The Law of Vibration
Frequency is defined as the number of periodic oscillations, vibrations, or waves per unit of time.
No two things in the universe are truly identical, because each has its unique vibrational pattern. The differences between matter and energy are explained primarily by the differences in these vibratory motions.
Phenomena such as light, heat, magnetism, electricity and sound are forms of vibratory motion, just as trees, desks, flowers and animals are.
When things vibrate very slowly, we hear no noise. Physical objects vibrate slowest, which is why we cannot hear any sounds emanating from them. As vibration is increased, we begin to hear lower-pitched sounds.
Further increases in vibration allow us to hear higher-pitched notes, as when we strike the ascending keys of a piano. If vibrations increase further, to a higher frequency, we may not be able to hear the sound because it may have moved out of our ability to register the frequency.
Science shows us that being near trees and plants significantly improves our physical, mental and emotional wellbeing.
Of course, the healing power of plants has long been understood by indigenous cultures who communed with nature and harnessed the power of plants in Flower Essences, oils, or herbs as well as going on nature journeys to heal their body, mind and spirit.
Now the possibilities for plant healing have been taken a quantum step further with the arrival of the Music of the Plants.
In times gone by when nature was perceived as alive, and in indigenous cultures today, there is a natural connection and bonding with plants, akin to the relationship you would have with your pets. Scientists are now calling this genetically encoded relationship, biophilia.
The audible resonance of plants and trees triggers the release of the hormone oxytocin. Oxytocin is the bonding hormone, so common in pregnancy and birth, and it inititates the restorative response in the body, bringing our entire system – physically, emotionally, mentally and spiritually – into homeostasis or balance.
This is a live musical improvisation. The plant is connected to the U1 and Simone Vitale from "The Sound of Golden Light" is playing his Anantar (koto-kampura).