Sharry Edwards, M.Ed. – Bioacoustic Vocal Profiling Today

by on October 28, 2013      

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Sharry Edwards

Sharry Edwards

The voice is a holographic representation of the self. Bioacoustic vocal profiling can identify biomarkers in the voice that indicate imbalances in physical and emotional health. By recording a sample of a patient’s voice and using spectral analysis and mathematical algorithms, a bioacoustic vocal profiling technician can assess risk to the body’s biochemical functions and structural organization from environmental threats and exposure to toxins and pathogens. Sharry Edwards, M.Ed., the pioneer of this unique diagnostic technique and the founder of Sound Health Options, first appeared on It’s Rainmaking Time!® in a January 2010 segment titled Bioacoustics: What the Voice Tells Us to discuss bio-acoustic biology and its diagnostic potential for disease and nutritional deficiencies. In this segment, Sharry returns to provide a glimpse into the evolution of the field of bioacoustic vocal profiling in the last three years. Join us as we explore the research and claims of the Institute of BioAcoustic Biology, the skills and technology involved in BioAcoustic vocal profiling, and the current challenges facing this promising and controversial science.

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1 Christopher Tyler December 7, 2013 at 8:52 pm

I love how positive your interviews are. Energy healing of one form or another is where the future is.

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2 david j. longenhagen January 24, 2014 at 7:40 am

Hello, long time since listening last, however a question? the way we hear music, the actual vibrations per second was changed by the powers that be back in either the 40s or 50s, the A sound at 440 was not always the A sound as defined by the current frequency number which i believe is 440. i dont wish to bore anyone with these details, but although their “A” is based on “their” definition of 440, is A supposed to be another frequency, and as such you hear the actual frequencies are the sounds we are listening to “bad” as a health concept since the arrangements are off?

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