Innovations and Progress
Medicine has a huge alternative branch that goes beyond what we know of it today in the normal realm of doctor’s offices and hospitals and research labs. There is room certainly for everyone. In fact, I have found a new company to invest in that makes medical tuning forks, certainly not market cutting edge medical technology, but a reuse of an old, if not ancient, concept in a radically new form. I am interested because it has an ethical precept which is beyond important to me. Any devise that has curative properties and that does no harm falls within a range of advancements I would like to see. The world is all about innovations and progress and the medical field certainly gets its fair share of them. Some people think this far surpasses digital invention that dominates the high-tech realm today. With the latter it is all about products, sales, and business.
According to sources on the Internet, the simplest description of a tuning fork is an acoustic resonator in the form of a two-pronged fork with the prongs (known as tines) formed from a U-shaped bar of elastic metal (usually steel). Online descriptions mention that it resonates at a specific constant pitch when set vibrating by striking it against a surface or with an object, and emits a pure musical tone after waiting a moment to allow some high overtones to die out. The pitch that a particular tuning fork generates depends on the length and mass of the two prongs. It is frequently used as a standard of pitch to tune musical instruments and it has done so for some time. So what does this have to do with medicine? A medical tuning fork looks very similar but it is the purpose that diverges. It is said to work with treatment for diabetic neuropathy and bone fractures.
A practitioner knowledgeable in the treatment of the disease or ailment has a particular approach to curing using a tuning fork. It sounds a bit mystical but has some basis in science. There are many types and sizes of them and thus they resonate at different pitches. It is called vibrational energy medicine. You may need a harmonic spectrum which is tuned to Pythagorean mathematics—the sacred geometric blueprint of all life, C and G tuners, D and A tuners, crystal and angel tuners, and sharps. There is a group called a sacred solfeggio as well. There are tuners for the different chakras of the body, for DNA repair, for the endocrine glands and spine, as well as for the brain. It all makes for a fascinating body of medical lore. Some are called universal tuning forks and will work on any organ.
The middle OM tuning fork is the frequency of the Cosmic Ohm, the sound from God that created the Cosmos. It is the synthesis of al sound since the beginning of creation and as such particularly resonates with the heart Chakra.
Vetting companies that produce these tuning forks is not easy, but it must be done to distinguish those with the right philosophies. A superior device will have better results as it will help direct the confidence of the practitioner.