The Truth Is In the Voice

We can tell a whole lot from someone’s voice. We can hear if someone is nervous, angry, sad, lying … we hear the truth in the voice. As an external stimulus, we also respond to the energy of someone else’s voice. This has implications for self development, therapeutic uses, and even product design. We found this pretty neat device that takes “message in a bottle” to a whole new level.

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Have you ever seen a master a work? You’ve probably seen master chefs, musicians, or athletes in action, making the intricate, sublime, and death-defying possible.

You would be equally astonished watching Nutripuncture founder Dr Patrick Veret doing a demo at a talk or in clinic. He can tell from someone’s voice what is off balance. He’s given many clients and practitioners customized sequences, even with the database of a stunning number of available sequences to choose from. He has also worked specifically with musicians, including singers, to optimize their cellular communication for them to fully express themselves with their body and voice.

(Another interesting approach – Check out this video where Founder of Access Consciousness Gary Douglas also helps people transform their voices using clearing statements.)

It isn’t surprising though. Wellness technology, including the quantum biofeedback system I use, provides a snapshot of a person’s wellbeing by analyzing their voice. Nutripuncture research also shows that a person can return to balance from listening to a multidimensional voice, or one that fully embodies the balanced five senses.

Our five senses have their own qualities and relate to specific organ functions in the body. A full and multidimensional voice is one where cellular communication is optimal and all the meridians and organs are functioning harmoniously. (They have CDs you can buy. Also many musicians are known to have these voices. Unsurprisingly, this list includes Elvis). According to Human Voices, functional MRI shows listening to a multidimensional voice activates the premotor cortex that a “natural” voice does not. It’ll be interesting to see further studies in this area.

Seeing the Truth in the Voice

Designer Siyu Lou has incorporated the voice in a different way. Inspired by the drift bottle, the Bottage is a minimal communication device that captures the emotion of your voice. This means the person can hear your message and see how you feel from the emotion-dependent LED ring. At the moment it seems it’s either red for negative feelings or white for positive. The emotion’s intensity is also indicated by a flashing light. Like a bottle lost at sea, the message stays inside until the cap is removed. Pretty neat, right?

At the same time we tried to find the emotion behind the words by analyzing the sound wave graphs, classify them and visualize the emotion in an interesting way, which is achieved by the refraction of the LED with glass lens.

Siyu Lou, Behance

The voice gives us a lot of information about a person. The ability to correctly access and assess this information takes practice. To hear the truth in the voice also means we ourselves must be grounded, present, on our own identity, spatially oriented, our meridians activated and working correctly, and with all our senses balanced.