Your New Year's resolution is to take more time for relaxation? Then we have the right tip for you today: Translational music, because it makes your cells vibrate. Emiliano Toso, Ph.D., has dedicated himself to music for the cells with the frequency 432 Hertz.
We feel like one organism, but in reality we have trillions of cells in our body that interact with each other. So we are more like a community of these small organisms. For this community to function, it is essential that our cells work well together. In doing so, they work in the rhythm of our life. If we now change this rhythm, for example by specifically coming to rest, we create a resonance in our body that reaches all our cells.
This principle is followed by Translational Music. It uses the frequency of 432 Hertzto create a relaxing, positive resonance whose vibrations penetrate to a deep, cellular level. In this way, the vibrations are said to create psychophysical and emotional well-being and promote cellular homeostasis and the harmony and health of our bodies.
But how does it work?
The origins of Ph.D. Emiliano Toso's music are based on a natural and extraordinary sensitivity, as well as on biological studies and knowledge of the Quantum Theory. The notes and harmonic vibrations are played on acoustic instruments tuned to "Biological Tuning" or 432 Hertz scientific pitch.
This frequency is said to be the frequency of the universe for coherence in the microcosm and macrocosm. In any case, music at this frequency produces harmonic vibrationswhich stimulate the synchronization of both hemispheres of the brain, increase concentration and stimulate creativity. They resonate with our heartbeat, the double helix of DNA (replication frequency), the maximum function of the brain (bi-hemispheric synchronization) and the fundamental heartbeat of the planet (Schumann resonance).
How did Emiliano Toso come up with this?
First he studied biology and after graduating he dedicated himself to cell biology and "The Science of Life". He studied our organism and analyzed our smallest elements to understand how they work. His goal was to, harmony, balance and health in the body. body. During this time, he devoted himself to his second passion on the side: music. He composed free pieces of music on the piano every night and used music to express his emotions.
His music reached U.S. developmental biologist and stem cell researcher Bruce Harold Lipton, who was heavily involved in how our gene expressions can be influenced by the environment as well as our attitudes and thoughts. He postulates that our consciousness not only plays a role in our health, but also in healing. Inspired by the music of Emiliano Toso, he encouraged him to pursue 432-hertz music.
Bruce Lipton defines listening to Emiliano Toso's music as "helping to relax and improve our health, to reverse the damage caused by chronic stress. His music is quiet and comprehensive: it is a powerful prescription that increases the activity of alpha waves in our brain, lowers blood pressure and breathing rhythm and heartbeat, while improving our immune system.