Healing with Sound Sharry Edwards

Healing with Sound Sharry Edwards

Institute of BioAcoustic Biology & Sound Health

Sharry Edwards uses her unique gift to find the ‘missing notes’ in your voice print to assist in well being. From birth to death, we use sounds to express our needs and our emotions; but there are additional layers of information hidden within our words.  It is unfortunate that we possess only limited conscious awareness of this information.

 Using sound to create an intrinsic restorative approach is a primeval tool brought forward into the modern era through the Institute of BioAcoustic Biology as a means to understand the basic biology and psychology of ourselves and others.

Imagine a future in which the individual frequency based biomarkers contained within the voice can be used to keep us and our world, healthy and emotionally balanced.

The goal of BioAcoustic Biology is to create a new paradigm of health while leaving the present broken system behind. As a famous philosopher one said:  “In order to change something, don’t struggle to change the existing model. Create a new model and make the old one obsolete.” …Buckminister Fuller

Read more: http://www.soundhealthoptions.com/

JOHN G – Business Owner – Cincinnati, Ohio – Recovery from severed nerve during surgery – is now a BioAcoustic Provider

John B – McArthur, Ohio – Attorney, Engineer, Wood Carver – Recovery from nearly amputated lower leg due to traffic accident

Healing with Sound Sharry Edwards


Healing with Sound Sharry Edwards
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