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Your brain on music: How your favorite songs may regenerate your brain and act as the ultimate adaptogen

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Music, which may be the most ancient human language, has the potential to improve neurodegenerative and neuropsychiatric disorders by creating new brain cells and neural connectivity. Not only that, but music restores hormonal and immunological balance in a way mirroring adaptogenic herbs. 

The Evolution of Music 

Music, the universal language, has been woven into the fabric of human culture since time immemorial. Rather than being a modern human invention, the creation of musical harmonies, using the voice as an instrument, and moving to rhythms may have long been crystallized as part of the human condition. A historical facet of the human condition, research implicates music in the cementing of social bonds, the establishment of monogamy, and as a primitive mode of communication (1). In fact, by forging social communion and engendering a sense of group identity, music may have been foundational to the emergence of large-scale pre-human civilizations (1). 
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https://www.sott.net/article/369995-Your-brain-on-music-How-your-favorite-songs-may-regenerate-your-brain-and-act-as-the-ultimate-adaptogen

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This is why I am angry about music being controlled and fed to you via a service.

    First they made music available, got folks hooked.

    Then they made it a service they controlled. Many agreed.

    Soon they will bend it and only make available music which creates the feeling they      want you to have.

Next stop, mind control?

 

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26 minutes ago, Picklesnout said:

This is why I am angry about music being controlled and fed to you via a service.

    First they made music available, got folks hooked.

    Then they made it a service they controlled. Many agreed.

    Soon they will bend it and only make available music which creates the feeling they      want you to have.

Next stop, mind control?

 

Agreed!

they are already working hard on that one!! 

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13 hours ago, John Galt said:

They have messed with music by de-harmonizing the scale that it is played upon. 

Specifically, 432 Hertz was changed to 440 Hertz.

We know how water retains memory.. 

http://cdn1.collective-evolution.com/assets/uploads/2013/12/432-440-759x500.png

This is the difference between the two.

 

Sound is one of several things they don't like to talk about as it does MANY things.  

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I learned to play violin in 7th grade. Training training training! You can hear the thrum when things are offkey, it actually beats the air around you. To be in tune, you have to recognise any discord. For those sensitive to it, it is torture. I think it would effect the uninitiated with feelings of unrest to say the least.

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On 12/3/2017 at 9:43 PM, John Galt said:

They have messed with music by de-harmonizing the scale that it is played upon. 

Specifically, 432 Hertz was changed to 440 Hertz.

We know how water retains memory.. 

http://cdn1.collective-evolution.com/assets/uploads/2013/12/432-440-759x500.png

This is the difference between the two.

 

It can still make one happy. There are other ways to get the hertz.

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