Here’s Why You Should Consider Converting Your Music To A=432 Hz
This is the article from Collective Evolution shared on his Facebook page by the late Prince in response to some questions asked by fans as mentioned previously in last week's repost (see Related article). Regular readers might recall the compelling topics that cymatics and the influence of music on our bodies and minds are. I must confess that, besides musician Nigel Stanford's experiments, the samples presented here really impressed the hell out of me! Since my ears cannot pick all high frequencies, I thought I wouldn't be able to hear any of the subtleties between A=432 Hz and A=440 Hz (which is the case with MP3 files where I can't tell the difference between a 128 and a 320kbps encoding), but not only do I hear it, I also feel it strongly within my inner core and that, from the very first notes. Try it for yourself and see how fascinating it is. Now, converting all your music to A=432 Hz might be set to be a tedious task though, considering that — according to the video tutorial link provided at the end of the article — the tuning of the original source must first be identified and next, in order to change pitch without losing quality, a commercial application takes about 10 minutes per track (whereas it's much quicker using Audacity, which is freeware, there is a loss in quality).
If you want to find the secrets of the universe, think in terms of energy, frequency and vibration.
~ Nikola Tesla
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. Science proved it. It is a known fact that everything—including our own bodies—is made up of energy vibrating at different frequencies. That being said, it seems logical to wonder, can sound frequencies affect us? It would appear that this is the case. Frequencies affect frequencies, much like mixing ingredients with other ingredients affects the overall flavour of a meal. The way frequencies affect the physical world has been demonstrated through various experiments, such as the science of Cymatics and water memory.
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