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A Sound Meditation for Spiritual Evolution 

Last message we reviewed people attuning to higher and higher frequencies and relating this to a musical scale corresponding to dimensions. We discussed Tom Kenyon's newsletter clip underscoring the importance of the pineal gland in humanity’s upcoming evolution. That clip is repeated below and also find a bit of a meditation from Tom's e-newsletter to further develop this gland and your spiritual progress.

Using Sound to Convert Negative Energy to Positive Energy! 

Even negative energy is energy. In antiquity a nifty technique was used to take advantage of the energy - negative energy, by converting it to positive energy ... with sound & music, of course! Here is how it works!

Next time that you feel or are around a strong negative energy... even when watching negative energy on TV... give a tone to that negative energy. Utter a low tone... and a vowel sound... like "uh" or "oh"... Use your imagination, as there is no absolute correct tone...

Emotional Strength by listening to the Healing Flower Symphonies! 

Healing Flower Symphonies

Each flower radiates unique positive energy, such as trust, patience or sincerity. For example, a rose emulates beauty and the daisy feels cheerful. Feelings are contagious, and we can harness flower energy to personally develop positive feelings. To cure the doldrums, pick daisies. To enhance feelings of beauty, listen to the roses.

The frequency of each flower is an octave of the frequency of an emotion; energy transfers between these two levels. This resonance enables flower energy to entrain our emotional energies.

DNA, Frequency and Pitch 

Only 10 percent of our DNA makes proteins. Russians (biophysicist and molecular biologist Pjotr Garjajev & colleagues) have studied the behavior of the other 90 percent of DNA. This portion of our DNA serves as data management and storage. Genetic code follows the same rules as human languages. The researchers compared the rules of syntax (the way words are put together to form phrases and sentences) semantics (the study of meaning in language forms) and the basic rules of grammar. The alkaline of our DNA follow grammar and language rules.


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