Below is a list of many aspects for the basic outline of the Gene OM Project information that will be mapped and presented; however, this layout might change as we gather more information from reliable sources.
“It struck me recently, that one should really consider the sequence of a protein molecule about to fold into a precise geometric form as a line of melody written in a canon form & so designed by Nature to fold back into itself, creating harmonic chords of interaction consistent with biological function”
– Anfinsen (1916-1995) (Renowned Biochemist/Nobel Prize Winner)
In each case we have three levels of vibration we will be looking at:
A. Overall Frequency of the part of the body.
B. Musical Intervals of the Frequency components that makeup each part.
C. Musical Relationships of that part to other parts
1. Cells – 210 different types
Each of the different types of cells has a very specific resonant frequency. Scientific studies have now discovered and measured the actual frequency of sounds emitted by a cell. In fact, research projects have been done that show that when you apply the resonant frequency of a cell to itself, it triggers the cells natural metabolic process.
Recent studies have shown that cells use sound to communicate with each other instead of electro-chemical reactions.
2. 206 Bones
Bone material has its own specific resonant frequency that we assume is mostly the same between humans (although perhaps even this frequency differs slightly). Perhaps different nationalities might have slightly different bone material frequencies. The bone marrow also has its own frequency. The blood in the bone has its own frequency. And, there is a specific resonant frequency based on the size of the bone. Then there is the overall frequency of a particular bone in a person.
In her book, “The Song of the Spine,” June Wieder has found the different frequencies of each vertebra in the spine based on muscle testing.
3. 640 Muscles
There is the muscle material (of which, there are many parts to one muscle), the size of the muscle, the blood flowing into the muscle, and the overall muscle frequency.
4. Tendons, Ligaments, Cartilage
There is the home note, overall frequency and relative frequencies of each.
5. Organ Frequencies
– Gall Bladder
6. Endocrine Glands and Hormones
There is the frequency of the hormone and the frequency of the secretion pulses.
There are 60 hormones with 3 chemical types.
Overall and frequency makeup of each gland
Musical Intervals between glands
– Sensory neurons
– Motor neurons
– Cerebral Cortex
a. Frontal Lobes – Most anterior, right under the forehead.
b. Parietal Lobes – Near the back and top of the head.
c. Occipital Lobes – Most posterior, at the back of the head.
d. Temporal Lobes – Side of head above ears.
– Brain Stem – Deep in Brain, leads to spinal cord.
– Cerebellum – Located at the base of the skull.
9. DNA and Gene Frequencies
It is interesting that our DNA has genes in it that are defined with different combinations of letters – A, C, G, and T – representing the four nucleotide bases of a DNA strand: adenine, cytosine, guanine, and thymine. Of course, each of these nucleotides carries a specific frequency. Also, occasionally more than one of these nucleotides will occupy one spot on a particular section of DNA – creating a timbre or harmonic structure. And, the 2nd strand of DNA has the opposite sequence of frequencies so there are musical intervals at play at every step of the DNA. Since the order of the letters on the DNA is so critical to each individual person, it follows that our DNA strand is simply a song moving up and down the DNA. Perhaps this particular song is our true Soul song.
It is interesting to note that there are four core frequencies that make up all of the music in the DNA.
Every acupuncture point has a frequency. Also various charts show the note or pitch associated with each meridian. Because this system is based on good flow through the meridians, once we know the frequencies and notes of each acupuncture point, we can then map out a detailed song as energy flows from one acupuncture point to another.
Each meridian is also known to have its own associated frequency.
11. Metabolic Rhythms
It is assumed that all of the rhythms within the body are in synch with each other in a healthy person. It would make no sense for any rhythm in the body to be off from the rest of the rhythms.
Since every rhythm is technically a pitch, then even the pitch of the rhythm must also be in harmony with the other higher frequencies in the body.
– Basic Metabolic Rate – This is the rate or speed at which our cells work. It is controlled by our Endocrine Glands in reaction to our environment, age, and genetic make-up.
It is interesting to note that a healthy heart is not necessarily about stability. In fact, a healthy heart goes up and down in tempo quickly in reaction to any stimulus that comes into the body. However, when a person is in a state of heart coherence (gratitude, love, joy, etc.) then the heart will go up and down in tempo precisely to an “s” curve.
Heart Rate Variability in Coherence
It just so happens that this ideal “s” curve exhibits golden mean ratios.
Also, when in a state of coherence, the heart puts out harmonics that are in golden mean ratios.
The most common healing heart rate tempo seems to be between 40 and 60 beats per minute. However, some people have higher resting rates and can be quite healthy.
23,000 breaths per day.
An average adult breathes 12-20 times per minute. Here are average breath rates by age:
– Newborns: 30-40 breaths per minute
– Under 1 Year: 30-40 breaths per minute
– 1-3 Years: 23-35 breaths per minute
– 3-6 Years: 20-30 breaths per minute
– 6-12 Years: 18-26 breaths per minute
– 12-17 Years: 12-20 breaths per minute
– Adults Over 18: 12–20 breaths per minute.
– Brainwave Rhythms
All rates in cycles per second.
– Deep Delta < .5
– Delta .5 – 4
– Theta 4 – 8
– Alpha 8 – 12
– Beta 12 – 30
– Gamma 30 – 100
– Cranial Sacral Frequencies
6 to 12 cycles or oscillations per minute
In the disharmonious individual who is out of balance, the Cranio-Sacral rhythm might behave like a stormy sea. Areas of tissue restriction will energetically pull and distort the waves, causing the Cranio-Sacral rhythm to be upset, uneven, and out of balance. This disharmony adversely affects the entire body.
– Natural Strolling Rhythm
From paying close attention to these rhythms for many years, I’ve noticed that there seem to be three main rhythms:
1. Walking at a slow pace totally connected to your surroundings – this tempo is our slowest natural walking rate.
2. Walking to get somewhere – this tempo seems to be practically double the natural gate and is the rate that most people walk when on a hike or when focusing on the destination.
3. Running gate – there are probably even different running tempos but there is one main natural rhythm.
– Circadian Rhythms
Technically, you might say Circadian rhythms are rhythms outside our bodies that we are more or less attuned to – particularly, the spinning rhythms of our planet, its rotation around the sun, and the rotation of the moon around the earth. However, in truth Circadian rhythms are not outside of us – we are part of them.
12. Fluid types
The different blood types account for the primary differences in the human blood frequency. There are many components within the blood that also have frequencies of their own, including white and red blood cells.
– Gastric Juice
– Aqueous and Vitreous Humors of the Eye
– Cerebrospinal Fluid
13. Body Cavities
Whenever you have an enclosed space there will normally be resonances that are setup based on parallel walls. Sometimes resonances might bounce around 3 or more walls to create the sound. Technically, these resonances are much higher in pitch inside the body because the sound is traveling through water instead of air. The speed of sound is 4 times faster in water than in air.
Technically, there are 3 frequencies in each cavity.
Three resonances in the chest
14. Body Systems
Generally the body systems are all about energetic flow. Each body system is made up of multiple frequencies and timbres that must all work in harmony.
– Circulatory system
– Digestive system
– Endocrine system
– Excretory system
– Integumentary system
– Lymphatic system
– Muscular system
– Nervous system
– Reproductive system
– Respiratory system
– Skeletal system
15. Brainwave Frequencies
The brain vibrates at various frequencies from less than 1 cycle per second to around 70 cycles per second. We look at these frequencies in detail in Section IX. All of the numbers are in cycles per second (cps), which is the same as hertz.
– Deep Delta < .5 Deep meditation
– Delta .5 – 4 Deep sleep (about 1.5 hours of the night)
– Theta 4 – 8 Dream state (whether asleep or awake). Very creative state.
– Alpha 8 – 12 Relaxed attention
– Beta 12 – 30 Normal day to day thinking and processing.
– Gamma 30 – 100 High state of meditation
It is known that brainwave rhythms synchronize with the heart rhythms when in high emotional states such as love or any type of bliss. It seems obvious that these rhythms would have to also be in harmony with all the other rhythms of the body. We believe that this rhythm is in direct relationship to your Root/Soul frequency.
16. Morphogenetic Frequencies
Science has discovered that there is no way that our brain can control 70 trillion cells and the interactions between them in even the simplest dance move. Not only is the brain not complex enough, the speed that information travels through neurons and the like is too slow to get the messages back and forth from the brain.
Scientists have now discovered non-local brains around each part of the body that actually control that part of the body down to the cellular level. The information about how the body part is to function and move, and the way it communicates with other parts of the body, is all carried in the Morphogenetic field.
This field is described as an informational field. However, when you get right down to it, the information is simply frequencies arranged in very specific geometrical patterns.
Nutri-Energetics is one of the leading companies on the forefront of these studies. There is also a great movie called “The Living Matrix” that interviews all the scientists in this field. I highly recommend it. Go to www.TheLivingMatrixMovie.com
17. Quantum Frequencies
These are frequencies that do not exist in our normal physical world. However, they make up much of the vibrational world we live in. Quantum physics is just now beginning to provide explanations so that the scientific world can embrace this information. Regardless, these frequencies can dramatically affect us physically. Many believe it is in this world that all healing (and raising consciousness) should start.
The biophysicist, Stuart Grace Greene, explains the quantum world as the world of harmonics, whereas our world of 3D reality is the melodic world that requires time to exist.
The physicist Macho Kaki puts it this way:
“Subatomic Neutrons, Protons, Quarks are musical notes on strands similar to tiny little rubber bands or little violin strings. When the rubber band is twanged, each of the subatomic particles changes from one frequency to another – electron to neutrino. When the rubber band is twanged enough times, it can change into all the subatomic particles you see in the world.
Therefore, all the subatomic particles in our body are nothing but different notes on many little vibrating strings.
Physics is the law of harmony among the notes of these vibrating strings. Chemistry is the melody that you can play on these strings. The Universe is thus a symphony of strings. And the mind of God is cosmic music resonating through 11 dimensional hyperspace.”
18. Voice Frequencies
– Key of Your Voice
Every song is in a particular key – every song has one home note. Everyone also speaks in a particular key and their voice has a home note toward which it naturally gravitates.
We can often recognize someone by the key they speak in. If someone were to speak in another key – we wonder what is going on with them.
As we’ll discuss later in Chapter 45, “The Sound of Love,” most people go to the root frequency of the key of their voice, when in love or when speaking of love.
– Your Natural Toning Frequency
Everyone has a particular note that is the easiest to sing – the one that takes the least amount of energy to produce. Just open your mouth and make a sound with the least amount of energy possible. Don’t stretch your vocal cords or mouth – just let it out – as if you are simply breathing the note (sometimes professional singers have more of a problem doing this than anyone). Play with different notes and you will find that there is one that is the easiest to make.
This note is different for different people. This particular note is really important for you, because it is the note that you can tone (“OM” / “AH”) the longest without getting tired. It is also a really relaxing and peaceful note for you to sing.
It is also the easiest note to use to practice bringing power through your voice.
– The Notes We Speak and Songs We Sing When We Speak
When we speak we are singing a song. Everyone does it. Every syllable is normally a different note. Some people are extremely expressive with the way they sing each word. Some sing more subdued songs. The songs we sing when we speak say a lot about who we are. It is the number one way we resonate vibrations into the world.
We are all professional singers! Often people come to the Institute and say that they have no musical background and are tone deaf. So I then sing back to them the notes that they just sang while speaking to me. We are all professional singers!
Sometimes this song does get constricted when people sing. Sometimes it does go out of pitch but normally only when we are extremely emotionally distraught or not feeling well.
Some people are very flamboyant singers and go up and down the scale dramatically. Probably the most dramatic word singer of our time was Martin Luther King. His words used musical intervals and melodies that were as inspiring as it gets. On the other hand, VoiceBio research by Kae Thompson Liu has shown that someone who is on his or her deathbed commonly only sings one note over and over – like a monotone. Certain cultures are more expressive than others and sing melodies that cover the full range of notes available.
It’s also interesting to notice the types of music we sing when we are enveloped in certain emotions. There is a whole science to this that is taught in theater classes. We sing completely different melodies when charming someone, when angry, when teaching, when critical, when in love, and when at peace. The key to greater authenticity is learning how to sing songs with your words that correspond to the emotion being expressed. This awareness is especially important when expressing love. However, when mastered, this technique can be abused (politicians are a good example).
The songs that people sing together are even more extraordinary. What duets we sing. In loving relationships, even more important than completing someone’s sentence is completing their melody (with the perfect rhythm and timing). You can hear how close two people are, in any type of relationship, by how well they sing together when they are simply speaking.
Pay attention to the songs that you and the people around you are singing when speaking. This is important because once you become aware of the songs you sing with your words, you might find that you would like to sing a different song. Perhaps something sweeter, perhaps something with more power, perhaps with more integrity.
Once you learn how to use your songs effectively, there comes a great responsibility to use your songs with integrity. There are many people (particularly politicians) who use their songs to be manipulative or controlling – or deceitful.
Most important, is to pay attention to the songs you sing when expressing love, affection, or kindness. Listen to yourself, and see if the songs you are singing are in alignment with the emotions you are expressing. Many people have grown up with songs in their voice that barely change when expressing certain emotions. When you really get it down your melodies come from the heart and are totally in alignment with what you are expressing.
Listen to others and learn the songs you would like to be singing. We already do this in huge ways. When in a relationship, especially a friend with whom we spend a lot of time, we commonly pick up their inflections – sometimes our whole speech patterns change; sometimes we pick up a line here or there.
The music we sing with our words is a huge part of the frequency that we send into the world. Adjust this frequency by putting out music that you like.
– The Timbre of the Voice
Of course, the tonality of a person’s voice is a huge part of who they are. Again, the tonality is made up of the harmonics in a person’s voice. Some say the timbre of your voice is related to the makeup up of the frequencies of your organs – particularly the strength or weakness of each organ.
– Voice Analysis
There are around a dozen companies that look at the frequencies in your voice and provide an assessment of your system at many different levels. Some programs show weaknesses in organs; some show the balance of your physical, mental, emotional and Spiritual bodies, and some show missing nutrients.
Then these systems suggest you either tone or playback the frequencies that are the weakest (or overly strong) in your voice to create a healthy balance of all the frequencies in your system.
Some voice analysis systems look at the notes you speak; most systems look at the harmonic structure of your voice. The Aspire system by Don Estes also looks at the envelope (change in volume over time) of the sound of your voice, and the sound of your breath!
19. The Frequency of Words
“Words are a heavy thing…they weigh you down.
If birds talked, they couldn’t fly.”
– Sy Rosen and Christian Williams, Northern Exposure, On Your Own, 1992
Besides the sound of the voice, there are frequencies that are carried in the words we choose to use. These frequencies not only affect others in very deep ways, but also affect the speaker internally. Negative, condescending and judgmental words not only affect others, but they also resonate through our own system. Uplifting, positive words do the same thing.
Not only are your words affecting people and the world around you
(some would say the whole planet),
they are affecting every organ and system within your body.
The words you sing are a huge component of the frequencies
that you are putting into your body –
and therefore affect your health.
Also, of course, our words often come back to haunt us vibrationally as people then treat us differently.
There are many classes I have seen advertised that are now focusing on cleaning up the vibrations of the words we use. For example, “This is killing me,” carries a very serious vibration even when one is kidding. Pay attention to the meaning of the words you use because every one of them is putting out a particular vibration into the world.
The Buddhist tradition calls this “Right Speech.”
20. Frequencies of Thoughts
Most people’s thoughts are simply their own voice speaking silently. Therefore, thoughts normally have the same word music as normal speech. Think about it, or just pay attention to the music of the words in your thoughts. Just like your speech, your thoughts are transmitting frequencies of music into the world, and your whole system.
As with speaking, the intention and information within each thought carries specific harmonic information that affects others and the individual. The frequency of our thoughts is also affected by the quality of words that pass through our mind.
Even more important than the actual thoughts themselves is the rhythm and tempo of the thoughts – ultimately the quality of the flow of the music of your thoughts. If our thoughts are imbued with tension, they can create enormous amounts of stress. If the thoughts do not complete by going to the home note, we are once again left in a state of tension and stress.
It seems there are 3 types of thoughts.
1. Normal thought which occurs in our speaking voice (sometimes in the voice of others).
2. Pure music. We are not thinking, we are simply singing a song in our head. We can also use sound and music to simply replace our thoughts and go into this flowing place of pure music.
3. No thought at all. There are two types: Stressful unsettled silence, and a complete state of inner peace and stillness. Some people also talk of a void, which can be positive or negative. We can also use sound and music to get to this place of “no thought”. Listening to or repeating tones, chants and mantras is very helpful, as are sounds that fade out slowly on a home note – which leaves us in a place of profound peace.
We also can go to this place of “no thought” by simple being totally present with all of the vibrations in and around us simultaneously. In this state of perfect presence our thoughts actually become the music of our surroundings.
Some people think that as long as you don’t take wrong action, it’s okay to have negative thoughts. However, looking at this from a frequency perspective and considering the Law of Resonance, we see that this is completely false. Any vibration is going to affect the vibration of anything close by. Therefore, our negative thoughts seriously affect every bodily function – from the heart to our nervous system, and every organ.
However, the big obvious problem is that most of us have difficulty controlling our thoughts. Often, there is no telling what’s going to come streaming through next. It’s really important to not go to the negative thought vibration of frustration or guilt over this. Be easy on yourself. Ultimately, however, one aspect of higher consciousness is to hold positive thoughts in your mind as much of the time as possible. The key to this is presence! Simply be as aware as possible of thoughts passing through, and learn different ways to simply and easily change your thoughts whenever you find them resonating bad energy. Sound and music are some of the most powerful ways to change your thoughts. Energy and intention are even more powerful. Two other techniques that are handy are focusing on gratitude and compassion. Both of these carry transformative vibrations – not only to your whole body, but also to the world.
Buddhism calls this “Right Thought.”
21. Frequency of Emotions
There are two types of emotions:
1. Emotions that create distorted and inconsistent vibrations, which break down our physical body and create all types of maladies.
2. Emotions that create completely coherent and consistent vibrations that not only can be healing, but also can take us into higher realms of consciousness.
We explore these in detail in “The Complete Guide to Sound Healing” Chapter 44, “Resonating Higher Emotions with Sound.”
22. Frequency of Chakras
Each chakra has a frequency, timbre, music, and energy that people have associated with it since the beginning of time. We explore these in detail in “The Complete Guide to Sound Healing” Chapter 42, “Harmonizing Chakras with Sound.”
23. Frequency of Auras
Even Auras have been associated with specific frequencies. We explore these also in “The Complete Guide to Sound Healing” Chapter 43, “Harmonizing Auras with Sound”.
24. Frequency of Your Soul or Signature Frequency
Your Soul frequency is explored in detail in “The Complete Guide to Sound Healing” Chapter 46, “Connecting to the Soul with Sound”.
25. Frequency of Vitamins and Minerals
It is now known that you can use frequency to create all of the vitamins and minerals out of thin air. We explore these frequencies in “The Complete Guide to Sound Healing” Chapter 30, “Using Sound to Create Nutrients”.