Sunday, 30 June 2019

432Hz Sounds Good To Me!


Dear Reader,

Last week I talked awhile on the topic of the magic of water, and this week it is the turn of sound.

This article about music caught my attention some time ago. It was then of some interest to me, but other topics took over my daily activity. And at that time the notion that the topic might be related to spiritual matters did not fully occur to me. But when I lately saw an article on the 'Hindu'/Buddhist AUM mantra, I woke up. 



It would appear that when the AUM mantra is properly chanted, the frequency of the vibrations is measured at 432Hz, the level referred to as being harmonious in the stated article (above), and which is also said to be the harmonic vibrational frequency of everything in the universe. 

A second scientific foundation for the mantra's benefits concerns brain research conducted by various scientists, the findings of which were very interesting. It would seem that in response to time-frequency analysis, irregular waveforms were identified which indicated unsteadiness in the mind of the subjects. The subjects were then requested to chant the mantra frequently for a few days and the experiment was repeated. The time-frequency analysis then produced some surprising insights. The waveforms were improved with regular spacing and had almost perfect symmetry and harmony. Not only had these participants witnessed dramatic improvements in focus, concentration and steadiness, but found themselves to be in peace, witnessing a reduction in mental stress and remaining calm all the time.

It is said that chanting the AUM mantra is able to create an event inside the nervous system which can then become an object of concentration and meditation, and also a focal point for expanding physical and emotional awareness. There are many testimonies to that effect.

Importantly, therefore, we could say that psychiatry (a more modern development and not as respected as it once was) is redundant; that depression has a known cure. We need not be anything but positive if we would choose to be so.

Likely to create more heated debate, perhaps, is the notion that the Jewish/Christian word used at the end of prayer - Amen - and the Muslim equivalent - Ameen - stem from the AUM mantra. I think it is worthwhile viewing this link to read and listen to more on this topic.


In fact, this Rosicrucian article confirms the preceding link.

Why is it worthwhile? Well, I have found sufficient evidence to show that all spiritual paths are closely related, and it would appear to me that it is perfectly logical that we will find similarities in practice. The problem is to get across to fundamentalists (in all religions) that the application of dogma will not create peace in this world, while compassion, tolerance and understanding stand every chance of success. In other words, the application of love instead of belief.

Of course, it would not serve governments for us to talk as one people. The so-called 'permanent government' would be far from happy.

Thank you for reading this.