The Sounds of Love
Margaret Ann Loveday – Tuesday, January 13, 2015
Dr. Hans Jenny, Swiss doctor and scientist in the 1960’s did experimentation, which provided pictures of sound waves which produced beautiful patterns unique to each vibration. His experiments revealed that sound is frequency which can impact the cells of the body.
Fabian Marnien a French composer, acupuncturist and bioenergetician and Helene Crimol, biologist experimented further on the effect of music on the cells of the body, both healthy and unhealthy, in their book ‘The Role of Music in the 21st Century’, with amazing results. And, Dr Masam Emoto, a Japanese scientist showed the effects of music of different kinds and also the spoken word over water samples, resulting in beautiful crystals for the uplifting words and music, but broken crystals were the effect of heavy metal music and negative words.
So, if the body is made up of 70% water in adults and up to 95% water in children, depending on their age, would it be reasonable to think that we need to be mindful of what we speak over ourselves and others, especially children.
Words like music are sounds and have a frequency which has it’s impact upon our well-being at all levels, positive and negative; healing or detrimental. Words have the power to initiate changes throughout the body, and the body responds with physical effects working for us and against us. I read in an article from ‘Health Impact News website’, that the words that we speak have the power to bring healing in a person’s life.
This is why I wrote ‘Emily’, a book that will promote love and it’s healing effects. This is why the heroine of the story Emily, although young, was taught by her Great grandmother Ruby, to be positive in her speech and thoughts and to have good values. In the story we find, though Emily goes through extremely traumatic times, she always remains positive and eventually is rewarded with the desire of her heart and more.