This specific type of music helps balance the brain relieving aggression. Helping slow down repetitive behaviors and eventurally the seizures stop.
Many Va military and their family have found by participating in Kahele sound therapy. Reports of less frequent nightmares, insomnia, depression and agitation have lessened. They have found relief from PTSD symptoms . The data provided evidence to support the theory that a PTSD sufferer’s quality of life will improve by this relatively simple, non- invasive technique.
This music helped slow down the seizures and changed the respiratory and vital signs of several patients, relaxing the mind with a lower brainwave state.
“The world needs different kinds of minds to work together.”
“This music is melodic; it brings out a healing in my patients that I haven’t seen before. Each time I work with them I see a difference in their attitude towards life.”
Dr. Doris Jones
Psychotherapist at Kaiser Hospital for 35 years.
“We have a sound booth here in the facility and played the CD. It was amazing! We are utilizing it with the patients who have elevated blood pressure and already the music is relaxing them and decreasing their BP.”
Founder/President of 360 Balance and Hearing, a clinic in Austin TX. Bridgett lectures and consults with the medical and therapeutic communities.
“This program has changed lives!”
Dr Rafael A De Haro
32 years of experience in pediatrics and His specialties Diagnostic and treatment program for children with Autism Spectrum Disorders and operates a multidisciplinary.
"Some that are highly sensitive to sound and touch, their aggression of biting and hitting has stopped and I have noticed a drastic change in their behavior. This is faster than other programs, it helps them calm down and relax."
works for "From the heart therapy" Her services is specializing with Autistic children in Occupational, Speech, and Physical Therapy.
The Kahele Foundation is an ongoing global, scientific research in the development of music, continues to show huge impact in the areas of children with autism, people with neurosensory disorders, traumatic brain injury and seizures. Helping people who suffer from all forms of PTSD.
Our methodology includes analyzing the correlations between the brain and how it is affected by this music. Using Electroencephalography (EEG) to monitor the electrical activity in the brain. We observed the left and right sides of the brain synchronizing within as little as 5 minutes. We also discovered this music changes the brain wave patterns into theta, sub delta and gamma states; scientists are now discovering gamma brainwaves is the highest frequency.
Neuroscientists believe that gamma waves are able to link information from all parts of the brain and not only that, but the entire brain is influenced by the gamma wave. People with very high levels of gamma activity are exceptionally intelligent, compassionate, happy, and have excellent memories and strong self-control. IQ scores of people with high gamma wave activity are correspondingly high. The use of specific frequency brainwaves to influence mood or improve cognition, a recent study noted that “a protocol that alternatively ascended and descended from beta to gamma [waves] enhanced arithmetic skills and attention.”
Working with a behavioral therapist, specializing in occupational speech and physical therapy for autistic children, our research indicates the children often have an instantaneous response to the music. In some case studies of severely autistic children, (who cannot speak and are sensitive to sound) patients/parents noticed a dramatic change in their behavior including the elimination of aggressive behavior like biting and hitting.
Through the years we have collected countless stories of people’s personal experience with the music and how it has changed their lives.
As the Founder and CEO of The Kahele Foundation for the past eight years, Trina Lee has been passionately leading the organization into the future while impacting the lives of those affected by autism, PTSD and Neurosensory Disorders. She is working to implement and evaluate programs and developing forward long-term strategic growth and sustainability plans.
Daniel Karayan is accustomed to liaising with investors, private equity groups and venture capital firms providing financial and operational transparency. Daniel is a respected negotiator, legal strategist, effective leader and savvy relationship builder having worked throughout the US, UK, China, India, New Zealand and Canada.
13 years as a legal assistant – duties include all patent and trademark docketing and various legal research,electronic filing for state and federal courts, and the USPTO; transcribing, filing and phones.
“My youngest one, who is PDDNOS absolutely loves the music. When he is throwing his temper tantrums, or he’s at his worst, we find it to be very calming, it will typically calm him down, settle him down, and put him to sleep. When nothing else will calm him, we put that on, it’s almost like a mute and off button for him. It relaxes him, puts him back the way he was before he lost his temper. We love it, absolutely this music can help other kids.”
“My son struggles to verbally communicate and function with everyday life. His mother plays the music for him two times a day. “His reaction to the music is amazing! His tantrums are less and he is finally eating without a meltdown.”
“Thank you for doing this! I am a disabled American combat veteran of Iraq and Bosnia. Recognizing that sounds had a great deal to do with the damage caused to the brain, it makes total sense to me that music or another orchestrated sequence of sound could heal.”
“Wonderful, she loves it, she listens to it every night, a miracle that there are no more seizures!”
Pat Norstrom- California
Gwenn & David have a son with high functioning Autism; unable to communicate; too sensitive to light, sound, touch, taste or smell.