Sound Therapy and the Five Elements Part II

Sound Therapy and the Five Elements Part II

Nov 6th 2014

I had some questions from the last posting, Solar Harmonic Tuning Forks and the Five Elements so I thought I go into this a little more. In his book, Human Tuning, Dr. John Beaulieau discusses some of his experiences and the work of Dr. Randolph Stone, founder of Polarity Therapy.

The elements, Ether, Fire, Earth, Water and Air represent a healing archetype. Fire represent morals, water represents soul, earth represents physical and air represents intellectual. If you are familiar with the chakra system, then earth is in the area of root, water is in the area of sacral, fire is around solar plexus, air is around the heart and ether is around the throat.

We express ourselves through the elements and our expression of the elements is constantly changing. As Dr. Beaulieu explains it,

"Each element is assigned a minimum to maximum range of intensity from 1 to 10. Level 1 is the least intense, and level 10 is the most intense expression of an element. Our actions in normal reality must match the elemental currents which are generating the event. For example, going to the bank requires an element pattern of 8 Earth, 4 Water, 3 Fire, and 1 Air...Thanking the bank officer requires another change to 3 Earth, 5 Water, 4 Fire and 2 Air. And driving home requires 2 Earth, 1 Water, 9 Fire and 7 Air."

By understanding the elements you can evaluate the type of energy of the person you are working with and using this evaluation method, select a tuning fork protocols which can help balance that person. For example, if you are working with some who speaks very slowly and deliberately, they might be showing signs of earth where as someone who is talking very quickly is showing signs of air.

I'll talk more about evaluating and using tuning forks when working with specific elements in the next posting.