In 2001 Mandara Cromwell met Dr. Peter Guy Manners, a British osteopath, and began their journey that has led ‘Cymatic Therapy’ to the leading-edge developments of present day.
Manners had worked since the late 1940’s with a collaborative group of scientists and medical doctors researching the biosignatures of the human body. After decades of countless trial and error experiences, Manners and his group developed over 700 commutations to deliver precise combinations of frequencies associated with healthy tissue and organ systems.
Each commutation consists of five harmonic frequencies of audible sound that support the body to normalize imbalances and synchronize the cell’s frequency back to its natural healthy state of vibrational resonance.
While Manners and his colleagues were proceeding with their research, a Swiss medical doctor, Dr. Hans Jenny was conducting ‘cymatic’ (sound wave) experiments. Jenny coined the new term, “cymatics,” which comes from the Greek word—kyma, meaning ‘wave.’ Jenny’s experiments still fascinate audiences today. (see cymatic image on right). Due to his great respect of Dr. Jenny’s contribution to the study of wave phenomena, Manners named his sound therapy instruments “Cymatic Therapy” instruments.
For decades many traveled from around the world to experience Dr. Manners “Cymatic Therapy” at Bretforton Hall Clinic located in the United Kingdom. During this fifty-year period, clinical research continued using sound, light and color therapy.
During a visit to the UK in 2002, Manners gave all his research to Cromwell and said, “I have taken this work as far as I can; now it is your turn.”