PUBLISHED: September 18, 2021
Vibration, Sound, and Cymatherapy
Ms. Mandara Cromwell, entrepreneur, inventor, practitioner, and the CEO of Cyma Technologies, joins Dr. George to discuss vibration medicine and how the power of the voice and sound can heal us.
Cyma Technologies is a futuristic, spiritually inspired company, that creates vibrant health, jobs of the future and new ways of thinking. Her mission is to be one of many seeking to change the face of healthcare in America and the world through advanced sound technology.
About Mandara Cromwell
Mandara Cromwell, DCM, Doctorate of Cymatic Medicine and President of Cyma Technologies, is an American woman entrepreneur. For example, she manufactures her own inventions, the AMI Acoustic Meridian Intelligence Cymatherapy devices. In 2013, the AMI 750 was nominated for the Thomas Edison Award for Innovation in the Fields of Science and Medicine. Additionally, she created her own company to preserve the integrity of the specific healing frequency patterns from British osteopath, Dr. Peter Guy Manners.
Of course, Ms. Cromwell coined the term “Cymatherapy” to refer to soundwave therapy. This term had previously been referred to as cymatic therapy by Dr. Manners and other British and German researchers. She has taken this work to new heights with her own inventions, the AMI devices, and her continuing research with innovative sound therapy protocols.
As a way of forwarding the field of vibrational medicine (specifically sound therapy), Ms. Cromwell founded the International Sound Therapy Association (ISTA). Since 2006, the organization brings new voices together in the field of “sound science” via conferences. Moreover, ISTA and Cyma Technologies offers ongoing classes, trainings, and programs in numerous cities throughout the US.
In 2017, she produced the Atlanta conference “Cymatics: The Art and Science of Making Sound Visible.” The conference featured never before seen, sound-made-visible images of the healing frequencies found in her own sound therapy devices. Later, in 2019, she released her first book, “Soundflower: The Journey to Marry Science and Spirit.” The book includes many stunning Cyma Glyph illustrations.