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Continued from last week!

Transformation Tool #18

Sound Therapy

Sound therapy is a powerful way to transform fear into joy, peace and inspiration. Below are a few of the most common types of sound therapy:

Sound Medicine

Sound is a particularly powerful vibrational healing tool because creation itself began with sound. Every pitch had its own unique geometric pattern and every geometric pattern has a sound. In her work with Sound Medicine, Misa Hopkins has learned that we are all capable of hearing and vocally producing the very sounds that call our cells back into their proper geometric vibration.

Sound medicine reaches beyond language into geometric and emotional imprints that have been a part of your soul since your inception. Healing sounds honor the feelings and beliefs that currently exist. Finally heard and recognized at the most profound levels, your cells figuratively breathe a sigh of relief as you transform emotionally and physically.

Change the core belief and change the pattern, and you can change the discomfort you are experiencing.

In the Brave Heart System, you experience Sound medicine in the Immune System Booster Kit. The Audio takes you into 20 minutes of healing sounds – the perfect amount of time to experience deeper states of consciousness for maximum receptivity.


Music has long been believed to have a positive effect on our minds and bodies because it stimulates positive emotions and raises our vibration. Choose music that includes uplifting tones like those from guitar, piano, flute, or harp. Explore different types of music to find those that work best for you – as long as listening to it makes you feel good you‘re on the right track.

The Six Solfeggio Frequencies –

These original sound frequencies were apparently used in Ancient Gregorian Chants, such as the great hymn to St. John the Baptist, along with others that church authorities say were lost centuries ago. The chants and their special tones were believed to impart tremendous spiritual blessings when sung in harmony during religious masses.

These powerful frequencies were rediscovered by Dr. Joseph Puleo as described in the book Healing Codes for the Biological Apocalypse by Dr. Leonard Horowitz. I give honor to both of these gentlemen for the part they‘ve played in helping return these lost frequencies back to humanity.

The Six Solfeggio Frequencies include:

– UT 396 Hz Liberating Guilt and Fear

– RE 417 Hz Undoing Situations and Facilitating Change

– MI 528 Hz Transformation and Miracles (DNA Repair)

– FA 639 Hz Connecting/Relationships

– SOL 741 Hz Awakening Intuition

– LA 852 Hz Returning to Spiritual Order

 For example, the third note, frequency 528, relates to the note MI on the scale and derives from the phrase ?MI-ra gestorum? in Latin meaning ?miracle.? Stunningly, this is the exact frequency used by genetic biochemists to repair broken DNA the genetic blueprint upon which life is based!

Brain Wave Entrainment

Brain wave entrainment is growing in popularity because of its effectiveness in triggering your brain waves to adopt a new pattern. ?Binaural beats? is one of the more common audio programs available, and it works by introducing two different tones that are close in frequency, one into each ear. As your brain perceives these tones, it creates a ?pulse? that triggers a different brain wave frequency. For example, when you are feeling stressed or frightened your brain is in the beta state which is related to waking consciousness. If you were to listen to an audio program that would stimulate the alpha or theta states, you would soon find yourself feeling calmer and quieter – the fear dissipates because your brain shifts to a new frequency.

The best thing about these audio programs is that they can affect impressive changes in very little time. And the more you listen, the easier and more quickly your brain will become accustomed to slipping into that alternate state.

In the Brave Heart system we use a variety of brainwave entrainment audios, including the Happiness Booster audio created by Alan Tutt, and the 7 Minute Natural High audio created by Jeff Gignac.

This audio encourages the production of feel good chemicals in your brain and delivers a short and powerful burst of BWE technology to instantly improve your emotional state, just about any time and anywhere.


Chanting a mantra (short word or phrase) can have the same effect on your brain waves as binaural beats. Simply choose an easy word or phrase to recite, like ?peace? or ?all is well? and sit quietly, close your eyes, and say it over and over again out loud. As you do this, you set aside fearful thoughts and move into a meditative state (alpha state), which shifts your brain waves to a more relaxed frequency and calms you down.

 Transformation Tool #19

Feed Your Mind with Inspiration and Wisdom

Have you ever noticed that your thoughts tend to ?snowball? the more you focus in a particular direction? The more you focus on things that make you feel frightened, the more those fearful feelings will continue to grow.

On the other hand, if you can distract yourself from those fearful thoughts – even for a few minutes – you will notice that you automatically start focusing in a more positive direction. Even better, this snowball effect can last for hours, long after you have stopped deliberately focusing on positive thoughts.

For this reason, deliberately feeding your mind with positive material from books and films can have a powerful calming effect on fear. Some of the best sources of inspiration and wisdom are works of inspiring literature, empowering non-fiction books, and films that deliver messages about courage, strength, and joy.

Not only can you absorb positive thoughts by reading the books and watching the films, you can take it a step further and jot down a few insights about them in a blank journal and explore how they might apply in your own life.

(and of course every week as a subscriber of Evolution Ezine you‘ll get free inspirational and educational art, articles, downloads, videos, audios, poetry, comedy, music, games and more!

Transformation Tool #20

Turning Fear into Gratitude

Gratitude is a fantastic way to not only ease turbulent emotions like fear, but it can actually help you to better appreciate your life as it is right now (problems and all), as well as continuously keep attracting better experiences. There are endless ways to use gratitude, but here are a few that should be useful relating to fear:

Focus on something you appreciate.

When locked into a fearful state of mind, you automatically focus on the bad things that are either happening now or could happen in the near future. As we covered in an earlier section of this guide, those fearful thoughts have a way of snowballing out of control in no time at all.

You can reverse this process by instead focusing on something you can feel genuine appreciation for. This might be a cherished figurine your mother gave you, a favorite chair in your living room, or a love letter from your spouse. Spend a few minutes looking at this object, and feel grateful that you have it. Think about the reasons why you like it (or love it) so much, and let those happy feelings flow through you for several minutes.

If there are no objects you can appreciate nearby, try taking a slow walk outside and appreciate the trees, flowers, animals and people you see. Focus on something positive about them, and soon you will find other positive qualities coming to your attention.

Focus on someone you love.

You can also do this with people (or pets) that you care for. Simply call them to mind and think about how much you love them, how much you love spending time with them, and the many ways they add joy and happiness to your life. The person or animal does not have to be living either – you can look at old photos of your grandparents, your first pet, or childhood friends and relive happy memories you shared with them.

Focus on the positive side of your problems.

Gratitude can also be a powerful pathway to seeing your problems and challenges in a new light. Rather than focusing on the bad aspects and feeling fearful about them, shift your focus and try to find one or more positive aspects. For example, a frightening diagnosis may seem overwhelmingly bad – but you could affirm the fact that you are being given a new chance to take better care of your body; or that overcoming the illness will help you and your loved ones to become stronger and closer. Give thanks for the lessons and opportunities that are always hidden in every challenge.

 Transformation Tool #21

Diffusing Fear Through Journaling

We‘ve explored various types of writing that will help you to transform your fear, but there is yet another one: journaling. You may be familiar with the concept of keeping a ?diary,? but journaling is slightly different.

A diary is often used to record your life events, but a journal is more about your feelings regarding those events – especially the ?negative? feelings like fear, anger, grief, and so on.

There are many different ways to journal, and we will explore some of them below. However, as with most of the techniques we have covered, there is plenty of room to personalize it to suit your own preferences. Let your creativity lead you as you explore this powerful process.

Releasing the past.

One of the most transformative methods of journaling is to explore the past events and experiences that left you feeling powerless or frightened – and may still be affecting your life today.

For example, an incident of childhood sexual abuse may have created a strong fear response that flares up whenever you attempt to form an intimate relationship as an adult. Exploring the pain, guilt, shame, and anger relating to the sexual abuse can help greatly in purging those old emotions and finally starting the healing process.

How to do it:

Simply grab your journal and a pen and start writing your thoughts about the experience(s), how they made you feel when they happened, and how they still affect you now.

If the experiences involved another person (like an abuser), you can write letters directly to them to voice your feelings, or you can simply write as if you were telling a story.

The most difficult part of this process is that the old pain and fear you felt years ago can suddenly rise to the surface and threaten to overwhelm you again.

If this happens, try one or more of the techniques we covered previously to regain control. However, the point is not to avoid feeling your feelings – but to process and purge them in healthy, constructive ways.

To be continued next week…

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My name is Michele Andree. I am an artist, I paint musicians in action. I think I’m a musician at heart, my instrument being… a brush, so I play…brush and I paint… music.
I love jazz. I call it freedom music. It promotes special values. I love intelligent people and good conversations.

Some people ask me how music relates to art. Personally I find they go hand in hand. Music is what turns me on to painting. It makes me see colours