Singing is actually healthy 😉

View into a model of a larynx

There are countless articles on why singing is good and healthy. I have just left this comment in a group on the subject of Bioresonance therapy, as an insight into what I do in my voice training /coaching work:

Frequencies can be regulating for a body system if they are organic, meaning they arise from another system, arise organically. Synthetically produced frequencies can be problematic because they are not organically embedded, because they cannot be organically absorbed and processed by the body (which is organic).

For example, 3KHz (a singer’s formant) is a frequency that regulates the body system (actually helps it to regulate itself, has to do with the larynx, among other things)
If you would produce it synthetically and mix it with any sound and make it available to a system, you may be lucky and it will have no negative effects (depends on the system and its condition), it may even have positive effects at the beginning. It depends on the state of the system, and therefore also on the person’s ability to perceive (perception is not a fixed staple, it can be expanded, we can learn and expand how and what we perceive).

Since the state of the body system changes, which is the whole point, it doesn’t have to stay that way, stay in that state. If we use the knowledge of frequencies and self-regulation with the voice, then we not only always have “the device” with us, but we also have the guarantee that it is not synthetic and always organically embedded.

The work is called applied vocal physiology and I have been doing it professionally for 20 years now. One has the opportunity to act and sing, instead of having a device do something. Highly empowering. 
So you work with high vibrations that regulate the system, become self-sufficient and change your vibration sustainably.   You raise your vibration. Because I’ve been doing this for so long, I, personally, can’t cope with such synthetic vibrations. I can feel how they mess up my system instead of helping it to regulate itself.

Of course frequencies have an effect on the body, this is already anatomically predetermined, we have Father Paccini bodies in the fasciae, which rise when tissue-oriented sound hits them. That is their function, to react to sound. This changes the entire internal structure of the fascia!

Of course, this can also backfire. For various reasons. For example: you must not hold a tuning fork to your temples because the person could simply faint (or worse). So something always happens in the system when we apply frequencies, so the question here is, do we have ways of regulating this, how much do we support the self-regulation of the system or possibly hinder it? I would be reluctant to leave all this to a device. I am even careful with organic sound sources, such as singing bowls or tuning forks in direct contact with the person’s body tissue.

If we use the human voice, we can ‘entice’ gentle changes by singing to the person or the person themselves sounds and learns to do it in a tissue-oriented way, in the sense of self-regulation.

Yes, again, singing is actually healthy

If I have struck a chord (pun intended) hit me up, I coach in Stuttgart  Germany and online. I’ll be happy to come teach a workshop in your town, contact me!