Sound therapy helps relieve stress

Siblings who live near Bluffton are convinced sound therapy, special water and stress shield devices have boosted their happiness quota

Siblings who live near Bluffton are convinced sound therapy, special water and stress shield devices have boosted their happiness quota and helped them release stress quickly and easily.

Carolyn Karlstrom and her sister, Barb, owners of Empowering Balance Sound Energy, are sound energy coaches who believe everything and everyone has a frequency.

“Our voice is more unique that our fingerprint and DNA,” said Carolyn Karlstrom. “It holds all the frequencies of everything that has happened to us, physically, mentally and emotionally.”

She said the sound of someone’s voice will indicate whether that person is angry, sick, excited, sad or happy. To balance out the negative emotions, the sisters have a special computer program that creates a balancing frequency.

Using a microphone, the sisters record someone making the sounds of ba, be, bi, bo, bu and ha, he, hi, ho, hu. The sounds are recorded into a computer program where they are analyzed.

“The computer (program) analyzes them and figures out each individual’s stresses and the frequency of these stresses. Then it makes a CD with sounds of the opposite frequency. When you listen to the CD your body absorbs the frequencies of the sounds cancelling out the frequency of the stresses in your body, neutralizing and releasing your stress.”

Karlstrom said the CDs reduce mind chatter, sleep is improved and stress is released.

“The best thing is that each CD is personalized to each person’s individual needs,” she said.

The Karlstroms have also installed IQubes in their homes as a complement to the stress reducing sound CDs. These stress shield devices are designed to create a vortex that removes stresses.

They cleanse the environment of negative energy creating a space that is calming and relaxing,” said Karlstrom.

The sound energy coach also recommends drinking hexagonal water.

“This is geometrically perfect water that is absorbed into the cells more efficiently helping hydrate people better.”

To learn more about Empowering Balance Sound Energy email Carolyn or Barb at empoweringbalance@live.ca

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