Secret garden — an invisible bouquet of vibrations

Secret garden — an invisible bouquet of vibrations

People have hooked electrodes to plant leaves and roots, and then connected them to musical instruments, producing fairy-like music.

People have hooked electrodes to plant leaves and roots, and then connected them to musical instruments, producing fairy-like music.

by Jill Mattson — 

Plants respond to music, growing better while listening to classical music, but how does sound change the physicality of the plant? In the book, The Secret Life of Plants, researchers hooked plants to machines resembling lie detectors, which revealed their responses to threatening behavior. Plants possess an awareness of their well-being and surroundings. Even more startling, the plants showed a response to their owners’ well-being, even if the owners were across the country. This seems like quantum entanglement (when two energies link on the quantum level and affect one another, even at long distances). Maybe plants do have emotions and care about their owners.

If this idea is not delightful enough, researchers can demonstrate plants “singing.” The plant’s tiny vibrations are too soft for us to hear, but may account for why we calm down in nature or feel uplifted in a botanical garden. Subconsciously, these “plant songs” lull us into harmony and a sense of well-being.

People have hooked electrodes to plant leaves and roots, and then connected them to musical instruments, producing fairy-like music: A new genre? Aerial Guzik hooked cacti to lutes and used their tiny energetic impulses to create strangely beautiful music. Another experiment at Damanhur in Italy showed plants connected to electronic instruments producing exquisite music. Click here to listen to this concert on YouTube.

Ancient stories of Atlantis suggest that highly psychic people telepathically tuned into the vibrations of the plants and asked them what they needed for optimal growth. According to legends in Central America, this inside information improved crop growth. The stories suggest that plants possess intelligence and consciousness.

The Kairos Institute of Sound Healing in New Mexico ran tests to see if sound vibrations enhanced crop growth. They played tuning forks and hand chimes over seedlings. The forks were tuned to the frequency made by Mars and Venus moving in their orbits and other frequencies found in space (raised octaves into hearing range). Their findings showed that sound vibrations improved seed germination, quantity and quality of produce, longevity of production, pollination and plant size.  Similarly, I have created heavenly music full of star tones, offering this technique to humans.

Dan Carlson of Sonic Bloom noticed that a plant’s use of nutrients spikes at dawn. Plants do not benefit nearly as much when fed at other times. He wondered how plants knew when dawn occurred. He experimented with bird chirps, local to the natural habitat of the plant, because the bird choruses sing loudly at dawn. Carlson discovered that when he played local bird chirps at any time of the day, the plant acted as if it were dawn and utilized more nutrients. At least one way that the plants tell time is with sound.

Carlson sells plant food packaged with a recording of bird chirps and boasts a 100 percent increase in plant growth.  Once again, a link appears between sound and a plant’s well-being. (dancarlsonsonicbloom.com)

Joel Sternheimer, a French physicist, calculated the vibrations of the amino acids in plants. After he calculated the tones of each, he organized the amino acids in the same way that they appeared in the plant’s protein. When he played the “plant’s song” back to the plant, its growth nearly doubled, and it became resistant to drought and disease.

What do we learn from all this? Plants are far greater beings than we expected, and they are also exquisite musicians. Perhaps the biggest lesson is these sounds, although below our hearing range, have a significant impact on the energies of living things — body, mind and emotions. At the very least, in a romantic picture, we are bathed unconsciously in plant songs and lullabies of the stars.

Sound and music enhance the health of plants; yet, we stubbornly believe that we are not influenced by sound in the same way. What would make us exempt? The science of bioacoustics, developed by Sharry Edwards, has shown that we can use targeted sounds to enable the body to heal itself.

We can use the energy of sound in music in targeted, positive ways. I have devoted my life to bringing forth healing vibratory patterns in musical CDs, including star sounds and vibrational patterns found in nature. In the future, mankind will use sound to be more in control of the body, mind and emotions, harnessing sound for benefits.

 

Jill Mattson has spent 20 years researching vibratory sound energy for healing and specializes in sound secrets of ancient civilizations. She composes and produces CDs, employing sound-healing techniques and energies. jillswingsoflight.com, jillshealingmusic.com or 814-657-0134.

Reprinted from AzNetNews, Volume 34, Number 3, June/July 2015.

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