Researchers from the University of Buffalo have made an important discovery which puts the ever-growing convergence between science and information passed on to us over millennia back into the limelight. According to the studies conducted, sound vibrations are of primary importance to proteins, allowing them to more rapidly bind to other proteins.
The more science moves forward, the more it seems to bump into the great truths passed on by mystics and healers, since the dawn of time. Among those who study quantum physics there are those who believe that the physical universe is made up of “strings” that emit vibrations, which in turn make up matter and the laws which regulates it. Even though a “unified field theory” has not yet been settled upon, it is widely agreed upon the fact that vibration is the basic building block of our existence. It would seem true that “In the beginning was the Word” (John 1:1).
Sound appears to influence matter on a larger scale than merely subatomic, as indicated in studies conducted by researchers such as Masaru Emoto.
A study published on Nature Communications demonstrates that proteins vibrate like bells, that our organism has a “music” of its own and that this music plays a fundamental role in the interaction between molecules.
Many spiritual schools and alternative medicine schools have always supported the notion that sound was an important instrument to man’s healing process. Sound used in mantras, in shamanic rituals, by healers, in gong or bell therapy has now gained greater importance, in light of such (re)discoveries.
That which was once believed to be “nonsensical” by rationalists has now found a stronger basis.