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Resonance Patterns

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    Found this oldie in the playlist, some cool visual patterns you can get from resonance frequencies.

     
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    Mesmerizing, one of my favorite thought topics.
    The mysterious divine nature of sound / vibration revealed through the most incredible geometric patterns...
    To me, Cymatics is with no doubt one of the most incredible discoveries of Humanity. One step closer to start to comprehend the Universal Code.

    "Cymatics (an emerging science) started out to be a visual experiment but is continually evolving to include metaphysical, philosophical and environmental impact discussions as well.

    Everything is connected when we start to look at the basic essence of vibration.
    Sound guides us and shapes us, yet is an intangible force.


    The world of Cymatics gives us a different view and provides a major evolution in our understanding of how sound affects all of us. Cymatics gives validity to the fact that everything that we perceive as hard objects, including our bodies, are actually continuously vibrating at their own rates. This study clearly merges the fields of sound, geometry, light and mathematics into one through the presentation of stunning images created by frequencies of all kinds found in our bodies, in nature and beyond."

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    https://ask.audio/articles/how-sound-affects-you-cymatics-an-emerging-science
     
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