This video is a demonstration of cymatics in action. Cymatics, or the study of form produced by sound, is one of intriguing mystery, as it portends that vibration is the precursor to form. Hence, creation exists solely from the existence of vibration, which expresses itself as sound.
This means that the impact of sound on natural systems is indeed a key component in the manifestations inherent in that system.
Margaret Watts-Hughs, creator of the Eidophone (a type of recording instrument which displayed patterns of sounds as sung through a tube) noted patterns present in the emanations from the Eidophone which were also prevalent in nature.
A quote from an article written by her expresses her interest in the natural manifestations of sound forms.
‘… I have gone on singing into shape these particular forms, and stepping out of doors, have seen their parallels in the flowers, ferns, and trees around me; and again, as I have watched the little heaps in the formation of the floral figures gather themselves up and then shoot out their petals, just as the flower springs from the swollen bud’ the hope has come to me that these humble experiments may afford some suggestions in regard to nature’s production of her own beautiful forms. *
These patterns are intricately linked to sacred geometry. Often, they may mimic the Flower of Life, Metatron’s Cube, or similar.This reveals an intimate interconnectedness of all creative forms.
Dr. Hans Jenny, a swiss medical doctor, often called the “Father of Cymatics” coined the term Kymatic from the Greek kuma meaning “billow” or “wave”, describing the behavior of the formations made by sound.
Despite the relative simplicity of the concept, the study of cymatics has profoundly large-ranging implications. Cymatics helps to explain the effect of sound and music on the human body systems. There are many sound healing systems which use sound as an important factor, such as the Solfeggio tones*, which are reportedly used to repair damaged DNA.
As for the general effect of sound on the human body:
The truth is that sound creates a dynamic [mandala]-like pattern in every water molecule of your entire body. And, since your body is 90% water, the effect on your whole system is dramatic. In fact, your entire body (especially your skin) is actually an ear. When you consider the findings of Dr. Emoto, which prove that your intention changes the structure of water, then it becomes clear how sound and intention can create extraordinary changes in your body and consciousness.*
The most fascinating findings about cymatics are the correlations between sacred languages and cymatic forms:
In his research with the tonoscope, Jenny noticed that when the vowels of the ancient languages of Hebrew and Sanskrit were pronounced, the sand took the shape of the written symbols for these vowels, while our modern languages, on the other hand, did not generate the same result! How is this possible? Did the ancient Hebrews and Indians know this? Is there something to the concept of “sacred language,” which both of these are sometimes called? What qualities do these “sacred languages,” among which Tibetan, Egyptian and Chinese are often numbered, possess? Do they have the power to influence and transform physical reality, to create things through their inherent power, or, to take a concrete example, through the recitation or singing of sacred texts, to heal a person who has gone “out of tune”? *
Cymatic patterns have also been identified in crop circles and may be linked to Egyptian Heiroglyphics. Further study of this incredible phenomenon could completely change the way Science as a whole views the universe.
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