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Sunday
May182008

An Interview with Elaine Thompson

By Colin Whitby

interviewethompson.jpgElaine’s name was passed to me by Saleena, a long time friend from Hawaii, as she had just been given some sound therapy healing by Elaine and thought she might like to be featured on our web site ‘She’s from the UK, Bristol I think’, she says.

Well it turned out that Elaine lives just 5 minutes walk from where I live in Bristol UK, which is quite amazing considering it took someone from Hawaii to connect us. When we started talking at the beginning of the interview, I found that Elaine also knows a friend of mine who attends the same lightworkers meetings as me. It feels like we are making ourselves known to each other now, and these ‘coincidences’ are multiplying fast.

For this interview we focused on Elaine’s sound therapy work, which I hope you’ll find interesting. I have also reviewed her book ‘Voices From Our Galaxy’, which gives a great deal more background into her life and experiences with ET’s.

Colin – How did you first become interested in sound therapy, how did you come into contact with it?

Elaine – The beginning came many years ago when I was in Glastonbury when I had a dream, which is unusual for me because I never remember my dreams.

I woke up on this particular morning with a vivid dream in my head that sound could heal. At the time I translated that to mean musical or piano notes and thought that I could record them and play them to people. However as this was a particularly busy time in my life I put it to one side and carried on as before.

Then one day a woman came to my guest house and asked to stay who turned out to be Joan Ocean, and we instantly struck up a friendship, so much so that I suggested she stayed for free. In return she invited me to go stay with her in Hawaii, which is what I eventually did, I didn’t know at that time that she did dolphin swims with people.

Whilst I was there she suggested that I watch a video tape of Shari Edwards who was doing research on sound in Ohio, and this was an absolute eureka moment for me. At this stage she was at the very beginning of putting this work out, claiming that she could heal many different kinds of illness. I thought this is going to be the medicine of the future, the best thing since sliced bread.

I did not know how I would be able to afford to go to the states so soon after my visit to Hawaii, but another miracle happened and I was given exactly the right amount of money for the fare by a dear friend.

When I travelled to meet her I found that the sound therapy was everything she said it was, I saw people barely able to walk, and skipping out, less than an hour later.

There was a female police officer who lived locally and we were doing a test with her eyesight. With her glasses on she could read a paragraph in the newspaper, with her glasses off she could not read the text. When the sound was switched on, she could read everything without her glasses.

I saw how specific one can get with sound, and specific is a key word here. The range of frequencies we use is all within the brainwave range, which is low frequency, and this has a very dramatic and quick effect on the body.

From then on I have been consumed by the subject, I’m so passionate about sound healing because the world of frequency and sound offers an incredible scope for healing right across the board, emotional, physical and chemical.

Colin – How does the sound therapy work?

Elaine - Every frequency has another frequency that cancels it out, so for example there is a frequency for nullifying nuclear fallout, poison in the body, or a virus in the body. We do not need to name the virus or illness, we take a voice print which shows us where the peaks are and then feedback the opposite sound.

For me I have all the evidence I need to know that it works, but for the scientist it is too simple to work. So one of my aims is to show what can be done with it.

Colin – There are a number of books out there that are describing the new sciences, such as Lynne McTaggart’s ‘The Field’ , is sound therapy getting noticed?

Elaine - Well when I read Lynne McTaggart’s book I was so excited I wrote twenty pages of notes as I was reading it. Here she was talking about the field, which is frequency, the zero point field is about frequency, and at last people are putting things together. When we look at dimensions, they are also frequency, so in order to experience a different dimension it is just a matter of resonating at a higher rate, which comes from the kind of thoughts we think, how large our energy field is and such like. So sound and frequency is a universal energy, it touches into every single place you can possible think of.

Colin – When I see people listening to their iPods on the train and blasting their brains out with sound I wonder what kind of impact that is having on them.

Elaine – One thing to remember, the kind of sound therapy I do is very specific, and within a very particular part of the sound spectrum, and it also has a particular wave form. Music is generated in sound waves which are gentler on the body, and generally touch more into the emotional side of the psyche. In truth what kids are doing is enjoying what gives them pleasure, it lifts their emotions. It covers such a huge range of the sound spectrum they are getting a blanket effect on their emotional bodies.

Colin – Did you carry out research of your own or did you follow the findings of the people you were working with?

Elaine – One of the areas of research I have carried out was to do with Dolphins, when I helped a colleague in Tenerife. We measured and took data on children with severe learning difficulties. In this case we took readings before and after their swims with the dolphins. What we discovered was that the sounds from the Dolphins stimulated the children’s body’s chemistry in ways that we do not quite understand.

I then went on to do more studies with Dolphins in Hawaii with Joan and was invited by the Joyful Heart Foundation who help rape crisis victims. I volunteered to do before and after voice prints, and the results there were quite astounding. I found people had made huge emotional and physical changes.

The other area of research came from the data I had gathered from Germany. Some years ago I was with Shari Edwards in Hawaii at a power of sound conference and sound people from all over the world were there. A German called Nicky Reaman was there he helps to run a healing spa attached to a German clinic that helps people with skin diseases and that kind of thing,.

Nicky’s work is called liquid sound which is fantastic, and he invited me to present to the doctors there what I could do with sound. We invited an outside audience as well as the doctors who were there, and during the presentation I was guided to pick someone who was in a wheelchair. He agreed to have his voiceprint taken and I asked him what was wrong, and he advised that he had multiple sclerosis, and had suffered from it for 20 years. I asked him what mobility problems he had and he said “I can’t walk, but I can stand if I hold on to something”.

I was taking his voice print as he was talking and looking at the pattern, as certain diseases have particular patterns, and I thought that this person does not have an MS pattern, it didn’t look right. Intuitively, and sticking my neck out, I asked him if he had ever had an accident, such as falling off a bicycle or something?

At first he could not remember, then he recalled an accident that happened about a year before his problems with his legs started. What showed up on his voice print was that there was one vertebrae that had no energy at all. I decided on the off-chance to give him that frequency and took the risk of asking him if he would stand up, which he did. As I was talking to the doctors he took a huge lurch forward, and stood there and said he felt really strong. The doctors wanted to see this again and asked for a further demonstration the following day. I gave him the sounds on a box to play overnight and then he came back the following day.

We put the sounds on again and this time he took three steps forward, and that night we were all due to go out and he was able to walk up three flights of stairs and back down with only an arm on the doctor’s shoulder for support.

The news and television were called in and they put the whole story on RTL television, so we had a huge influx of people with MS, paralysis, strokes and Parkinson’s disease. So I was able to do the most amazing research on hundreds of people all with the same disease over a period of nine months. I was able to gather huge amounts of data about the different types of MS and the patterns that are there.

The rest of my data has come from years of experience.

Colin – So what was the key yes moment for your research?

Elaine – I’ve had hundreds of yes moments, every time I get a new disease, look at the patterns and I look at the evidence, I find I know the answer, that’s a yes moment.

Colin – So how did you move from the research to developing your own techniques and technologies?

Elaine – Many of the techniques I use now, like the computer programme, have been developed by practitioners for practitioners, which has been a great help. Much of the work I did was left brain work, to find out how these things functioned, but once I have things in my head I then allow myself to make the jump and use my intuitive sense to give my clients something that may not appear in the results.

The tone box was invented by a very dear friend of mine who was taking classes at the same time at me. He just happened to be a computer programmer and electronic engineer. He combined the work we were doing and said he could make a box that generated tones, to do exactly what you want. So the hardware came from him, and if we want any extra features on the box he can do them for us.

Many people will take what we do and use it in their own specialism, for example chiropractors will use sound to strengthen muscles, to shift energy and all kinds of things. Nutritionists use voice analysis to find out where you are deficient in minerals and vitamins and so on. So sound has grown it the applications it can be used in.

We have others who are mathematicians who are working on equations that describe nicotine for smokers, to see what works best.

Colin – How would a patient use the sounds you have prepared for them?

Elaine – Well it depends on how extreme their problem is, if we have someone with MS for example, I would advise them to go home and listen to the sounds 24x7, and that means using the tone box with a headset or an amplified speaker.

Interestingly if you do not want to listen to the sound or do not have and amplified speaker you can unplug the headset and just carry the tonebox on your body and it still works. No-one knows how it works without the sound, but this is how we treat babies and animals. We can also provide the sounds on CD’s.

We need to keep up with technology to provide downloads, but we are not sure if MP3 players can provide the low frequency sound reproduction.

Colin - Do you find that the work you do with sound naturally complements the other work you have done as a healer and intuitive?

Elaine – Yes, if you can bring another layer to the cake by using your intuition then you are enhancing it tremendously.

I’d like to tell you the story of Derek. A number of years ago I was invited to do a radio program for Radio Bristol, and as a result of that I was contacted by a lady from Gloucester who’s husband was diagnosed with senile dementia. It had been coming on for eight years but had been clinically diagnosed for four years.

When Derek arrived it took four of us to carry him in to my sound studio because he had no concept of where his feet were. He could barely speak and the only words I could use for the voice print were ABC and I managed to get a very small print with his wife’s help.

Prior to people coming to me I always ask them to fill out a medical questionnaire so that I can look at the problem and check it out from all angles. I always look into the past history or a client, and it turned out that Derek suddenly came down with an attack of shingles some eight years previously. Not long after this he had gone to hospital to have his gall bladder removed which gave another angle to consider.

Whilst he was in having the operation they detected an aneurysm. When Derek came out he was Ok but he started to forget things, and slowly he became worse and worse until he was in the condition that I first saw him in.

I went on a fair slice of intuition as I had a very small sample and he could not respond to me. I noticed that Derek’s birthday note or frequency was very close to the antidote to the virus that causes shingles. Right next door to this was the neurotransmitter GABA – which I call my miracle Neurotransmitter.

So I began to think that the shingles may have knocked out this neurotransmitter which is where his problems began. I put on the sound of GAB onto the speakers, and he started to respond and scratched himself on the cheek.

All of a sudden he sat up on the couch, swung his legs over, looked at his watch and said to his wife, ‘don’t you think it is time we went home, we have to take the dog out?’

That was the first sentence he had spoken in 2 years. I put a combination of frequencies and put it on his head and it only took 2 of us to get him to the car. Within the next 48 hours he was walking talking and wandering around the house. By the end of the week he could pick up a knife and fork and feed himself, and after two weeks he could dress himself.

Although this did not cure his dementia, it gave him back enough quality of life for his wife to be able to support him at home and ask him questions and he could answer.

It’s things like this that makes everything worthwhile.