Sounds, their effects and radionicsEquipo de Soporte
Sound affects human beings in many ways. When we perceive a sound we can describe it as simple “noise” (generally when there is no harmony or coherence and it is also uncomfortable) or as sound (usually with a certain definition, timbre or pattern that, at the very least, seems neutral to us). Sound can also be configured according to a sensible organisation, with more or less coherent patterns and combinations of sounds and silences. The latter could be qualified as music.
From a purely physical point of view we could say that sound (or music) is a vibration propagating in an elastic medium. Interestingly, musical sounds present sine waves that are often accompanied by harmonics (a succession of other waves whose frequencies are multiples of base or fundamental notes).
We are left with the idea that any sound implies a vibration and that vibrations can affect living beings (and therefore humans) with various effects. Everyone recognises that different types of music can generate different moods on an individual or group level. From euphoria to melancholy, through a large number of other sensations. And that is only considering the audible frequencies. Music can also be used for brain development and physical balance (the Mozart effect) or even for quick and deep memorisation (according to certain schools of super learning).
According to radionic theory, it is also possible to use music, sound or certain wavelengths to generate beneficial states or to facilitate positive processes in people, animals or plants.
With his radionic device ARE X3 Pro and the use of the Radionic Lite software he can use music, sounds, songs and vibrations of mantras considered sacred (e.g. produced by the syllable OM, among many others), to positively influence his own or other people’s energy field, with very good results.
There is always an additional way to use a quality radionic device to increase your possibilities in any area of interest. Experiment and get ready to reap results.