What role does sound and vibration play in the health of our bodies and minds? More importantly do the sounds we hear everyday affect our health on a cellular level?
Can sound affect our well-being? Today researchers are proving what ancient people have know for thousands of years, and that is… our body responds to vibration, and that every cell, neuron and organ in the body resonates with its own frequency creating within a beautiful symphony of sound.
The string theory first introduced in the late ‘60’s has today become a popular field of study. The theory claims that everything in our universe, the planets, the stars, and the suns even the subatomic particle is made up of microscopic strands of energy.
These strands of energy are very, very small, thin and elastic; to give you an idea of size they are estimated to be about 1033 centimetres, which is about a millionth of a billionth of a billionth of a billionth of a centimetre. They can twist, wiggle, wobble and can join with each other and they can break apart. Continue reading
What is Frequency Following Response? Frequency following response  (FFR) is the tendency for our mind and body to be affected and synchronized by an external source – such as sounds and rhythms.
Frequency following response is a prime factor in brainwave entrainment. This happens when; an external stimulus is being mirrored by internal processes within the brain. The result of this mirroring can be excited by sound and vision to create certain brain states.
We are all moved by the beautiful sounds of nature – the roar of ocean waves, the rumble of thunder, and the constant flow of a river as well as the majesty of a symphony orchestra. These rhythmical and sometimes melodic waveforms constantly move us into the conscious awareness of the relationship of body and mind. Continue reading