How The Phoenix Harnesses The Healing Power of Vibration to Optimize Humanity

Jay Campbell

By Jay Campbell

June 18th, 2020

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Ever since The Phoenix officially launched into the world, I’ve have had questions about how this breakthrough healing device works.

What most people don’t realize is that enhancing sexual performance is only the tip of the iceberg when it comes to The Phoenix.

The patented acoustic wave therapy technology powering The Phoenix can do so much more in helping people live fully optimized lives.

This article is dedicated to telling you all about how — and why — The Phoenix (utilizing the awe inspiring power of harmonic frequency ie vibration) will be remembered as a brilliant biotech innovation of the new millennium.

The AWESOME Healing Power of Vibration

Believe it or not, the healing power of vibration has existed for several decades (if not millennia).

The ancient Greeks used vibration to treat various health problems such as mental health disturbances and indigestion.

Tibetan cultures were best known for their use of singing bowls for therapeutic purposes, primarily to achieve spiritual well-being (a.k.a. RAISING THEIR VIBRATION) by eliminating low-vibration states such as anxiety and depression.

They were intuitively aware of a powerful spiritual principle:

“According to the law of physics, everything vibrates: the chair you’re sitting in, the food you eat, the rocks and trees…EVERYTHING has a sound, a vibration all its own.

That sound is called resonance, the frequency at which an object naturally vibrates.

Each part of our bodies has its own natural resonance, and vibrational medicine is based on the idea that disease is a result of those natural resonances becoming dissonant ie out of tune – whether due to stress, illness or environmental factors.”

This was confirmed in recent research coming out of the University of California, which scientists dubbed the “resonance theory of consciousness”:

“Resonance – another word for synchronized vibrations – is at the heart of not only human consciousness but also animal consciousness and of physical reality more generally.”

“All things in our universe are constantly in motion, vibrating.

Resonance is a type of motion, characterized by oscillation between two states. And ultimately all matter is just the vibration of various underlying fields.

As such, at every scale, all of nature vibrates.”

What blew me away was the main takeaway from their discovery:

“…the particular linkages that allow for large-scale consciousness – like those humans and other mammals enjoy – result from a shared resonance among many smaller constituents”

What does the resonance theory of consciousness truly mean?

It means all sentient life shares one collective consciousness from the resonant electrical waves of thinking of the source frequency (the universal mind of God).

Various names and applications have come about since the dawn of recorded history to describe the use of mechanical vibrations transmitted and applied directly to the body.

“Vibroacoustic therapy” uses frequencies detectable by the human ear (30-120 Hz) in the field of pain management to reduce the pain associated with diseases such as cancer, blood disorders, and arthritis.

“Whole-body vibration” involves high-frequency muscle contractions over short durations of time.

It is the go-to for astronauts wanting to prevent muscular atrophy while in outer space, and is now used to rehabilitate intensive care unit (ICU) patients who are immobilized and cannot exercise.

Whole-body vibration has already shown tremendous results in treating lower back pain and targeting myofascial trigger points in people suffering from chronic neck pain.

One very recently published study even highlighted how whole-body vibration shows clinical potential for infected COVID-19 patients:

“(a) the reduction of fatigue and the reduced risk of dyspnea, (b) improvements in inflammatory and redox status favoring cellular homeostasis and (c) an overall improvement in the quality of life, leading to a better prognosis in bed bound and ICU-bound subjects”

There’s also a type of focused ultrasound that shows great promise as a non-invasive treatment for cancerous tumors:

“MR-guided focused ultrasound (MRgFUS), this technique uses high intensity ultrasonic waves combined with MR thermometry (measurement of temperature) to target and treat diseased tissue.

…Focused ultrasound is used to treat essential tremor and uterine fibroids and is being studied for the treatment of brain tumors, breast lesions, bone tumors, heart rhythm conditions, and more.”

But I want to redirect your attention towards the special type of vibration powering The Phoenix.

Acoustic Wave Therapy: The Harmonic Frequency That Powers The Phoenix

The ancient Egyptians knew manipulating harmonic frequency (sound healing) can restore the body to the correct harmony.

It is theorized the great pyramids spanning the earth (some still unknown to this day) were giant structures designed to vibrate and amplify the resonant frequency of the earth (now known as the Schumann Resonance)

Raymond ‘Royal’ Rife an early 20th century scientist and inventor claimed by using harmonic frequencies, cancer causing agents could be destroyed by locating the unique frequency of that agent.

He even claimed his ‘beam ray invention’ could treat all disease through vibration.

Rife actually established what he referred as a ‘mortal oscillatory rate’ for various pathogenic organisms and claimed he could destroy them by vibrating them at a particular rate.

I recommend reading more about Rife if you feel so inclined.

The bottom line is there is a clear historical precedent for utilizing the power of acoustic waves (harmonics) to heal.

The Phoenix works in very much the same way via the manipulation of sound (acoustic wave therapy).

This is better known amongst clinicians as “extracorporeal shock wave therapy” (ESWT) or “low-intensity shockwave therapy” (LIST).

Although it wasn’t quite known to us, we first discovered the power of shockwave therapy when castaways in World War II suffered heavy lung damage from nothing more than the explosions coming from nearby water bombs.

We first used acoustic wave therapy for medical purposes in 1980 to destroy kidney stones…which is when scientists stumbled upon an idea that led us to where we are today:

“….much research has been performed to investigate possible side effects on tissues which are penetrated by the shockwaves on their way from the skin to the stone.

By doing this, attention was paid not only to the focus zone where the highest energy is delivered but also to the surrounding area where lower energy is released.”

In other words, the lung-destroying potential of shockwave therapy could be used to destroy damaged tissue and healthily regenerate (or produce) new soft tissue.

As biotechnology evolved exponentially with each passing decade, we were eventually able to contain the shockwaves in small portable devices.

Using extremely short pulse durations and much higher pressures, acoustic wave therapy can be selectively targeted at specific parts of the body.

Here’s a brief idea of what happens when someone undergoes acoustic wave therapy treatment.

  • Formation of New Blood Vessels(Angiogenesis): “…creates capillary micro ruptures in tendon and bone, while breaking up micro-plaques in blood vessels that restrict blood flow”
  • Reversing Chronic Inflammation: “….pervasive acoustic waves can increase the activity of mast cells, thereby accelerating the rate of healing to completion and halting both local and systemic inflammation”
  • Collagen Synthesis: “…increased collagen production aids the repair of damaged ligament structures”
  • Skin Rejuvenation: “…decreased thickness of subcutaneous fat tissue while decreasing pore size, healing scars, diminishing facial wrinkles, and improving skin texture”

As you can clearly see, acoustic wave therapy is the multi-functional, all-purpose medical breakthrough humanity needs.

And I can’t think of a better device to carry out this mission than The Phoenix itself.

Real-Life Applications Of The Phoenix

So why should you bother with The Phoenix out of all the thousands of acoustic wave therapy devices on the planet?

I have several reasons in mind…

First, it is 100% non-invasive and painless.

You don’t need to take any expensive medications or undergo any lengthy surgeries.

Acoustic wave therapy is already effective as a harmless stand-alone treatment.

Second, a 5-year-old child could use it at home.

This ergonomic device requires ZERO medical knowledge or training to safely use it for best results.

Every button and light is designed with the sole purpose of making The Phoenix as intuitive as possible to use on yourself.

Third, The Phoenix is powered by FDA-registered, clinically tested technology. 

Acoustic waves have successfully treated a wide variety of disease states in hundreds of thousands of men and women with very high success rates.

Fourth, The Phoenix requires no downtime whatsoever. 

Simply use the device for your intended purpose and live your life.

No need to wait around for hours in boredom and agony.

Fifth and finally, side effects are completely non-existent.

The only ones I could find are minor itching and weird bodily sensations at the site of application.

<Personal note, I have experienced ZERO SIDE EFFECTS unless you classify healing of a seemingly permanently damaged shoulder as an ‘effect’ :))

Even then, they disappear within 24-48 hours.

With all of this being said, I want to share the five applications of The Phoenix (as of right now) I believe best demonstrate its extraordinary healing power.

Erectile Dysfunction

What it is: 

Erectile dysfunction (ED) can be described as a man’s inability to get a firm erection and keep it long enough for sexual intercourse.

While there are numerous disease states and poor lifestyle habits that contribute towards ED, the root issue is insufficient blood flow to the penis caused by plaque buildup in the penile blood vessels running through the shaft.

Traditional solutions such as PD5 inhibitors like Cialis, Viagra, pumps, and injections are only temporary band-aid fixes and do not address the plaque buildup, which is why The Phoenix is such a vital tool.

How The Phoenix Treats It:

I’ve already covered this topic extensively when I first introduced the predecessor to The Phoenix last year as an ED-improving tool and tested it on myself”.

If you’re really curious, there’s even a graphic video tutorial showcasing how to use The Phoenix on your penis (NOT SAFE FOR WORK!).

To make a long story short, The Phoenix breaks up the plaque through mechanical shocks, while stimulating increased blood flow via nitric oxide production.

But The Phoenix does so much more:

“…stimulate the growth of new blood vessels, open existing blood vessels, and improve overall blood flow in the penis and surrounding area.

This will make erections firmer and easier to achieve…nerve endings are stimulated with this treatment, resulting in increased pleasure and orgasm”

Heathline does a phenomenal job of summarizing the current state of the science regarding acoustic wave therapy treatments for erectile dysfunction:

“…a 2019 review and meta-analysis of clinical trials found that the most common treatment plan was twice weekly for 3 weeks, followed by 3 weeks without treatments, and another 3-weeks of twice-weekly treatments…the effects of shockwave therapy lasted about a year.”

“A 2010 pilot study found that among 20 men with vasculogenic ED, all experienced improved erectile function after 6 months of shockwave treatment. Follow-up with the men found no adverse effects.”

Another 2017 involving 710 ED patients found that 5 treatments alone increased erection hardness while improving their ability to penetrate during sex improved (although The Phoenix can safely be used alongside other ED treatments without any issues).

The Phoenix can even treat erectile dysfunction caused by diabetes!

Peyronie’s Disease

What it is:

The Mayo Clinic provides a succinct definition of this debilitating sexual health problem:

“…a noncancerous condition resulting from fibrous scar tissue that develops on the penis and causes curved, painful erections

“…This can prevent you from having sex or might make it difficult to get or maintain an erection.”

“Peyronie’s disease rarely goes away on its own. In most men with Peyronie’s disease, the condition will remain as is or worsen.”

Peyronie’s disease can sometimes be brought on by penile damage that does not heal the scar tissue (usually located in the penile shaft) in a uniform manner.

In some cases, your erection size may even get smaller if Peyronie’s disease remains untreated for long periods of time.

Common treatments include the FDA-approved Xiaflex, fixing your lifestyle habits, and surgery.

How The Phoenix Treats It:

The Phoenix treats Peyronie’s disease through the same mechanism used to treat erectile dysfunction, with some additional biological processes taking place:

“First, the direct effect of shockwaves on the penile plaque may cause mechanical disruption, thereby inducing collagen synthesis and remodeling.

Second, the inflammatory reaction that results from shockwave heat may recruit macrophages leading to plaque lysis”

As early as 2016, acoustic wave therapy was found to have the following benefits:

  • “…showed a decrease in penile pain from 56% to 100% following [acoustic wave therapy]”
  • “…the decrease in penile curvature varies between 21% and 74%; with a reduction in plaque size between 0% to 68% among men who received [acoustic wave therapy]”
  • “…the improvement in sexual function varies from 12% to 80%”

While the authors of this review deemed acoustic wave therapy to be a “controversial” after examining several studies.

But since then, numerous clinical trials (like this one) have confirmed the positive sexual health enhancements offered by acoustic wave therapy.

Benefits such as reduced plaque size (i.e. lower presence of scar tissue) and increased erection length are consistently observed in newer studies.

Cellulite

What it is:

Cellulite, informally known as “orange peel skin”, can be defined as the harmless formation of lumps and dimples that mostly appear in the buttocks and thighs of women.

This cosmetic appearance of the skin is caused by large-sized fat cells that aggregated right under the skin and protrude as tiny bulges, combined with decreased collagen production as you get older.

It tends to mostly affect women as they reach their mid-20s and 30s, although some men can develop cellulite as well.

Solutions usually include surgical subcisions, weight loss and building muscle in select cases, and cryolipolysis.

How The Phoenix Treats It:

The mechanical shockwaves from The Phoenix will create miniscule tears in the connective tissues at the areas where cellulite is present, which stimulates collagen production to heal the area.

As this is happening, the tissues are replaced with new tissues that’s far more tight and firm. Simultaneously, the fatty deposits are being broken down.

In summation: Treating cellulite with acoustic wave therapy will “stimulate collagen production, rejuvenate connective tissue, improve elasticity of the skin and give skin an overall firmer, smoother and tighter appearance.”

This observation has been repeatedly noticed in women who reported a better quality of life, results lasting 3 months after treatment, and increased confidence in their physical appearance.

Here’s the best part: The Phoenix can work synergistically with gluteal muscle strength training to further reduce cellulite!

Tennis Elbow

What it is:

Tennis elbow (Lateral epicondylitis) is one of the most common injuries in weightlifting, any sport involving a racquet (squash, badminton, tennis, etc.), or any activity involving an excessive amount of gripping.

It is a form of debilitating pain caused by repetitive motions such as gripping that leads to the overuse of the tendon connecting your forearm muscles, wrist muscles, and hand muscles to the upper bone at your elbow.

This overuse leads to microscopic tears within this tissue, and eventually chronic inflammation in the tendon if left untreated.

Tennis elbow is usually treated through injections of painkillers, steroids, and some form of physical rehabilitation involving corrective exercises.

How The Phoenix Treats It:

The Phoenix primarily works on treating tennis elbow by treating the underlying inflammation causing the pain:

“The experimental findings confirm that [acoustic wave therapy] decreases the expression of high levels of inflammatory mediators (matrix metalloproteinases and inter-leukins).

Therefore, [acoustic wave therapy] produces a regenerative and tissue-repairing effect in musculoskeletal tissues, not merely a mechanical disintegrative effect as generally before assumed”

Additionally, its effectiveness as a non-invasive treatment makes it a viable replacement for surgical procedures:

“Our study has revealed comparable results of high-energy[acoustic wave therapy] in patients with chronic tennis elbow when compared with percutaneous tenotomy of the common extensor origin.

Analyses of three month and one year responses to[acoustic wave therapy] support the continuing effect of therapy with one application of 1,500 impulses and without the use of local anaesthesia.”

A meta-analysis published three months ago confirms acoustic wave therapy can reduce the inflammation-induced pain while restoring functional performance.

While it is unquestionably safer than alternative treatment methods, additional full-scale clinical trials are needed to solidify its effectiveness in clinical practice.

Rotator Cuff Injury

What it is:

This one will take a bit more explaining than the other conditions…

Your rotator cuff can be best described as what allows your shoulders to stay firm yet move around so freely.

It is composed of several muscles and tendons attached to your shoulder joint’s bones.

More specifically, they attach your upper arm bone to your shoulder blade and this is how your shoulder joint remains in place.

There are generally two ways to injure your rotator cuff: Either a tendon is torn from the bone (usually brought on by an injury or excessive use), or tendinitis taking place within the tendons.

Things get more complicated with the tears, as there are four kinds:

  • Acute tear: Happens suddenly while lifting heavy objects, or falling on a stretched-out arm
  • Chronic tear: This occurs gradually over time, and is usually attributed to tendons wearing down over time (or severe tendinitis). 
  • Partial tear: The tear does not leave the tendon completely detached from the bone, but the body can heal it
  • Complete tear: The tendon is completely detached from the bone, and the tear cannot be healed by the body. 

Due to the multiple causes of rotator cuff injuries, they are one of the most difficult for physical rehabilitation specialists to treat.

Numerous options such as surgery, medications, resting, and corrective movements are often used in combination with one another.

How The Phoenix Treats It:

Acoustic wave therapy became known as a viable treatment in 2003 when a pivotal study used it to treat rotator cuff injuries caused by calcium buildup on tendons connecting nearby bones to the rotator cuff muscles.

134 patients only received two treatments within a single month, each spaced two weeks apart:

“…patients all had significant rotator cuff improvement in various areas — pain reduction, activities of daily living, range of motion, and power — compared with the placebo group.”

Not only is the pain near eliminated, but as with tennis elbow, but functional movement of the rotator cuff is also restored.

Additionally, acoustic wave therapy is far more practical than getting surgery:

“…the cost of [acoustic wave therapy] for rotator cuff tendonitis is one-fifth to one-seventh the cost of surgical treatment, with longer recovery time and time off work in the surgical treatment group accounting for about two-thirds of the overall cost”

The authors noted that while acoustic wave therapy shows great promise for rotator cuff injuries caused by calcium buildup, the same cannot be said for rotator cuff injuries that aren’t caused by calcium deposits.

Fortunately, recent studies demonstrate acoustic wave therapy’s therapeutic benefit for treating other causes of rotator cuff injuries.

I personally recommend using The Phoenix on any soft tissue injury to speed healing.

It is my opinion humanity is at the tip of the iceberg in understanding what the power of vibration (harmonic sound healing) can do to optimize human biological systems.

How To Harness The Power Of The Phoenix Today

The Phoenix’s therapeutic magic is due to the ingenuity and genius of Jon Hoffman as an inventor and the wonderful good samaritan desires of Dustin and Stephanie Wolff to bring the power of vibration to the world.

They were able to harness the miraculous technology of the acoustic wave in a portable, efficient and most importantly, affordable device the entire planet will soon have access to.

Now you know this medical-grade treatment can help you simultaneously improve multiple facets of your overall health, only one question remains.

How can you get your hands on The Phoenix as soon as possible?

All you have to do is simply visit The Phoenix’s official website, enter your billing information, and place your order.

The Phoenix within the next 2-3 weeks will be shipping to every location in the world.

I have been regularly using The Phoenix for sexual performance and now for treating my injured shoulder.

IT IS absolutely amazing and must be experienced to truly comprehend its therapeutic value.

Harnessing the power of vibration for healing is truly unprecedented and GOLDEN AGE TECHNOLOGY!

IT IS an ESSENTIAL tool for anybody who wants to optimize their health and dramatically enhance their wellness as they age.

And as always, Raise Your Vibration To Optimize Your Love Creation!

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