Cymatics: The Aesthetics of Sound

Cymatics: The Aesthetics of Sound

Cymatics were discovered by Dr. Hans Jenny after he became curious of the effects that sound could have on fluids, pastes, and powders. He quickly noticed that the sounds created patterns within the effected substance and that these patterns weren’t merely an "unregulated chaos” but instead formed a uniform pattern based on the dynamics of the sound and the amount of the substance that is used. These are gorgeous fractal geometries, but is that where it ends?

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Synchronicity: When Does Coincidence End?

Synchronicity: When Does Coincidence End?

The term Synchronicity was coined by famed psychiatrist Carl Jung and means “the simultaneous occurrence of events that appear significantly related but have no discernible causal connection”. The most famous examples of the phenomena is when you mysteriously think of someone, and then suddenly you receive a phone call or a visit from that person.

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A Brief History of Empathy: What is an Empath?

A Brief History of Empathy: What is an Empath?

We are supposedly experiencing another age of spiritual and emotional enlightenment, if this truly is the case, it is imperative that we understand these individuals on a deeper level for they may hold the secret to understanding the universal law of human connectedness.

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