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Neurologist Dr. Oliver Sachs recorded some fascinating observations of the effect of music on his patients in his book "Musicophilia". Of Parkinson's patients he wrote: “Parkinsonian stutter responds to the rhythm and flow of music, as long as the music is of the “right” kind - and the right kind is unique for every patient.” He also observed, “I saw the extraordinary powers of music with our post-encephalitic patients - its power to “awaken” them at every level: to alertness when they were lethargic, to normal movements when they were frozen.......to whole identities which were, for the most part, unavailable to them. Music did (this) for the brief span while it lasted, and perhaps for a few minutes afterwards. Metaphorically, it was like auditory dopamine - a “prosthesis” for the damaged basal ganglia.”
Dec 24, 2017
Can music influence the longevity of human blood cells?
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Neurologist Dr. Oliver Sachs recorded some fascinating observations of the effect of music on his patients in his book "Musicophilia". With Parkinson's patients he wrote: "“Parkinsonian stutter responds to the rhythm and flow of music, as long as the music is of the “right” kind - and the right kind is unique for every patient.” He also observed, “I saw the extraordinary powers of music with our post-encephalitic patients - its power to “awaken” them at every level: to alertness when they were lethargic, to normal movements when they were frozen.......to whole identities which were, for the most part, unavailable to them. Music did (this) for the brief span while it lasted, and perhaps for a few minutes afterwards. Metaphorically, it was like auditory dopamine - a “prosthesis” for the damaged basal ganglia.”
Dec 24, 2017
Can music influence the longevity of human blood cells?
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Neurologist Dr. Oliver Sachs recorded some fascinating observations of the effect of music on his patients in his book "Musicophilia". With Parkinson's patients he wrote: "“Parkinsonian stutter responds to the rhythm and flow of music, as long as the music is of the “right” kind - and the right kind is unique for every patient.” He also observed, "“I saw the extraordinary powers of music with our post-encephalitic patients - its power to “awaken” them at every level: to alertness when they were lethargic, to normal movements when they were frozen.......to whole identities which were, for the most part, unavailable to them. Music did (this) for the brief span while it lasted, and perhaps for a few minutes afterwards. Metaphorically, it was like auditory dopamine - a “prosthesis” for the damaged basal ganglia.”
Dec 24, 2017
Can music influence the longevity of human blood cells?
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Sayer, thank you! Wouldn't it be fascinating to see the effect of the 'sound' of glyphosate, for example, on blood, or nerve cells? Or, in contrast, the healing 'sound' of Vitamin C? Are we moving to a glimpse of synchronicity between homeopathy, frequency generation, matter and music?
Dec 24, 2017
Can music influence the longevity of human blood cells?
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Very interested to see if there might be some collaboration with Mike Adams' study of Elemonics - you can see his presentation here: https://www.naturalnews.com/2017-01-04-elemonics-hear-chemistry-molecules-music-harmonics-elements-mike-adams-health-ranger-demonstration.html
Dec 24, 2017
Can music influence the longevity of human blood cells?
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