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Music for The Healing Codes Part 2

Now Available: Music for

The Healing Codes Part 2!

What’s unique about this album? How is it different from Music for The Healing Codes Part 1?

Music For The Healing Codes Part 1 was written for the Universal Healing Code, and each of the 12 songs had a duration of 6 minutes. Elio’s focus with this music was to use special counter point melodies–that is, two independent melodies playing at the same time, much like baroque or classical music. It is these contrapuntal melodies that stimulate the brain to enter REM state and allows you to easily access the elevated function of the brain and benefit from the power of The Healing Code.

Music For The Healing Codes Part 2 is 2 hours and 48 minutes worth of music, more than double the amount of music from Part 1!

There are two key aspects of Part 2.

Key Point 1: The selections are geared to the Healing Codes from The Healing Codes Manual, which contains 2 specific Healing Codes for each of the 12 Healing Codes Categories. Each piece of music has been written to the suggested minimum amount required for each category when doing both codes. So, for instance, the suggested time for Unforgiveness Codes is approximately 9 minutes, therefore 9 minutes of music has been written. This allows you to do both category codes uninterrupted; you wont’ have to stop and replay the music. The music will enhance and amplify the healing effects of each Code.

Key Point 2: The music has been specifically written between 40-60 beats per minute, proven to be the optimum tempo for healing, relaxation and meditation. Music at 60 beats per minute produces a calming effect by lowering the heart rate. It also helps to promote Alpha and Theta waves in both the left and right hemispheres of the brain, facilitating the experience of calmness and relaxation.

Some of the things you can experience with Healing Codes 2 are:

  • An enhanced, deep level of relaxation
  • A removal of anxiety and stress
  • An Increase in creativity, learning, and memory functions
  • Assistance in guided imagery
  •  Healing from the effects of specific negative emotion·
  • A lower heart rate leading to a greater sense of calm
Get Music for The Healing Codes Part 2 With Prompts (for use when doing The Healing Codes)
Get Music for The Healing Codes Part 2 Without Prompts (for listening pleasure)

Go here to view a YouTube video of Elio and listen to samples from Music for

The Healing Codes Part 2

 Audio Preview of Music for The Healing Code Part 2:

Sample HC Music Part 2

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Music and Healing

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The ReturnI just read an article in my newspaper about the healing power of music. It cited several studies of the effects of music on healing.

One, done at Stanford University, studied brain function of people who listened to a particular obscure classical musical composer vs pseudo-music–sounds containing some elements similar to music, such as rhythm and off-key tones.

“The imaging showed that several auditory structures in the midbrain and thalamus showed significant synchronization with the music, but little or no response to the pseudo-music,” the newspaper reported.

They cited another study, done in Japan, on mice. This study showed that the responses of the immune systems of mice to music could reduce their rejection of heart transplants. Both opera and classical music could increase the time before transplanted organs failed, but “exposing them to single-frequency monotones or New Age music provided no benefit.”

Yet another study was done on people in the ICU who were given either a playlist of their favorite music, noise-cancelling headphones, or nothing.

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Music to Heal By

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 Can music heal?

Most assuredly.  Music therapy has been around for a long time (even in biblical times, David played the harp to calm King Saul’s depression and rages). More recently, Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords’ family credits her getting her voice back after her gunshot in 2011 to music therapy.

While research on the neurological effects of music therapy is in its infancy, what is known is that a number of regions in the brain are activated by listening to music. Scientists say the brain responds to music by creating new pathways around damaged areas

A PBS report on music therapy cited a recent scientific paper out of Harvard that showed music therapy helped stroke patients regain speech. Other studies found music may improve heart and respiratory rates and blood pressure, as well as anxiety and pain in cancer and leukemia patients.

These studies are very exciting, especially in light of a new product that I have been using and testing for several weeks. I believe it will enhance your healing, especially if you use it with healing prayer and meditation, such as the Healing Codes procedure.

A talented composer from Australia name Elio Pagliarulo has created 12 pieces of beautiful instrumental music to go along with each of the 12 Healing Code categories. It comes with or without the 30-second prompts for changing hand positions, so it can be used with The Healing Code.

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