Every moment a person is surrounded by millions of sounds of different keys and types. Some of them help him navigate in space, others he enjoys purely in aesthetic terms, and others – do not notice at all. But over thousands of years, we have learned not only to create musical masterpieces, but also destructive sound effects. Today, the topic of “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 NATURE OF WATER
Today, many people know the name of the Japanese scientist Emoto Masaru, who wrote the book “Message of water”in 1999. Continue reading
We use a musical ear, and, very accurate, constantly. Without it, we wouldn’t recognize people by their voices. But we can tell a lot more about our interlocutor by the voice. It allows us to determine the mood of the person we are talking to, whether we can trust them, and much more. Nonverbal, that is, non-verbal, characteristics of speech sometimes give us much more information than spoken words.
Is it possible to say that someone does not have a musical ear? Of course not! Every person who has learned to speak independently has a musical ear. Continue reading
California scientists have made really impressive conclusions about the beneficial effects of music on the human brain.
In their unusual study, they found that playing musical instruments contributes to a significant reduction in the risk of dementia in older people — this was concluded by scientists based on their research.
So, based on the study, classes on various musical instruments reduce the risk of Alzheimer’s syndrome and other types of dementia by 36%! Continue reading