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Acoustic research is essential to research at Curanz Sounds.

We are constantly researching things related to frequencies and sound, such as recording technology such as microphones, as well as editing technology and technology to control acoustic characteristics.

Bioresonance therapy is a technique devised by Paul Schmidt in Germany, and although it is available for free treatment in Japan, you can receive bioresonance therapy at some clinics.

hand-me-down from the doctor

This time, I received a bioresonance therapy machine that a doctor friend of mine had obtained for free medical treatment at his clinic, so I would like to use it for research on Curanz Sounds.

I would like to take this opportunity to share the link to the clinic.

He is an extremely talented doctor who is very aware of the latest technology, such as being one of the first to introduce PayPay payments, and is the main personality on a local radio program in Miki City, not only as a doctor but also as a caller. He is also active in a wide range of fields.

Miki City – Yamamoto Clinic


I cannot comment on the efficacy or efficacy as there are legal issues involved.

However, later on I will write about the effects that can be expected from an artistic and philosophical perspective in a non-medical way.

There are many books published on the medical aspects related to bioresonance, so I encourage you to read them.

By the way, this is what I’m currently reading.

Expanded and revised version of the “Ki and Wave” health method from Germany (check on Amazon)

There are pros and cons in this field.

It is necessary for researchers (considerers) themselves to consider and provide information by clearly separating science and philosophy.

I think that some books, depending on the title, may not be of much use to anyone.

Of course, throughout the long history of humankind, people have been able to completely heal their illnesses through prayer, awareness, and imagery.

From a scientific perspective, it is a phenomenon of zero sample size and lack of reproducibility.

However, even at this physical level, science has only been able to elucidate a small part of the story, and it is true that some people express the impression that “humankind has developed science to this extent.” I think it’s more natural to think that in terms of knowing the world and the universe, it’s extremely small.

Miyuki Hasekura, who previously appeared on the Naokiman Show and who can see the so-called Akashic Records, said this in a conversation.

In the electromagnetic field, 99.99999% is still invisible, and it is arrogant to call only certain parts of what is known science, and to say that other parts are not scientific. What if we called it unscience instead of non-science?
Miyuki Hasekura

I’m sure I’m not the only one who finds the name “Unscientific Area” very fitting.

Rather than debating whether bioresonance therapy is science, philosophy, or spirituality, I think many people would be more satisfied with the idea that it is unscientific.

The phenomenon of curing illness through prayer or waving hands can also be called unscientific.

Sound engineer’s perspective

When an acoustic engineer hears the idea of annihilating a cell or some other part by applying a paired frequency to a specific frequency, the first thing that comes to mind is probably the anti-phase problem.

I would like to explain phase and antiphase on another occasion, but if you apply a waveform with an antiphase to a certain waveform, the sound will disappear.

No sound can be heard from the speakers.

They cancel each other out, but if you look at it from this perspective, the frequencies will definitely resonate, and they will cancel each other out.

philosophical perspective

If you look at clinics that offer free treatment in Japan, the prices are extremely high.

No matter how much free medical treatment it is, the price is high, but why is it this price?

This is thought to induce philosophical and psychological factors.

In other words, although it is provided by scientists, the scientists themselves include more than enough philosophical factors.

At any religious facility, you will have to pay a certain amount of money to receive prayers, supplications, and supplications that you find a bit difficult.

For example, performing Kagura at Ise Grand Shrine costs about 100,000 yen.

If I was told that this cost only 300 yen, I wouldn’t feel like it would be effective.

It can be said to be a stronger version of the flasebo effect.

Flasebo medicine is actually effective, so how unscientific is medicine and science? You can see that.

Research approach at Curanz Sounds

The research on Curanz Sounds is from an artistic/philosophical approach.

Having said that, I am a musician after all, and I am very good at converting consciousness, images, wishes and prayers into sounds, sounds, and waveforms.

Since I am also able to handle synthesizers, I will proceed with my research while focusing on what effects and phenomena I can imagine while comparing them with my own spiritual sensibilities.

I think that the reason our research has a strong advantage over scientists is because we have a bias between what is possible and what is impossible.

We artists and philosophers have no bias toward the “possibility of the impossible based on past data” that scientists consider.

If you toss a coin 10 times in a row and it comes up heads, will it be heads or tails on the 11th time?

In contrast, the ability to think 50:50 is a very important element philosophically.

What has healed us throughout human history

Throughout the long history of humankind, what has healed us has always been thoughts, hearts, and love.

And it was prayer.

How to be loved by the person you love (related articles on the site)

Prayer can change the weather, prayer can heal illnesses, and prayer can relieve pain.

We all must have known the effect of “Itaiitaidondeke” when we were children.

The pain should really be gone.

Her mother rubbed her affected area and the pain should have gone away.

In the 20th century, as we grew up, we were brainwashed into social consciousness and scientific beliefs, and I think we lost a lot.

It may have something to do with the collapse of the gold standard.


This is because if faith in science spreads, there will be many people who will collect the money created by trust.

Of course, I have no intention of denying capitalism after the collapse of the gold standard.

I think capitalism is a great system for making people rich.

But what do you lose at the same time?

What will you sacrifice?

If we don’t carefully consider this on our own, there are many things that we will lose sooner than our conscious minds realize.

If we look at the things that happen due to unscientific and non-chemical things with the mind’s eye of the time when we felt the effects of “Itaiitaitondeke”, we may see them differently.

While learning and accepting the science that has been elucidated, we will continue to collect materials and conduct research on bioresonance as a way to learn about an artist and philosophy, while also being fully aware of the differences between it and undiscovered science.

However, there is only one ultimate.

It only amplifies the power of love.

How to be loved by the person you love (related articles on the site)

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Born in 1986.
Influenced by his father who was a musician, he grew up in a production studio equipped with music equipment from an early age.
He went on to study at a music college, specializing in the history of piano, folk music, and sacred music.
After her graduation, she led her own piano trio and worked as a jazz pianist in Japan.
After disbanding her piano trio, she went to Scandinavian Sweden to study improvisational philosophy.
She produced and released "Sonata for Piano and Double Bass" with improviser Achim Tang in Germany.
After he returned to Japan, he launched his own music label "Geijutsu Koubou Pinocoa (now: Kotaro Studio)" and worked as a music producer.
At the same time, he began researching religious music and healing music based on Steiner's musical philosophy.
He continues to study healing music using various approaches such as psychological, scientific, and mystic, and in searching for sounds that truly heal people, he finds a unique method of turning spiritual inspiration into sound.
In May 2023, he became able to access the vibrations of the spirit world, which had been connected only by his senses as an artist, and developed improvisation with clearer inspiration.
He started Curanz Sounds to express the vibrations he felt from the spirit world with the sounds of the material world.
While researching healing sounds that truly heal people and evoke the memories of the soul, he is currently transmitting the "Angel's Piano Series" and "Atlantis Memories Series".