Founder and director of the Sound Therapy Center of Los Angeles, Mr. Perry has been in private practice as a sound therapist and vibrational healer since 1992.  He has garnered international acclaim by conducting healing sessions, classes, and workshops in England, Italy, Egypt, and Japan, as well as in most major cities across the United States.

Mr. Perry's unique sound healing work has recently been featured on television's nationally broadcast CNN, CBS News, The Roseanne Show, Strange Universe, America's Talking, Alive and Wellness, TBS and Health Watch-CLTV Chicago, as well as numerous radio programs around the country.  Mr. Perry has also been producing and hosting "Heart Touch", his own popular, leading edge radio and television show in Los Angeles, for over 15 years.

In 1993 he published the Correlative Healing Chart for Sound Therapy, which is popularly used by healers and sound practitioners worldwide.  Mr. Perry is renowned, as a speaker/lecturer, teacher, consultant, overtone singer and recording artist.  He has recorded four full-length, all vocal, vibrational healing music CD's.

Mr. Perry has also just released a comprehensive six hour sound healing instructional program, "The Secrets to Healing with Sound and Toning", which has recently been released for national distribution. Currently his long awaited book on sound healing, Sound Medicine has just been released.


I’ve attached a copy of the book review for Sound Medicine. I thought the book was great. People who know me know that I do not praise something unless I mean it. I have “slammed” my share of books over the years.

Keep in mind when you read my reviews that my audience ranges from the “New Age” crowd to pretty conservative medical folks and scientists. So, in a hopefully tactful way I attempt to inform our subscribers and members whether the book is clinical or not. Frankly, I find a lot of books which could be either one. Unfortunately, there are too many clinical folks who limit their reading to citation-rich professional books. However, there are a lot of trade books that reflect relevant contemporary thought and give us a clue to where science will be going. Wayne’s book fits into that category.

Let me know if I can be of further service.

Tim Brunson DCH
International Hypnosis Research Institute

The Complete Guide to Healing with the Human Voice

by Wayne Perry


Review by Tim Brunson

Ever since I enjoyed the multi-phonic chants of the Tibetan monks of the Drepung Loseling monastery, I was not aware of any Westerner equally talented in vocal complexities. That was until I had the opportunity to meet and hear the remarkable Wayne Perry. As a key note speaker and workshop leader at the 2004 American Board of Hypnotherapy convention, Mr. Perry awed the audience with his unusual presentation skills and enthralled us with his unique views concerning the use of the human voice as a tool for mental and physical healing.

Wayne Perry is an unparalleled speaker, workshop leader and healer. Having availed myself of the opportunity of having a private session with the master and as I cross paths with him usually once or twice a year. I have learned to appreciate his many skills. For those of you who have not had this opportunity, I highly recommend that you purchase and read his latest book: Sound Medicine: The Complete Guide to Healing with the Human Voice. This comprehensive how-to-manual not only explains the intriguing world of sound healing, but gives you a great autobiographical picture of the person who is the living embodiment of this innovative theory.

Sound Medicine is a very thoughtful and well-researched explanation of the rationale and methodology of using vocal skills to heal the mind and body. Although Perry touts his ideas as an intuitive, right-brain approach, I found his book to be logically organized. He easily progresses from theory to application in a way that gives the reader a strong sense of the validity and reasoning involved. He gives substantial references regarding historical and contemporary thought. Then, through the use of carefully explained exercises, he provides the reader with easy to understand and apply over toning techniques. The skills that I had previously regarded as the out of reach mystical abilities of Wayne Perry are provided to the reader in easy to follow layman’s terms.

Is sound medicine valid? Frankly with my background in subtle energies and energy medicine and energy psychology, I feel that his description of sound, which is also energy, as a healing modality makes a tremendous amount of sense. In fact, I think that the most ardent energy practitioner will readily accept the wisdom of this book. By carefully describing the role of entrainment and energy flows and balances, he makes the case for energy healing better than most authors to which I have been previously exposed.

As my first paragraphs certainly imply, I must admit that I have more than a little partiality to the skills and talents of Mr. Wayne Perry. Having previously experienced him as a trainer, my personal one on one session left me as a believer. During his assessment of my vocal profile, he was able to detect missing frequencies that led him to suggest physical health weakness which I had never revealed to him. These issues had previously been detected and treated by allopathic medical doctors. Furthermore, he stunned me by asking me about two dates in my life. The first was 1973, which was one of the most traumatic periods of my teenage years. And, if that was not enough, he said that somehow the date 1330 kept on coming up. (Of course, I normally tell my friends (such as past life guru Richard Stephen) that 1330 was the year that I became an ardent cynic regarding the existence of previous lives.) Also, several good and some painfully not-so-nice-but-true observations about my personality made me wonder if he was psychic or a healer — possibly both. So, having experienced Wayne Perry, I must confess that my faith in his abilities started way before I was asked to review this book.

SOUND MEDICINE is a wonderfully organized and presented explanation of a field of healing that just may give the most conservative allopathic medical scientist a preview of where their “science” might evolve. It is also a testimonial about the life work of a person who has taken sound healing from where it was to its present state. However, as Wayne would admit, this is not a “left-brain” scientific book. Even though it is full of quotes from and references to other writers and covers the underlying philosophy and spirituality of sound healing, it lacks the scientific citations that are expected if these theories are to ever worm their way into medical school textbooks. Regardless, as sound and music therapies together are clearly second place in the volume of mainstream published CAM research (second only to hypnosis), his theories could be easily adapted to the AMA or APA required format with citations of peer reviewed research.

What Wayne Perry’s book and life work gives us is an opportunity to vision a future where healing through energy will eventually become as common as pills and surgery. As soon as the Food and Drug Administration figures out how to regulate the human voice and as soon as the pharmaceutical industry finds out how to profit from our self-healing use of overtoned vowels, then no doubt Wayne Perry’s ideas will become as common as mom and apple pie. So, while you are waiting for these momentous changes, do yourself a favor and “get the book”. If you are a hypnotist, hypno-therapy, psychologist, psychotherapist, or in any other profession which uses the voice as a healing tool, your self and other healing skills will be quickly enhanced by the understanding and application of Wayne Perry’s methods of using the human voice.

The Human Voice Vibrates With Love
-- Find Your Healing Keys

from The Whole Person, March 2010

Maybe it is because I have had a little crush on the wavicle—the word coined because energy exhibits both wave and particle properties and behavior, making it hard to say what, if anything, distinguishes energy and matter—that Wayne Perry’s assertions about a world made up of sound didn’t fall completely on deaf ears. The first view I had of my babies was, after all, by ultrasound, so sound can find the shape and structure of things through its reflection signature. Perhaps sound is also one way to understand the world’s component parts. The world may well be abuzz.

Part 1 of Wayne Perry’s book, “Sound Medicine”, a book that is well on its way to becoming the go to book in the field of sound and vibrational healing, leads with this quote: “All matter consists of vibrating waveforms of energy. And though it may not be audible to the human ear, sound is emitted from these wave forms.”

I admit it, though I write for this magazine from time to time, I’m not as New Agey as some. But when I looked at Wayne Perry’s website, I wasn’t put off by him. As I said, something about his life’s work intrigued me, seeming both scientific and mystical, just like life is when you get right down to it. Is it a wave, or is it a particle? Are we spritual beings, or functioning masses of cells we call a body? I’m not super New Agey, but I’m disorganized-ly religious. I believe in God.

When Wayne did voice diagnostics on me, we were a little rushed and he was hesitant to make concrete diagnoses, preferring to have more time if possible. Even so the results were in keeping with psychological and physical challenges that I do indeed have. Wayne even brought up a year in my life, suggesting that it may have been a year of significant change or something unresolved and I’d have to say that year was a very harrowing one for my younger self to go through.

Wayne doesn’t claim to be a psychic. But in his practice of sound therapy, in which he has found the voice to be the door to the heart, he has been led to align himself with the divine healer, the Infinite Tone.

I will offer some philosophical thoughts about his work and gleanings from an interview with Wayne before I return to my personal experiences.

Speaking with Wayne I appreciated his willingness to share the skepticism he had when he first encountered the notion of healing the human body with sound. His stories and details are not the examples of a man who has swallowed some kind of cult teaching. He is willing to explain the process of curiosity, study, experimentation and observation that led to his life’s work and its continuing evolution. He is sensitive both to the skepticism of others, and to the fact that many people who decide to look into sound and vibrational healing have probably never heard of it before. No pun inteded there!

I found Wayne’s book and companion CD to be a fine blending of mind, heart, experience, philosophy and evidence. But there is a paradigm shift required to recognize that just maybe the components of life are units of sound, even if the concept becomes oddly refreshing after awhile. However any busy person with a Western-trained mind would have to take time and effort to give a good hearing to Wayne’s teaching. And yet distress, pain and sickness are good at motivating people to seek relief.

I recall learning in literature courses in college that signt is at the top of the heirarchy of senses for the West since the time of the Enlightenment. And that sight is highly linked to the intellect and judgement. If I reach down and touch the weave of the sleeve of my shirt, I have to close my eyes and spend about a minute touching it before I can really feel it and understand the pattern with my hand-to-mind coordination, because I’m accustomed to taking in information through my eyes rather than my sense of touch. Similarly, I think I have a pretty good ear and yes I have met people who hear more than I do, musicians who can tell me what instruments and vocal sounds are coming of the right and left speakers of my stereo and once this is pointed out, I wonder why I never noticed. I think it is because of a perception heirarchy. But here and there some peoples’ inclinations set them apart from the rest of us Westerners.

Fortunately, if sound healing is a sound practice (so hard to resist all the double entendres in this piece of writing), Wayne is a singer and a songwriter who learned to tune into the world of sound with tenacity and to bring it to the public.

“I like to empower people”, Wayne said. His books and his CDs allow people to do much of the healing on their own, economically. Sessions with him are also reasonably priced and thorough in terms of offering understanding about sound therapy, diagnosis, prescribed exervises to use to find balance and healing and follow up after a reasonable amount of time is allowed for the process to begin working.

Wayne really sees all healing as self-healing. Facilitators of that healing serve others best by getting out of the way and empowering the person to live their own life and truth fully.

The history of Wayne’s Sound Therapy Center of Los Angeles is the history of his own growth as a practitioner and healer, a movement from the head to the heart.

In the early 1990s Wayne had a band and hosted and produced several radio shows. For one of his shows, Heart Touch on KCLA radio, he said, “I was interviewing cutting edge shamans and psychics. I ran across a lady at a health show who had pioneered the study of bio acoustics. I was kind of skeptical. I couldn’t concieve of how sound could help people with cancer and things like that.”

Wayne had her on his show, and because of his curiosity and desire to see if there were genuine results, he contacted several people whom she said had been healed by sound.

One of these was a welder who had breathed in toxic chemicals, causing a white-out condition in the lungs. The man was in a coma, and his parents placed a bio-acoustics sound machine in his room. After a day of the sound emissions in his room, he came out of the coma.

Another example was an 18 year old who had a shattered kneecap. A bio acoustics maching was set for the frequency of calcium and magnesium and placed near his knee. In this case, Wayne said, “photos taken over six months showed a piece of bone actually growing.” He said that the doctors called the healing of the young man’s knee “rogue cartilage”, but Wayne was becoming convinced there was something very real and worth pursuing in the concept of healing with sound.

Wayne listened to these families’ stories, read the notes and viewed photos and x-rays first hand. Meeting with him, I found him very analytical. He is not analytical in a cold way, but he seems genuinely intent on laying a foundation ofr each level of investigations he makes and each level of results he builds upon.

He started experimenting with sound frequencies and vibrations at the same time he took his Heart Touch show to television. His shows were getting a good response. People were writing in and telling him they liked the segments he dovoted to his own thoughts about sound healing, which he was so excited and challenged by he couldn’t help but speak of from time to time.

He invited the bio acoustics healer on his TV show also and they became friends, which led to Wayne being invited to the first practitioner training in the field.

“It was a lot of scientific data. A lot to wrap my mind around: periodic tables, frequencies, the use of the sound machine.”

Wayne decided to attend the next training session in Phoenix, Arizona because he really wanted to grasp all of this left brain material. “I wanted to get a handle on it. It was too profound to pass up”.

He was able to settle into the science of the practice and at that point, he said, “I set aside my band. I was a music and film critic on KCLA. I gave that up, as well as producing and hosting most of the shows I did. I invested almost all my time and savings into bio acoustics diagnostica voice analysis.”

The machine Wayne and others were working with is called a SMAD, or Self Management Auditory Device and Wayne invested in speakers, woofers and sub woofers to have the best possible system.

“I did it for free. Most people said it was beneficial and accurate. In 1992 I made up business cards and brochures. I developed a system of fair payment for my time.”

Wayne said that he only used the bio acoustics procedures as a starting point. He was always in the process of finding his own path, to a certain extent, following his intuition and attending to the results of the people he was treating.

Wayne had chronic kidney stones in those days and he experienced one of his attacks. He did not get benefit from the machine, though he tried, but he began to meditate and ask God what he needed to learn. He was doing deep yogic breathing with the meditation and suddenly sounds came through him. “I just kind of went with it, multiphonic sounds, multiples, overtones.”

“I was an improvisational jazz singer in Chicago. I trained people to use their voice as an instrument. But this was unlike anything I’d ever experienced. It sounded like it was coming from behind me, but there was nothing behind me but the wall.”

Wayne said, “The import didn’t hit me immediately”, but when he saw his doctor at UCLA he was told he must have passed the kidney stone. “My body doesn’t create these stones anymore.”

He has also been able to heal himself from left knee pain, TMJ and allergies with his own voice.

Meanwhile, about a year and half into his new career he was privy to some research that caused him to abandon the machine altogether in favor of natural sound. The research measured three variables in 100 test subjects who were exposed to different kinds of sounds.

The sounds were different wave form patterns from different machines, musical instruments, amplified instruments using acoustic and electric amplification, environmental sounds and the voice. What was measured were brain wave movement, fluctuation of blood pressure and oxygen saturation in the blood. Wayne already had some concerns that artificial sound could be harmful to some people and there was evidence that it was ineffective with others.

“Far and away the most profoundly effective sound on the body are the multiples or overtones of tones present in the human voice. As a singer I was gratified to hear this, but I had invested in the machines and quite frankly, people don’t have the respect for the human body and voice that they have for blinking lights. People are more impressed with technolody than the voice. We’ve become so mechanized.”

And while Wayne said that once he put the machines away, it was not fun to run up against people who discredited his practice, he hung in there. “I started experimenting with my voice. I started making recordings and started doing expos.”

He explained that the recordings, which he made in a very creative analog process rather than a digital copy, are sonic tapestries of frequencies and are able to provide brain wave entrainment that the body will pick up on. So a person deficient in a certain frequency can get the equivalent of an aural vitamin. But this proces, Wayne explains, is better than that, because the body can begin to produce the needed frequency without need for the constant outer supply.

That is much of what Wayne means by his desire to empower people. He also says, “I’m of the belief that one’s own voice is the best to heal one’s own body. I wanted to teach others.”

On the CD included with “Sound Medicine”, Wayne acknowledges that the harmonics and overtones he makes and teaches sound a bit alien and he good humouredly assures listeners that we’re all still on planet earth and the strange sound does not equate to a bizarre experience.

Wayne also found that as he worked at healing his own and others bodies, there was emotional healing that would come into play also. He would do his toning into the cranium of a client and the client would ask, “Will you do that wierd thing with your voice again?”

Sound going in and sound coming out both became important.

“People think relaxing sounds are healing sounds. They calm and soothe the body, which is not a bad thing. It is a good thing, but they are not healing sounds. They create an environment for healing sound.

“There are release sounds that cleanse and open energy, like sighs and groans. These keep the body fluid. I suggest adding a liggle more sound to your sighs and moans”, he said.

“Regenerative sound is different. These are harmonics and overtones and they have to come from the heart, rather than the ego. I just had to try to be present, open, supportive and compassionate and to try to get the person into that space as well.”

So how does Wayne diagnose what a person may be lacking in? For this he dows use a machine, but only to create a detailed pattern of what is going on in a person’s voice. The tool is a sophisticated piano tuner, with 440 cycles per second as the baseline. You speak into a microphone which is plugged into this tuner and Wayne observes the keys or frequencies of your normal speaking voice. He asks a series of enough varied questions to get a good sample and he draws dots on a graph, mapping where your tones are strong and where they are weak or non-exisent. He takes into account differences between typical male and typical female vocal ranges.

When he spoke respectfully of his findings, he surprised me with what seemed to me to be an accurate picture of some of my underdeveloped traits and areas of sluggishness. It is a mirror that is both welcome and unwelcome, if you know what I mean. If I decide to try therapy it might mean listening to and learning to make some sounds that are rather unusual. Not unpleasant—actually I gave it a little try and I agree with Wayne that it is like “an inner massage” —but unusual. I was a little worried my neighbor might hear me through the wall. I’ll just try to observe when their car is missing from our front for my next attempt.

Wayne can make multiple tones over and over each other in ways that I cannot understand. It seems he’d have to have more than one nose, mouth and set of vocal chords to do what he does, adding a harmonic tone to the music he creates while the other tone is still sounding and then adding another. I forgot to ask Wayne if other people can do this to the degree that he can. It is powerful to see and to be around. It is a strange form of kindness, the human voice directed in such a way to maximize and accelerate the healing of the human body, heart and spirit. Like blood rushing to the site of a wound and doing its magic of coagulation and reparation, the body heals the body often. Like how only love can really heal a broken heart, a heart to heal a heart. Sound to heal a body, heart and mind made up of sound. Is it so hard to hear the world?

“In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God&elips;” the Judeo Christian Bible proclaims. Wayne calls attention to this verse and to “this idea that the first anything is sound. For example, the Big Bang, the mantra healing in India, the Ohm, primordial sound.” His book abounds with quotations from many of the world’s spiritual practices testifying to the sacredness of sound.

In my life, as I’ve done emotional healing work and come up against the West’s typical distaste for strong emotional expression, I’ve sometimes wondered if a culture that permits a wailing wall, or some means of moaning or crying out deep pain would be a healthier culture. Strangely, when I used to think of this I was thinking of the emotion without really thinking of the sound, as if the sound was a by product of what was really going on, the emotional release. Wayne has invited me to consider that the two modalities may be one.

Here is another interesting thing to contemplate, while I ask myself if another session with Wayne Perry is in order and I face my fears of who I would be if I really got a “tone up”. Mathematician Brian Swimme said, “The earth, once molten rock, now sings opera.” After meeting Wayne Perry, I am captivated by the suggestion that the universe, molten rock and all, may just be opera through and through.

Mastering Healing

All pain and disease is a result of a lack of vibrational harmony in the body. This results in vibrational dissonance. This dissonance may manifest on any, or all levels in the body - physical, emotional, mental, etc.

The chief characteristic of this dissonance is resistance. And what we resist persists.

This resistance causes us to see our bodies, the circumstances of our lives, our environment, our relationships, and the world, from the perspective of being at the effect of these conditions and our perception of reality, rather than seeing ourselves at the cause and the source of our reality.

Mastering healing involves going to the source and core of our awareness so that with complete self-honesty and clarity of intention, we may first identify areas of resistance within ourselves. Then without self-judgment, consciously choose resonance instead of resistance, thereby, taking more empowered action and responsibility for our life, health and happiness. This practice also brings the issues that we then transmute and release from resistance to a higher and healthier, resonant vibration.

Now, in order for this healing process to sustain, build and integrate into our bodies' full awareness, it is vitally important to understand the power of commitment and its relationship to intention and love.

Commitment to our values, ideals, beliefs, principles, spiritual practices, God and self creates the foundation on which not only our character, but our vibrational health and awareness is built.

Commitment to our word and to the people in our lives (all of whom mirror every issue that needs healing within us) extends and expands the limitless healing potential of our relationships with others and ourselves.

This intention to commitment then brings the quality of love within these relationships to the optimal harmony and healing experience.

In summary, our life, love, relationships and healing will be successful in direct proportion to the agreements and commitments that we make and keep with ourselves and others; and according to the level and clarity of our intention.

Point of Light

Autumn 1999 Issue

Wayne Perry's voice is a sharp yet comforting baritone. Attention-getting, but rich with knowledge and experience. "My work is designed to educate and empower people to some of the simple techniques and universal principles at work in a person's overall health: physically, emotionally, mentally and spiritually."

His clients have minor and major physical problems, also mental and emotional concerns, like stress and anxiety. His voice explains, "I show people simple ways to use their own body - which is a vibrational vessel, basically; it's literally made of sound frequency and vibration - and use toning, breath work, vocal harmonics and audio tapes to reach their goals as far as healing and empowerment." His clients are young people, old people, animals, even birds.

It's amazing that his powerful, mellifluous voice can speak with such quick enthusiasm on the subject of the healing power of sound. "Everything is frequency and vibration in the body, so any condition can be treated with sound. It's easier in the long run to do preventative work with sound; the techniques work on all levels at once."

You may have met Wayne. He's been at all the major health and wellness shows in Pittsburgh and Cleveland in the last 5 years, doing seminars on using the voice as a healing tool, doing sound diagnosis and selling his tapes and CDs. He has the quiet flamboyance of a rock star (in fact, he used to sing professionally) with his longish hair and colorful clothes. But its his voice that grabs and focuses your attention on his message.

That voice is what he uses as a tool for analysis of the physical body. "The voice is my primary diagnostic tool. It's the easiest, most non-invasive, not to mention cheapest, way to diagnose another person's condition." He uses his own voice in a sort of auditory dowsing technique where he tones into various parts of the body, hearing and sensing which notes are absorbed or sound out of tune. Around always goes where it's needed," he explained. Research has demonstrated that certain organs or systems resonate, in general within certain tonal ranges. With his own voice he can detect conditions or problems by hearing where dissonance occurs.

He doesn't rely just on his own perception, however, but combines intuition and scientific tools to chart a clients voice. "I also use a chromatic tuner and a microphone. I have the person speak into it answering specific questions designed to move the brain waves to bring out the optimal frequency of the body. These questions are designed to bring about certain emotional responses and mental responses, such as asking about your family or giving you a challenging math problem. This allows me to get the full range of notes that you use while speaking." This range is another clue. An absence of a note or a preponderance of a note may indicate trouble in a physical part of the body.

"The voice accurately reflects the brainwave patterns. Brainwave patterns reflect all activity of the physical body. Research has shown that a frequency missing in the brainwave (missing in the physical body) will also be missing in the speaking voice. Combine that with knowledge that certain notes/frequencies relate to certain parts of the body. Voice analysis shows which notes are in a speaking voice. The normal speaking voice reflects a pattern of brainwaves. The body has thousands of individual notes, but the 12-note scale establishes a grid-point foundation of charting the voice."

He also uses muscle testing and dowsing rods, depending on condition and client, and gets a feel for how much the client's constitution responds to sound. this thorough diagnosis gives indications of current health patterns as well as past and possible future health problems.

How is this possible? How is it that something as simple as sound can be used as a healing tool? Wayne explains, "The body is made of vibration. It's 70 percent water, and only 30 percent solid and we know there is no such thing as solid. Teeth and bones vibrate at a slower rate; muscles, skin and connective tissue vibrates at a higher rate, and fluids vibrate at even higher rate. The body is just energy vibrating at different rates and frequencies. Now contemplate the fact that thoughts and feelings are things as well. They're simply vibrating at very very high frequencies."

"On the physical level, each person has a unique matrix of frequencies and tones, their own signature sound frequency if you will. Systems, organs, tissues, all vibrating at different rates creating a unique sound. Everyone is kind of like a walking symphony orchestra. It's in identifying which frequencies are dissonant, or out of balance or weak or diffused and causing imbalance - that's what sound healing is all about."

"Any physical disease can be traced to dormant or dissonant frequency. if you look at cancer cells under a microscope, they are disordered and scattered and diffused. Healthy cells are moving harmonically with a sense of balance and ease."

He got started on this path, of course, because of his own history of painful episodes with kidney stones. Surgery was recommended. He chose to explore holistic methods,even though he was not yet familiar with any of them, but found the holistic healers, like his doctors, widely disagreed over causes and treatments. He got some relief from supplements, but didn't find a cure.

Then he started doing sound work. Using a tone generator, and experiment with his voice, he discovered that he used excessive amounts of E, F and F# in his speaking voice (F relates to kidneys, of course). The next time he got a stone he used breathing, visualization, and his voice, and passed the stone in 8 hours instead of the usual 6 to 8 weeks.

He was hooked. With more toning over a longer period of time, he went on to fix a painful knee, TMJ, and allergies. He also noticed a balancing of his emotions, deeper meditations and a deepening of his spiritual work.

"Edgar Cayce was quoted in the 30's or 40's as saying sound would be the medicine of the future. Well the future is now."

Today after diagnosing a client, Wayne may tone with his own voice into chakras, or have the client do the toning. This treatment supports a balancing of a lack or abundance of a certain frequency or note. During a healing session, he may have the client do breath work or focus on a color. Each color has a corresponding sound frequency, and enhances the vibration. For longer term care, he recommends that the client do their own toning and breath work, supported with audio tapes, and trusting their own intuition. In fact he is adamant about trusting your own higher self. "Be open to new things, listen to what your doctor or chiropractor has to say, or what any other type of new age healer has to say for that matter, but always trust your own intuition."

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