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The influence of music on water: the ennobling and destructive effect of sounds

A person in every moment is surrounded by millions of sounds of different keys and types. Some of them help him navigate in space, others he enjoys purely in an aesthetic plan, others – he does not notice at all. But over thousands of years, we have learned not only how to create musical masterpieces, but also destructive sound effects. Today, the topic “the influence of music on water” has been studied to a certain extent, and it will be very interesting to learn something about the mysterious world of energy and substances.

EXPERIMENTAL DISCOVERIES: MUSIC CHANGES THE CHARACTER OF WATER

Today, many people know the name of the Japanese scientist Emoto Masaru, who wrote in 1999 the book “Message of Water.” This work brought him worldwide fame and inspired many scientists for further research. The book describes a series of experiments that confirm that under the influence of music, water changes its structure – the form of a molecule. To do this, the scientist put a glass of ordinary water between two columns, from which came the sounds of certain musical works. After this, the liquid was frozen, which subsequently made it possible to examine under a microscope the procedure for constructing a molecule from atoms. The results struck the whole world: the influence of music on water of positive content creates the right clear crystals, each face of which is subject to certain laws. Also, a snowflake of water can show the content of the melody itself, convey the mood of the composer. Thus, Tchaikovsky’s Swan Lake contributed to the formation of a beautiful structure that resembles rays in the form of bird feathers. Symphony No. 40 of Mozart allows you to visually see not only the beauty of the work of the great composer, but also his unbridled lifestyle. After the sound of “Seasons” of Vivaldi, you can admire the crystals of water that convey the beauty of summer, autumn, spring and winter for a long time. Along with melodies bearing beauty, love and gratitude, the influence of negative music on water was studied. The result of such experiments were irregularly shaped crystals, which also showed the meaning of sounds and words directed to the liquid.

REASON FOR CHANGE IN WATER STRUCTURE

Why does water change its structure under the influence of music? And can new knowledge be used to the benefit of humanity? Atomic analysis of water helped to understand these issues. Masaru Emoto is of the opinion that the order in which molecules are built is determined by an energy source called Hado. This term means a specific wave of oscillations of the electrons of the nucleus of an atom. The magnetic resonance field is observed where there is Hado. Therefore, such a vibrational frequency can be described as a region of magnetic resonance, which is a type of electromagnetic wave. Actually, musical tonality – this is the energy that affects water. Knowing the properties of water, a person can change its structure with the help of music. So, classical, religious, benevolent motifs form clear elegant crystals. The use of such water can heal a person, change his life in the direction of well-being and prosperity. Loud, sharp, meaningless, rattling, aggressive and erratic sounds adversely affect everything around, consisting of a liquid.

Do you know that you can become a performer of classical music without knowing musical notation? Of course, in modern musical life, this is rather an exception to the rule. The most famous of these exceptions was Luciano Pavarotti, who did not hide the fact that he was almost unable to read music. Hearing and his own system of learning the opera parts helped him, in spite of everything, become one of the greatest tenors of the 20th century. But nevertheless, today’s performers consider fidelity to the musical original for granted.

But in the Baroque era, every musician was even obliged to give what was recorded in the notes to his own decorations. A musician who did not include a single improvisation in his performance would be considered boring in those days. Later, Franz Liszt did the same: playing the works of other composers, he treated them freely and relaxed. In 1838 they wrote: “He can play today like that, and tomorrow differently. Liszt always plays, but his soul is different every time. ”

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