The Art of making vibrations influence forms

Illness as an incoherent bodily state can also be rebalanced in the DNA through sound. A Russian team of researchers has shown that DNA activation occurs by words and sounds.

How about the healing qualities of various chanting and meditative tonal vocalizations during Buddhist rituals and Gregorian chant ceremonies, like the Solfeggio frequencies?

sand generated by sound of A

The Solfeggio frequencies are a set of musical tones that were used long ago in Gregorian and Sanskrit chants. These frequencies have specific healing associations as they interact with the vibrational vortices of the human body.

Physicists and musicians agree that these 6 frequencies constitute a unique interrelated series of mathematically derived EM sounds. Research showed that the 6 Solfeggio frequencies are override any other sound frequency.

Each frequency has specific mental, physical, emotional, and spiritual healing properties. Recent studies show that these frequencies are part of a process that can assist you in manifesting a life without stress, illness, and sickness. 

Chladni figures

In his book Hans Jenny, like Chladni 200 years ago, shows what happens when you place materials like sand, spores, iron filings, water, and viscous substances, on vibrating metal plates and membranes.

What appears are shapes and forms which vary from nearly perfectly ordered and stationary to those that are turbulently developing, organic, and constantly in motion.

Jenny used crystal oscillators and invented the Tono-scope to set these plates and membranes vibrating. With crystal oscillators, you can determine exactly which frequency and amplitude/volume you want. It allows you to research and follow a continuous train of events during which you can change the frequency or the amplitude or both.

His tonoscope makes the human voice visible without the use of any electronic apparatus. You can hear and see at once the physical image of the vowel, tone or song you produce. He named this study: Cymatics (Gr: kyma, meaning wave).

Creative Vibrations

Jenny discovered that if he vibrated a plate at a specific frequency and amplitude, the shapes and forms that are characteristic of that vibration appeared in the material on the plate. If he changed the frequency or amplitude, the development and pattern were changed as well. He found that if he increased the frequency, the complexity of the patterns increased, thus the number of elements became greater. If he increased the amplitude, the motions were more rapid and turbulent. They could even create small eruptions, throwing the actual material up in the air.

Geometry as frozen 'sounds of music', mimicking life

Step by step development of a pattern in sand

swinging water drops

Researchers in Denmark discovered: polygons inside of rotating water. Their test is special because the sides of the container have been kept still while only the bottom rotates.

The bucket is Plexiglas, ≈20 cm across and has a rotating plate underneath. Rotated water moves toward the wall due to the centrifugal force. When the rotation rate became large enough, deformations in the form of polygons with up to 6 corners appeared on the surface of the fluid.

When using ethylene glycol, they observed three-cornered polygons. Vortices formed near the polygons' corners.