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triggering cell immunity - part 6 - scalar warfare, pandemics and soul signatures

Triggering Cell Immunity - Part 6 - Scalar Warfare, Pandemics and Soul Signatures

By Peter Farley www.4truthseekers. org

The work of Wilhelm Reich hints at the wealth of unshared information about the free energy available to us all `if we only knew'. It's the very same situation with health, drugs and healing. Music is not only one of the greatest influences on Mankind, IT IS the greatest influence if we only knew it only its effects are most often so subtle that we don't even recognize the fact.

The hope of music's healing powers - March 01, 2010|By Melissa Healy - L.A. Times

"Yes, yes, it hath charms to soothe a savage breast (or beast, if you prefer to repeat a common mistake). But researchers are finding that music may be an effective balm for many other afflictions: the isolation of conditions such as autism and Alzheimer's disease, the disability that results from stroke, the physical stress of entering the world too early.

"The hope of music's curative powers has spawned a community in the United States of some 5,000 registered music therapists, who have done post-college study in psychology and music to gain certification. Active primarily in hospitals, nursing homes, special needs classrooms and rehabilitation units, music therapists aim to soothe, stimulate and support the development or recovery of abilities lost to illness or injury. . . "

Howard Richman has 11 free tips to Using Music for Transformation & Healing http://www.soundfee lings.com/ free/music_ healing.htm
These 11 tips show how to listen to music for transformation and healing and to support recovery, meditation and spiritual growth. Most particular to triggering cell immunity through the use of selected musical pieces is sequencing, what Richman calls `entrainment' - "All music can be healing especially when it is played in sequence using the entrainment principle.

1 - Select Appropriate Music.

Most of us choose music that we "like" but will this give us the best results? In fact, often the music we are least attracted to will have the greatest benefit (when played in the right sequence). Let's say you are very angry. So your first instinct is to put on some really angry music. Does it really help, or does it kind of perpetuate how you feel? Yet, on the other hand if you play some light and happy music, by comparison to how you are currently feeling, it will probably make you feel angrier! As you see, selecting music is not a simple one-shot process.

2 - Consider Music Sequencing.

Sometimes it is necessary to first choose music that totally matches your current mood rather than the mood you wish to acquire. Consider arranging a series of different musical compositions in sequence that are customized just for your needs. For example, if you are dealing with depression, select a composition which represents depression in its extreme form, to you. Follow this with one that is only mildly depressing. Then select a neutral composition, and end with a composition which is clearly uplifting and motivating. Listening to music in a sequence like this allows for your current stress level or mood to be first honored and then to be gradually transformed.

3 - Speakers Are Ideal.

It is ideal to listen to the music through speakers rather than headphones so that the cells of the entire body themselves may "listen" to the sound.

4 - Prepare Yourself to Listen.

Take off your shoes. Stand relaxed, sit or lie down and breathe.

5 Listen All the Way Through.

It is preferable to listen to the musical composition all the way through, without interruption. This allows for the optimum response to the transformation process.

6 - Foreground, Not Background.

We all have the tendency to use music for the background of other activities. Try developing the technique of just listening to the music, not doing anything else. This way, you will get the best benefit.

7 - Your Response is What is Important.

It is through your response that the emotional/cellular memory may be released. Do not think that you have to just stay still and concentrate on the music! In fact, if the music inspires you to get up and do something or your mind begins to wander, allow, allow, allow! Allow all responses without judgment. On the other hand, do not begin listening to the music while you are already doing other unrelated activities. The important thing is to let the music embrace you totally.

8 - Listen Actively, Not Passively.

Allow the music to reach your inner feeling, and respond freely to it. Everyone has a different manner of expression. You may experience visual images, thoughts, movement, an intensification of emotion, physical vibrations, sleep, or nothing at all.

9 - Observe Mind/Body Connection.

A lot of research has been done recently showing that there is a definite connection between the mind and the body. (Actually this refers to the emotions too but it sounds succinct to say "mind/body." ) Even though music healing is often related to relaxation and emotional issues, there is the likelihood that this indirectly could have a benefit on physical illnesses as well.

10 - Enjoy the Silence!

When the music stops, it is suggested that you bask in the silence for many moments. This will help integrate the feelings.

11 - Use a Journal.

If you wish to record your progress in a journal, it can be helpful, but not necessary.

2010-10-18