“If you want to find the secrets of the universe, think in terms of energy, frequency and vibration.”
– Nikola Tesla
“Concerning matter, we have been all wrong. What we have called matter is energy, whose vibration has been so lowered as to be perceptible to the senses. There is no matter.”
– Albert Einstein
Tesla said it, Einstein agreed, and today’s science says the same!
It is widely accepted that everything in the universe, us included, are made up of energy vibrating at different frequencies. Considering this, one can’t help but wonder if the frequencies of the music we listen to affect our bodies and souls?
Frequencies affect each other, which means that we are also affected by the frequencies that we are exposed to.
Think about this: when we cook, we mix different ingredient together, and eventually every ingredient affects the taste of the meal. The story with the frequencies is quite similar, they mix in each other, change and convert each other.
The effects of frequencies on our physical world have been scientifically proven.
There is actually a science branch called “Cymatics” that works on this subject. Cymatics investigates the sound frequencies and how they change while spreading in different environments such as water, air, sand, etc.
The video below shows how sand on a metal plate behaves when exposed to sounds at different frequencies.
Another study conducted on this subject is called “water memory.”
This study, which is run by Dr. Masaru Emot, shows how emotions, thoughts, and sounds affect the way water crystallized. Our bodies are not material entities, but frequencies that are vibrating. What you have to remember is that 70% of human body is water. In summary, considering this experiment, it is true to say that the frequencies that we are exposed to while listening to music shape our bodies.
Let’s move on to music:
Most of the music we hear or listen to are fixed in note A (440 Hz frequency). However, considering the vibrational nature of our planet, it is seen that this frequency doesn’t show harmony with the natural resonance. That’s why it is believed that this standardized frequency can have negative impacts on human cognition and behavior.
And some researchers go further away and say that this standard was set on purpose.
According to the supporters of this theory, the 440 Hz frequency was standardized after Nazis conducted a series of scientific studies on frequencies that most trigger emotions of fear and aggression. We don’t know if this conspiracy theory true or not, but some studies strongly argue that it would be useful to change the standard to A=432 Hz.
It is believed that 432 Hz frequency will fit better with the mathematical structure of our planet.
The reason why some people think that is because 432 Hz shows better harmony with both the regularities in nature and the ratio of the Sun, Earth, and Moon with respect to each other. Moreover, it is also claimed that 432 Hz suits better to our chakras and that 440 Hz displays a mismatch with our bodies.Enough talking, we will save you from your crippling curiosity and test it for yourselves.
The two videos below are 440 and 432 Hz versions of the same song. What is your comment concerning the validity of the scientific data?