I just finished a rough draft of my fresh new 40 hz brain wave stimulation / healing track.
I have been researching and testing the effectiveness of 40 hz as a healing mechanism. There are many astounding claims about the healing benefit of this frequency on the brain and neurological system.
Short-term, I have found this to be very effective at reducing headaches, pain and stress within minutes. Changing one’s vibration to a relaxed state and stimulating the brain.

I quickly realized that listening to the computer generated 40 hz tones for hours was banal.
I wanted something natural (no synth or computer tones) so I created this track. It’s a pure, organic, non-gmo, free-range, gluten-free, tone with all of it’s lovely harmonic overtones.
I recorded this in 24 bit using a vintage 1941 Kay upright bass tuned to 40 hz. This well-aged instrument sounds so amazing.

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I also added a singing bowl of 848 hz for a short section.
That’s another frequency that just makes you feel good. On the core level, “feeling good” stimulates your immune system, and that’s really the only thing that heals our body.
So even at the simplest level, whatever you do to make yourself feel good, (to change your operational frequency) adds to your health and well being. Your entire body will change itself, when you change your rate of vibration (Frequency).

Since I have been working on this project I have been playing this track at high volumes for days during editing sessions. My dreams have become so vivid. It was amazing the first morning I woke up and could clearly remember everything. That hasn’t happened for years and never to that level.
I have been playing the 30 minute version 2-3 x per day and am noticing a difference in my tinnitus. The frequency of the ringing has changed and diminished.

I think it helps to chant the frequency while you listen to get your entire body vibrating.

For this track I used a combination of constant and pulsed tones as research has shown both are effective in different ways.

 

Here’s the video. (Feedback welcome)

https://youtu.be/LXc6VeYa7LY

Here are the audio files

These are the short dose versions (11 min)

M4a version with a sonic maximizer/reverb.

Mp3 version with natural mix (no effects).

 

Here are the full dose (30 min) versions

40 hz Mega Max (FX Version) [sonic maximizer/reverb/EQ]

40 hz Mega Raw (Organic Version)

I love it! It really felt great working on this project bathing in this tone for days.

One important note! You need a subwoofer to cover the low frequencies. It will not be effective on a phone/tablet/laptop etc. They do not produce the low frequencies well, if at all. An inexpensive computer speaker system with a subwoofer should be fine.
Place the speakers surrounding you, a home theater 5;1 system is optimal.
Think of playing the track like a sound bath. Playing the track at high levels, without causing pain in your ears. (Less than 120 decibels to avoid hearing damage)
Most headphones will produce the tone but will not resonate your body like the speakers will.

I noticed that the synthetic tones most have used for their 40 hz tracks sound brash. I blew out a speaker system while using one of the 40 hz sequences on Youtube. Be cautious when playing such low frequencies at high volume, if your system is clipping dial it down!

This link will let you test your speakers to see if you can play it
Speaker test
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ukQ6OSs3dWo

 

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There’s a long history to cover the medicinal use of sound.
Certain pyramids contain resonant tuned chambers that were used for sonic healing.
Dr Rife
cured cancer with 100% efficacy in a clinical trial with his machine that focused electromagnetic energy at a M.O.R. (Mortal Oscillatory Rate) specific frequency of a pathogen and could kill it without harming other organisms or the body.
Tesla
famously said, if you want to understand the universe, think in terms of “energy, frequency and vibration”.
The study of cymatics is an amazing way to visualize the difference one frequency has compared to another. This clip is an exceptional introduction.Screen Shot 2019-10-30 at 3.19.15 PM

https://vimeo.com/111593305

cymaticsSound was said to have been used to levitate stones used to build the pyramids.
The walls of Jericho were said to have been brought down with trumpets. Trumpet-the-Cities-of-the-Nations

Hidden in history we find evidence that sound was used as a weapon.
WartubaSound is a powerful thing, if you know the right frequency …

40 hz has been shown to effectively reduce/heal neurological effects of Alzheimer’s and many other ailments.

While researchers have always known about brain waves, they are just now learning about all the benefits of Gamma brain waves and their impact on the entire brain. They are present in both the waking process and in REM (rapid eye movement) sleep. The range oscillates between 40-70 hz. Gamma brain waves are believed to link and process information from all other parts of the brain. Those with learning disorders and neurological issues have shown to be lacking in this specific brainwave. On the other hand, those with a high level of Gamma brain wave activity have shown a propensity for intelligence, compassion, self-control and a general overall sense of happiness.


Reported Benefits:
•    Higher level of Intelligence
•    Greater memory retention
•    Greater perception of reality via using all 5 senses
•    Greater Awareness/Alertness/Focus
•    Greater Compassion
•    Greater Happiness
•    Increased brain processing speed (ability to process large amounts of information in shorter time period)
•    Creates Neural Pathways along with affirmations.


40Hz-For Sonotherapy, Sonology Gamma waves are known to promote the creativity and relaxation. The gamma brain waves are located approximately between 30 and 80 Hz. 40 Hz is therefore an average. Gamma waves show great brain activity, as during creative processes (creative excitement) or when solving or solving problems (intelligence, synthesis). They demonstrate the achievement of a process in which attention is sustained and links are established. Gamma waves are characterized by intense neuronal and mental activity. Gamma waves radiate and are present in all parts of the brain.
 The 40 Hz Gamma waves can also be used in combination with the 32 Hz waves to create an 8 Hz Alpha wave. The combination of the two frequencies 40 Hz and 32 Hz reveals a third vibration, called 3rd sound or beat. The frequency obtained by the interference of the two tuning forks, is 8 Hz. This inaudible frequency is manifested on the sub-acoustic plane, represents the difference between the two, a frequency in correspondence with the Alpha waves of the brain, known as favoring relaxation. Information: Brain waves refer to a set of electromagnetic oscillations in a given frequency band, most often infrasonic, except for gamma waves and the highest beta waves. They result from the electrical activity of the brain that makes a large number of neurons coherent. Brain waves are observed thanks to the electroencephalograph (EEG). Brain waves are characterized by a very small amplitude, of the order of the micro-volt and are very changeable: they vary constantly and rarely obey a regular oscillation. The principle is to imitate these electric frequencies by transposing them into a stable acoustic frequency, which acts in resonance and which regulates their natural production.

 

For more recent info on the “science” of 40 hz healing here are a few examples to consider.

This is a really great presentation!
Music Medicine: Sound At A Cellular Level | Dr. Lee Bartel | TEDxCollingwood

https://youtu.be/wDZgzsQh0Dw

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  Brain wave stimulation may improve Alzheimer’s symptoms 

http://news.mit.edu/2019/brain-wave-stimulation-improve-alzheimers-0314

So we know that Alzheimer’s patients test positive for aluminum poisoning in the brain. If 40 hz alleviates these symptoms it could be stimulating aluminum removal. If that is the case this could be effective at reducing effects of the stratospheric aerosol injection spraying for GeoEngineering operations. It’s just a thesis at this point, but worthy of consideration. It does appear to stimulate the pineal gland as evidence by reports of lucid dreaming that has been stimulated by this frequency in tests. I have had some wildly vivid dreams since I began working on this.

Researchers found that small electrical current of 40 hz can trigger lucid dreams. Others found it will reduce amyloid plaques, improve memory and mood.

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*During the time frame of final editing sessions I will provide a free download of the full dose track for anyone who does frequency/energy healing and would like to test it and provide feedback.
Send me an email and I’ll give you the link. It’s a 500 mb file for the uncompressed 24 bit mix. (You can listen to the mp3 versions with the audio player, or follow the Youtube video link above.)
*mp3 although convenient, is a compressed format. One will not get all of the benefit compared to a lossless/uncompressed file containing all of the tone/overtones. The size difference is vast.
The WAV version is 500 mb
The mp3 version is 30 mb.
Amazingly they may sound similar on the surface, but one is sacrificing of pile of goodness. When you are using frequency as medicine, every drop counts.

 

 

 

For more info…

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Brain responses to 40-Hz binaural beat and effects on emotion and memory

https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S0167876017300387

Lucid dreaming easily triggered by zapping the brain at 40 Hz

https://www.zmescience.com/medicine/mind-and-brain/lucid-dreaming-electrical-trigger-042342/

Response of schizophrenic model to 40 Hz drive.

https://www.researchgate.net/figure/Response-of-schizophrenic-model-to-40-Hz-drive-Simulated-EEG-traces-in-response-to-40-Hz_fig5_236078808
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The sound of healing: Study says sound-stimulation could help Alzheimer’s patients

https://www.ctvnews.ca/health/the-sound-of-healing-study-says-sound-stimulation-could-help-alzheimer-s-patients-1.2868393
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Short-Term Effects of Rhythmic Sensory Stimulation in Alzheimer’s Disease: An Exploratory Pilot Study.

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/27031491

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https://blog.szynalski.com/2018/03/40-hz-tone-alzheimers/

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https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4325896/

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5486945/

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https://www.utoronto.ca/news/good-vibrations-using-sound-treat-disease

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Tone generator
https://www.szynalski.com/tone-generator/

 

 

Singing bowl recording