They say that music has the power to heal us physically and spiritually.  Listen as Magdalena talks with renowned musician, Michael Tyrell, about the healing frequency of music.   

What you will learn from this interview:

– How different vibrations can help sleep and anxiety (even restless pets…)
– The research behind it all
– How Michael connected frequencies to the different conditions
– Frequencies for menopause symptoms
– Frequencies for better relationships

 

(This interview was recorded on May 16, 2018)

 

The following Wholetones products are mentioned in this video:

Wholetones 2Sleep

 

Wholetones Album on 7 CD’s + Book (Includes Instant Digital Access) (the Hertz singles mentioned in this interview are included in this set or you can purchase them individually)

Interview Transcript:

Magdalena:
Hey, you guys. I’m here today my Michael Tyrell. I came across his work through one of our team members who said to me, “You know, he’s doing some really interesting work, I think this is going to be really beneficial for our community.” When I first heard about what Michael does, which is healing people with music and frequency, I thought, that sounds a little far-fetched because I’m more like, give me the next food that’s interesting, what’s the next herb that’s being in used China or Peru? I want to know about the research, what’s the new strain of maca that’s going to be out there healing women. That’s really what is closer to my DNA. But then when she sent me more references and then we got in touch with Michael, I saw the amount of research, but I think, more importantly, the reviews, completely unbiased because it’s on Amazon, having 4.5 or 4.8 stars, and the hundreds if not a couple of thousand reviews, and I thought, well there’s something really to it, and people really reporting incredible healing and transformations.

Magdalena:
I thought I would invite Michael here today to share a little bit more about what’s going on, like what’s the whole science behind frequency, and how is it really going to help people? Hey Michael, welcome.

Michael:
It’s an honor to be was you today Magdelena.

Magdalena:
As you can tell from my introduction, I’m a skeptic, right? I think a lot of my followers in the Hormones Balance are generally skeptics, right? Can we just dive straight into this in the beginning, can you just tell us a little bit about what got you started in this? And, really what’s the science behind frequency and sound that can be so transformative for some people?

Michael:
Great question. First, and foremost, being a musician, the first component is creating music which soothes the savage beast. It wasn’t until later that I realized that there was something inherently wrong with music, which is kind of a bizarre approach to looking at music because it’s so beautiful. But I realized that there was a calibration issue with music. That being, without getting into a lot of the what you would call fru-fru, or conspiracy science, what actually took place was that there were people that were trying to use frequency in a nefarious way and infusing it with music. My approach was a little bit different. What I wanted to do was create a natural frequency, and by that, for your listeners, when you go to YouTube, and you enter frequency, they’ll be 50 different ones that come up, and an hour and ten minutes, but it’s created by a machine. It’s called a frequency generator. Back in the day, I’m probably older than you, but back in the day when the TV would go off at 1:00 in the morning, you would here boop, the sound, and it would drive you nuts. It would be like almost alarm to go turn off the TV, but actually, it was a test tone, a sign wave.

Michael:
These people were manufacturing frequencies, and then expecting people like you and I to want to sit there and listen to that. I thought, you know, I got to find a way to make these frequencies almost addictive to the body, to where you want to listen to it. I don’t tell many people this, but I want you to understand this, I took a lead crystal glass and incrementally filled it with water, until it precisely and right on the money stopped the tuner for each of the frequencies that I was emulating. Then, like you do at a boring party, you run your finger along the glass and it starts to sing. Then I recorded that. Then on the other side, I recorded the Nashville Strings, a small quartet of violin, viola, cello, bass, and then I recorded those two together, and then the musicians came in, and we just played over the top of that music.

Michael:
If you ever saw Mary Poppins, you know the music would be like the Spoonful of Sugar, but the actual frequency is the medicine, and the spoonful of sugar helps the medicine go down. People love to listen to this, but what’s really happening is they’re getting the frequency. You go, okay, frequency, let’s demystify that and make it less frufru. Simple, you and I could not transmit, we could not have a communication, we could not understand much of the information we talked about for the five minutes before this interview started.  I’m starting to know you now because of the sound of your voice. What people don’t understand about frequency is that in voice actuation there are programs that take a baseline of your voice when you speak into it, and feed it into a computer, which I actually have this program, and in 10 minutes everything about your medical history pops out, when you had mononucleosis when you were 13, when you had this problem, it’s no different than the growth rings of a tree.

Michael:
If you were to cut a tree in half, you can tell the years of drought, the years of plenty, you can tell when the tree was healthy when the tree was on the verge of death. What I’m telling you is that as far frufru, it’s just very misunderstood, and even though it’s a very ancient approach, it’s something now that I’m very thankful for, people are starting to understand that this is an integral part like breathing, we can’t talk, our words are frequency, our thoughts, frequency, hearing, frequency, light in the room, frequency.

Michael:
My first big job was to demystify this, and then to work with this … I primarily work with integrative medicine doctors. I’ve been speaking regularly at the Dallas Academy of Integrative Medicine in Texas, as well as several different doctor’s conferences, and symposiums this year. Being the guy that’s not the doctor, puts me in a … not to mention they treat me with so much love, but secondly, I’m able to offer them a way of expanding their thought about what can we do in our toolbox to help our people. I don’t tell people that what I do is the cure-all for everyone or everything. What you do, from what I’ve read, is outstanding work, and it’s helped my own wife, but I offer another modality in the toolbox that can help people in some of the other ways that women, and men, need for relaxation and better sleep.

Magdalena:
I find it interesting what you said just now because about the irritation of … an irritating frequency, for example, there are specific sounds of certain people, I cannot tolerate. That includes a few TV presenters, and I could never really understand that before, why is it that person is actually making a lot of sense and making good points, I just cannot listen to her-

Michael:
You cannot resonate with anything.

Magdalena:
Mm-hmm (affirmative).

Michael:
You can’t resonate with them.

Magdalena:
Right, right. So that’s fascinating. What I find quite spectacular when I looked at the reviews, which are completely independent because you can’t fudge Amazon’s reviews. As a book author. I never tried, but I know for a fact you can’t.

Michael:
They don’t take the bad ones out either.

Magdalena:
Exactly, exactly. You have everything from insomnia, to PTSD, to people having hormonal issues. So let’s talk about some of the most effective conditions that can benefit from the frequency. And I also noticed that you have, when I look at your you have a different frequency for different modalities, or for different problems that a person has. Before you dive into this, I just want to reiterate one more thing.  One of the tools in your toolbox, you can bring into your life, for example, when you’re striving for hormonal balance. I just want to make this clear, if somebody is living off high inflammatory foods, is constantly inflamed, is highly toxic, is in a toxic relationship, has got stuff maybe from the past that is still present, it might help to some degree, but sometimes we need to resolve some of the other things as well. What is amazing about your product is that it can be a tool for some people, can be absolutely wonderful when they try it.

Magdalena:
Let’s talk a little bit about the different frequencies for the different healing and what kind of modalities can a music frequency heal?

Michael:
Perfect. It doesn’t matter whether it’s a musical vehicle or whatever vehicle you would use to introduce frequency to the body. A lot of integrative specialists might use a rife machine, they might use a laser probe. There are other ways of introducing frequency to the human body. All of them, if they’re done properly, need an opening frequency and the opening frequency is interesting because what it does, it gets the person, like you just said, to the place where they can receive healing. So much of this psychological component is shame and guilt. So many people feel guilty or ashamed about something. Like you said, there are all these unresolved things that happen and then when your hormones are out of balance, that’s exacerbated obviously, especially if your estrogen dominant, because guys deal with this, I’ve been through this stuff. You need something that’s going to bring you to a place, first of all, that gives you hope, but also a place where you feel worthy to be healed, and that you’re willing to let go of some of that crap, like those feelings of being ashamed of everything or feeling guilty or being in a relationship where somebody’s dominant and then you always feel like you’re not doing enough.

Michael:
The opening frequency, which is called the open door for a reason, on Wholetones, is a frequency that brings you to a place first of amazing relaxation and peace. If you come home from a hard day and your nerves are frazzled and you sit on a couch, you put that on, you’ll be in a zen state pretty darn quick and then you’ll get to a place where you’re breathing starts to change. And then all of a sudden you’ll realize if my breathing’s changing, I’m psychologically changing, I’m changing on a cellular level, there’s more oxygen, and then before you know it, you’re starting to think, I’m gonna get better. That’s the beginning of … If all of us, when we get to the place where we realize that we can love ourselves and that healing is possible, and it is spontaneous sometimes. So, 396 is the opening frequency and that is the one that I recommend that everyone uses first before they proceed onto the other six. Specifically, that one is great for guilt and shame, holding on to stuck emotions and stuff. It helps open you up to the possibility that I don’t always have to be this way.

Magdalena:
So the skeptic in me is asking, how the hell did you know that 396 is the frequency for opening up the soul, the heart, and letting go of shame and guilt?

Michael:
First of all, that’s a wonderful question. Second of all, there is a considerable amount of research out there and there’s also a lot of history about sulfa-G tones and some of how they work on a psychological basis. So there was some initial science and then I’ve been blessed enough to be working with a group of guys here where I live in Florida, for many, many years, and we have done all kinds of testing and work with people to see what effects them. The interesting thing about frequency is, though, you would say four cents different or four vibrations different wouldn’t make a big difference but what I’ve found in my research is that it makes a gigantic difference because all of us… Your heart and my heart, there’s a relative weight of that organ, but the atomic weight of your heart and mine would be different if we measured it, and everyone else for that matter. So, I had the daunting task of trying to find out, how can I see the most efficacy with a broad base of humanity, knowing that all of us are different on an atomic level. So what I did when I created those frequencies I talked to you about, I began to oscillate them with a general slope and a sweep so it could reach more on both sides of the bandwidth of the atomic weight of each of the organs.

Michael:
Your question, how did you know. A lot of things… Some of the greatest discoveries, as I’m sure you’ve found, come by subtraction or by questions, you ask questions. When you don’t get an answer nobody knows, that just drives me deeper into research to find out, why is this important to me and why can’t anyone answer my question. So when I started digging in, I found that not only Royal Rife, but several other people that have dealt with what we would call vibrational or frequency healing, corroborating what I was feeling in my heart about these particular frequencies. There was actual science for it documented, science for it of some of the characteristics of that particular frequency and I moved on through there.

Michael:
Another thing to mention to your listeners is that all of this is mathematical, which that’s very important because it would be just like if your brother, sister, whoever that’s in your bloodline, you’re related to each other through blood. In mathematics, it’s all about how it applies on the scale of Pythagoras, meaning when you deduce it to the lowest form, will it form a three, a six, or a nine. All of my frequencies are inter-related by mathematics.

Michael:
The other thing that takes the frufru right out of this that most people don’t know. Somebody that nobody would question if he was on the earth today is Pythagoras. All of us that have done any research physics and geometry, he’s the benchmark of mathematics. However, what most people don’t know about Pythagoras, is that his greatest gift was music. He even created his own musical instrument called the Monochord. So what he did, and one of his disciples was Plato by the way, so this guy is definitely in the upper food change of intelligent beings, he created this six-foot-long bed that one side was padded and the other side was nothing but drone strings creating frequencies very similar to what I use. When someone had a psychological problem, an imbalance of some kind, depression, physical ailment, flu, cold, what not, he would get them to lay down on the top of this and he would play the strings underneath their body and vibrate them. Some of the amazing stuff I’ve read about Pythagoras is that these people stayed with him because they believed in the science but they also believed that every time they laid down on this thing and he would play these frequencies, they would immediately go in their bed and fall asleep and wake up in the morning and feel fine.

Magdalena:
I have friends who have very mathematically-gifted children and all of them are musical geniuses as well.

Michael:
Isn’t that amazing!

Magdalena:
Yeah, totally, I can relate to what you’re saying. Let’s talk a little bit about the different frequencies and the different conditions the frequencies can really help with.

Michael:
Sure. I can talk about some but I can’t talk about all only because the government has a hard time with making claims, as you know, I have to walk a thin line on that. But, I will tell you, the next one in our seven series is called The Desert Soldier and it’s 417 hertz. For your listeners, Hertz is really simple, it’s just the last name of the man that discovered being able to calibrate the amount of time that a body or a string would vibrate in one second. So when we say 417 hertz, it just simply means that a string of a piece of mass would vibrate that many times per second. That’s how we measure that bandwidth or wavelength.

Michael:
With that being said, the second frequency is one of those things where I knew certain things about it because you asked me that question before, it’s like, how did you know. Well, there are certain things you can know. But when you release this in 168 nations, you find out… You take a marker if 100 people are responding to the same thing. Oh my god, for example, that particular frequency (417 hertz) is great with procrastination, like amazing and a lot of CEOs, huge Forbes, Fortune 500 CEOs are using this in their office every single day because basically, the way it works from a psychological standpoint is you don’t put off for tomorrow what you can do today. They’re creatives, they’re not having that 3:00 time where all the guys that work in the office are starting to get tired and need more coffee, they’re moving through the day. One of the CEOs from a company called Five W in Manhattan told me, he said, “we’re putting out more creatives in one day than we used to in a whole week.” I wrote my book and most everything I do that’s creative I play that frequency in the background when I’m working and I find that it’s almost like I’m writing without even thinking. There’s definitely that component there, Magdelena, but … Go ahead.

Magdalena:
Let’s talk about sleep because I love the procrastination part that can help us get off caffeine, which is a huge dopamine booster and that gets us to focus as well.

Michael:
Right.

Magdalena:
So that’s a great one to know. Let’s talk about sleep because that’s something that so many people suffer from and there’s a huge correlation between sleep and hormonal balance, right.

Michael:
No question.

Magdalena:
Yeah, so let’s talk about the frequency and how is that helping with sleep.

Michael:
Okay. There are two frequencies in that. Now, I have a whole new program that’s called Wholetones 2Sleep, which I’ll get to in a minute. There’s a couple frequencies on the original seven of the original whole tones that we’re speaking of. It’s 396, the opening frequency, and 444, which is the main tuning, it’s called the Key of David on the project. The big issue with sleep… I told you I just got back from being with Dr. Oz again and he said something that hit me so hard, he said, “Michael, it doesn’t matter what type of natural supplement you’re taking or what allelopathic prescription that you’ve been prescribed, if you’re not sleeping a minimum of six to eight hours a day, your body cannot heal, there’s no way to reach homeostasis.” So my first thing was-

Magdalena:
Can I just inject a sentence here because there are a number of people who are big bashers of Dr. Oz and no matter what your point of view on him is, I can tell you one thing, from so many friends who got on Dr. Oz, is that their producers do their research like crazy.

Michael:
I know them!

Magdalena:
I’m just gonna insert that in here. As you know, there’s been investigation around him, I still feel like he has done more good than he has done bad. But the most important thing is that he actually has, and I know one of the investigators, naturopaths who work for him who do investigative research and the background research on every guest that comes on because they’ve got to be so tight in case an investigation like that again comes up.

Michael:
It’s brutal.

Magdalena:
So that’s interesting what you’re saying. Okay, sorry to interrupt.

Michael:
Just a slight interjection, the sad part about a lot of that is, and I’m sure you run into this occasionally yourself, I’ve met you so I can pick up on you now, and I think you’re wonderful. Dr. Oz, I heard terrible things about him. I’ve spent a lot of time with him. He’s the most loving, giving man that I’ve met in a long time, and he’s legit. He loves me and I don’t pay him anything. He believes in what I do because he uses it. My point being in that is a lot of times we judge by what we see on television but that’s like telling somebody about a great restaurant you never ate at. Right? You gotta meet the person to get in touch with their spirit and find out if they’re a jerk or if they’re real of not.

Michael:
So the sleep component, when he said that, and I was just tooling up to push this years campaigning about helping people get to sleep because I know as a musician and working those four sets a night until 4:00 in the morning, what that did to me and the interruption of the circadian rhythm, and feeling like a zombie half your life. Then your hormones are out of whack and you’re a mess. Until you can get … And there was a whole life for years about a sleep bank, I didn’t sleep tonight but I’ll make it up … You don’t makeup sleep. When it’s gone, it’s gone.

Michael:
What I tried to do, Magdalena, is come up with particular frequencies, which I have now on Wholetones 2Sleep, that help you fall asleep quickly and keep you asleep. The problem with the original one was that people interpreted it that might’ve been for sleep. It was not. That would be just like if you created a cookbook, it’s like, yeah but I didn’t create just breakfast food, I created meals for every hour. With this, people think because you make something because they felt comfortable that that’s for sleep, it wasn’t for sleep, it was for a myriad of different applications. But the one I created now is for sleep, it doesn’t have any drums, it doesn’t have any dynamics that will wake you up in the middle of the night, and there’s a frequency on one of those that I actually wrote two lullabies, the rest of them are traditional. Somebody wrote the tagline for us and it was the best, he said, “this is the only song I’ve never heard the end of,” because in five minutes they’re gone, it’s 30 minutes long. The point is, if you can get someone to sleep, their bodies can begin to heal themselves. Your body in a place of homeostasis wherein the genius of the creation and the creator, your body knows what to do. It starts to repair itself.

Magdalena:
Yeah, and I’ve written so much about sleep and hormones that we don’t even need to convince anyone. On a very pragmatic level, somebody who wakes up well rested after a good night’s sleep, you know how that feels. No one needs to convince you. Sleeping pills have its own side effects, not to mention the fact that you never actually get into really good quality sleep, you never get into deep sleep when you’re on sleeping pills, and that impairs our detoxification, our serotonin production, melatonin production, how we detoxify from estrogen… The list goes on and I’ve written so much about it so we don’t even need to talk about the benefits of sleep.

Magdalena:
Let me ask you this, as I’m hearing you talk about… Does it matter what kind of equipment you use to play that music?

Michael:
Now that’s a great question, and the answer is absolutely not. Here’s why. Again, instead of frufru, I actually have the documented research, now you can see the live blood cells in the 3D thermographic brain scan. It’s kind of like, here’s your brain, here’s your brain on Wholetones. You can watch it with your own eyes and see it instead of somebody just writing about it. A lot of people ask me all these questions like, do I need to wear headphones, do I need to wear it in… It doesn’t matter and I’ll tell you why. It’s really cool.

Michael:
Like other therapies, if something’s been proven to work on a cellular level, then you realize that Whole Tones, basically the audible part is really about 10% importance. What’s really important is what’s happening in vitro. When you are doing a live blood cell and you’re watching what happens when the music starts and you’re seeing the cells in your blood in real time change. That’s what the big deal is. So, I tell people, don’t worry about if it’s great equipment, not so great equipment, it’s going to work as long as the frequency is there, as long as it’s… Even when women are cleaning the house, what if I turn on the vacuum cleaner, I say, go ahead; what if I am not sitting in the room, I said as long as there’s a little bit of audio. Even on a scale of 1 to 10 on the dial, one. It could be in the background with your kids at home. And your pets, if you have dogs that have separation anxiety or dogs that freak out when it thunders or lightning’s or fireworks on the Fourth of July. If you leave the first frequency, 396, on while you go out or while that’s happening, they will not freak out, they will not shake, they will lay in their bed and they’ll fall asleep. It’s awesome.

Magdalena:
Yeah, yeah, that’s one of the things I saw with a lot of people’s reviews is having these very anxious dogs and how much the music has helped them. Michael, tell us about a story that’s the most touching for you that you always remember about how music and frequency have helped them.

Michael:
There is so many that I get every single day. I got one just today that I think it might be worth it because this is more for the demographic that you’re with. This one is from a woman named Robin McLaughlin, she said “For the past two years I’ve suffered from extreme hormonal imbalances along with menopause. As a result, physiological panic attacks, adrenal wake ups, and a whole host of other disturbing symptoms. I’ve been employing a natural approach with diet, herbs, tinctures, natural progesterone along with exercise, yoga, essential oils. While I have been slowly on the mend, it has been very slow and I have felt stuck both physically and spiritually. I teach piano for a living and have been taking a long sabbatical because my symptoms became so severe. After two days of listening to Wholetones, I feel inspired to get moving and start teaching music again. I’m resting better, sleeping better. I know I’m being healed from the inside out, spiritually and physically. I started reading daily scriptures again with Whole Tones playing most of the day. I find it very calming and I don’t want to turn the music off. I’m confident that the hormonal, adrenal imbalance is diminishing and will soon be a distant memory. Panic and anxiety are no longer my constant companions. I feel more of a sense of calm and well being with each passing day.”

Michael:
I get maybe 100 of those every morning. What I do every day, I get up, I get my coffee, I get my kleenex because not only women, but a lot of women, but people in general, like you said, when that many people contact you or when you have hundreds of these coming in, it moves you. It means, hey I might not have all of the answers but I’m doing something to make people’s lives a little bit better.

Magdalena:
Yeah, awesome. Another question that comes up, I have seen this with food, with herbs, with different therapies, and it points back to something called bio-individuality where every person is a little different. People, for example, with trauma, some people respond really well to EMDR, and another person will get a lot of relief, not from EMDR, it didn’t do anything for them, but they start tapping and they get this revelation. The same thing with food, in food we have this term, paradoxical response, and this happens with drugs as well, it happens with herbs, Ashwagandha for example, for some people it can be a really wonderful pick me up throughout the day. Puts me to sleep, and a lot of other people too. So different responses to the same stimuli, to the same substance. Do you see paradoxical responses to music. So, for example, you’ve written stuff for sleep, do you find that a person might be actually feeling particularly awake?

Michael:
With most of the sleep ones, honestly, I have to say that the newest project, Wholetones 2Sleep has been pretty much sonic Valium. That one’s pretty much been across the line, everybody’s like… Just to give your listeners an idea, this helped, I do stuff that’s really stupid sometimes, and I don’t mind telling people. I had a listening party for the new project, not thinking. So I have a room full of people, I put the music on and in five minutes, everybody’s like this. It’s like the most exciting party in the whole world, I put a whole room to sleep in five minutes, you see what I mean? So, that one, yes. The other one, totally. You’ll put on a certain frequency and somebody will say, that one made me feel energized and I’ll say, whoa, that’s funny because I took a nap. So yeah, with some of the original seven frequencies, I do find some of the paradoxical response.

Magdalena:
We have a link down below to get the sleeping that comes in what? Is it a DVD, CD, or online downloads?

Michael:
All of the above and more.

Magdalena:
Okay.

Michael:
You can get the digital download, you can actually get the hard copy, and by the time that all of your friends are seeing this, we’re actually going to have a device that sounds like a Bose wave radio that’s very affordable. All you do is turn it on, it does everything. It sits by your bedside.

Magdalena:
Like a preloaded basically.

Michael:
It’s a powered speaker. Yeah.

Magdalena:
Right, perfect. Okay, that solves it. That way you can power down your phone, your cell phone, and not…

Michael:
Perfect. Yeah.

Magdalena:
Yeah, that’s great. And then I would also want to put a link for other things. Not everybody has a problem with sleep, in fact, I will tell you that for so many women who have made dietary changes, their sleep has significantly improved, so much so that I actually circulated around my team and I’m like, I want you guys to try it out and everybody was like, give me something else because no one had a sleeping problem anymore. I’m also going to put in the link for the other frequencies that you have, the different applications of the sounds as well so people can pick and chose whatever they

Magdalena:
Can we talk a little bit about what you started telling me just before we started recording, about menopause and how menopause can be helped with frequency. And I just want to do a little caveat here, that can help tremendous like what Michael is gonna talk about and if it doesn’t or if only works somewhat, then you’ve gotta look at other things. We always talk about hot flashes, get off caffeine, minimize your gluten and sugar, you’re gonna find profound differences in how you feel. Bringing that in as another tool, I think is wonderful, but I just don’t want anyone, Michael, to think that this is a tool, like a Tylenol. I take that one pill while I’m living a toxic life, eating really crappy food, and then expecting the miracle to happen right there and then. For some people, bless them, might happen. For others, it really works in combination with how you take care of yourself and many other avenues.

Magdalena:
So let’s talk about the frequency and the menopause symptoms.

Michael:
Yeah, sure. I, again, being one of those rare, amazingly happily married man for 31 years, when my wife started to have some unraveling issues, at first I didn’t know what was going on and she didn’t know what was going on. I think this is really good for your listeners, especially those that married. A lot of terrible things happen in a relational way when this can happen, on either side, andropause or menopause. At first, I felt rejection and I felt like, oh my god, what’s going on, I’m losing my best friend. Then, the narcissism makes way to realism that, oh my god, as weird as this is for me, she’s losing it, she feels like melted wax. She can’t lose weight, she’s unhappy. So then it was really awesome for me, I’m just giving you a backdrop of what happened. For me, as a man, I always obviously loved women but I had a greater empathy for women especially that are going through menopause because I realized that they’re the miserable ones. They’re living in a haunted house. It really helped me stretch as a person and as a man. It also pushed me to try to find out why this particular frequency had such an ability to help with the balancing of hormones.

Michael:
Like I said at the beginning, I never tell people just buy this and it’s the cure for everything. For some people it is. For other people, it’s just another tool in the toolbox. With that being said, I realized with Lil, you don’t think sometimes. You make this for other people and then you’re going through something and it’s like, hey dummy, why don’t you put that on for yourself. I have to turn it on for her and I realized when it was playing that emotionally she was really, really, really good. Then, when the 528 thing started happening that I mentioned earlier on the broadcast, that was such a wake-up call for me because I realized that this stuff does what I say it does in the book. When the people get the book, they’ll see that when I go into detail on what each of those frequencies does in a physiological way, that’s exactly where it works. It’s not rocket science, it’s science-science. That’s gonna stimulate that.

Michael:
If somebody’s dealing with… As you know better than anyone, it’s such a delicate balance, the fact that humans even have any control into balancing such a colossal system, is amazing, but you are. I am realizing, and I also found out with Lilian, besides the fact that she was getting help by the frequencies, but moreover, it was explaining to me why these people were having such an adverse reaction to that particular frequency because it was overstimulating the hormones to the point where all of their levels were being exacerbated and it wasn’t really helping the problem so they were able to do what we do with anything else, take it way, way down until it doesn’t bother you anymore. And then, like I said, a month later I get all of this amazing, I’m still getting amazing emails, I have a bunch of it here on the desk from women that said, oh my god, I’ve never felt what I’m feeling right now. No agitation, my husband isn’t making me angry when he comes home from work, I’m sleeping eight hours a day and not waking up, my hot flashes are gone.

Michael:
No matter what happened, that to me is the win-win because I walked through that with Lily for four years and it was super, super hard. I’ll also say that along with your diet and along with a lot of what you’ve written in your book and finding a qualified doctor that really understands bioidentical hormones the right way, makes a quantum difference too and it’s helped my wife. I got my friend back, she’s normal and feels great in her skin again.

Magdalena:
Yeah, well thanks for sharing this. Actually, what’s you’re describing, the getting into that kind of hormonal storm, that’s very much the initial phase, the phase before menopause, and that’s perimenopause. That’s even more disconcerting because you’re going from having a cycle and normality to some degree to suddenly, a total storm when normal is not a term anymore. That’s very concerning. That’s when we start having a lot of fears of is it cancer, am I going mental, is that the Alzheimer’s that runs in my family. All these are coming up and you don’t know what the heck is going on. So that’s wonderful. The reviews that I’m seeing on Amazon is everything from kids becoming much calmer, instead of being triggered by the usual thing that the spouse would say, are not responding to things anymore, just absolutely wonderful. It’s really, really intriguing. I’ve been listening to a little bit a home. I’ll be honest, I’ve been so busy with my book launch and doing podcast after podcast that, sometimes you wanna just be present with the music and in all honesty I just have not had the time to do that. And I fall asleep in less than seven minutes, more like three minutes. And I don’t wake up in the middle of the night, so sleeping is not my issue, but it’s quite amazing what your community is saying about the results of…

Magdalena:
So, truly inspiring. We’re gonna have links, you can get Michael’s stuff, which is either the sleep program or we’ll put another link up for the different conditions with the frequencies. It’s so fascinating, you have different frequencies for the different conditions there to help people, so that’s awesome.

Magdalena:
Michael, what are some of your final thoughts that you want to impart before we wrap up.

Michael:
Yeah, the one thing that you were just mentioning were all relegated to one frequency and I think that’s fascinating, and it was 639 and it has to do with relationships. It’s such a big deal, especially with women who are married and are going through this and everything goes tornado. 639 hertz is called The Bridge and it’s called The Bridge for a reason. It makes a place of commonality where we can get on the same page for a minute. That frequency when it plays, if you have children, for example, that are fighting all day long and driving you crazy, if you put that on, you’ll watch, they’re fighting over a toy and one kid just looks and hands the other one the toy and the fight’s over. Spouses, the same thing. I noticed that huge in our family when we were going through the hardest part is that particular frequency, if I had the cognizance to turn it on in time, it stopped a lot of what could’ve been really horrible arguments during that time.

Michael:
I think the takeaway from me today is, first of all, is that knowing what I’m sharing really isn’t new, it’s very, very old, but it isn’t a topic that was commonly understood, I would say. Frequency and what frequency actually is. There have been movies called frequency and they were dramas and whatever. Actually what it is, what it does, how it affects us, how like breathing air, it’s a component and a function that if there were no frequencies there would be no life. Even your heart, the electrical impulse that keeps your heart beating properly is a frequency. I guess that’s the most important thing, is to tell your listeners and your friends, that there is a lot of science out there but it’s not a topic that has gained a lot of media because people didn’t really understand what it was. So I hope my book as well… The book is a lot of fun. I don’t know if you read it yet but it doesn’t take very long to read it, you can read it on one segment of a flight, but I’ve really demystified a lot of the heavy information there to make it palpable for people to understand.

Magdalena:
That’s great. Well, thank you so much for being here. Learning something new every day and that’s just really awesome just to be bringing in additional tools to the toolbox called hormone balance, which can be complex.

Magdalena:
Alright you guys, links are down below the video, whether you’re watching it on Facebook or we’ll do a blog post about it as well, so all of that is gonna be right down below the video.

Magdalena:
Great having you, Michael. Hit up everybody, try it out. For a pretty low investment, this is something that can be really so transformative in our life. Something should be shared with as well. Even experimenting with that at the party, not using the sleep ones of course.

Michael:
Right. It’s a lot of fun, it really is.

Magdalena:
One thing comes to mind, is a lot of times when we have Thanksgiving, Christmas coming up, whatever Jewish holidays and when you have families that are typically in a mode of feuds, but also when we change our diet and we go to a family… A lot of women get attacked for that, saying oh is that another fad diet. So some people really dread going to these type of family events, that I’m thinking, gosh, next time bring that speaker with you, play the sounds.

Michael:
You’re reading my mind. That’s why I was giggling because that’s exactly when it’s really noticeable is family functions, Thanksgiving, Christmas is a big one. You always have the uncle or the aunt that always causes trouble. It’s a different experience.

Magdalena:
Awesome, Michael. Great to have you here. To happy healing everyone!

Michael:
Yeah, be whole. Thank you!

 

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Rhythmic auditory stimulation is effective in rehabilitation of those with acquired brain injury (Bradt, Magee, Dileo, Wheeler, & McGilloway, 2010). VA participants who received rhythmic auditory stimulation, a Neurologic Music Therapy technique, following strokes improved their one-limb stance, cadence, velocity, stride-length, and posture significantly more than control participants (Hayden, Clair, Johnson, & Otto, 2009).

Rhythmic cueing delivered through the auditory system can facilitate improved motor control and motor output following injury (Malcom, Lavine, Kenyon, Massie, & Thaut, 2008). Rhythmic auditory stimulation resulted in better gait training gains than NDT/Bobath training in persons with hemiparetic strokes (Thaut et al., 2007).

Rhythmic auditory stimulation facilitated improved gait speed, stride length, and gait speed, which carried over for up to 15 minutes following training (Hausdorf et al., 2007).

Participants with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) experienced greater reductions in symptoms with music therapy than with cognitive behavioral therapy (Carr et al., 2012). Music therapy interventions improve consciousness in the acute management of acquired brain injury (Meyer et al., 2010). Treatment participants with brain injury demonstrated improvements in executive function (Thaut et al., 2009).

Active engagement in music therapy reduces psychomotor agitation in patients who have severe brain injuries (Formisano et al., 2001). Music during coma evokes physiological reactions to sound stimuli that regulate cardiovascular and cortical rhythms to promote consciousness (Aldridge, 1996). Brain injured patients in a vegetative state can initiate pillow-pressing responses to turn on preferred recorded music (Boyle, 1994).

A music therapy protocol for patients who had strokes and dysarthria increased their maximum phonation time, fundamental frequency, and average intensity after treatment (Kim & Jo, 2013).

Group music therapy improved singing quality, and voice range while speaking quality was maintained in persons with Parkinson’s disease (Elefant, Baker, Lotan, Lagesen, & Skeie, 2011).

Music therapy for persons with nonfluent aphasia demonstrated singing strengthens breathing and vocal ability, improves articulation and speech prosody, and increases verbal and nonverbal communication (Tomaino, 2012).

Music and language are linked in the structural patterns and brain processing in those with aphasia (Patel, 2005). Persons with TBI who participated in a music therapy singing intervention gained vocal range, experienced improved mood, and had better affective intonation (Baker, Wigram, & Gold, 2005).

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