PREFACE While in Edinburgh, Scotland in July 2004, I visited Donaldsons College, a school for deafchildren, where a deaf cello player played to a class. The children could hear little or nothing,and intently watched the cello bow, and felt the vibrations through the air and the floor of first ahappy tune, and then a sad one. Through vibrations they felt differences betweenfrequencies, and the emotions of the music. The cello player allowed some children to place a hand on the cello woodwork. They smiled as they felt the pitch and speed. I was touched bythe needs and the potential for deaf children to hear through feelings and wondered if it waspossible to help them hear normally. Despite not having had a deaf patient in 25 years ofhealing, I offered my healing services to the headmistress. This is the report of an exploratorypilot research project with the objective of trying to find hands-on healing techniques ormethods that may be used as the basis for further research.