"Our mission is to establish a new health paradigm that embraces vibrational medicine as a leading alternative method for improved health and wellness."

-Good Vibrations Music, Co.

At Good Vibrations Music, our methodology is rooted in scientific principles, emphasizing the impact of vibrations and frequencies for a profound realignment of the mind, body, and spirit. The efficacy of Frequency Infused Music™ stems from its ability to influence both emotional and physical states. Recognizing that emotional imbalances often underpin physical ailments, our approach prioritizes emotional healing as a pathway to alleviating associated physical symptoms.

The Science of Frequencies for Health and Healing

The daily sounds you consume impact every aspect of overall well-being. Mitchell Gaynor, M.D. and Oncologist says, “You can look at disease as a form of disharmony. And there’s no organ system in the body that’s not affected by sound and music and vibration.” The questions become: How does sound have an impact in wellness? And how can you use sound to support your health?

Sound therapy, also known as sound healing, is based on the idea that certain sounds and frequencies can positively impact your physical and mental well-being. The science behind sound therapy is rooted in the concept of resonance, which suggests that everything in the universe has a natural frequency at which it vibrates. When external sounds are introduced, they can influence and synchronize the vibrations of the body's cells, tissues, and organs. 

Proponents of sound therapy believe that exposure to specific frequencies can stimulate healing processes, reduce stress, and promote relaxation. Additionally, sound therapy may affect the autonomic nervous system, influencing heart rate, blood pressure, and other physiological functions.

The concept of sound and music contributing to health is not new, with the first music therapy program in the U.S. dating back to 1944. Even modern medicine recognizes the healing potential of sound, as seen in technologies like ultrasound.

Major hospitals now incorporate sound into their environments, using ambient therapy systems to help patients relax and reduce pain. The therapeutic benefits of sound are increasingly acknowledged, including immune system strengthening, stress reduction, cortisol level lowering, anxiety reduction before surgery, increased production of immunoglobulin A and natural killer cells, decreased pain in pediatric ER patients, and promotion of deep meditative relaxation.

In today's world, being conscious of daily sounds is essential for maintaining health. Avoiding noisy environments and incorporating silence in meditation can counteract negative effects such as elevated blood pressure, loss of sleep, increased heart rate, cardiovascular constriction, labored breathing, and changes in brain chemistry.

Conscious management of your "sound diet" is essential for one's well-being. Attend activities like yoga or kirtan classes, where rhythmic singing and chanting are embraced. In a busy modern lifestyle, choosing health-supportive frequencies in music becomes important. Nikola Tesla's words, "If you want to find the secrets of the universe, think in terms of energy, frequency, and vibration," resonate with the idea that the sounds we expose ourselves to can significantly impact our health.

Local organizations like us, Good Vibrations Music Co., contribute significantly to the promotion of vibrational medicine. As a non-profit 501(c)3, we provide music to those with Parkinson’s disease, Autism, PTSD, and trauma, with over 13,000 downloads donated in the last two years. Our mission is to establish a new health paradigm that embraces vibrational medicine as a leading alternative method for improved health and wellness. It's a reminder that you can actively shape your health by curating your "sound diet" and choosing frequencies that resonate positively with your well-being.

From a grateful mother:

“Picture on the left was a year ago, picture on the right was a couple months ago. Janelíe was being treated by a dermatologist who had her on prednisone seven days every month… I stopped her prednisone treatment (it just did not feel right) but realized that her hair started to grow in more… Every night my daughter would go to sleep with spa music on from my phone. I purchased a speaker with Frequency Infused Music from Good Vibrations Music, Co. She liked it better and wanted to sleep with the speaker every night. A year after, Janelíe has grown 80% of the hair she had lost… and with NO Prednisone! Her eyebrows, which she had absolutely no hair in, have grown back! Although Janelíe always has a smile on her face, her smile on the right side (after a year of using the speaker) is a lot bigger than the smile on the left.”

About Our Frequency Infused Music

Vibrational healing, also known as VHMT or massage therapy, utilizes vibration to reduce stress and enhance well-being. It operates on the principle that everything, including the human body, is composed of vibrations. Our music, crafted in the ancient 432 Hz tonal scale, combines melodies and sounds infused with frequencies targeting specific conditions. Rooted in science, our techniques harness the power of vibration and frequencies to intensify shifts and reharmonize the mind, body, and spirit. Our diverse collections cater to various needs, offering music for physical, emotional, and spiritual conditions, including options for deep sleep, yoga, meditation, and more.

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About Our Vibroacoustic Products

We excel in amplifying vibrations, and our vibro-acoustic products leverage cutting-edge vibrational technology to create an unparalleled relaxation experience. With our Frequency Infused Music™, you not only hear the music but also feel its soothing vibrations. This vibroacoustic therapy induces relaxation, fostering the healing of both body and mind. Our product line extends to massage, yoga, and wellness industries, offering versatile solutions that go beyond conventional applications.

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Further Research on Sound and Vibroacoustic Therapy

Contemporary Vibroacoustic Therapy: Perspectives on Clinical Practice, Research, and Training

"...it was found that the intensive use of VAT (vibroacoustic therapy) post-operatively had a significant effect on pain reduction, reduced the need for narcotics, and decreased emotions of anxiety, hostility, and depression when compared with the experimental group and the control group." READ MORE

Low Frequency Sound Treatment Promoting Physical and Emotional Relaxation

"The results show that pain and tension decreased... sense of peace, self reflection, and clarity increased as well as focus and alertness." READ MORE

Good Vibrations – Effects of Whole Body Vibration on Attention in Healthy Individuals and Individuals with ADHD

"Whole body vibration (WBV) was demonstrated to improve cognitive performance of healthy individuals as well as of individuals with ADHD. WBV treatment is relatively inexpensive and easy to apply and might, therefore, be of potential relevance for clinical use." READ MORE