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MOZART GST is a special sound source developed by combining a high-frequency Mozart music supervised by Dr. Haruhisa Wago and super-speed listening affirmations.

Utilizing this special sound source method, it has been shown to have the effect of suppressing brain's fear circuits and the amygdala, reducing emotional stress, and promoting metabolism.

We also conduct human clinical trials in collaboration with UNI H&H Institute and medical institutions/organizations.

It is a method that has been confirmed to secrete oxytocin, the love hormone , and has established scientific evidence.

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The brain only responds in two ways: pleasant or unpleasant.

When you have good habits of pleasure, the sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous systems in your autonomic nervous system are in balance, and the neurotransmitter serotonin, the happy hormone, is secreted from the intestines.

The serotonin produced during the day is converted into melatonin, a hormone that promotes good quality sleep, at night, and then oxytocin is secreted.

Repair of 37 trillion human cells occurs, which is called "metabolism". This is said to occur during non-REM sleep, when the brain waves are delta waves and cellular communication occurs when connected to pure consciousness.

The state of having bad habits that cause discomfort can be defined as constant exposure to emotional stress.

According to Dr. Haruhisa Wago, professor emeritus at Saitama Medical University Junior College, most illnesses are said to be caused by chronic stress that keeps the sympathetic nervous system dominance of the autonomic nervous system at full throttle for a long period of time.

It is believed that when there is an excess of the adrenal cortex hormones CRF, excess cortisol, and adrenaline (secreted by the adrenal glands), the body is unable to switch from sympathetic nervous system dominance to the parasympathetic nervous system that helps you sleep, resulting in insomnia and poor metabolism, which leads to persistent discomfort such as headaches and nausea.

Cortisol, a stress-resistance hormone, is also known as oxidative stress, and when secreted in excess, it can cause the excessive production of active oxygen (superoxide and hydroxyl radicals), which are believed to be the cause of lifestyle-related diseases that can lead to serious illnesses such as cancer. Recently, 1% of illnesses with unknown causes are said to be due to adrenal fatigue, and research is being conducted into its use as an approach to improving adrenal fatigue.


Nowadays, one in two people will develop cancer. Even in people who are originally healthy, it is said that about 5,000 cancer cells are formed every day.

Each of our 37 trillion cells has mitochondrial cells, factories that generate the ATP energy necessary for metabolism. These mitochondria control apoptosis, which causes normal cells to self-destruct when they become cancerous cells. Therefore, it is said that if this function is working properly, cancer will not develop.

​ATP is produced and consumed at a rate of 50 to 100 kilograms per day, but it cannot be stored in the body and is converted into immediate energy.

Furthermore, research into autophagy has progressed in recent years, and the concept of viewing aging itself as a disease is emerging, which could potentially prevent aging from the perspective of healthy longevity.

It is said that telomere genes and sirtuin genes, which are related to aging, are related to each other.

However, when the sympathetic nervous system is dominant and in response to excess cortisol, the reactive oxygen species superoxide and hydroxyl radicals attack mitochondrial DNA, preventing the mitochondria from issuing the command for apoptosis. It is believed that cancer cells are unable to self-destruct, and instead damage other cells and multiply.

Oxidative stress damages cellular mitochondria, impairs autophagy function, and slows down metabolism.

It is said that it takes about 9 years for a cancer cell to grow to 1mm, and about 15 years for it to grow to 1cm. We believe that by changing your lifestyle to healthy habits, you can improve your preventive measures and live a life of consciousness/awareness that will prevent you from getting sick.

The autonomic nervous system (sympathetic and parasympathetic) is an involuntary nervous system that people cannot control by their own will. It is said that while the sympathetic nervous system works in 0.2 seconds, it takes about 5 minutes for the parasympathetic nervous system to switch over.

The control center of the autonomic nervous system is the hypothalamus in the brain.

Hormones related to pleasure and displeasure are secreted from the hypothalamus and pituitary gland, and when the pleasure hormone oxytocin is secreted, stress hormones are suppressed, and when the displeasure hormone (CRF, a factor that releases the stress hormone cortisol) is released, oxytocin is suppressed. In other words, it is one or the other, and it is thought that the amygdala gives commands to the hypothalamus.


The results of emotional information processing in the amygdala are first transmitted to the hypothalamus, which is the center of autonomic nervous function and hormone secretion, causing an autonomic nervous response that increases heart rate and changes in gastrointestinal movement.

When we receive a stimulus that causes fear, information is simultaneously transmitted from the amygdala to the midbrain, causing behavior such as freezing. Furthermore, stimuli are transmitted from the amygdala to the limbic system, such as the cingulate gyrus and hippocampus of the cerebral cortex, which also have a significant impact on long-term memory.


In this way, memories associated with primitive emotions are stored in the amygdala, and when an emotional stimulus associated with this memory is encountered, the memory comes out, causing strong emotional and physical responses.

Habits are built through your consciousness, and we focused on emotions and the amygdala as a way to change consciousness.

According to Dr. Nariyuki Hayashi, who has developed a detailed theorization about the function of the brain's pleasure-related A10 nerve (one of the dopaminergic nerve groups), the amygdala is "the place where feelings are born" and is closely connected to emotions and feelings.

Although cutting-edge research is opening up new insights, this theory is based on Dr. Paul MacLean's theory of the three-layered structure of the brain.

The brain is composed of three layers: the cerebral cortex, the limbic system, and the brain stem (spinal cord), and the amygdala is located in the limbic system.

According to the theory of Dr. Masao Ito, a physiologist and world authority on cerebellar research, the brain is made up of nine blocks, with five controllers and four regulators.

It has been proven that when the sympathetic nervous system is dominant, cortisol is secreted and the amygdala is adversely affected. According to Dr. Masao Ito, when the amygdala shrinks, it loses sensitivity, and you don't perceive beautiful things as beautiful, and you don't perceive dirty things as dirty.

It is understood that the brain is controlled by the brain stem and spinal cord, and research has demonstrated that reflexes and emotions are incorporated in the spinal cord.

Five controllers

・Sensory association area (higher mental thought/language)

・Sensory motor function (analyzing information from the outside world more precisely than the spinal cord and brainstem)

・Innate behavior (instinct reward system) ↓ Brain stem/spinal cord

・Compound exercises

・Reflection (100 types)


*It has become clear that this is not a function of the brain, but rather occurs in the spinal cord and brain stem.

4 regulators

・Sleep/Wakefulness (resting the mind and organizing information)

The cerebellum (which connects to the brainstem and spinal cord control systems and provides adaptive functioning) helps with learning and mastering movements.

- Basal ganglia (controls brain cells so they don't break apart)

・Limbic system (switching value judgments)

Mozart's music can approach the spine

In order to control these emotions and comfort the amygdala, we applied the Tomatis Theory of Dr. Alfred Tomatis, a French otolaryngologist known as the Einstein of the ear, in order to approach the spine which controls the brain.

Dr. Tomatis proposed the Tomatis theory, which showed that the spine is a musical instrument and that each part of the spine has a corresponding (resonant) frequency. The Tomatis theory is registered with the French Academy of Medicine.


The range of sound that humans can hear is said to be approximately 15Hz to 20,000Hz. Sounds above 20,000Hz cannot be heard directly by the ear, but are believed to resonate in cells throughout the body (including mitochondria) as ultrasonic vibrations.

Tomatis' theory has three main points:

- You can only vocalize frequencies that you can hear

- 90% of the brain's energy comes from hearing

- The ears are designed to convert high frequency waves into energy for the brain.

Dr. Tomatis focused on the fact that Mozart's music contains many high-frequency harmonics above 8000 Hz and f/1 fluctuations, and spent his life studying Mozart's music.

It is said that Mozart grew up in a state of pure innocence, able to hear sounds above 8000 Hz, and the music he composed contains many high-frequency overtones (thickness of sound), making it unparalleled by any other musician, according to Dr. Tomatis.

In addition, Dr. Haruhisa Wago, Professor Emeritus of Saitama Medical University Junior College, who is involved in our research team, has been analyzing the frequencies of Mozart's music based on the Tomatis theory for about 30 years, and discovered that 4000 Hz switches the medulla oblongata in the brain and switches it to the parasympathetic nervous system; he has published a paper about this to the world.

Our sensei Irei, founder of UNI H&H Institute, proposed that the terahertz frequency band of 10 to the 12th to 15th power is the frequency of consciousness, and that sound can be increased to the 12th to 15th power to influence consciousness, leading to the development of the super-speed listening sound source.

According to Dr. Toku Takahashi, professor emeritus at the Medical College of Wisconsin, the frequency range of Qi energy is in the terahertz range, and it is said to pour down from space in a spiral.

Dr. Toku Takahashi promotes integrative medicine, which combines Western and Eastern medicine. Through his research into acupuncture points, he has discovered apocrine sweat glands that receive Qi energy, and whose molecular structure is thought to be silicon.

The frequency (vibration) band of silicon is said to be 1 terahertz, and it is believed that mitochondria are also related to silicon. The theory that bones are not made of calcium and collagen, but of silicon undergoing atomic transformation is gradually being understood .

The super-speed audio source uses Emile Coue's autosuggestion therapy.

​We have developed a sound source that suppresses the unconscious and emotions and promotes improved consciousness by combining a Mozart music supervised by Dr. Haruhisa Wago with a sound source that acts on cells at approximately 19,000 to 100,000 times the normal speed and playing it for 24 hours.

Mozart Music Supervisor: Dr. Haruhisa Wago
Doctor of Science, Professor Emeritus, Saitama Medical University Junior College

High Frequency Mozart's music, supervised by Dr. Haruhisa Wago, is rich in high frequencies of over 4000Hz and fluctuating rhythms that are often found in nature, which are known to regulate brain waves and autonomic nerves, prevent illness and improve physical conditions.

In the field of prevention of pre-symptomatic disease, which has been attracting attention in recent years, the effectiveness of "Mozart Music Therapy" has been scientifically recognized as a music therapy that is inexpensive, has no side effects, is sustainable, keeps the body's immune system normal, and improves physical and mental conditions.


Founder of Affirmations
Emile Coue Therapy

The founder of autosuggestion, active in France. President of the Lorraine Society of Applied Psychology.

After completing his chemistry degree at the Paris School of Pharmacy and working as a pharmacist in Troyes, France for 30 years, he began practicing autosuggestion (Coue therapy) in Nancy. His teachings have been used by many self-help gurus, including Norman Vincent Peale and Clement Stone. The method is to simply repeat to yourself, "Every day in every way I am getting better and better."

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