Friday, November 25, 2016

Ayurveda Explains Why Music Helps Plants Grow Better

Yes, music helps plants grow better. Science has shown a highly statistically significant effect on the number of seeds sprouted when exposed to music as opposed those that were untreated.

Music is sound. What is sound? Sound is waves or vibrations that travel through the air and provide human beings with a way of  communicating. These waves affect the nervous sensory system of every living thing, not just humans.  Sound is a potent, powerful energy that can express many things.  Think of a siren going off, the sound makes someone's muscles tighten and become wary of danger.  Classical music is soothing and relaxes a person.  Human consciousness and well being are clearly impacted by sound.

Ayurveda teaches that when the cells and tissues of a person vibrate in harmony, then there is a free and unhindered flow of energy, allowing a person to live in good health and well being. Any disturbance of this energy is defined as illness. External influences like sound vibrations have the potential to restore energy flow or have the potential to cause imbalance.

The main objective of Ayurveda is to restore balance.  In order to re-establish this original state of health,  Ayurveda uses many techniques to do this.  Music is one of the methods used to restore the body to its original state of harmony.

All living things have consciousness, even if we as human beings cannot communicate with them.  This is why music helps plants grow better.  The consciousness plants possess make them affected by sound.  We can harness the healing power of music for  ourselves and all living things in our life.

Stay healthy & well,

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