Water Charged with Music Energy Has Healing Properties

water healingPhysicist from Kazakhstan Vladimir Ivanov charges water with the help of music. Such water, he says, has unique healing properties and can be used as an adjunct to traditional medicine. The scientist uses the works of Bach, Mozart and other great musicians to charge water.

Healing essence The fact that water has a memory and its quality improves or degrades depending on the nature of the information it carries was known to the ancient healers-Shamans long time ago, who practiced impact on the energy structure of water. One can be skeptical of this, but today the ‘magical’ properties of water do not seem so magical. Water is a living substance, while human is a watery live being: according to science, more than 70 percent of our body is water.

Laser technology expert Vladimir Ivanov of Almaty, Kazakhstan, under the guidance of Doctor of medical sciences, Professor Guram Pichkhadze have been conducting experiments with water and other liquid media for many years. He argues that water has

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7 Reasons to Get More Music in Your Life

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The beneficial functions of music are not limited only to the level of fun. Read how else it can do good for you.

Music does not need translation and it is addressed to all the people worldwide. It brings us pleasure, relaxes us, makes us dance, laugh and cry. However, the beneficial features of music are not limited only to the level of having fun.

Here are seven reasons – some of which we could not even imagine – showing us how important the music is and how it improves the quality of our lives. Continue reading

5 Simple Components of a Perfect Morning

good morning tipsCannot bring yourself to wake up and go to work? Each morning turns into a nightmare? Tired of looking for a suitable motivation technique for waking up and still every morning you hate the whole world? To make your morning good, these 5 simple but effective components are needed:

1. Morning warm up exercises

It is not necessary to immediately turn into a professional athlete and put a bunch of unrealistic goals such as the number of sit-ups and push-ups or a certain distance to run. Start simple: each morning in all weather and at any mood, 10 minutes after waking up out of bed Continue reading

Music Is Good for Your Heart, Say Scientists

music heart effectFavorite melodies enhance endothelial function, as stated by a new study presented at the conference of the European Society of Cardiology in Amsterdam (Netherlands).

The endothelium forms the “lining” which coats the walls of blood vessels. The substances produced by endothelium regulate the bloodstream.

Patients with coronary artery disease who participated in the research were divided into three groups: the first group were the patients who exercised only, the second – those who exercised and listened to music, while the third group consisted of those who listened to music only. The main goal was to detect the effect of music on the endothelial function by monitoring the changes in indicators of blood circulation. Continue reading

Water Is Proved to Have Consciousness! [Photo]

water consciousnessWater is alive! For the first time, the amazing response of water to music and human emotions is demonstrated through valid scientific experiments.

The Japanese scientist Dr. Masaru Emoto, attempts to prove something that hitherto seemed unthinkable: water is a living entity that responds consciously not only to environmental stimuli but also to human psychic energies! With the help of modern science and using a technologically advanced tool Magnetic Resonance Analyzer, the researcher studied the crystalline form of water and made photos of the changes brought to it from the various environmental and human influences.

What are the musical tastes of water?

How does it react when it is talked to with love?

How does it respond to thoughts and intentions?

How much does water suffer from environmental pollution? Continue reading

What Is the Best Music to Help You Study?

listening to music when studyingBeethoven once said, “Music is a higher revelation than all wisdom and philosophy.” As it turns out, music enhances learning, too. According to a College Entrance Exam Board Service study, students involved in musical extracurricular activities scored 51 points higher on the verbal portion of the SAT exams and 39 points higher on math on the SAT exams. [1] Through this and other research findings, educators believe that music relaxes, soothes, and helps people concentrate better, making it the perfect study companion to diminish distractions and keep students learning.

In Don Campbell’s book The Mozart Effect, Campbell has condensed research on the topic to enlighten readers about how music affects their brain. Continue reading

Music Gives the Same Pleasure to the Brain as Sex and Food

music brain pleasureThe reward center of the brain is activated when we hear music we like, just in the same way as during sex or eating delicious food, claim Canadian scientists.

Volunteers were offered to listen to music, while their brain activity was monitored. After their brain scans were analyzed, it was found that when listening to songs they liked their brain activity in the so-called nucleus accumbens increased. The same occurs while having sex or eating delicious food.

 “We knew that the nucleus accumbens is associated with the reward. But music is an abstract concept. Listening to music does not feel like when you are hungry and getting ready to eat, being happy about it, or when you are having sex, or when you are taking money. In such cases we do expect activity in this brain region. Now, the striking fact is that Continue reading

How Music Can Relieve Stress and Boost Immunity

music therapyScientists have discovered that if you listen to only 50 minutes of “uplifting” dance music, your antibody levels will increase significantly. They also found that stress hormones that can weaken the immune system decrease after being exposed to music.

Volunteers that played a percussion instrument accompanying music, also increased their level of immunity.

Researchers at Sussex University and the Max Planck Institute (Leipzig, Germany), claim that their research demonstrates how music can be used to help patients recover more quickly while they are still in hospital.

In other separate and unpublished studies, it was found that while a patient is under anesthesia during surgery, the music had an important impact and lowered stress hormones. According to Dr. Ronny Enk, an expert from the Max Planck Institute, the leader of the study, “the pleasurable state  which music induces to us can lead to changes in the body in terms of reducing stress and enhancing immunity.Continue reading

Hypnosis: A Great Healing Instrument

hypnosis healingHypnosis is a great healing instrument used by psychologists. Also hypnosis can be used in general medicine too, for instance, for calming the physical pain.

What is hypnosis? It is a form of therapy in which the therapist sends affirmations or suggestions to the client who is in a deep relaxation state.

If we want to truly believe some affirmations we must focus on them when we are totally relaxed, and no one or nothing else can disturb us. Also, if we really want to achieve something we must be able to visualize ourselves succeeding, when we are totally relaxed and nothing is disturbing us. These two are the premises of hypnosis.

So WHAT does hypnosis do? Its goal is to cure. What? Anger, anxiety, depression, low self-esteem, pain, addiction and so on. Continue reading

Music Preferences Can Say Much About Personality

music personalityNew study claims that music preferences can be associated with traits of character and even with intelligence level. The key goal of the study was to determine which music styles have a negative impact on mental ability.

The lowest results in intelligence tests were shown by those who for many years have been into hip hop and R&B. So, rappers were found to be the most “narrow-minded” compared to other subjects of the study. Continue reading