I’m told I’m a great listener. That’s how I learn and develop deeper understanding. Today is World Listening Day but I wish it was for the year. With technology promoting one-sided communication, MSM hosts shouting over each other, and the rampant censorship and Cancel Culture movement that doesn’t want to hear anything anyone else has to say — we need to listen now more than ever. There’s too much NOISE!
The reward for learning to truly listen is immense. As we learn to listen, our attention is heightened and we gain healing, insight, clarity. But above all, listening creates connections and ignites a creativity that will resonate through every aspect of our lives. — Julia Cameron, The Listening Path, The Creative Art of Attention
The Power of Attentive Listening
It was through another of Julia Cameron’s books, The Artist’s Way that I first became aware of synchronicity. Now, whenever it occurs I smile whimsically at this Universal force which some also call God.
One has to listen to see it, be alert, conscious so to speak, paying attention, in the moment and not distracted…or it’s missed like a dandelion seed blowing away in the breeze. So often, synchronicity appears through a message, a book, a movie, a statement seemingly out of nowhere but its truth cuts deep to the core….there is an inner sense of knowing that is difficult to explain.
“Once you accept that it is natural to create, you can begin to accept a second idea: that the Creator will hand you whatever you need for the project. The minute you are willing to accept the help of this collaborator, you will see useful bits of help everywhere in your life. Be alert: there is a second voice, a higher harmonic, adding to and augmenting your inner creative voice. This voice frequently shows itself in synchronicity.
“Learn to accept the possibility that the universe is helping you with what you are doing. Become willing to see the hand of God and accept it as a friend’s offer to help.” — Julia Cameron
Before taking off for the summer, my walking partner offered me a few books. Taking them home to peruse, the more I read, the more mesmerized I became. Undoubtedly this exchange was synchronicity as two of the four books were keepers. But it’s The Sound of Healing – Unveiling the Phenomena of Wholetones by Michael S. Tyrrell that I want to share with you for World Listening Day.
Reverberations of Sound
You know some music makes you feel better than others, right? Some is uplifting, some sad, some calming like hang drumming or the transformative rhythms I’ve experienced in hand drumming that connect hearts and souls.
The same is true for words of kindness or condemnation…
“Music is like a hypodermic needle, a perfect vehicle to introduce its content into the human soul.” — Michael S. Tyrrell
In contemplating the link between America’s current malevolence and Death Metal or Cop Killer Rap, I’ve reached out to understand the attraction to these genres. The response is “It’s like being on edge…a frenzied energy of when you can hardly wait for something…”
The Dynamism of Frequencies
I hadn’t thought much about frequencies until reading Tyrrell’s explanation that they are vibrations of sound or light. Depending on where you are on the scientific scale, some hear the term vibration or frequency, and conjure up images of aluminum foil hats tuning in aliens, or even New Agers‘ light while others envision the Gamma Knife’s powerful light for intricate brain surgeries. (I think in Nature’s terms of thunder and lightening.)
The green-yellow lushness of the plant kingdom offers its own good vibrations through its frequency (A=444 Hz or C5=528 Hz) that counteracts emotional distress and social aggression.
Now you know why you feel better in nature. Instead of ccp/covid lockdowns, nature’s outdoor greenery (and sunlight’s vitamin D) would have been the healthier choice. I thank God for my garden haven or shall I say heaven?
Every word has a frequency that can create or destroy.
The Influence Each of Us Already Has, With or Without Knowing it
Around the same time I was working through The Artist’s Way, the wisdom of Florence Scovel-Shinn came to me. She also knew that the vibration we send out into the world through our thoughts and words is powerful. Perhaps beyond our wildest dreams.
You know how you feel when someone says something kind to you or when you are the recipient of hurtful words. Often it results in a smile or kick-in-the-gut feeling.
“Your word is your wand.” — Florence Scovel-Shinn
Masuro Emoto, an internationally renowned Japanese scientist, documented the impact of thoughts, words and feelings in his best selling book The Hidden Messages in Water. He shows fascinating microscopic photos of frozen water crystals that change when the spoken word is loving or hateful. Sounds unbelievable I know, at least until you view the photos…and contemplate how much of the human body is composed of water.
Emoto’s contribution to humanity goes hand in hand with Tyrrell’s as Emoto’s water crystal photos correspond to the various keys, tones, frequencies and numbers Tyrrell describes. Open to multifarious phenomenon including numerology, I love Tyrrell’s quote by Nikola Tesla: “If you only knew the magnificence of the 3, 6 & 9, then you would have a key to the universe.”
Tyrrell’s Sounds of Healing
|528||Transformation/Miracles proven to restore broken DNA|
I am not an affiliate and make no profit through recommending Tyrrell’s work. It comes solely from my heart.
Frequencies Have a Dark Side Too
As a student of the Tao, I understand nature’s balance always includes a dark and a light side. That goes for frequencies too.
It was astounding, however, to learn of the relationship between Hitler’s evil propaganda expert Joseph Goebbels and the 440 Hz frequency. Goebbels, who was a master in mind-control and manipulation, insisted that the 440 Hz frequency become the international standardizing musical pitch. No surprise, 440 Hz is detrimental to the human body.
440 Hz promotes social unrest, friction, and chaotic agitation
Input and Output
While I had been unable to determine if the 440 Hz frequency is used in the harsher Punk Rock, Heavy Metal or Killer Rap, I knew the angry shouting, death growling, and screaming of the Metal genres do not make me feel at ease.
I could only presuppose the correlation of programming hostility into receptive minds (much less water crystals) and the resulting effects on teen suicide, mental disorders, depression and anxiety…escalated by drug abuse, and deterioration of family and church or spiritual values.
Tyrrell’s Sound of Healing book led me to Dr. Leonard Horowitz, DMD, MA, MPH, DMN (Hon.) who is an accomplished researcher and teacher of behavioral science, media persuasion, social engineering, public health, pain and fear-reduction therapies, and stress management at prestigious organizations such as Tufts University, Boston University Medical Center, and Harvard.
Trying to better understand and treat modern psychopathology, social aggression, political corruption, genetic dysfunction, and cross-cultural degeneration of traditional values, Horowitz examined events in musical history that led him to the Rockefeller Foundation’s military commercialization of music.
Even though the Carnegies and Rockefellers essentially destroyed the practice of natural and homeopathic medicine in this country in exchange for the Big Pharma domination we see today, who knew they also wanted to determine musical factors capable of producing psychopathology, emotional distress and mass hysteria.
“…a musical revolution is needed to advance world health and peace…”
— Dr. Leonard G. Horowitz, DMD, MA, MPH, DMN (Hon.)
It’s Been Here All Along…
…We just weren’t listening. Tyrrell’s work is undoubtedly a labor of love and worldwide gift. What could be better to unite and heal humanity than Wholetones? What better day to listen in than on World Listening Day? (I’ve been reveling in Tyrrell’s Wholetones Frequency 417 while writing this.)
To me, Wholetones is a new take on God Bless America (and actually all of humanity worldwide)!
Footnote: I understand this message of light in a currently dark world may be received by some and vehemently opposed by others. I respect each person’s right to have their own preferences and to think for themselves but for those favoring darkness I ask, “Why…and how does that make you feel?”
All images from Unsplash, credits in order of appearance:
Featured photo: by Keren Fedida
#2: Sandra Seitamaa
#3: Walter Walraven
#4: Mohammad Metri
#5: Jan Kaluza
#6: Jason Rosewell
#7: Davide Ragusa
#8: Karsten Winegeart
#9: Noah Buscher