What is Voice Remapping?

Voice remapping is used to identify what is causing the pain and uses our voice to help. Once we understand and deal with the issue, our lives can be free from the past injury and move forward.

Here is how the process works. The main piece of equipment used in voice mapping is the VoCal 360. Our voice changes when we talk about subjects that are painful or stressful to us. We might not notice it but technology like the VoCal 360 can pick up on these changes.

A recording of the voice is made with the subject talking about themselves in relation to different subjects. The recording is then plotted on a visual pictograph. Patterns begin to emerge that show areas of stress. Emotional patterns also emerge that correspond to what the person was talking about at the time on the recording: family members, work, childhood memories and the like. When certain frequencies in our voice are missing it can indicate stuck ways of thinking that lead to beliefs fostered by emotional trauma.

While the recording is analyzed, the subject will sit in a wooden monitoring chair. The chair is surrounded by a magnetic field and you will be wearing goggles. The goggles show light, and headphones play soft music. There are transducers that run along the chair emitting vibrations throughout the body.

Places on the recording where certain frequencies are missing are played for the subject. They are only asked to concentrate on the issue that is being talked about in the recording. Slowly, the body learns to balance its response to the trauma or stressor. How well the body has learned is reflected in changes in the voice patterns.

Voice remapping is said to be a permanent treatment for returning harmony to the way that we think and deal with stress. Our new voice patterns (remapping) demonstrate that our thinking is no longer being influenced by past trauma.

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