Voice Stress Assessment

Road to Wellness

Oct 19, 2005 at 2:06 pm

Voice Stress Assessment (VSA) is a technology that uses your own voice as a healing therapy. It was designed to clear miasmic (ancestral) patterns, producing an automatic state of forgiveness and the ability to move forward in life responding much differently to physical and emotional stress. The total core of the person changes with a distinct difference in their voice.

The voice contains coded information about state of mind and health. By altering patterns in the voice, considerable change in personality and health can be achieved. Alfred Tomatis, a pioneer in this field, found that if a frequency was un-recordable by the ear, it was absent from the voice. Changes in the way individuals used their voices occurred with his invention of the "electronic ear." As a result, Tomatis noticed that people's personalities were changing — the effect of sound was so fundamental that it impacted on their deepest psyche.

Sitting on a platform surrounded by magnetic field, the individual wears shaded goggles, which play a light show that your brain creates with the help of light frames. There's also soothing music through headphones.

Two transducers produce harmonic balancing vibrations underneath and up the back of the chair's wooden slats.

The person records their voice, talking about self, which produces a clearly identifiable pattern. This pattern is plotted into a visual pictograph or voice map. Areas of stress and of compensation are identified and show where the energy pattern is excessive or deficient. The voice graph also indicates emotional and physical connections to an illness, a spouse or partner, an ex-spouse, parents and grandparents. Each map can be correlated with underlying attitudes, beliefs and emotions and will show exactly where frequencies are missing in the voice pattern (indicating an imbalance in the person).

The individual is asked to focus on each issue as the missing frequencies are then played back. Each session includes one to six rounds. In this progression, the body balances its emotional stress points. This shift is reflected in the voice (voice remapping), which changes patterns that had become rigid and stuck. The patterns then become dynamic and moving (or floating) and are a reflection of your ability to adjust and adapt to stress in a healthy way. The process is lasting and does not "wear off."

For more information on VSA and scheduling a session, contact Cindy Bryant at 513-887-0216 or [email protected].

CONTACT JANET BERG to suggest topics for this column: [email protected].