Masters of Health Magazine February 2021 | Page 11

My life and career have always been focused on helping people in various ways. As I entered my working years, the medical field appealed to me as a way to further that interest and focus. Thus, at age 25, I became a Registered Nurse and spent the next 30 + years in that profession. As I practiced my nursing career, I noticed that the medical system became more and more focused on just treating symptoms instead of digging a little deeper to find the cause and source of whatever issue was presenting in the patient. I found myself seeking to learn ways that I could help people live better lives without having to wait until they came into the hospital for surgery or medication regimes.

I have always been fairly musical, but never settled down to any one instrument. However, I was always drawn to Celtic music, and harps are an integral part of the Celtic scene. Since harps were so expensive, I decided that I would make myself one. So, for my 45th birthday, I bought myself a kit to make a small 26 string harp. Immediately, I felt at home with it as I started playing around with it. And, though I never took a lesson, I let the harmonies and melodies work themselves out. I tell people that the Holy Spirit taught me. After about a year, I was finally brave enough to let someone hear me play and soon I was being asked to play for events and beginning to record some of my music for CDs to give away.

As I look back on the thread of events that brought me to an understanding of how my harp music in specific frequencies could have such profound effects on the physiology of living beings, both human and animal, I am amazed and humbled. I cannot claim to have discovered this phenomenon all on my own. I have been blessed to have found several trail blazers that have gone ahead of me and cleared some of the way. Two in particular are Dr. Leonard Horowitz and Dr. Joseph Puleo,

who co-authored a book titled “Healing Codes for the Biological Apocalypse.” The information and ideas that they shared in that book really got me started down the path that I find myself on today.

As I started recording music from these frequencies as well as applying the techniques that Dr. Puleo shared in the book, I began to share them on YouTube

One day Dr. Horowitz contacted me and began to ask me questions about what I was doing and at the end of our conversation he said, “We knew how to apply what we were learning, but you have taken the knowledge and actually made music with it!” He now carries some of my music on his website.

Another influence on my discoveries was Dr. Masaru Emoto, who pioneered the work of freezing water samples from different sources and documenting the changes and effects of exposing those samples to different frequencies, words, and sounds.