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"jonathan goldman" Discussed on The Modern Spiritual Life Coaching Podcast

The Modern Spiritual Life Coaching Podcast

05:04 min | 8 months ago

"jonathan goldman" Discussed on The Modern Spiritual Life Coaching Podcast

"Of mind what happens, you know you muscles begin to respond. Thing the piano driving a car. Comes to relax. And not to take life on its face value that it's all mystery and it's an illusion. and that everything is random, there are no guarantees. And, Also. I. Take. There's no message in it. I'm not meant to miss. It's also. I, know people getting a strange intruder feeling about the nature of it, because the talking about the subconscious mind the nature of memory and dreams. The whole thing is dream. Everything in this is a dream. Now. I'm not show. The reality is but when you look at our own lives, we we don't know if there's any we don't know what reality is. We don't know what life is. We don't know what time is. We could be dreaming this at this moment. We don't know that's how asleep the human race is so hold. History has been one of a slumber, and sometimes it takes a little bit of I wanted to wake people up. Let's just pull the rug said. This is a movie now. He's a big what that's. In your seventy nine plus years on this planet, what have you? What is there a bit of wisdom that you can share with us that it maybe something we wouldn't know because we've overlooked it or something that you really among above all else. You think you've learned that you can share with us. Keep going. Keep going. Never give up. I think that's really good at what. Thing is we get questions in our head and? Voices they put us down when we were kids and all that, so I get over that I've had to get over the you know whatever trump and just I carry a photograph of myself my phone. And I was a little boy. And I was little confused will now look at as we did okay, kid. Did okay. That's very. Much. Keep talking. Like that nicest Tuck, but you just got to get out of bed. Get on. My grandfather always carried his own luggage and all of our luggage and we're always like what are you doing? Put that down, but now I realize like that's what it is right, but he kept going. Yeah, I gotTa do it. And that's the wits the meaning of life by Anthony Hawkins. He says it outright. This is a dream. It's no illusion. Yes, it is and if it's real to you, what is reality? What is real? Okay. Think about that and then replay that listen to beck again because it makes a whole lot of sense. And the meantime here we're going to be going out to twitter shoutouts and we go to show to lending at a row. Want tree forest that's black lives matter. And then we had the Pagan Pink Pagan Wedge and you can follow her at league war and those are the two ones we got this morning following us and following us back follows back or just our pinup. Promotion advertisement. Just re tweet it, and then we'll see it, and on the next show which be Friday on the morning. Gratitude there. The Friday Friday will just mentioned. And have people follow you back on that way as well and you have to have an attendant, and the intent is to truly to be following and follow back. That's what happens to this. We're GONNA continue on here about the end of the episode and This is going to be the Celeste Rio. wiki to by Jonathan Goldman as well as at this is going to be the sound soul, healing, meditation, and as Put yourself into some peace in the peace of mind. Right here until the next time on Friday. I'm going to bet you a good day. Good night wherever you may be in the world as well as this week. We're going to have a lot more programs coming up. I will have out of the garage which I'll explain about the Columbia explosion back in nineteen, eighty six, how I relate to that on a metaphysical level, and then we have cujo. He's out of Florida, coming to California bypassing the Arizona. He's GonNa. Do his one half hour one one half hour show. This is all taking place this week. Because of the July fourth weekend, so we're Kinda like lockdown. And Limited at what we're doing because of the Kobe nineteen, so we're doing the best we can with these cast have different podcasts throughout this week, so keep checking back and. Matter of fact, just make sure that you subscribe to the podcast. Follow us on. Twitter Like us on facebook and. subscribe to it on Youtube Right now. Let's get into this and until next Friday and I'll bid you good day. Good night wherever you may be in the world right here on the modern spiritual podcast..

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"jonathan goldman" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

15:52 min | 2 years ago

"jonathan goldman" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Welcome back to coast to coast AM, I cigar my guess Jonathan Goldman L before the break. We were talking about this great story of the divine name we played a little bit of that before the break. And you were saying that that was the sound that came to you through a meditation yet, Greg had confirmed that it was a sound that was used in ancient text. Right. Is that did I get that? Right. I basically it came to me, you know, what that state in between waking and dream and dream. This inner voice said we want you to make the sound. And that's where the sound came to me. And I literally didn't share with anybody because I thought it was too powerful. And then I candidate workshop that Greg done on the he called it the God code, and I realize he's teaching Kabbalah which is. Basically, western MRs. So during a dinner with him, I share that I discovered the sound he began to play it. And then we released it. And then I later on. I wanted people to learn how to make the sound themselves because they basically founded so powerful. And so I created a book called the divine name and. That's how that came about. Have you ever noticed her or require tested for certain frequencies, and I'm not sure about them? But there's the you mentioned the the self Asia frequencies, or the certain resonances you mentioned there was one called the Schuman resonance. Sure have you ever tested that for those? Or are there other recordings that you have that have those frequencies embedded or recorded Lord? Okay. So I like to think that for the most part most of my recordings are quite unique. They are at least at the time that it created them. They were unique. And then perhaps they may have been the whole level of people who work with them my recording, for example, called holy harmony was the first recording that ever utilize. The what is called selfies yo frequencies, and you know, the divine name is the device. My name shocker chance. I shouldn't this whole aspect of using different frequencies in different vowel sounds and different you know, mantras to resonate the shockers. And I'm grateful for that. I'll tell you. What is interesting is. With regard to define name. I had finished the book, and I just send it out to hey house. And that was on Friday. I sent it out to have some Saturday. I went to this expo, and literally I it was called the international new age trade show, and it was in Denver. And as I'm walking by this guy says I want to take your own imaging. And I looked at my imaging photographed. And he goes I want to do your alright imaging about what what are you talking about? So I finally said, okay, I'm gonna sit down here. I said, and when I when you take this picture, let me sound the divine name, you said, okay. So I signed up the divine name, you started taking this picture. And they said do it again. Okay. Took this picture. So do it again took his picture. I said, okay, what's going on here? And he basically pulled me over to the camera and the picture, and there's a picture of me, I looking kind of normal, and then as a making the divine name literally this white sort of gold. Dust, cloud is coming out of my mouth, and literally involves my entire head. You know? And it was quite an amazing things. I literally like, wow, I have you ever seen that before said? No, I said cool. I was going to have a. Those pictures I can send them into house, and I was actually able to send them into. Hey house when we actually included a. Little chapter right after that called the aura imaging phenomenon because I don't know what it means Lisa. But it was really quite an extraordinary phenomena. And it was replicated it happened every time he took the photo. Well, at that particular time, I never went back to have him. Do that three times in a row? Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. It continued to happen over and over. And I thought that that's pretty interesting. A lot of you sound things are totally you know. You're able to replicate them, and which is how for example, you can find your fabulous. Peer review information about the Humphry example, and we talked about all those phenomena, and with the divine name, you know, I suggested that it was indeed something that may have come from the Old Testament. But indeed after I one made the recording app wrote the book, I got all sorts of feedback from different from people who were followers of different traditions from native American to various things in the Hindu tradition. Etc. Saying, yeah, we we make that sound ourselves in these specific things. I said, okay, that's cool. Because if it is composed purely a vowel sounds, then it's a universal sound. Ooh. Interesting. So do people here sound differently. We heard this with the laurel versus Yanni. Yes. Wow. Well, what an interesting. Yes. I believe that we all do. Indeed. Here sounds very very different. I think you know, I think we also probably all see differently too. But particularly with regard to hearing sounds differently. This brings in the whole phenomenon for you know, people who were musicians or people who are. You know, nj recording engineers of how do you create a recording? That is going to sound good to everyone. I don't think you actually can because we I think we all do here differently. Indeed, you know. There is a phenomenon. There was a fellow by the name of Dr Alfred tomatoes who's a French auto land Golic just and he was considered the Einstein of the ear. And he actually I his work continues on he works with a lot of his work is continuing on with a lot of people from autism, ADD, etc. Etc. And he found that you could literally stimulate the ear inn, change your naturally healing process. But your whole process of thinking and being simply through listening for conscious listening and listening to sound. It's quite an amazing phenomenon people, you know, they think sound is just, you know, not much everybody hears, but actually sound maybe one of the most important centers. You know, it's the first like sense that is. Stimulated when we're in utero. I think right around twelve weeks in Utah. And it said to be the last sense that. Pass us when we go over. In fact, there's a book called the Tibetan book of the dead. Yes. Actually translate translates as any into baton. It's the Tibetan book of a hearing in the bardo and the bardo is that place that depends bleed you pass onto when you depart this plane. It makes sense that you're right. It is the first thing that we here in the last thing is sound. The first thing we experience in the last thing that we experience on this planet. The, you know, go back to the Laura versus Yanni, it was two separate topics. But because. That's a good segue. Wasn't. So the I I read or I saw the video on your site. And it said that fifty three percent of the people heard Yanni, and it is it. It's just a matter of different frequencies, and that was a perfect example of how we hear differently, and I guess the Yanni was a lower tone. Do you know anything about that? Oh, lordy. You know from my perspective win that. I think I literally I was watching TV, and it was very interesting because somebody who's talking about laurel versus Gandhi, and then they played the sequence of different newscasters. And I heard the word I think I heard any any Yanni, but when the person, but when I heard it from the TV instead of the TV playing somebody else's TV. I heard Laura Laura is a chief that has to do with different frequencies, and the different frequencies that I'm hearing and indeed this phenomena if you put 'em lower you, Hugh one if you if you if you like brought the equalization up you'd hear another one. I thought how interesting is that? So yes, what what a great example of the fact that we all hear differently. And you know, as I was saying before I think we are all unique fiber twenty beings, which is why working with sound. Is such on a level. It's all encompassing. Everybody is affected by Sam. But we may be affected by sound differently. That's fascinating. It really is fascinating. What about universal sounds like this Shuman residents the frequency of the ionosphere of the planet. Do you think everyone hears that the same? I think that I don't you know, once again, actually hewing that is a whole different phenomena because the Schuman resonance is seven point eight three cycles a second, which is below our level of hearing. It can be if you heard using a process called the binomial beat phenomena if you like or Sonics and training, which is without getting too complicated. If you put a certain frequency in one ear and different frequency in the other year. The difference between the two of us literally going into the brain and train the brain. If it's within a certain bandwidth. So we can hear experience the resonance that way. But let me just as a thought the human resonance is said to be the if you like the vibrational frequency of the I, honest, fear. The planet and seven point eight three if you like is really it's a mean because the Schumann resonance varies, and it is very simple as I discovered in the nineteen. It was actually discovered in nineteen fifty and then validated. In nineteen sixty goes up and down depending upon things like solar flares, whitening, weather, conditions, etc. But seven point eight three seems to be pretty much the. The if you like I mean, I tone of it. And it's something that is said that if you basically tuned to this frequency, you can attuned to the energies of the earth, and I I came across this around nineteen eighty when it first began researching this and it continues to be an amazing phenomena. We actually created some tuning for us, call the guy frequency tuning forks, which there are two of them and use them, and they can you can either listen to them or Pliva into your body. And they have I've had doctors and all sorts of other people just go. These are quite amazing tools. Yeah, they're very cool. 'cause I don't like to if you like create stuff that isn't actually valid and real. And. We'll have yes, positive effects. I appreciate that a lot. So you these types of tuning forks can be used for healing things like pain or or easing pain or creating an stimulating certain hormones. Well, we have two different sets one that is if you like for use on the body, I kind of like the way you would do acupressure acupuncture and other that you can just listen to when when you listen to it that is a great tool for deepening meditation and opening up your higher like, psychic and spiritual realms and using it on your body. I've known people who've had extrordinary I shall we say positive experiences. I I don't like to promise anything because we're all unique vibe or Tori beings. But a majority of people had really good responses with these guy frequency tuning fork. So I could thanks. Yes. It's so these are tuning forks when you hit them they create a resonance between a frequency between the two forks. Right. Exactly. So for example, if you put them on your body, you're able to basically generate that frequency of the earth through. A three hundred seventy level which I think is very therapeutic. I wonder how we could use that for healing for earth healing for planetary healing. Well, I think that. Probably it's it's really a great frequency for us as humans to a tune to a lot of us have become so lost these days in other frequencies that are created not that there's anything wrong on the internet or anything wrong with being on city, streets, etc. But our connection to the earth is so important, and so powerful, so very very healing. And we've lost a lot of that. Lisa. Don't you think? Oh, yes. That's why these global warming project and so forth that you were talking about earlier is it's a wonderful thing. Actually, tell us a little bit about that about the some of the sound healing day. And so for the projects you have going on. Okay. This is gonna take more than a minute or two. Okay. We have four the fighter break. Right. And so once again, like many different things I was in a deep state of meditation. Nation probably close to twenty years ago. And this inner voice said to me, well, you have uh. Help to bring awareness the uses of sound for healing people on a personal level. It is now time for you to begin to also if you like enlarge the scope and bring sound for the use of healing the earth. I mean, what great how do you do that? But whoever it was a whatever was that. You know was communicating with me wouldn't tell me, and then basically hit me, oh, what if we got people once a year to make a sound together? And I've tangle with Valentine's Day and making an awesome, which we talked about earlier is being the sound of a heart. So on world sound healing day tens of thousands of people throughout the planet. Well, basically, just stop for a few minutes and make an off sound projecting. If you like positive energy to the I honest fear the planner we were talking about..

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"jonathan goldman" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"jonathan goldman" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"A little different music for coast to coast that is the crown shock for music by Jonathan Goldman. And he is my guest tonight the sound healing pioneer. And a lot of great colors coming on Jonathan are you okay with colors. You betcha. That was right. That was the crown healing one. Right. Actually that was something called D stress. Just as easily win for program. But you know, as soon as I heard that I could feel my whole nervous system, just chilling out. It's definitely different as sound for coast to coast as well. I gotcha. It's great. It's great. It's like a little change here. Actually, it really has helped one of our callers who's on the line here. Dave in cliffside Park, New jersey. Hi, dave. How are you? Hey, secretary soapy voice. Thank you. Tree. And you know, your gas hose. Clouds. He saw when they were taking the picture. He actually had an onion sandwich before they took those pictures. You liked the music. Did you did you like the specific sounds that? You were here. I have neuropathy and arthritis in my right foot. And they have your low doses of morphine, which do nothing or they heard there's tomes and whatnot the paint actually ease little bit. Oh my goodness. Yes. Always really cool. Oh, that's that's beautiful. Thank you very much for sharing that I'm so grateful. Okay. High up you're gonna hate me doesn't Jonathan your your music is making an impact on our friend. Dave. Thank you. He was correct. I had onions and D before the photo was taken. Oh is that? Right. Well, that's okay. Thank you. Okay. All right. Let's let's see if we can go to Eric in Austin, Texas. Hi, eric. How are you? Talk radio as good.

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"jonathan goldman" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"jonathan goldman" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Coast to coast that is the crown shocker music by Jonathan Goldman. And he is my guest tonight is sound healing pioneer. And a lot of great colors coming on Jonathan are you okay with callers. You betcha. And that was right. That was the crown healing one. Right. Actually that was something called D stress. Just as easily win for program. But you know, as soon as I heard that I could feel my whole nervous system, just chilling out. It's definitely different a sound for coast to coast as well. I gotcha. It's great. It's great looks like a little change. Here actually really has helped one of our callers who's on the line here day, even cliffside Park, New jersey. Hi, how are you? Hey, sexually soapy voice. Thank you. Tree. And you know, your gas host. Clouds. He saw they were taking the picture. He actually had an onion sandwich before they took those pictures. Dick. He likes the music. Did you did you like the specific sounds that? You were here. I have neuropathy and arthritis in my right foot, and they have your low doses of morphine, which do nothing think they heard this tomes and whatnot the paint actually ease little bit. Oh my goodness. Yes. It was really cool. Oh, that's that's beautiful. Thank you very much for sharing that I'm so grateful. Okay. I hope you're gonna hate me. Jonathan your your music is making an impact on our friend. Dave. Thank you for here. He was correct. I had onions indeed before the photo was taken. Oh is that? Right. Well, thank you. Okay. All right. Let's let's see if we can go to Eric in Austin, Texas. Hi, eric. How are you? Good..

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"jonathan goldman" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"jonathan goldman" Discussed on KGO 810

"For coast to coast that is the crown shocker music by Jonathan Goldman. And he is my guest tonight is sound healing pioneer. And a lot of gray colors coming on Jonathan are you okay with callers. You betcha. That was right. That was the crown healing one. Right. Actually that was something called D stress. Just as easily win for for crime. But you know, as soon as I've heard that I could feel my whole nervous system, just chilling out. It's definitely different a sound for coast to coast as well. I gotcha. It's great. It's great books like a little change here. Actually, it really has helped to one of our callers who's on the line here day, even cliffside Park, New jersey. Hi, jay. How are you? Hey, surgery, Celtics voice. Thank you. Tree. Oh, you know your gas hose. Clouds. He saw when they were taking the picture. He actually had an onion sandwich before they took those pictures. He likes the music. Did you did you like the specific sounds that? You were here. I have neuropathy and arthritis in my book, and they have your low doses of morphine, which do nothing or they heard this tomes and whatnot the paint actually ease little bit. Oh my goodness. Yes. That was really cool. Oh, that's beautiful. Thank you very much for sharing that I'm so grateful. Okay. I hope your gonna hate me doesn't Jonathan your your music is making an impact on our friend. Dave, thanks. He was correct. I had onions indeed before the photo was taken. Oh is that? Right. Well, but that's okay. Thank you. Okay. All right. Let's let's see if we can go to Eric in Austin, Texas. Hi, eric. How are you? Good..

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"jonathan goldman" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

14:57 min | 2 years ago

"jonathan goldman" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Welcome back to coast to coast AM. I am a cigar. My guest is Jonathan Goldman L before the break. We were talking about this great story of the divine name we played a little bit of that before the break. And you were saying that that was the sound that came to you through a meditation yet, Greg had confirmed that it was a sound that was used in ancient text. Right. Is that did I get that? Right. Basically, it came to me, you know, what that's Spaeth inbetween waking dream and as a dream. This inner voice said we want you to make a sound. And that's where the sound came to me. And I literally didn't share with anybody because I thought it was too powerful. And then I attended a workshop that the Greg it done on the he called it the God code and realize he's teaching Kabbalah, which is basically western Mississippi. So during a dinner with them, I share that I discovered the sound he began to play it. And then we released it. And then I later on I wanted people to learn how to make it the sound themselves because they basically founded so powerful. And so I created a book called the divine name, and that's how that came about have you ever noticed or or require tested for certain frequencies? And I'm not sure about them. But there's the you mentioned the the the self Asia frequencies, or the certain resonances you mentioned there was one called the Schuman resonance. Sure have you ever tested that for those? Or are there other recordings that you have that have those frequencies embedded or recorded Lord? Okay. So I like to think that for the most part most of my recordings are quite unique. They or at least at the time that it created them. They were unique. And then perhaps they may have ushered in the whole level of people who work with them my recording, for example, called holy harmony was the first recording than ever utilize. The what is called the selfies Zhou frequencies, and you know, the divine name is the divine name shocker chance shooting. This whole aspect of using different frequencies in different vowel sounds different. Have you know, mantras to resonate the shockers? And I'm grateful for that. I'll tell you. What is interesting is. With regard to define name. I finished the book, and I just send it out to hey house. And that was on Friday. I I sent it out to have some Saturday. I went to this expo and literally I was called the international new age trade show, and it was in Denver. And as I'm walking by this guy says I want to take your own imaging. And I looked at my or imaging photographed and goes, I wanna do your writing. What what are you talking about? So I finally said, okay, I'm gonna sit down here. I've said, and when I when you take this picture, let me sound the divine name, you said, okay. So I signed up the divine name started taking this picture, and they said do it again. Okay. Took his picture. So do it again took his picture. I said, okay, what's going on here? And he basically pulled me over to the camera and the picture news. A picture of me, I looking kind of normal and then as a making the divine name literally this white sort of gold. Dust, cloud is coming out of my mouth, and literally involves my entire head. You know? And if it was quite an amazing things, I literally like, wow, I sort of have you ever seen that before said? No, I said cool. I was going to have a. Those pictures I can send them into house, and I was actually able to send them into. Hey house when we actually included a. Little chapter right after that called the aura imaging phenomenon because I don't know what it means. So, but it was really quite an extraordinary phenomena. And and it was replicated it happened every time he took the photo. Well, at that particular time, I never went back to have them do it. But I imagine that that three times in a row. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. It continued to happen over and over. And I thought that that's pretty interesting. A lot of you sound things are totally you know. You're able to replicate them, and which is how for example, you can find your fabulous. Peer review information about the Humphry example, we talked about all those phenomena, and with the divine name, you know, I suggested that it was indeed something that may have come from the Old Testament. But indeed after I one made the recording an app, I wrote the book, I got all sorts of feedback from different from people who were followers of different traditions from native American to various things in the Hindu tradition. Etc. Saying, yeah, we we make that sound ourselves in these specific things I said, okay, that's cool because it is composed purely avows zones, then it's universal sound. Oh, interesting. So do people here sound differently. We heard this with the laurel versus Yanni. Yes. Wow. Well, what an interesting. Yes. I believe that we all do. Indeed. Here sounds very very different. I think you know, I I think we will also probably all see differently too. But particularly with regard to hewing sounds differently. This brings in the whole phenomenon for, you know, people who were musicians or people who are, you know, nj recording engineers of how do you create a recording? That is going to sound good to everyone. I don't think you actually can because we I think we all do here differently. Indeed, you know. There is a phenomenon. There was a fellow by the name of Dr Alfred tomatoes, who's a French Orlando college assed, and he was considered the Stein of the ear, and he actually I his work continues on he works with a lot of his work is continuing on with a lot of people from autism to ADD, etc. Etc. And he found that you could literally stimulate the ear inn change your naturally hewing prices for whole process of thinking and being simply through listening for conscious listening and listening to sound. It's quite an amazing phenomenon people, you know, they think sound is just, you know, not much we're everybody hears, but actually sound maybe one of the most important centers. You know, it's the first like since that is. Stimulated when we're in utero. I think right around twelve weeks in utero, and it said to be the last sense that the. Passes us when we go over. In fact, there's a book called the Tibetan book of. The dead. Yes. Actually translate translates as any into baton. It's the Tibetan book of a hearing in the bardo and the bardo is that place. That depends believe you pass to when you depart this plane. It makes sense that you're right. It is the first thing that we here in the last thing is sound. The first thing we experience in the last thing that we experience on this planet the to go back to the Laura versus Yanni, it was two separate topics. But because that's all. That was a good segue. Wasn't. So the I I read or saw the video on your site. And it said that fifty three percent of the people heard Yanni, and it is it. It's just a matter of different frequencies, and that was a perfect example of how we hear differently, and I guess the Yanni was a lower tone. Do you know anything about that? Oh, lordy. You know from my perspective win that. I think literally I was watching TV, and it was very interesting because somebody who's talking about laurel versus Danny? And then they played this sequence of different newscasters. And I heard the word I think I heard any any Yanni, but when the person, but when I heard it from the TV instead of the TV playing somebody else's TV. I heard Laura Laura is a chief that has to do with different frequencies, and the different frequencies that I'm hearing and indeed this phenomena if you put 'em lower you, Hugh one if you if you if you like brought the equalization up you'd hear another one. I thought how interesting is that? So yes, what a what a great example of the fact that we all hear differently and U S O saying before I think we are all unique fiber twenty beings, which is why working with sound. Is such on a level its own compensating. Everybody is affected by Sam. But we may be affected by sound differently. That's fascinating. It really is fascinating. What about universal sounds like this Shuman residents the frequency of the ionosphere of the planet. Do you think everyone hears that the same? I think that I don't you know, once again, actually hewing that is a whole different phenomena because the Schumann resonance is seven point eight three cycles a second, which is below our level of hearing. It can be if you heard using a process called the binomial beat phenomena if you like or Sonics in training, which is without getting too complicated. If you put a certain frequency in one ear and different frequency in the other year. The difference between the two of us literally going to the brain and train the brain. If it's within a certain bandwidth. So we can hear or experience the Schumann resonance that way. But let me just as a thought the human resonance is said to be the if you like the vibrational frequency of the I honest here. The planet and seven point eight three if you like is really it's a mean because the Schumann resonance varies, and it is very simple as I discovered in the nineteen. It was actually discovered in nineteen fifty and then validated. In nineteen sixty goes up and down depending upon things like solar flares, whitening, weather, conditions, etc. But seven point eight three seems to be pretty much the. The if you like I mean, I've tone of it. And it's something that is said that if you basically tuned to this frequency, you can attuned to the energies of the earth, and I I came across this around nineteen eighty when it first began researching this and it continues to be an amazing phenomena. We actually created some tuning forests call the guy frequency tuning forks, which they're two of them and use them, and they can you can either listen to them or ply into your body, and they have I've had doctors and all sorts of other people just got these are quite amazing tools. Yeah, they're very very cool. 'cause I don't like to if you like create stuff that isn't actually valid and real people have yes, positive effects. I appreciate that a lot. So you these types of tuning forks can be used for healing things. Like pain or or easing pain or creating an stimulating certain hormones. Well, we've two different sets one that is if you like for use on the body, I kind of like the way you would do acupressure acupuncture and other that you can just listen to when when you listen to it that is a great tool for deepening meditation and opening up your higher like psychic and spiritual rounds and using it on your body. I've known people have had extrordinary actually say positive experiences. I I don't like to promise anything because we're all unique vibe or story beings. But a majority of people had really good responses with these guy frequency tuning forks. So I could thanks. Yes. It's so these are tuning forks when you hit them they create a resonance between a frequency between the two forks. Right. Exactly. So for example, if you put them on your body, you're able to basically generate that frequency of the earth through. Three. Level which I think is very therapeutic. I wonder how we could use that for healing for earth healing for planetary healing. Well, I think that. Probably it's it's really a great frequency for us as humans to a tune to a lot of us have become so lost these days in other frequencies that are created not that there's anything wrong on the internet or anything wrong with being on city, streets, etc. But our connection to the earth is so important, and so powerful, so very very healing. And we've lost a lot of that. Lisa. Don't you think? Oh, yes. That's why these global warming project and so forth that you were talking about earlier is it's a wonderful thing. Actually, tell us a little bit about that about the some of the sound healing day. And so for the projects that you have going on. Okay. This is gonna take more than a minute or two. Okay. We have four the the break. Right. And so once again, like many different things I was in a deep state of meditation. Nation probably close to twenty years ago. And this inner voice said to me, well, you have. Help to bring awareness uses of sound.

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"jonathan goldman" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"jonathan goldman" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Now, here's your guest host. Lisa gar. Welcome back to coast to coast AM. I we cigar. My guest is Jonathan golden. We're talking about sound healing next. We're gonna be talking about humming coming. It's very very simple. We've done it for a long time. Many people feel good. Well, apparently, there's a lot of science behind humming. The research shows that it is much more than a self soothing sounded offers on a physical level stress reduction in induces calmness enhances sleep in. It also can lower heart rate and blood pressure and release a wonderful neuro chemical called oxytocin, which is the love hormone. So you can always use that if you wanna fall asleep or fall in love. All right. We'll be back with Jonathan Goldman. After the break. I'm lisa. Cigar. You're listening to coast to coast AM, boy, it's going to be a fun twenty nine thousand nine especially if you're a fan of the live theater experience. Hey, everybody producer Tom here. And we're going to kick off the year with a live stage show on Saturday March twenty third in beautiful Everett, Washington, come see George Noory interview live and in person special guests, Peter Davenport, the director of the UFO reporting agency esoteric researcher, Johnny knock afterlife expert in near death experience or Daniel Brinkley, and we round out the night with rogue scholar and prophecy expert, John Hoke, come meet, George Noory, myself and all the guests at the meet and greet immediately following the show, complete with a live, band and audience participation. This is one night. You don't wanna miss for tickets and information, you can go to the coast to coast AM website in the event section or you can.

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"jonathan goldman" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"jonathan goldman" Discussed on WTVN

"Guest host. Lisa gar. Welcome back to coast to coast AM lamely cigar. My guest is Jonathan Goldman. We're talking about sound healing next. We're gonna be talking about humming coming. It's very very simple. We've done it for a long time. Many people feel good. Well, apparently, there's a lot of science behind humming. The research shows that it is much more than a self soothing sounded offers on a physical level stress reduction in induces calmness enhances sleep in. It also can lower heart rate and blood pressure and release a wonderful neuro chemical called oxytocin, which is the love or Mon. So you can always use that if you wanna fall asleep for fall in love, right? We'll be back with Jonathan Goldman after the break. Cigar. You're listening to coast to coast AM, boy, it's going to be a fun twenty nine thousand nine especially if you're a fan of the live theater experience. Hey, everybody producer Tom here. And we're going to kick off the year with a live stage show on Saturday March twenty third in beautiful Everett, Washington, come see George interview live and in person special guests, Peter Davenport, the director of the UFO reporting agency esoteric researcher, Johnny Enoch afterlife expert in near death experience or Daniel Brinkley, and we round out the night with Rhodes scholar and prophecy expert, John Hoge, come meet, George Noory, myself and all the guests at the meet and greet immediately following the show, complete with a live band, audience participation. This is one night. You don't wanna miss for tickets and information, you can go to the coast to coast AM website in the event section.

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"jonathan goldman" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"jonathan goldman" Discussed on 600 WREC

"To coast AM now, here's your guest host. Lisa gar. Welcome back to coast to coast AM. We cigar. My guest is Jonathan Goldman. We're talking about sound healing next. We're gonna be talking about humming. Humming. It's very very simple. We've done it for a long time. Many people hummed feel will apparently there's a lot of science behind humming. The research shows that it is much more than a self soothing sounded offers on a physical level stress reduction it induces calmness and enhances sleep, and it also can lower heart rate and blood pressure and release a wonderful neuro chemical called oxytocin, which is the love hormone. So you can always use that if you wanna fall asleep or fall in love. All right. We'll be back. Jonathan Goldman after the break cigar. You're listening to coast to coast AM, boy, it's going to be a fun twenty one thousand nine especially if you're a fan of the live theater experience. Hey, everybody producer Tom here. And we're going to kick off the year with a live stage show on Saturday March twenty third in beautiful Everett, Washington, come see George Noory interview, live and impersonal special guests, Peter Davenport, the director of the UFO reporting agency esoteric researcher, Johnny knock afterlife expert in near death experience or Daniel Brinkley, and we round out the night with rogue scholar and prophecy expert, John Hoge, come meet, George Noory, myself and all the guests at the meet and greet immediately following the show, complete with a live band audience participation this one night, you don't wanna miss for tickets and information, you can go to the coast to coast AM website in the event section where you can call four to five to five eight six seven six six come on out and have some fun with us. Call four to five to five eight six seven six six or go to coast to coast AM dot com. That's coast to coast, AM dot. Dot.

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"jonathan goldman" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

07:37 min | 2 years ago

"jonathan goldman" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Do you have a question for Jonathan Goldman? Yes. I do. I I was wondering if if perhaps he news. Robert munro. Yes. Are you familiar with Monroe Robert Munro in the Monroe institute? Most definitely I actually taught at the Monroe institute one time. Yes, indeed. Why do you ask me I had the privilege of meeting him in nineteen seventy six he was at home or at a workshop, I went to and his entire experience which led into his later work again because he was experimented with some sort. And I've always been curious about it. He didn't go into great detail about it. But he was listening to a tape of found someone had given him and this really probably ties. Yeah. What originally happened? Hello. Yeah. Well, if I can just he was just a great, man. Lovely brilliant, man, brilliant, man, and his work is carried on through the Monroe institute. If I can just interject I was talking about the favorite beginning of the show. He's one of if you like the great pioneers, and using what's called binomial be frequencies in order to create different rhythms in the brain and states of consciousness, and you are indeed, correct? Because he was a he initially had an out of body. Experience listening to a sound and he kept trying to find a sound. That would duplicate that never did that. He did. Find different sounds that literally caused different states of consciousness. Fascinating. Well, thanks for that reminder and for the shadow for Robert Munro. I appreciate it me. Thank you. It. It really does make so much sense that everything is frequency everything is energy. So sound is just another way of communicating or or being in relationship with with frequency and the healing aspects of it is also an incredible bonus that's a huge benefit when you add the intention. This is really terrific. Let's go to Marcia in Lescot dose. Hello, marsha. How are you? I am fine. Thank you so much for having this lovely program. I thought my now we'd all have frequency medicine to to live with all our our days, that'd be great. Who's really concentrating on that as a nurse? I would often get the willingness to say to client give me a sound. And then there'd be a sound and I'd make the same sound. And then we just haggard laugh or something like that. And as I worked at pediatric oncology. I would record the child's sounds often they were too ill to have developed them and play them back for their parents and for them, and it was just a wonderful way to connect with the visual Jonathan what did you think about that? That is so beautiful. I many different thoughts on I'm gonna make this really brief. But I have been waiting for sound to be the medicine of the future as a psychic by the name of Edgar Casey one time about one hundred years ago predicted and the actual first recording CD that I ever did. That was therapeutic is called dolphin dreams. It's the first recording that ever features featured commercially the sounds of dolphins, and I created that for the birthing process it's been used. It's probably been about thirty years. It's been used in hospitals all over the place for all sorts of. Babies, etc. And I just want us to just also that they are using now audio sound on a level where there literally using a MRI is in conjunction with author sound to work out with as a non invasive therapy for people with all sorts of Parkinson's, etc. This is growing more and more the university of Virginia is doing a lot of recent research and working that and so we'd be pioneering work. So I I've been waiting for frequency based therapy for a long time. And it's it's slowly happening. We're together. Thank you so much. Thank you so much Marcia for the work that you do and for the intuition than the guidance that you had to help these children keep it up. Thank you. Lots of amazing things that I thank you so much Jonathan you've really opened up such a world of sound. That is it's a universal language. Let's go back to our phones. Here. We've got Mike in Portland, Oregon. Mike is a first time caller here on coast to coast. How are you? Just fine. Lisa. How're us to talk with you and with Jonathan? Yes. Back in the nineteen eighties. I lived in Denver, and I heard one of Jonathan's contemporaries, even Halpern. Maybe you know. Stephen, certainly, yes. And he did a collaboration album with an oboe is by the name of Paul mccandless. And as a result of hearing that music many years later now, and I'm sixty two but at age fifty seven I just had to start learning how to play the oboe in the English. And I must make those falcons, and I find making those sounds with those instruments just so fulfilling and I enjoy sharing my music with others as well. And I find that it's kind of contagious once people hear that sound themselves. They go, and they seek out ovo in English horn music and the beautiful music of Steven Halpern music like yours. And I wonder what it is about that intonation that abstracts accord with so many people. Can I suggest that my wife who's really into angels plays the harp? So which is very very different. So I I don't have an answer. I accept that. They, you know, so many different instruments have their own unique extraordinary tone and different people are attracted to one instrument from people that are tracked to another instrument, and I don't think it really matters just as long as you resonating in vibrating and just feeling, you know, a lot of people feel on a level that the divine is actually sound, you know, in the beginning was the word that type of thing. So I think through playing music and even through humming, you can attune with the divine. I love the sound of the oboe as well. I'm with you on that, Mike. It's it's a very healing sound youthful. Thank you so much for your phone call. I appreciate it. And there's again, it's it's a universal language..

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"jonathan goldman" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"jonathan goldman" Discussed on KTRH

"For coast to coast that is the crown shocker music by Jonathan Goldman. And he is my guest tonight is sound healing pioneer. And a lot of great callers coming on Jonathan are you okay with callers. You betcha. And that was right. That was the crown healing one. Right. I actually that was something called D stress is just as easily win for for crime. But you know, as soon as I heard that I could feel my whole nervous system, just chilling out. It's definitely different a sound for coast to coast as well. I gotcha. It's great. It's great. It's like a little change here actually really has helped one of our callers who's on the line here. Dave in cliffside Park, New jersey. Hi, dave. How are you? Hey, sexually Celtics voice. Thank you. Tree. And you know, your gas hose. Clouds. He saw when they were taking the picture. He actually had an onion sandwich before they took those pictures. The. You liked the music. Did you did you like the specific sounds that? You were here. I have neuropathy and arthritis in my rights, and they have your low doses of morphine, which do nothing or they heard there's tones and whatnot the paint actually ease little bit. Oh my goodness. Yes. That was really cool. Oh, that's that's beautiful. Thank you very much for sharing that I'm so grateful. I hope you're gonna hate me doesn't Jonathan your your music is making an impact on our friend. Dave. Thank you for here. He was correct. I had indeed before the photo was taken. Oh is that? Right. Well, but that's okay. Thank you. Okay. All right. Let's let's see if we can go to Eric in Austin, Texas. Hi, eric. How are you? Can we talk? Good..

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"jonathan goldman" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"jonathan goldman" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"For coast to coast that is the crown shocker music by Jonathan Goldman. And he is my guest tonight sound healing pioneer. And a lot of great callers coming on Jonathan are you okay? With collars. You betcha. And that was right. That was the crown healing one. Right. Actually that was something called D stress. Just as easily win for for crime. But you know, I soon as I've heard that I could feel my whole nervous system just chilling out. It's definitely different as sound for coast to coast as well. I gotcha. It's great. It's great like a little change here. Actually, it really has helped one of our callers is on the line here. Dave in cliffside Park, New jersey. Hi, dave. How are you? Hey secretary Celtics voice. Thank you. Tree. And you know, your gas hose. Cloudy saw when they were taking the picture. He actually had an onion sandwich before they took those pictures. You liked the music. Did you did you like the specific sounds that? You were here. I have neuropathy and arthritis in my right foot, and they have your low doses of morphine, which do nothing or they heard this tomes and whatnot the actually as little bit. Oh my goodness. Yes. That was really cool. That's that's beautiful. Thank you very much for sharing that I'm so grateful. Okay. I hope you're gonna hate me. Jonathan your music is making an impact on our friend. Dave, thanks for here. He was correct. I had indeed before the photo was taken. Oh is that? Right. Well, but that's okay. Thank you. Okay. All right. Let's let's if we can go to Eric in Austin, Texas. Hi, eric. How are you? Good..

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"jonathan goldman" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"jonathan goldman" Discussed on KGO 810

"Coast to coast that is the crown shock for music by Jonathan Goldman. And he is my guest tonight the sound healing pioneer. And a lot of great callers coming on Jonathan are you okay with colors. You betcha. And that was right. That was the crown healing one. Right. I actually that was something called D stress is just as easily win for program. But you know, as soon as I heard that I could feel my whole nervous system, just chilling out. It's definitely different a sound for coast to coast as well. I gotcha. It's great. It's great. It's like a little change here actually really has helped to one of our callers who's on the line here. Dave and cliffside Park New jersey. Hi, dave. How are you? Hey, surgery, Celtics voice. Thank you. And you know, your gas hose. Clouds. He saw when they were taking the picture. He actually had an onion sandwich before they took those pictures, dick. He likes the music. Did you did you like the specific sounds that? You were here. I have neuropathy and arthritis in my race. And they have your low doses of morphine, which do nothing or they heard this tomes and whatnot the paint actually ease little bit. Oh my goodness. Yes. That was really cool. Oh, that's beautiful. Thank you very much for sharing that I'm so grateful. Okay. I hope your guest hasn't hate me doesn't Jonathan your your music is making an impact on our friend. Dave, thanks. He was correct. I had onions. And indeed before the photo was taken. Oh is that? Right. Well, but that's okay. Thank you. Okay. No, let's let's see if we can go to Eric in Austin, Texas. Hi, eric. How are you? Good..

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"jonathan goldman" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

15:59 min | 2 years ago

"jonathan goldman" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"And ninety four one FM. Welcome back to coast to coast AM. I only cigar. My guest is Jonathan Goldman L before the break. We were talking about this great story of the divine name we played a little bit of that before the break. And you were saying that that was the sound that came to you through a meditation yet, Greg had confirmed that it was a sound that was used in ancient text, right? Is that I get that. Right. Lycee? Basically it came to me, you know, what that's Spaeth inbetween waking dream and as. Dream. This inner voice said we want you to make a sound. And that's where the sound came to me. And I literally didn't share with anybody because I thought it was too powerful. And then I attended a workshop that Craig it done on the he called it the God code and we lost. He's teaching Kabbalah, which is basically western Mississippi. So during a dinner with them, I share that I discovered the sound he began to play it. And then we released it. And then I later on I wanted people to learn how to make the sound themselves because they basically found it so powerful. And so I created a book called the divine name. And that's how that came about. Have you ever noticed her or require tested for certain frequencies, and I'm not sure about them? But there's the you mentioned the the the self Asia frequencies or. That certain residences you mentioned there was one called the Schuman resonance. Have you ever tested that for those? Or are there other recordings that you have that have those frequencies vetted or recorded Lord? Okay. So I like to think that for the most part most, my recordings are quite unique say, or at least at the time that it created them. They were unique. And then perhaps they may have been the whole level of people who work with them my recording, for example, called holy harmony was the first recording that ever utilize. The what is called the selfies Zhou frequencies, and you know, the divine name is the divine name shocker chance shoot in this whole aspect of using different frequencies in different vowel sounds in different than you know, mantras to resonate the shockers. And I'm grateful for that. I'll tell you. What is interesting is. With regard to define name. I had finished the book, and I just send it out to hate. House and that was on Friday. I assume that to have some Saturday I went to this expo and literally it was called the international new age trade show, and it was in Denver. And as I'm walking by this guy says I wanna take your or imaging, and I looked and I said, I don't want my imaging photographed and goes, I wanna do your idea imaging what what are you talking about? So I finally said, okay, I'm gonna sit down here. I said, and when I when you take this picture, let me sound the divine name, you said, okay. So I signed up the divine name started taking this picture, and they said do it again. Okay. Took his picture. So do it again took his picture. I said, okay, what's going on here? And he basically pull over to the camera and the picture, and there's a picture of me, I looking kind of normal, and then as a making the divine name literally this white sort of gold. Dust, cloud is coming out of my mouth, and literally involves my entire head. You know? And it was quite an amazing things. I literally like, wow, I sort of you ever seen that before said. No, I said cool. I was going to have a. Those pictures I can send them into house when I was actually able to send them into. Hey house when we actually included a little job chapter right after that called the aura imaging phenomenon because I don't know what it means. We so, but it was really quite an extraordinary phenomenon. And and it was replicated it happened every time he took the photo. Well, at that particular time, I never went back to have him do it. But I imagine that that three times in a row. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Continue to happen over and over. And I thought that's that's pretty interesting. A lot of you sound things are certainly, you know, you're able to replicate them, and which is how for example, you can find your fabulous. Peer review information about the Humphry example, we talked about all those phenomena, and with the divine name, you know, I suggested that it was indeed something that may have come from the Old Testament. But indeed after I wanted I the recording and app. I wrote the book I got all sorts of feedback from different from people who were followers of different traditions from native American to various things in the Hindu tradition. Etc. Saying, yeah, we we make that sound ourselves in these specific things, I said, okay, that's cool. Because if it is composed purely avows zones, then it's a universal sound. Ooh. Interesting. So. Do people here sound differently? We heard this with the laurel versus Yanni. Yes. Wow. What an interesting. That was amazing. Yes. I believe that we all do. Indeed. Here sounds very very different. I think you know, I I think we also probably all see differently too. But particularly with regard to hewing sounds differently. This brings in the whole phenomenon for you know, people who are musicians or people who are. You know, nj recording engineers of how do you create a recording? That is going to sound good to everyone. I don't think you actually can because we I think we all do here differently. Indeed, you know. There is phenomenon. A fellow by the name of Dr Alfred tomatoes, who's a French Orlando college assed, and he was considered the Weinstein of the ear. And he actually I his work continues on he works with a lot of his work is continuing on with a lot of people from autism, ADD, etc. Etc. And he found that you could literally stimulate the ear inn. Change your not only hewing prices put your whole process of thinking and being simply through listening for conscious listening and listening to sound. It's quite an amazing phenomenon people, you know, they think sound is just, you know, not much where everybody hears, but actually sound maybe one V most important senses. You know, it's the I like sense that is. If you like stimulated when we're in utero, I think right around twelve weeks in utero, and it said to be the last sense that pass was us when we go over. In fact, there's a book called the Tibetan book of. The dead. Yes. Actually translate translates as any into baton. It's the Tibetan book of a hearing in the bardo and the bardo is that place. That depends believe you pass on to when you depart this plane. It makes sense that you're right. It is the first thing that we here in the last thing is sound. The first thing we experience in the last thing that we experience on this planet the to go back to the Laura versus Yanni, it was two separate topics. But because that was a good segue wasn't. So the I I read or I saw the video on your site. And it said that fifty three percent of the people heard Yanni, and it is it. It's just a matter of different frequencies, and that was a perfect example of how we hear differently, and I guess the Yanni. Is a lower tone. Do you know anything about that? Oh, lordy. You know from my perspective win that. I think literally I was watching TV, and it was very interesting because somebody who's talking about laurel versus Gandhi, and then they played the sequence of different newscasters. And I heard the word I think I heard any any Yanni, but when the person, but when I heard it from the TV instead of the TV playing somebody else's TV. I heard Laura Laura is a chief that has to do with different frequencies, and the different frequencies that I'm hearing and indeed this phenomena if you put 'em lower you hear one if you if you if you like brought the equalization up you'd hear another one. I thought how interesting is that? So yes, what what a great example of the fact that we all hear differently. And you know, as I was saying before I think we are all unique fiber, Tori beings, which is why working with sound. Is such on a level its own compensating. Everybody is affected by Sam. But we may be affected by sound differently. That's fascinating. It really is fascinating. What about universal sounds like this Shuman residents the frequency of the ionosphere of the planet. Do you think everyone hears that the same? I think that I don't you know, once again, actually hewing that is a whole different phenomena because the Schumann resonance is seven point eight three cycles a second, which is below our level of hearing. It can be if you heard using a process called the binomial beat phenomena if you like or Sonics in training, which is without getting too complicated. If you put a certain frequency in one ear and a different frequency in the other year. The difference between the two of us literally going into the brain train the brain if it's within a certain bandwidth. So we can hear or experience a Schumann resonance that way. But let me just as a thought that human resonance is said to be if you like the vibrational frequency of the I honest fear. Although planet and seven point eight three if you like is really it's a mean because the Schumann resonance varies and they vary since it was first discovered in the nineteen. It was actually discovered in nineteen fifty and then validated. In nineteen sixty goes up and down depending upon things like solar flares whitening weather conditions etcetera. But seven point eight three seems to be pretty much the. The if you like I mean, I've tone of it. And it's something that is said that if you basically attuned to this frequency, you can tune to the energies of the earth, and I I came across this around nineteen eighty when it first began researching this, and it continues to be an amazing phenomenon. We actually created some tuning us called the guy frequency tuning forks, which there are two of them and use them, and they can you can either listen to them or them into your body. And they had I've had doctors and all sorts of other people just got these are quite amazing tools could. Yeah, they're very cool. 'cause I don't like to if you like create stuff that isn't actually valid and real. And. We'll have yes, positive effects. I appreciate that a lot. So you these types of tuning forks can be used for healing things like pain or or easing pain or creating an stimulating certain hormones. Well, we have two different sets. When that is if you like for use on the body, I kind of like the way that you would do acupressure acupuncture and other that you can just listen to what when you listen to it. That is a great tool for deepening meditation and opening up your higher like, psychic and spiritual realms and using it on your body. I've known people have had extrordinary shall we say positive experiences. I I don't like the promise anything because we're all unique vibe or Tori beings. But a majority of people had really good responses with these guy frequency tuning forks. So I could thanks. Yes. It's so these are tuning forks when you hit them they create a resonance between if we can see between the two forks, right? Exactly. So for example, if you put them on your body, you're able to basically generate that frequency of the earth through. A three hundred thirty level, which I think is very therapeutic. I wonder how we could use that for Healing Earth healing for planetary healing. Well, I think that. Probably it's it's really a great frequency for us as humans to a tune to a lot of us have become so lost these days in other frequencies that are created not that there's anything wrong on the internet or anything wrong with being on city, streets, etc. But our connection to the earth is so important, and so powerful, so very very healing. And we've lost a lot of that. Lisa. Don't you think? Oh, yes. That's why these global owning project and so forth that you were talking about earlier is it's a wonderful thing. Actually, tell us a little bit about that about the some of the sound healing day. And so for the projects that you have going on. Okay. This is gonna take more than a minute or two. Okay. We have four the the break. Right. And so once again, like many different things I was in a deep state of meditation probably close to twenty years ago. And this inner voice said to me, well, you have. Help to bring awareness the uses of sound for healing people on a personal level. It is now time for you to begin to also if you like enlarge the scope and bring sound for the use of healing the earth. I mean, what great how do you do that? But whoever it was a whatever was that. You know, it was communicating with me wouldn't tell me. And then basically hit me, oh, what if we got people once a year to make a sound together and with Valentine's Day and making an awesome, which we talked about earlier is being the sound of a heart. So I'm world sound healing day tens of thousands of people throughout the planet. Well, basically, just stop for a few minutes and make an and projecting if you like positive energy to the I honestly or the planner we were talking about..

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"jonathan goldman" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

15:29 min | 2 years ago

"jonathan goldman" Discussed on KNSS

"Guess Jonathan Goldman. He is a sound healing pioneer and eight Grammy Grammy nominated recording artist Jonathan we talked a little bit during the break about humming. And you've a whole book out called the humming effect and its sound Ewing for health and happiness. What are some of the studies around humming for health? Well, Lisa I'm gonna backtrack for just a moment. Go why would somebody write a book about homing, right? And I co author this with my wife, Andy, and this is because oh, Lord as I mentioned before so many people confused sound healing with needing some sort of ability to either play music or be a trained vocalist, and as we were talking about before really there, you don't need that. And we you know, we were saying what is the sound that people don't judge anymore because nowadays with all these fabulous shows on TV. You know, who's got the best voice people are so judgmental about the voice. Are they singing on key off-key or they pitch you or whatnot? Right. Okay. You know, what's the sound that nobody judges? We looked at each other. When we should I home. Okay. So we realized that the that humming. Could potentially be used as a therapeutic tool, and we've been actually using it for many many years, but we realized also that this is the first book that has been written and professionally published on the subject of humming. We realized that we in order for people to take the seriously, we had a really the first chapter provide them with what is called peer review scientific and medical. If you feel like research that proved that humming had therapeutic effects and the Soviet first chapter is nothing more or less than that. And people obviously took it seriously because the book is doing very, well and more and more people are working with humming. And some of the things that humming debts. Okay. And I'm gonna play a little game with you just for a second. Anybody who's listening now start humming? And as you're humming. Pincher? Knows. And I'm going to do it right now. Let's go you can't. Oh, your nose is pinched. Because basically if your lips are sealed and he knows his pinched. Then the sound is not going out. So humming is really did. You know that breathing. It really is breathing isn't it did you know that most people I know people have been in the sound field for so many years. I did not know that they didn't know that. I said, okay. So you think you know about humming? How about this? So humming. Among other things. Here's some of the benefits. It increases oxygen your cells. It lowers your blood pressure and heart rate and this number one as an important thing. If you're kind of stressed out, and Lord what are living in really interesting times. And it's really easy to get really stressed out. So all you do is basically take a couple of nice deep breaths and for a couple of minutes with your eyes close. Your blood pressure will go down probably ten fifteen points in your heart rate will slow down. It's really really powerful and effective. And I just want to tell everybody, it's real and it works. Another thing that amazing. It's just so simple. So simple. And it's so important because we're also stressed out. Now, I mean, taking a deep breath. I wonder I've this is really good. But if you add the hump twit it increases, what is known as heart rate variability, which we can talk about later, but it actually increases our variability the likes of which nothing else does nothing that happens when HAMAs it increases lymphatic circulation, and it also increases the levels of melatonin a lot of people know about melatonin because it's been used for, you know, sleep enhancement. It's also been used for treatment of depression. It's also they're investigating it for shrinkage of tumors. So this is not known then you get a reduced level of special hormones. You know, all these various things that we don't want being generate then you get the release endorphins, which of those wonderful self-created opiates that work as natural pain relievers. Anything that reduces cortisol is a good idea. Yeah. Exactly. Correct. So much of it these days. I it's interesting. What are the shall we say ads before I was talking about, you know, using a product for nitric oxide, which I believe is wonderful. But the probably the best self generating way that we can create nitric oxide is through humming. And this is definitely scientifically validated in nitric oxide. Of course is a molecule that's associated with healing. And it's a Vasil dilated, which means it. Basically relaxes your circulatory system and allows the blood to go. Cool. That's so interesting. I wonder if it's the same for whistling. No, no why. Because I mean, if you wanna try whistling sound is going through your mouth, and it's not it doesn't have that vibe or acoustic level the most powerful vibrio acoustic sound that we can make is the in other. Because you're you're totally sealed. And it's only vibrating it begins its first vibrate in your sinus area, and then you can go up to your brain or any part of your body depending upon where you want to send it to. But if you Ling. Santa's going out your mouth and doesn't have that vibe or Tori resonance in your body. Right. Maybe that's why they say, you whistle while you work. And then you homeowner's. We. Stay awake. They had professional whistlers in Hollywood. Oh, yes. Oh, yes. There's a whole whistling competition. It's like a senior fright theme. Song for the good the bad and the ugly. Over that one is there's some really talented people out there. I know can we talk about home and on and those types of sounds of the Hindu and Tibetan traditions have been around for so long. What are the benefits of those? How is it? More transcendent, then humming or similar well, can I suggest something which floored me when I as as my wife, and I began to research, the the home we found we were actually at a place called yoga Ville yoga. Yeah. There is a place called the yoga Ville, and it was founded by a fellow by the name of Swami such NANDA who was the guru who began the entire Woodstock festival by having half a million people chant, and I am a child of the Woodstock nation. So I was actually at Woodstock when Swami such a had half a million people chat. Getting together. And I say that as a preface because my wife, and I were teaching yoga fell, and I opened up a book that he had written which was a translation of what is called time. Sleaze yoga sutras, which almost every guru, and spiritual master has done a translation of I think it's part of their initiative process or whatnot. But I just happened to open to this one page or one point two seven, and it basically talked about the original sound of creation was the humming of energy what they call Nava had to get this humming a name. So they called it. Oh, so, and if you think about it, the own is very very much it starts out with your mouth being open. Then turns into a it does it has a home to it. So there is a on. How you do it? Spiritual belief that says that the own came from the how about that. If you depend I do a lot of. There's there is that sound that comes from the oh part of it though. And there are if you like harm onyx and sounds within the sounds so for sure I mean, the I love the valve sounds, and obviously I have developed a system of owl sounds will resonate the different parts of the body and the shockers. So there certainly is the vowel sounds and thousands are like really cool because among other things they have within themselves specific harmonic that resonate in. You know, generate vibrations in different parts of the body. So this is a system of vowel sounds that he'll various parts of the body, or at least resonate them. I like to think that the he'll resonate Hanson. But now, you gotta ask what are harmonic? Okay. What are what are harmonic? Some what do they have to do with humming? Well, okay. Golly. Gee, my very first book called healing sounds which incidentally was interesting because I believe that WalMart catarrh gently weeps played at some point during the break or what mistaken about that? It was Michael did that. Yes. One of my favorite songs and healing sounds. I was able to actually get to George Harrison, which is a wonderful benefit. I had a Princess from Polynesia believe it or not who came to a workshop of mine Hawaii, and then she was going over to visit George gave him a copy of my book, and it's called healing sounds the power of harmonica and harmonica. Okay. Every sound Lisa. Every sound that we make is kind of like, you know, how light is actually composed of this whole spectrum of red, orange, etc. Etc. Yes, all the different colors. Well, when we. We make sound. It's actually many different sounds that are Jim medically related, and they basically create this incredible. If you like phantasmagoric level of frequencies, and what creates shall we say, the tone or the quality of a particular musical instrument or even our voices, which harmonica, which parts of the sound are most pronounced and those quotes formats, and every vowel has a different format that is most pronounced and resonates differently. It's it makes perfect sense. Why would we have these sounds any other way they had to come from somewhere, and originally, I can imagine cave people communicated through sound sound means something different for animals for original humans. It has intensity has meaning it has frequency just as you're saying just like light does. Fascinating emptied and fact at some point we will get into talking about harmonic. I know we have an excerpt from. The divine name. Yes. As we go to break that is actually me just intoning, and we can talk about the divine name later, but people can hear this is just my voice generating different harmonic, basically working with different vowel sounds, and I it's quite extraordinary. What you just said about cave people. Yes, there there is a thought that before there was language there were there was communication through harmonic some through you know, because as. People have said consonants create if you like verbiage which can create a tower babble, so people can't communicate with each other. But if they're going I mean in any language, basically has the same meaning. Must it must. It doesn't have a specific region that it's associated with it. It's a universal sound. Yes must. Yeah. That's why it's a healing sound the divine. Name is something that you did with grading. Yes. That's correct. And. There's actually a a story which I will begin. Now, if you like or we talk about after, but basically. As I mentioned, I developed Atkin tell you exactly when spring equinox that would be March twenty first nineteen eighty six in deep state of meditation, and I got this. If you like system of Val sounds that worked resonate the different parts of the body. Notice. A shock was he's energy senates. And I've been working with that for. At least fifteen or more years, and I woke up one day, and this inner voice that we want you. And I when I made these sounds I would go from the if you like bottom of my body to the top of my body from the root shock shocker at the base of the spine to the crown. We're going to the top and we listened to little excerpts of that. And this inner voice it. Okay. We want you to make this sound going from the top of your head going from the if you like crown shocker down to the boot. And then back up again. So Lisa I did that. And as I did that two things happen. I fall I felt the energy obviously, go from the top of my head the base of my spine and back up again. But also, I heard this sound and this sound was. A sound that I had grown up knowing about it was a sound. That was basically said said to be the if you like personal name of the divine that was actually literally given to Moses by the burning Bush and his found in the Abraham traditions all the different traditions, and I literally was banned in the bible for many thousands of years, and I made the sound, and I said, wow, this this may be the rediscovery of this shall we say. Ban sound what to do that. And Greg was teaching workshops on Kabbalah. And what do you call the God code had? Uh? Didn't with him one time. I said, Greg. I basically made this discovery, but I really didn't want to share it because I just thought it was too powerful. And he gave them a recording of this..

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"jonathan goldman" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"jonathan goldman" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"Coast and worldwide on the internet. This is coast to coast AM now, here's your guest host. Lisa gar. To welcome back to coast to coast, AM lamb. We cigar. My guest is Jonathan Goldman. We're talking about sound healing next. We're gonna be talking about humming coming. It's very very simple. We've done it for a long time. Many people hummed feel good. Well, apparently, there's a lot of science behind humming. Research shows that it is much more than a self soothing sounded offers on a physical level stress reduction in induces calmness enhances sleep in. It also can lower heart rate and blood pressure and release a wonderful neuro chemical called oxytocin, which is the love hormone. So you can always use that if you wanna fall asleep or fall in love, we'll be back with Jonathan Goldman. After the break. I'm Lisa are. You're listening to coast to coast. AM? It's going to be a fun twenty nineteen especially if you're a fan of the live theater experience. Hey, everybody producer Tom here. And we're going to kick off the year with a live stage show on Saturday, March twenty third and beautiful Everett. Washington come see George Noory interview, live and impersonal special guests, Peter Davenport, the director of the UFO reporting agency esoteric researcher, Johnny Enoch afterlife expert in near death experience or Daniel Brinkley, and we round out the night with rogue scholar and prophecy expert, John Hoge, come George Noory, myself and all the guests at the meet and greet immediately following the show complete with a live.

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"jonathan goldman" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

Ben Greenfield Fitness

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"jonathan goldman" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

"When walking traffic this tend to speed up so you can use those tion of bird songs of it's things like that to elect yeah there there are by the way to people you should know about one is michael tyrel i did a podcast a couple of podcasts with him and he produces soundtracks and cds that he composes to specifically target different emotions of peace in love enjoy based on the frequencies tuned to frequencies like four hundred and forty four hertz or five hundred twenty eight hurts these are all frequencies that that illicit positive human emotions and and they're incredibly relaxing i'll put them on when i get a massage for example just put a masai you know have my massage therapist put a table between two giant speakers or bring her the cds and those are amazing then also speaking of sedona arizona there's this guy named pouring guy who lives in sedona and he is the most amazing in my opinion sound healer in the world you lay on the special sound healing massage table that he has and he blast your body with with didgeridoo and gong and drum and it's an amazing sound healing experience i hadn't heard of this jonathan goldman guy recommend all all hunt down his what'd you call it frequencies is what you call his his tracks he just got an msn jonathan goldman's he's got about twenty city casado because it gives you an idea of some of the other seven or eight different cd but they all you know they use drums and put us chance and all these different types of south that take you to another place it's very interesting very cool very cool i like how you we've all this together into the book to where if you put it all together in this month dala you're gonna be firing on all cylinders from a health standpoint.

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