Home / Health & Beauty / Wholetones Music to Change the Brain and Body
How Music Like Wholetones Can Change the Brain and the Body

Wholetones Music to Change the Brain and Body

Lately I’ve been digging into the research on vibrational frequencies and how they affect our daily lives. I was skeptical at first but I’m starting to realize it’s not a fringe New Age idea but something real and measurable based on science.

Today’s guest Michael Tyrrell is the founder and president (and musician!) behind a company called Wholetones. His whole approach (no pun intended) is all about healing through music.

Healing Through Wholetones

A musician since a young age, Michael Tyrrell kept asking one question: what was wrong with music? Through 20 years of research and a whole lot of prayer, he found the answer: the frequency. He is now convinced of the strong connection between sound frequencies and healing.

Testimonials from all over the world tell Michael how his music doing amazing things, and he’s even made the Top 10 billboard music charts. (Even his composition “Wholetones for Dogs”… most artists never get to say that!)

We’ve been listening to a lot of Wholetones music around the house lately and I personally am loving them. There are 7 CDs in the main set and each one has a focus. There’s music to help motivate, soothe, sleep, or even pray.

Whether it’s to help with PTSD, depression, anxiety, brain healing, hearing loss, trauma recovery, or just to feel more calm, Wholetones may be the key you’ve been looking for to change your health.

In This Episode You’ll Learn

  • what makes music beautiful (and a hidden reason we’re drawn to it)
  • the frequency of most music we listen to, and why it matters to more than just our ears
  • how a tiny adjustment in frequency changes music
  • uses for music you probably never thought of… like cleaning up an oil spill!
  • how to use Wholetones music to solve everyday problems like procrastination, sibling rivalry, insomnia, and more
  • why to tune your musical instruments to 444 instead of 440
  • testimonials from people using Wholetones
  • a different way to look at the biblical story of creation
  • and more!

Resources We Mention

Learn more about Michael Tyrrell and his music at Wholetones.com

More on This Topic

Do you believe music could change your health? Why or why not? Let me know in a comment below, or leave me a review on iTunes. I read each and every one, and my guests often do too and might answer your questions!

Many Thanks to Today’s Podcast Sponsors

This podcast is brought to you by Air Doctor. Did you know that the air inside our homes can be up to 500 times as dirty as the air outside? It can be filled with harmful VOC’s, allergens, bacteria and more. I’ve been looking for an air filter that filters out all of these substances and is quiet and that doesn’t break the bank, for a long time. And the Air Doctor filter meets all my criteria. It removes almost 100% of particles from the air, including VOCs, those are things released from candles, paint, building materials, carpeting, cleaning products, hairspray, air fresheners are more. One of my favorite things about it is what they call auto mode where the fan speed basically adjusts to the appropriate level based on the current air condition in the home. I know air filters can be pricey which is why I’ve teamed up with Air Doctor to get a massive discount for listeners. You can get 50% off right now by going to wellnessmama.com/go/air-doctor to get the discount.

This podcast is brought to you by Paleovalley. They make grass-fed beef and now pastured turkey sticks that are high in protein and nutrients and also a good source of probiotics because they’re naturally fermented. Their products are absolutely delicious and individually packaged for on-the-go (no refrigeration needed!). We bring these along whenever we travel and our kids love them. Wellness Mama listeners can get 20% off of any order at wellnessmama.com/go/paleovalley.




Source link

About zoval

Check Also

Hoisin Sauce Recipe

Chinese cuisine is as diverse as the culture of its citizens. Cantonese cuisine, for example, …

Leave a Reply