Human BioAcoustics In Action

Sharry Edwards,

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ã 2000, 2003

References from ancient civilizations reveal that sound was at one time used to balance and maintain health. For thousands of years, Tibetans have known the positive, vibrational affects of bells and chanting. Chi, the traditional Chinese medicine, recognized that the body is based on energy and balance. The Bible equated "The Word," a form of sound, with God and Creation.

Today it seems that these ancient wisdoms are being revisited as conventional medicine, with its previous reliance upon the scientific method, begins to pay attention to the potential of sound to nourish the body's capacity to self-heal.

Using modern techniques and computers, this rapidly growing field, known as BioAcoustics (literally "life sounds"), uses voice spectral analysis to gather biochemical, emotional and structural information about a person.

Dr. Terrence Bugno, a Chicago based Oncologist, has worked with BioAcoustics for nearly three years and can attest to its value as a complement to conventional medical care. Bugno states, "The myriad of both published cases of successful interventions spanning a broad range of human ailments, speaks for itself. I have been able to analyze and critique BioAcoustic methods, assessing the benefits and outcomes, The track record of successful outcomes is quite impressive." Dr. Bugno is a Trustee of the Sound Health Research Institute.


1. Michael was on his way to a secluded rural Ohio research facility to demonstrate a new product. He was intrigued and wondered if this new technique that he had heard so much about, BioAcoustics, could really reveal the physical condition of the body. Michael was given a tour of the facility and quickly accepted the offer to have his voice analyzed. His vocal print revealed that he might have a serious thyroid issue but Michael had no medical history or evidence of any such problem. Just to be sure, it was suggested that Michael visit his medical practitioner. The lab results taken a few days later indicated nothing abnormal. Both Michael and his doctor, were pleased that nothing was wrong, had a good laugh about this new technique and went back to life as usual.

Several days later, Michael collapsed with a set of mysterious symptoms that stumped the local doctors. His heart was erratic, he was sweating profusely, he was anxious and disoriented. The doctors were puzzled but Michael remembered the vocal test. As it turned out a serious thyroid condition was indeed the problem. The vocal print had revealed that, nine days PRIOR to any physical symptoms or lab results, the thyroid was in stress.


2. They said she had forgotten how to read! Over the summer, Andi, a top reader last session, had forgotten how to read. Andi should be put in a special reading class her teacher demanded. This embarrassed Andi and made her reluctant to go to school. She cried every day. On the days she didn't cry she pretended to be sick.

One day while she was riding in the car, Andi wrote some words on a small slip of paper and handed it silently to her mother. Head down, Andi was staring at her lap as her mother read the message. It read, "Mommy, I feel so stupid. Why can't I read anymore?" Her mother reported that her own tears were so quick and so thick that she pulled over onto the side of the road while she and Andi cried in shared frustration and dismay. Shortly thereafter Andi was brought to a BioAcoustic clinic where vocal testing was used to determine if there were any biochemical reasons for the reading problems. During that session, while using low frequency sound, Andi was able to read clearly and without hesitation.

The test pointed to the possibility that Andi had been poisoned with formaldehyde, a chemical preservative. As a detoxification program was initiated, Andi's teacher noticed immediate and striking differences. Andi's self esteem soared. She was again a bright, cheerful, intelligent seven year old child. Best of all, she could read again!

Muscle Trauma

3. Bob was an attorney, but more than that he was a motorcycle enthusiast. Four years ago, Bob had an accident so severe that the doctors wanted to amputate his leg. Being an avid tennis player, Bob refused to allow the operations but after four years there was little hope that he would ever be able to walk normally again. The lower portion of his leg was as large as a football, he could not walk straight nor bend his ankle; his stamina for any exercise was gone. Bob closed his law practice and went home to his parents who lived in a small community in Ohio. He felt that his life was over.

In a local grocery store, Bob met a local tennis player who later introduced him to an experimental technique being offered at a local college. Two months later, after working with BioAcoutics, Bob was back on the tennis court giving the locals a challenging workout. He could walk straight, he could almost run, he could chase a tennis ball. The swelling dissipated, his leg now had muscle tone and movement. He had his life back. He was ecstatic.

These three stories are only a small fraction of those who have been helped by using the information that a vocal print can reveal. Using the idea that frequencies contained in the voice are holographic representations of your state of health, the field of BioAcoustics is quickly gaining a reputation for excellence. Twenty-five years of development by the pioneer of the technique, Sharry Edwards, has shown that every muscle, compound, process and structure of the body has a Frequency Equivalentä that can be mathematically calculated. This provides the foundation for the concept that the body's ability to heal itself can originate as frequency interactions between the molecular signals of the entire body. When these patterns become discordant, dis-ease is the result. When fed the correct frequencies, a new harmony can result, with the person experiencing notable healing.

BioAcoustic vocal prints can be used to determine which nutrient Frequencies Frequency Equivalentä are required by your body. Taking those nutrients takes the guess work out of using supplements.

BioAcoustics can be used as a predictive measurement for athletes, body builders and sports enthusiasts to identify the frequencies for the muscles that are too weak or too strong. BioAcoustics can help identify a potential muscle injury before it happens; keeping players off the bench!

Sensitive persons often experience symptoms before conventional lab tests reveal any actual problem. BioAcoustics evaluations have been able to provide information, which can allow the physician and client to manage the approaching disease process before it becomes established.

As a predictive, pre-diagnostic, evaluative assessment of the body, BioAcoustics is well on its way to becoming an intrinsic part of the health of the future as we begin to remember the sound healing of the past.

A free information packet can be requested from the Sound Health Research Institute, a non-profit organization, by writing to PO Box 416, Albany Ohio 45701. 740-698-9119 or Email check out Ms. Edwards' web site,

BioAcoustics is not intended to diagnose, prescribe for, treat or claim to prevent, mitigate or cure any disease. The term Frequency Equivalent is a Service Mark of BioAcoustics and Sharry Edwards. The Sound Health Research Institute is an independent, exempt corporation established to support BioAcoustics.