The power of Aum –healing the brain with sound
"The universe exists solely of waves of motion ..
There exists nothing other than vibration."
~ Walter Russell.
"There is some evidence that perception and imagery may be pretty similar in the brain. If you can understand the relationship well enough between the brain recordings and sound, you could either synthesise the actual sound a person is thinking, or just write out the words with a type of interface device." ~ Robert Knight, professor of psychology & neuroscience.
“Our Entire Biological System, The Brain,
The Earth Itself, Work On The Same Frequencies.”
~ Nikola Tesla
‘Om’ or ‘Aum’ is the sacred sound held by many to be The continuously changing, the Original Sound - The first sound created by the Universe changing, ‘exhaling’ or expanding or what today we term ‘the audible stream’, all-encompassing and perpetual continuum, as detailed in the ancient Vedantic texts dating from roughly 4000 years ago or 2000 BC, referred to as the Veda’s, simply translated:
“In the beginning was the Creator with whom was the sound,
and the sound was the Absolute" ~ Rig Veda
This is the sound wave, Scientists, quantum physicists and astronomers listen to this daily for their work.
the bible of course, 2000 years later begins with:
"In the beginning was the Word,
and the Word was with God, and the Word was God."
Scientists now say our Sun is also emitting these waves and that the Sun literally generates the sound Aum…
"Have you ever wondered what the Sun would sound like if you could hear it? Our Sun lies 93,000,000 miles away, surrounded by the vacuum of space. Sound won't travel through space, of course. But with the right instrument, scientists can "hear" pulsations from the Sun. The entire Sun vibrates from a complex pattern of acoustical waves, much like a bell. If your eyes were sharp enough, you could see a bell's surface jiggle in complex patterns as the waves bounced around within it. Likewise, astronomers at Stanford University can record acoustical pressure waves in the Sun by carefully tracking movements on the Sun's surface. To do this, they use an instrument called a Michelson Doppler Imager (MDI), mounted on the SOHO spacecraft, circling the Sun 1,000,000 miles from Earth. The Sun's acoustical waves bounce from one side of the Sun to the other in about two ho