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Healing with Sound - 528 and a Bee Sting you all know how very passionate I am about my sounds and how they can potentially help in all sorts of holistic areas of health and well being. Let it be said I take my research very seriously. Lol. Today I became my very own very painful case study.

To date I have seen the 528 tuning fork as my (and others) best ally when it comes to pain, wounds, bites, swelling, bruises, cuts, grazes etc etc.

A wasp or bee got under my clothing earlier and stung me not once but twice on my shoulder blade. The stinger was still in it until we got home where then it was removed (Picture A). Only those of you who have been stung by a wasp or bee can possibly imagine how very very painful it is. Like multiple needles around the sting and searing ouches around a wide area of the actual puncture area.

The area was red and stinging very very badly. (Picture 1) So out pops the trusted 528 tuning fork and Trevvi used the fork by striking it and in a clockwise motion above the redness allowed the vibrations to soothe the area. It was strange...i can only describe it as the pain started to hum and blend with the tone. Bit by calmed down. Less and less intense flashes of injection like pain. Then when the multiple needle feeling had calmed down, Trevvi then used the stem to soothe the punctured areas (Picture B).. This took about 20 mins. Then he stopped (Picture 2).

Picture 3 is after about 45 minutes later following Trevvi doing the sound on me. I still know I have been stung however it is a niggle and no pain.

Picture 4 is 2 hours later – no pain and minimal redness.

The effectiveness of this vibrational tool always leaves me humbled and grateful. Also to experience the healing first hand is such a gift. This is Vibrational Energy Medicine at its best and in it's purity. Xxx

Picture A - The actual sting removed

Picture 1 - Pre 528 tuning forking

Picture 2 - 20 minutes of using the 528 fork

Picture 3 - 45 minutes after treatment

Picture 4 - 2 hours after initial treatment

Picture B - Stemming of the 2 x bee sting puncture sites

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