Enjoy All 7 Healing Songs of Wholetones™ Anywhere—No CDs, Phones, Tablets or Computers— With Wholetones™ TO GO

In the following demonstration, I’ll show you Wholetones™ To Go and how you can use it 100% risk-free for an entire year starting today!

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Dear friend,

Sitting back and relaxing while listening to Wholetones™: The Healing Frequency Music Project is one of the best—and easiest—ways I know to alleviate stress, reduce anxiety, and heal from the inside out...

And until now, listening to Wholetones™ required a CD player, computer, or headphones to plug into your phone or tablet.

All excellent ways to absorb the healing frequencies!

But if you want to take Wholetones™ to a picnic... to work... or even share it with someone in a hospital or nursing home—it’s not convenient for you to lug around all the required equipment to play it.

And earbuds won’t cut it when you want to share the healing songs with friends and family.

That’s why there’s Wholetones™ TO GO. A convenient and powerful speaker that comes preloaded with Wholetones™ right out of the box.

Let me show you exactly how this amazing new device works... and why you need to add it to your Wholetones™ collection today.

Watch the video above and let’s get started...

"I am a pain management specialist...I plan on playing everyday so my patients can have the full benefit of this healing"

So very excited about this music therapy. I am a pain management specialist... I am using music now in my clinic...this just raised the healing bar...I plan on playing everyday so my patients can have the full benefit of this healing energy...I got the mini speaker that will be a real help...thank you for the love time and energy you have spent on making lives whole through healing music.

~ Karla Austin
"I take the portable speaker with me on trips away from home"

I ordered this music to originally to play to help me fall asleep. I found that it is very calming, relaxing and enjoyable to play in the background when working on the computer, reading or just to chill out. My little dog also enjoys it. He is calmer when it's playing: less barking. This music has an affect on the body I can't explain. I just know that it is not like anything I have experienced with other instrumental music. I listen to the the CD set at home but take the portable speaker (CDs are loaded in it) with me on trips away from home. Michael, the artist, is superb. Those of us who have purchased Wholetones, receive his talented gift of music each time we play then.

~ Linda Fraas
"I use WHOLETONES TO GO at bedtime"

The music is soothing and very convenient for playing from my iPad during the day, anywhere. I also use WHOLETONES TO GO at bedtime, another convenience I enjoy...I am 87 years old, and when Mike Tyrell speaks, it's like he's speaking to you personally. I could not be more happy with my purchase.

~ Robert
"It brought so much peace and comfort"

I love Wholetones and have the cd collection. When the portable version came out I purchased 2 of them. 1 for myself and 1 for my Daycare. Fast forward... My Dad became ill and my siblings and I worked with Hospice during his final month of life. I brought over my portable one and played it for him during that last month. He was listening to it when he went to Heaven. It brought so much peace and comfort to all of my siblings. When My Dad passed away, I purchased enough for each of my siblings to have. We as a family found such peace and comfort through your music Michael. I am excited to purchase your lullaby collection.

~ Betsy Schuneman
"I sleep all night with it on"

BECAUSE I LOVE IT. I am 81 yrs old. Lots of small and some big things are changing in my body. ALL GOOD. I already recommend it to everyone I can. I have the CD's then I purchased two of the To Go. I sleep all night with it on.

~ Margo
"I have already given away 2 of the speakers and they are so happy!!!"

I have been listening to the music often and can feel the effects of less anxiety. The backstory gives it a lot of credibility and I have been telling people that God is on the move....one of the first supernatural experiences that I can share that is understandable to those not used to hearing stories about how interactive God is in our lives. I have already given away 2 of the speakers and they are so happy!!! Thank you...

~ Beth
"The sound from the extremely small speaker is unbelievably clear and crisp. Highly recommend this purchase"

I am thoroughly enjoying my wholetones music. Very relaxing, stimulating, unlike my normal music choice. The sound from the extremely small speaker is unbelievably clear and crisp. Highly recommend this purchase.

~ Happy Listener
   

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Interested in ordering more than one Wholetones™ TO GO? Place your order for the first one, and you'll unlock special HUGE savings on additional Wholetones™ TO GO. Makes a great gift!!!

What You Get:

  • (1) Wholetones™ TO GO Music player
  • Fully loaded with all 7 Songs of Wholetones™: The Healing Frequency Music Project on a microSD card (also included)
  • Rechargeable, no batteries required
  • Wrist strap included
  • (1) AC wall power adapter
  • (1) Set of high quality ear buds
  • (1) USB charging cable
  • Access to Download All 7 Healing Songs

Technical Specifications:

  • Dimensions: 2.09 in x 1.97 in x 1.97 in (5.3 cm x 5.0 cm x 5.0 cm)
  • Weight: 4.94 oz (140 g)
  • Sound box type: Portable card sound
  • Control type: Buttons
  • Speaker material: aluminum
  • Rating: 3 watts
  • Signal to noise ratio: ≥ 90 db
  • Battery: 450 mAh
  • Frequency response: 150 Hz – 18 kHz
  • Power supply: Built-in, rechargeable lithium battery with charging cable included
  • 3.5 mm headphone jack enables private listening; simply insert the included earbuds

Have you already experienced Wholetones™ for yourself? Share your experience with us!

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We're so sure that Wholetones™ TO GO will help you that we're offering an unconditional, 365-day no hassle, money back guarantee.

If for whatever reason Wholetones™ TO GO does not satisfy you in any way, simply contact us within 365 days from your purchase and we'll refund you right away!

So, if for any reason you're not happy, you can get your money back within an ENTIRE year!

Research References

  1. Baker, F., & Roth E. A. (2004). Neuroplasticity and functional recovery: training models and compensatory strategies in music therapy. Nordic Journal of Music Therapy, 13(1), 20-32.
  2. Baker, F., & Wigram, T. (2004). The immediate and long-term effects of singing on the mood states of people with traumatic brain injury. British Journal of Music Therapy, 18(2), 55-64.
  3. Baker, F., Wigram, T., & Gold, C. (2005). The effects of a song-singing programme on the affective speaking intonation of people with traumatic brain injury. Brain Injury, 19(7), 519-528.
  4. Bradt, J., Magee, W. L., Dileo, C., Wheeler, B. L., & McGilloway E. (2010). Music therapy for acquired brain injury. Cochrane
  5. Database of Systematic Reviews 2010, Issue 7. Art. No.: CD006787. DOI: 10.1002/14651858.CD006787.pub2.
  6. Guetin, S., Soua, B., Voiriot, G., Picot, M. C., Herisson, C. (2009). The effect of music therapy on mood and anxiety-depression: an observational study in institutionalised patients with traumatic brain injury. Ann Phys Rehabil Medicine, 52(1), 30-40.
  7. Nayak, S., Wheeler, B. L., Shiflett, S. C., & Agostinelli, S. (2000). Effect of music therapy on mood and social interaction among individuals with acute traumatic brain injury and stroke. Rehabilitation Psychology, 45(3), 274-283.
  8. Thaut, M. H., Gardiner, J. C., Holmberg, D., et al. (2009). Neurologic music therapy improves executive function and emotional adjustment in traumatic brain injury rehabilitation. Ann N Y Acad Sci., 1169, 406-16.
  9. Wheeler, B. L., Shiflett, S. C., & Nayak, S. (2003). Effects of number of sessions and group or individual music therapy on the mood and behavior of people who have had strokes or traumatic brain injuries. Nordic Journal of Music Therapy. 12(2), 139-51 A music cued movement intervention for persons with Parkinson’s disease facilitated enhanced physical outcome measures and quality of life (Clair, Lyons, & Hamburg, 2012).
  10. Rhythmic auditory stimulation is effective in rehabilitation of those with acquired brain injury (Bradt, Magee, Dileo, Wheeler, & McGilloway, 2010). VA participants who received rhythmic auditory stimulation, a Neurologic Music Therapy technique, following strokes improved their one-limb stance, cadence, velocity, stride-length, and posture significantly more than control participants (Hayden, Clair, Johnson, & Otto, 2009).
  11. Rhythmic cueing delivered through the auditory system can facilitate improved motor control and motor output following injury (Malcom, Lavine, Kenyon, Massie, & Thaut, 2008). Rhythmic auditory stimulation resulted in better gait training gains than NDT/Bobath training in persons with hemiparetic strokes (Thaut et al., 2007).
  12. Rhythmic auditory stimulation facilitated improved gait speed, stride length, and gait speed, which carried over for up to 15 minutes following training (Hausdorf et al., 2007).
  13. Participants with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) experienced greater reductions in symptoms with music therapy than with cognitive behavioral therapy (Carr et al., 2012). Music therapy interventions improve consciousness in the acute management of acquired brain injury (Meyer et al., 2010). Treatment participants with brain injury demonstrated improvements in executive function (Thaut et al., 2009).
  14. Active engagement in music therapy reduces psychomotor agitation in patients who have severe brain injuries (Formisano et al., 2001). Music during coma evokes physiological reactions to sound stimuli that regulate cardiovascular and cortical rhythms to promote consciousness (Aldridge, 1996). Brain injured patients in a vegetative state can initiate pillow-pressing responses to turn on preferred recorded music (Boyle, 1994).
  15. A music therapy protocol for patients who had strokes and dysarthria increased their maximum phonation time, fundamental frequency, and average intensity after treatment (Kim & Jo, 2013).
  16. Group music therapy improved singing quality, and voice range while speaking quality was maintained in persons with Parkinson’s disease (Elefant, Baker, Lotan, Lagesen, & Skeie, 2011).
  17. Music therapy for persons with nonfluent aphasia demonstrated singing strengthens breathing and vocal ability, improves articulation and speech prosody, and increases verbal and nonverbal communication (Tomaino, 2012).
  18. Music and language are linked in the structural patterns and brain processing in those with aphasia (Patel, 2005). Persons with TBI who participated in a music therapy singing intervention gained vocal range, experienced improved mood, and had better affective intonation (Baker, Wigram, & Gold, 2005).
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