THE HUMAN SYMPHONY

HEALING WITH SOUND AND VIBRATION

The Human Symphony compares the human body to an orchestra. Like an orchestra, the body has many players who must be in tune with one another. When the players are harmoniously in tune, the result is a joyous symphony. When the body’s natural rhythms are in tune and vibrating in harmony, we have good health, energy, and vitality. When our body rhythms are out of tune, our health is impaired. Each body system has its own tone, its own rhythm, its own harmony, and together they sing the human symphony.

The natural rhythms of the body can be restored with sound or vibration. The ancient origins of sound healing are outlined by Dr. Wieder and the basis of modern sound therapy is reviewed. Every thing in the universe vibrates and has its own vibrational frequency. The author describes how she explored the vibrational frequencies of first the spine, and then the entire human body. She discovered that tuning forks can restore the natural harmonic resonance of vertebrae. When treating clients she found tuning forks awkward to work with, so she came up with the idea of developing an electronic tuning fork that could provide the desired frequencies. With the help of a talented and creative electronic designer, a functional electronic tuning fork was produced and marketed.

Dr. Wieder clearly describes in detail how to use the electronic tuning fork and muscle testing in vibration therapy. Muscle testing is an important element in finding and treating dysfunctions of the body. Case histories provide examples of using the electronic turning fork for treating various ailments. The final chapter takes a look at future research in sound and vibration therapy.

BOOK REVIEWS

Thought-provoking and Valuable Resource

Dr. Wieder has gifted us with an exciting and versatile new therapeutic tool, and a thought-provoking book to make it accessible. Surveying the ever-present music of the cosmos, from the far reaches of the galaxies to the infinitesimal rhythms that animate every living cell, she provides a lyrical and comprehensive foundation for the premise that sound can be used to influence and balance the human body/mind. She reviews the long and colorful history of healing traditions that utilize vibrational energy, as well as modern therapeutic disciplines that work with the symphony of frequencies that regulate the healthy functioning of living organisms.

harmonic_resonatorAgainst this wide-ranging background, Dr. Wieder introduces her “electronic tuning fork,” an extension of her earlier work with steel tuning forks to treat dysfunctions arising from malalignments of the human vertebrae. Her new, more adaptable device produces a range of frequencies that can be applied not only to the spine, but also to other vital organs and to the subtle energy centers of the body. As with the tuning forks, Dr. Wieder uses her HARMONIC RESONATOR in conjunction with muscle testing to determine which body parts require treatment, and for how long.

To the uninitiated, it may seem far-fetched to claim that the application of tuned sounds can relieve a wide range of symptoms, both physical and mental. The brief but impressive case histories show that clients of all ages, with a variety of problems, have responded to treatment with the Harmonic Resonator. In a provocative final chapter, Dr. Wieder speculates about future applications of the device in healing and research.

The Human Symphony is a valuable resource for anyone interested in vibrational healing, and an indispensable guide for practitioners exploring the potential of the Harmonic Resonator in their own work.

Kathy Goss
Coauthor, The Complete Book of Homeopathy, Maximum Immunity

A Must-read for Anyone Interested

In Vibrational Patterns

I purchased this book as a way of continuing my quest to understand deeper and deeper levels of vibration and the healing, therapeutic, and inspiring aspects and applications of it. Dr. June Leslie Wieder really delivers with a stimulating read which covers everything from fish sounds and the Milky Way Blues to neural oscillations, theta waves, and denticulate ligaments. “The Human Symphony” resonates with useful information, densely packed and presented in a progressively complex yet logical style. A must-read for sound healers or just anyone fascinated with vibrational patterns!

Lee Alan Nolan
Master of Music- Piano Performance

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Table of Contents

My Journey
1 The Human Symphony
2 Harmonic History
3 Vibration, Resonance, and Harmonics
4 Resonances of the Body
5 Tuning Forks
6 Electronic Tuning Forks
7 Muscle Testing
8 Using the Harmonic Resonator
9 Case Studies
10 Waves of the Future

Excerpt from CHAPTER 1

THE HUMAN SYMPHONY

“As Above, So Below….”
                 – Hermes Trismegistus

The heavens sing the music of the spheres. The distant stars sing like very large instruments with finely tuned notes. Our galaxy’s gases sing jazz-like songs, and our bodies sing many tunes that harmoniously create a beautiful human symphony.

Our cosmos is filled with a cacophony of static, noises, sounds, and rhythms. A whole new dimension to our universe is being revealed by advancements in astronomy. We can now listen to the sizzling and hissing of our sun in its quiet phase, and hear the alarming roars when our star spews huge ejections into space.

We can hear planets in our own solar system; for example, the crackling of Jovian electrical storms. We can capture sounds way outside our galaxy – we can listen to pulsars, giant supernovas, and stars in various stages of birth, growth, and death. Our universe is alive with many different tones and rhythms that continually change.

All matter, living and non-living, vibrates – atomic particles, molecules, crystals, living cells, organs, bodies, and the entire Earth vibrate. Thus, the vibration of every thing and every living thing can be characterized by a wave, a series of waves, or by rhythms.

Symphony of the Stars

Do stars really sing? Is there a music of the spheres? Recently scientists have discovered….

THE HUMAN SYMPHONY

HEALING WITH SOUND AND VIBRATION

The Human Symphony compares the human body to an orchestra. Like an orchestra, the body has many players who must be in tune with one another. When the players are harmoniously in tune, the result is a joyous symphony. When the body’s natural rhythms are in tune and vibrating in harmony, we have good health, energy, and vitality. When our body rhythms are out of tune, our health is impaired. Each body system has its own tone, its own rhythm, its own harmony, and together they sing the human symphony.

The natural rhythms of the body can be restored with sound or vibration. The ancient origins of sound healing are outlined by Dr. Wieder and the basis of modern sound therapy is reviewed. Every thing in the universe vibrates and has its own vibrational frequency. The author describes how she explored the vibrational frequencies of first the spine, and then the entire human body. She discovered that tuning forks can restore the natural harmonic resonance of vertebrae. When treating clients she found tuning forks awkward to work with, so she came up with the idea of developing an electronic tuning fork that could provide the desired frequencies. With the help of a talented and creative electronic designer, a functional electronic tuning fork was produced and marketed.

Dr. Wieder clearly describes in detail how to use the electronic tuning fork and muscle testing in vibration therapy. Muscle testing is an important element in finding and treating dysfunctions of the body. Case histories provide examples of using the electronic turning fork for treating various ailments. The final chapter takes a look at future research in sound and vibration therapy.

BOOK REVIEWS

Thought-provoking and Valuable Resource

Dr. Wieder has gifted us with an exciting and versatile new therapeutic tool, and a thought-provoking book to make it accessible. Surveying the ever-present music of the cosmos, from the far reaches of the galaxies to the infinitesimal rhythms that animate every living cell, she provides a lyrical and comprehensive foundation for the premise that sound can be used to influence and balance the human body/mind. She reviews the long and colorful history of healing traditions that utilize vibrational energy, as well as modern therapeutic disciplines that work with the symphony of frequencies that regulate the healthy functioning of living organisms.

harmonic_resonatorAgainst this wide-ranging background, Dr. Wieder introduces her “electronic tuning fork,” an extension of her earlier work with steel tuning forks to treat dysfunctions arising from malalignments of the human vertebrae. Her new, more adaptable device produces a range of frequencies that can be applied not only to the spine, but also to other vital organs and to the subtle energy centers of the body. As with the tuning forks, Dr. Wieder uses her HARMONIC RESONATOR in conjunction with muscle testing to determine which body parts require treatment, and for how long.

To the uninitiated, it may seem far-fetched to claim that the application of tuned sounds can relieve a wide range of symptoms, both physical and mental. The brief but impressive case histories show that clients of all ages, with a variety of problems, have responded to treatment with the Harmonic Resonator. In a provocative final chapter, Dr. Wieder speculates about future applications of the device in healing and research.

The Human Symphony is a valuable resource for anyone interested in vibrational healing, and an indispensable guide for practitioners exploring the potential of the Harmonic Resonator in their own work.

Kathy Goss
Coauthor, The Complete Book of Homeopathy, Maximum Immunity

A Must-read for Anyone Interested

In Vibrational Patterns

I purchased this book as a way of continuing my quest to understand deeper and deeper levels of vibration and the healing, therapeutic, and inspiring aspects and applications of it. Dr. June Leslie Wieder really delivers with a stimulating read which covers everything from fish sounds and the Milky Way Blues to neural oscillations, theta waves, and denticulate ligaments. “The Human Symphony” resonates with useful information, densely packed and presented in a progressively complex yet logical style. A must-read for sound healers or just anyone fascinated with vibrational patterns!

Lee Alan Nolan
Master of Music- Piano Performance

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$20 in U.S.
$35 Outside U.S.
Free Shipping

Buy now with PayPal

Table of Contents

My Journey
1 The Human Symphony
2 Harmonic History
3 Vibration, Resonance, and Harmonics
4 Resonances of the Body
5 Tuning Forks
6 Electronic Tuning Forks
7 Muscle Testing
8 Using the Harmonic Resonator
9 Case Studies
10 Waves of the Future

Excerpt from CHAPTER 1

THE HUMAN SYMPHONY

“As Above, So Below….”
                 – Hermes Trismegistus

The heavens sing the music of the spheres. The distant stars sing like very large instruments with finely tuned notes. Our galaxy’s gases sing jazz-like songs, and our bodies sing many tunes that harmoniously create a beautiful human symphony.

Our cosmos is filled with a cacophony of static, noises, sounds, and rhythms. A whole new dimension to our universe is being revealed by advancements in astronomy. We can now listen to the sizzling and hissing of our sun in its quiet phase, and hear the alarming roars when our star spews huge ejections into space.

We can hear planets in our own solar system; for example, the crackling of Jovian electrical storms. We can capture sounds way outside our galaxy – we can listen to pulsars, giant supernovas, and stars in various stages of birth, growth, and death. Our universe is alive with many different tones and rhythms that continually change.

All matter, living and non-living, vibrates – atomic particles, molecules, crystals, living cells, organs, bodies, and the entire Earth vibrate. Thus, the vibration of every thing and every living thing can be characterized by a wave, a series of waves, or by rhythms.

Symphony of the Stars

Do stars really sing? Is there a music of the spheres? Recently scientists have discovered….