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Quality sound, the right frequencies and timing can change your state of consciousness. Listening to and being in the presence of good quality sound promotes engagement, resulting in a felt experience that is greater than just "hearing". It stimulates self-healing and provides the opportunity to feel inexplicable new states of being. This way, sound is the purest form of “vibrational therapy”.

Changing your state
of consciousness
alters what you feel
and how you feel


The Felt Experience of Sound

Our physical and energetic systems naturally relax into what feels good/right when it comes to sound, we tend to contract away from or reject that which is not “natural” from our body’s perspective. Good sound, like being out in nature, opens us up to healing yet we are surrounded nearly everywhere by bad sound, which is cheap and easily accessible.

Good sound benefits us at
physical, energetic &
spiritual levels


Sound Healing is Multi-dimensional

NeuroSound's specific frequencies and sonic scapes bypass the egoic thinking mind making it easier to feel joy in the real you. Inner freedom means no more mind spinning or getting hijacked by emotions. You can relax at core level as you process and release without revisiting all that has been causing stuckness and resistance at a subconscious level.

NeuroSound invites your
whole being to relax
into healing, so there
is nothing to fear


NeuroSound for Inner Freedom

The Power of Pure Sound
brings your whole being in harmony

spiritual - energetic - physical

Experts on Mind Body Connection

"Sound is able to influence the core balance and functioning of the brain and central nervous system as a whole. You're orchestrating all the powers the brain has for healing."
"Using sound , it is possible to make profound changes in brainwave patterns and states of consciousness, observable on brainwave mapping equipment, as well as positive changes in the body, measureable with blood tests, biofeedback etc... "
You can look at disease as a form of disharmony. And there's no organ system in the body that's not affected by sound and music and vibration.
"Beyond and adjunct to conventional medicine, sound healing relaxes patients...they have lower stress hormones, stronger immune systems and better tools to cope with psychological and physical effects of disease and treatment"
Exposure to sound and music causes the brain to release neurotransmitters, like serotonin that send biological messages from our brain to our cells.
Music has been shown to help  Parkinsons patients regain motor and speech skills; to help ease pain and calm difficult emotions; to speed up and improve recovery for post-surgery patients; to improve brain function, stabilize moods and enhance creativity
Optimal breath rate around 6 breaths per minute brings a shift in autonomic nervous system toward...increased levels of calmness and relaxation
Corroborated by Tibetan monks, yogis and buddhist meditators, HeartMath  Institute research also finds regulating the breath cycle to 6 breaths per minute brings the heart and the brain into coherence at 0.1 Hz. This is nature's timing of mind-body connection for healing.
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“We were hoping for some effect, but we didn’t expect it to be this dramatic. By every metric — speed of movement, step rate, stride length, step symmetry — this approach [using music] outperformed standard gait training, a form of physical therapy often used in stroke rehab. The cerebellum, a section toward the back of the organ that operates as an optimization system for the whole brain, is part of the large network activated in a precise, synchronized way by music.”


Dr. Michael Thaut, University of Toronto Rehabilitation Sciences Institute

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Get a feel for

Listen to the sound of river flow with 1. the left ear frequency only (you can hear one pulse F1), 2. has the right ear frequency only (a different pulse F2). Track 3. has both left and right pulses that combines by difference (F2-F1) in your brain to create a dominant "felt" beat frequency that matches the earth resonance of 7.83 Hz. This Schumann frequency, on its own, is below our hearing threshold, but your two brain hemispheres create the illusion of this vibration (like a standing wave in your cranium) that your ears do not "hear". The first 3 tracks of this playlist require headphones. The last track is designed to provide a beneficial effect over speakers.


Learn More about Earth's Schumann Resonance Here

NeuroSound for Inner Freedom

Harmony, Flow & Balance

Co-dependency, enmeshment, inferiority, abdication of self-identity


inherent nature, self-validation, healthy interdependence

Congruence, Calm & Clarity

Inner chaos, turmoil, anxiety, self-doubt


inner truth, flexibility, realignment

Connection, Inspiration & Expression

repression, self-damage, fragmentation, disconnection


wholeness, inner independence, belonging

Empowerment, Freedom & Joy

Helplessness, overwhelm, compulsions, grief, guilt


emotional processing, forgiveness, self-honouring

Passion, Intention & Action

Passivity, avoidance, inertia, despair, withdrawal


expression, certainty, safety, adaptability

Determination, Compassion, Gentleness

aggression, rigidity, isolation, self-rejection/sabotage


self-care, self-love, kindness


The Ear and The Voice, A.A. Tomatis, 2005, Scarecrow Press

The Conscious Ear: My Life of Transformation Through Listening, A.A. Tomatis, M. Ferguson, 1992

Strong Experiences with Music, A, Gabrielsson, 2011, Oxford University Press


Brain and Music, Stefan Koelsch, Wiley-Blackwell Publisher 2012

Investigating Emotion With Music: An fMRI Study, Stefan Koelsch,* Thomas Fritz, et al, Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences, Leipzig, Germany 2005

Relationships Between Musical Structure and Psychophysiological Measures of Emotion,  P. Gomez, B. Danuser, 2005, American Psychological Association

Favouring emotional processing in improvisational music therapy through resonance frequency breathing, O.Brabant et al, 2017, Nordic Journal of Music Therapy

How quantum brain biology can rescue conscious free will, S. Hameroff, Oct 2012, Frontiers Intergrative Neuroscience

Physiological measures regress onto acoustic and perceptual features of soundscapes. P. Lindborg, G. Luck, O. Brabant, 2013, Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Music Emotion (ICME3)

Musical Timbre Perception, Stephen McAdam, Psychology of Music, McGill University, Montreal, Dec 2013

Frequencies of Inaudible High-Frequency Sounds Differentially Affect Brain Activity: Positive and Negative Hypersonic Effects, A. Fukushima et al, PLOS one April 2014

From Sound to Significance: Exploring the Mechanisms Underlying Emotional Reactions to Music, Goncalo Barradas, Durham University, American Journal of Psychology, Aug 2015

The Effects of MP3 Compression on Emotional Characteristics, Ronald Mo et al, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Sep 2016

Brain processing of consonance/dissonance in musicians and controls: A hemispheric asymmetry revisited, A. Proverbio et al, 2016, European Journal of  Neuroscience

Music and Noise: Same or Different? What Our Body Tells Us, Mark Reybrouck et al, Frontiers in Psychology, Jun 2019

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