Her work at the Institute of BioAcoustic Biology has shown that we can each have dominion over those frequencies by individual mind management or by a simple remote control that is completely programmable. Using the unique techniques of Vocal Profiling and evaluation, anomalous emotional as well as physiological issues can be revealed and resolved.
Studies substantiate that human voice reveals that people who share similar traumas, stresses, diseases, toxicities…share similar, if not identical, vocal anomalies. The data brings together ancient knowledge with modern ideas of harmonics and frequency relationship theory to show that math can be used as a form of predictive, diagnostic and curative foundations for wellness. Through entrainment of the frequency grids of the brain, the body can be programmed to support its own optimal form and function. The essential element is accurately identifying the appropriate/significant frequencies associated with each individual.
String theory proposes that infinitesimally small strings create our bodily structures but doesn’t answer the question of how this transformation occurs. The brain communicates using the language of frequency and has the ability to reveal individual DNA/RNA templates that have the potential to promote and extend life. Sharry’s work provides many of these answers as to how these theories can be put to use to bring the Truth to the surface about who we are, how we got here and where we are going in terms of our intention and health.
Is frequency our new medicine or an ancient mystery revealed? There have only been a few modern keepers of the Holy Grail mysteries. Sharry Edwards has been identified as one of the extraordinary beings walking the earth to bring forth the secrets kept from mankind. Her work has helped identify the hidden Codes of life that add meaning and new dimensions to our existence. She will likely be best known for her ability to bridge the gap between the ancient, the esoteric and the scientific realms of human evolution.
There is truly more to learn about ourselves through music, sound and frequency.
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