Fabien Maman is the founding father of vibrational sound therapy, according to Webster's Dictionary. When he became an acupuncturist in 1977, he pioneered the link between music, color and acupuncture. He created the now famous system which uses tuning forks and lights instead of needles on acupuncture command points. He was the first to use tuning forks on the body and link them with color. It took more than seven years to research. Many modalities have followed Fabien Maman's lead. But he was the first.
FABIEN MAMAN'S CLASSICAL TUNING FORKS®
Based on Fabien Maman's exacting research, Tama-Do offers a set of 12 custom-made tuning forks made of the highest quality of stainless steel. These forks, tuned to the chromatic scale of A=220HZ, are an octave lower than standard tuning forks used to tune musical instruments. This gives deeper and longer lasting resonance on the physical body. It also guarantees stability of sound which is required to achieve the precise intervals Fabien Maman uses to empower the acupuncture points, organs, chakras and subtle body command points.
Fabien Maman’s sound/cellular research linked with acupuncture indicates that any tuning fork modality, (or, for that matter, any sound modality used for healing) must be grounded in a coherent musical scale based on Classical music traditions.
Coherence between notes leads to harmony. Incoherence leads to chaos. This is extremely important to remember when choosing your tuning forks for vibrational sound healing.
What this means, is, that Fabien Maman’s set of 12 forks are tuned perfectly to the chromatic scale of the piano. And his sound/cellular research has matched these 12 notes perfectly with the 12 main organs of Chinese medicine and Acupuncture. This means that there is a mathematical relationship between each note. And it is in this relationship, (between the notes, so to speak), that sound healing can occur.
It is important to note that all of Fabien Maman’s work in Tama-Do Academy is grounded in the Classical traditions of Music Theory, Mathematics, Chinese Medicine, Aikido, Kototama and Astrology. Each of his more than 30 techniques took at least seven years to test and apply.
C - C# - D - D# - E - F - F# - G - G# - A - A# - B
Each of these notes, according to Fabien Maman’s sound/cellular research, correspond perfectly with the 12 major organs in Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture.
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