Richard Schrei

Reiki Master/Teacher
Intuitive Energy Healer
Sound and Music Therapist
Certified Yoga Nidra Instructor
Biosonic Repatterning Practitioner


During the 1980s many of my friends either had died from, or were dying from, HIV/AIDS. I always thought if it was in some way possible, I would open a healing center where people could get some kind of free treatment.

In 1998, I decided to take a course in Biosonic Repatterning. In that time period I was reading “The Teachings of Babaji” and shortly before he died, Babaji told his followers “All of you must learn spiritual healing – jhara – and make spiritual healing centers. By that means, many people in this world will get peace and happiness.” When I read those words, I immediately felt in my heart the truth of those words and began my search for spiritual modalities.

I began with Reiki and became a Reiki Master/Teacher and began volunteering my services of combining my healing music with Reiki sessions. I volunteered at a day respite center in Tampa, Florida for those affected/effected by HIV/AIDS. One day one of the clients came in for a treatment and was in such an unusually good mood, I asked him about it. He told me he had just come from the doctor and that the doctor told him his diabetes was gone. Not realizing that diabetes could be cured, I asked him what he had been doing differently the past 3 months. He told me the only thing different was that he had been getting two treatments a week from me.

Fast forward to 2018, I had been feeling stuck in my healing efforts. No clients for several years due to a move to a new area of the country. I decided to pray about the feeling of inadequacy and what my next healing endeavor should be. The answer came to me “Revisit the spinal column.”  The result of that was almost 3 years of work creating, improving, and putting together a new modality called Divine Music Therapy (DMT). DMT consists of a series of tones based on the spinal column and the nervous system. With these tones, I have been able to isolate each vertebra and 10 areas of the head; for a total of 43 tones. When I began studying anatomy for insight on how to use these tones, I came to the realization that the total of spinal nerves and cranial nerves equals 43. Coincidence?

By combining certain tones I am able to pinpoint specific areas of the body.