types of psychoactive drugs also form a cascade.
It is about changing the relationship between introvert/extrovert.
How can that be done in singing; or listening to music; how does it tie in with our neurotransmitters.?
Doctors do not 'believe' in sound/music therapy.
they only believe in measurements.
So, can we show them how singing affects neurotransmitters.
Or rather, have them, themselves, experience the effect of singing...
Eastern medicine uses voice diagnosis.
Do doctors deny the effect of singing to sell drugs, instead?
Measuring neurotransmitters will show it to be the same.
Next to that we can see how this correlates to psychology, physiology and health in our body.
The question: can we do "vocal profiling"?
1) Test vocal tones.
2) Use forms of feedback.
3) Improve health.
1) reason: acceptance
2) established experience
3) established theory
4) project proposal
1) voice monitoring techniques
2) therapeutic interventions exist
3) an integrative effectivity analysis
4) creating a simple effective technique; a game
Neurofeedback, Jan Souren, Saskia Bosman, in terms of sound
Sound and rhythm associations
Feedback closure for healing
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