the use of neuroacoustics in sound therapy

Edgar Cayce, famously known as the “Sleeping Prophet,” once made a fascinating prediction. He stated, “In the future, people will exclusively be treated with sound.”

He believed that one day all the therapies we know today will be replaced by just one – sound therapy.

Imagine a world where scientific breakthroughs don’t happen overnight. They’re built on years of research and small, steady steps. That’s how we discovered neuroacoustics, a fascinating field that’s all about how sound affects us – not just our brains, but our entire bodies.

Neuroacoustics through the Ages

Early Christians were aware of the healing power of sound. In the first millennium, when medicine was still developing, patients (then called “relaxed”) were often treated by isolation, which was practically the only way to nurse someone back to health.

Church hymns and psalms were sung over the patient. Unbeknownst to many, these hymns contained frequencies that unconsciously promoted healing.

Both Catholic and Orthodox Christian churches used acoustic techniques that had profound effects. For example, the choirs in these churches sang in slightly different tones, creating a slight frequency difference between the right and left sides of the choir.

This effect, amplified by the acoustics of the church, gave people standing in the center of the church an almost otherworldly experience. This was essentially an early form of binaural rhythm achieved by the unique acoustics of the church.

church uses acoustic techniques

It’s obvious that the builders of these churches knew the secrets of sound’s effect on consciousness, for which modern science has found ample evidence.

Consider the fact that ancient temples often resonated at frequencies around 110-111Hz, which modern studies have shown to have healing and rejuvenating effects on the body.

It’s clear that ancient architects were aware of this frequency and its effects, and they skillfully incorporated this knowledge into their designs.

The ancient Egyptians were also well versed in the healing properties of sound, as evidenced by the solfeggio frequencies, which are known for their healing effects.

In the 19th and 20th centuries, scientists began to study the effects of frequencies on the human body. One notable researcher was Dr. Rife, who was instrumental in the development of bioresonance therapy.

Born in 1888 and educated at Johns Hopkins University, Dr. Rife made significant advances in several fields, including optics, electronics, biochemistry, and even aviation.

He is considered the pioneer of bioresonance medicine. Despite his remarkable successes, modern medicine, which often focuses on pharmacological treatments, has only partially recognized his achievements.

In 1922, Dr. Rife turned his attention to the study of cancer. After years of relentless work, he discovered frequencies that could destroy harmful microbes such as herpes, polio, spinal meningitis, tetanus and influenza.

One of his most significant achievements was in 1934, at the Scripps Institute in California, where he conducted clinical trials using a frequency exposure called the “death oscillation rate” on cancer cells. This treatment specifically targeted cancer cells without harming surrounding tissue.

In these trials, 14 out of 16 late-stage cancer patients were completely cured within three months, and the remaining two within six months. These results were unprecedented in conventional medicine.

Rife’s work showed that frequencies, such as 1998Hz and 2008Hz, were fatal to cancer cells. Videos on the internet demonstrate this effect under an electron microscope.

Dr. Cameron Gruner from Montreal replicated Rife’s cancer treatment experiments with similar success. It was a major breakthrough!

Today, more than a thousand of Dr. Rife’s frequency-based programs are available, offering various health benefits. Unfortunately, despite their proven effectiveness, these programs have been largely overlooked or forgotten, possibly due to interests that benefit from other forms of treatment.

However, science continues to advance. Recent studies on alpha frequencies and their effect on increasing heart rate variability suggest that these frequencies may extend life.

woman listening to a neuroacoustics meditation program

Regular use of meditation programs that include alpha rhythms, particularly in the 9.5-10.5 Hz range, could potentially increase life expectancy by 3-9 years.

The Advanced Mind Institute uses frequencies discovered by Dr. Rife in many of its programs to address a variety of health issues. In addition to Rife’s frequencies, the Institute incorporates other clinically validated frequencies into its programs.

The Present and Future of Neuroacoustics

For years, neuroacoustics has been making some amazing discoveries, though it’s still not very well-known. For example, researchers have found that certain sound frequencies can dramatically improve our sleep.

In fact, 98% of people sleep better with this sound treatment than with traditional sleep medications. Italian scientists have also discovered that a specific sound frequency can make our hearts healthier and may even help us live longer. Despite these incredible findings, mainstream medicine still often sticks to old-school drugs.

In the U.S., a neuroacoustic scientist named Thomas Budzynski has been doing groundbreaking work. He’s developed programs that help with a range of problems, including attention deficit disorder, alcoholism, epilepsy, and schizophrenia.

Yet, his work is mostly known only in the U.S., even though it’s helping people of all ages. Elsewhere, a similar approach called the Tomatis Method, is gaining more popularity around the world.

The Advanced Mind Institute is another exciting development. It started after people watched and loved its founder’s YouTube videos, a Russian researcher named Lenni Rossolovski. In 2007, they started sharing programs on their channel, and as it grew in popularity (now with about 390,000 subscribers), they realized they needed to do more.

So, they founded this institute to create new neuroacoustic programs. These programs are designed to make people feel better overall, reduce stress, improve sleep, and even improve our immune and heart health. They use sound frequencies in a way that works with our brains to make these improvements.

What’s really cool about the Institute’s programs is that they are based on research from both the U.S. and Europe. Some of their programs are totally unique, like one based on Italian research that helps with long-term health, and another that helps with chronic pain and fibromyalgia.

These programs are getting attention not only in Russia, where the institute is based, but all over the world, including Italy. They even caught the attention of a major Italian magazine, Quantic, which wrote about them.

The Institute keeps up with the latest in sound technology, using things like amplitude sound modulation and spatial-acoustic displacement. They’ve moved past older methods like binaural rhythms.

On their website, the Institute offers free programs that allow anyone to try out the latest in neuroacoustic technology. There are meditation programs and articles that teach simple meditation techniques, to help just about anyone get into a meditative state quickly and easily.

Neuroacoustics is a field that’s really looking to the future, working to make Edgar Cayce’s prediction a reality. It’s all about using the power of sound to heal and improve our lives, and the progress being made is truly exciting.

The programs developed at the Advanced Mind Institute are designed to improve your health. You will also balance your internal state, regulate your psycho-emotional sphere, increase confidence, reduce stress, and enhance mental abilities.

Sound Technologies Used in the Advanced Mind Institute’s Programs

At the Advanced Mind Institute, researchers use a number of sound technologies that greatly enhance the effectiveness of our programs. Their descriptions provide insight into how they work.

  • Isochronic Tones

These tones are activated and deactivated several times per second. They are among the most effective neuroacoustic stimulation methods and elicit a strong response from the listener. Pure tones in the 150-180 Hz range produce the best results and are used in many of the institute’s programs.

  • Binaural Rhythms (no longer used)

This is a simple technique where one ear receives a 200 Hz frequency while the other ear receives 210 Hz. This creates a “phantom” frequency of 10 Hz that affects consciousness. We have phased out binaural sounds in favor of more advanced technologies.

  • Monaural rhythms

These rhythms are two different frequencies played through the same speaker or headphones. For example, 400 and 410 Hz frequencies are played simultaneously. This creates a third, resonant frequency of 10 Hz that affects the brain. This technique is used on a limited basis.

visual graphic of neuroacoustics sound technology

  • The Harmonic Square

A new sound technology that combines binaural and monaural rhythms to create a square pattern. For example, a 7 Hz frequency is achieved by using four frequencies: 330 Hz, 337 Hz, 351 Hz, and 344 Hz, which form a square when represented graphically. This configuration gives the technology its name, and it is used only in select Institute programs.

  • Amplitude Modulation

This commonly used technology modulates the amplitude of the sound at a specific rhythm. For example, with a 9 Hz rhythm, the amplitude of the soundtrack changes 9 times per second. It’s a key component of their programs and an integral part of the Institute’s proprietary 3M technology.

  • Spatial-Acoustic Shift Technology

Similar to amplitude modulation, this technology shifts the sound source in space. For example, an 8 Hz carrier frequency reaches the right and left ears sequentially, rather than simultaneously, creating the impression that the sound is “swimming” through the room at a certain rhythm. This technology is an integral part of the programs.

  • Frequency Panning of Musical Tone

Similar to spatial acoustic shifting, this technology changes the tone of the soundtrack several times per second. Although rarely used at the Institute due to its impact on the program audio, it is effective in certain contexts, such as nature recordings, to achieve desirable results.

  • Holophonic sound

This unique type of sound creates a three-dimensional effect. It’s recorded using special microphones placed in the ears during recording sessions. The slight delay in the sound reaching the ears creates this three-dimensional effect, which is different from stereophony. The institute is equipped to make such recordings for use in their programs.

  • Cross Modulation

A simple but effective technique in which the audio channels of the right and left ears switch places several times per second, affecting the brain. This effect, sometimes reminiscent of cricket chirps or fan blades, is used in certain programs.

  • 3M technology

This sound technology, developed by the institute, combines various techniques to process the background of the soundtrack. They typically combine amplitude modulation, volume modulation, and spatial acoustic shift technology to capture rhythms in the soundtrack.

In addition to these technologies, they also use a variety of special acoustic effects that affect awareness. These include echo, floating sound, reverb, 3D sound, background panning, and many other filters for selecting specific modulation bands.

These tools allow them to modulate sounds like the piano while preserving or altering the natural background ambience.

Any standard headphones can reproduce these sound technologies (usually modulation frequencies between 200-700 Hz), so listeners don’t need special headphones or equipment; regular stereo headphones or speakers will do.

Freely translated into English from two articles by Lenny Rossolovski


My Own Personal Experience with the Neuroacoustics Programs

The Healing Cat

As a cat lover, I was naturally drawn to ‘The Healing Cat‘ program by the Advanced Mind Institute.

The experience exceeded my expectations, providing not only a sense of deep relaxation but also a unique connection that only fellow cat enthusiasts can understand.

The subtle purring sounds and gentle rhythms created an atmosphere of peace and comfort, reminiscent of the calmness one feels when cuddling with a feline friend.

This program helped me achieve a level of relaxation and mental clarity that I hadn’t experienced in years. It’s a truly special and effective tool for anyone looking to reduce stress and find a moment of tranquility in their busy life.
You can find The Healing Cat program HERE

Sensorimotor Stimulation

After trying the Sensorimotor Stimulation program, I can confidently say that it’s a game changer. This program helped me improve my focus and physical coordination in ways I didn’t expect.

The complex sound patterns and rhythms effectively engaged my senses, resulting in improved concentration and deeper body awareness.

It’s fascinating how this program managed to align my mental and physical states, resulting in a more harmonious and balanced daily routine.

I highly recommend it to anyone who wants to improve their cognitive and sensorimotor skills. You can take a look at it HERE

Energy Therapy

My husband tried the Energy Matrix Restoration program a few months ago, and the changes in him just after a few weeks, were remarkable.

He described the experience as invigorating and deeply transformative. The program’s intricate soundscapes seemed to recharge his mental energy, resulting in increased motivation and a more positive outlook on life.

He’s been more vibrant and enthusiastic since he started the program, and it’s wonderful to see such a significant change in his overall well-being.

This program has been an invaluable tool in helping him regain most of his zest for life and face daily challenges with renewed energy after some very difficult times he’d gone through.

Click HERE for more information about the program.

Author

Tanya, a Bachelor of Music Education graduate, specializes in soundwave healing therapy and meditation. Founder of SoundHow, she combines her passions for blogging, marketing, and travel to promote holistic well-being through sound therapy.

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