Cymatics

4. Cymatics - Liquid Plastic

Dr. Hans Jenny, a Swiss scientist who studied the effects of sound upon organic matter, called the work cymatics, or the study of waveform phenomena. Using various organic substances vibrated at different frequencies, he found repeatable patterns that represented cellular growth, mandalas, and microscopic life forms. From his work it has been proposed that sound creates form and changing frequencies affect form at a cellular level.

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Psychoacoustics

2. Cymatics -water

Dr. Andrew Weil, author, lecturer and founder of the Program in Integrative Medicine in Tucson, Arizona, states that "The new science of psychoacoustics -- the study of the effect of music and sound on the human nervous system -- shows that [frequency] can relieve pain, help stroke patients, and benefit other conditions."

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Sound Science

3. Cymatics- Liquid Plastic

According to author and lecturer Dr. Deepak Chopra, Ayurveda teaches that: "The body is held together by sound, and the presence of disease indicates that some sounds are out of tune… primordial sound is the mysterious link that holds the universe together in a web that is the quantum field."

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Chanting

8. Tonoscope Shri Yantra

Dr. Herbert Benson, M.D., of the Mind/Body Medical Institute at Boston's Deaconess Medical Center, having studied the effects of chanting mantras on human physiology, found that repeating a single syllable or word produced measurable changes in energy consumption, respiration rate, heartbeat, metabolic rate and pulse, as well as an increase in alpha brain waves.

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Sound is the Antedote

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Energy healing processes are profoundly direct, effective and efficient. By creating a point of focus for the mind, sound forms an energetic grid through which previously blocked energy can flow. This creates a healing mechanism of resonance and vibration, allowing sound to move to those parts of us that are "out of tune," returning it to its natural rhythm and frequency. In Northern Middle English, the meaning of the word health is "to make sound." Sound, then, is the antidote.

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