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Energy and Matter   Leave a comment


How the Matter and Energy works?  E=mc2, Einstein we remember, But there’s more.

Nokola Tesla’s influential quote to me is If you want to find the secrets of the universe, think in terms of Energy, Frequency & Vibration. Dr. Masaru Emoto, the Japanese scientist who revolutionized the idea that our thoughts and intentions impact the physical realm, is one of the most important water researchers the world has known.  For over 20 years until he passed away in 2014, he studied the scientific evidence of how the molecular structure in water transforms when it is exposed to human words, thoughts, sounds and intentions.

Sound is the transfer of energy in the form of waves through a substance, or medium, such as air, water, or a flexible solid. You can picture sound waves as a series of nudges that cause particles in a medium to bump into one another in successive collisions. Sound can also travel between different media, which is why you can hear loud music coming from a room with the door closed. Speakers produce sound waves by vibrating back and forth, compressing or “pushing” air particles. When you hear music coming from a speaker, you are actually “feeling” the sensation of air particles vibrating against your eardrum as the speaker’s sound waves are transferred through the air. Those vibrations are transmitted to your inner ear, where they are converted into information that your brain interprets as a sound. You can distinguish different sounds based on sound waves’ duration, wavelength, wave height (amplitude) and rate (frequency).

Cymatics, from Greek: κῦμα, meaning “wave”, is a subset of modal vibrational phenomena. The term was coined by Hans Jenny (1904-1972), a Swiss follower of the philosophical school known as anthroposophy. Typically the surface of a plate, diaphragm or membrane is vibrated, and regions of maximum and minimum displacement are made visible in a thin coating of particles, paste or liquid.[1] Different patterns emerge in the excitatory medium depending on the geometry of the plate and the driving frequency.

The frequency of sound is the number of wave cycles that are transmitted per second and is measured in a unit called “Hertz” (Hz). Most systems—like your eardrum model—have a tendency to vibrate more easily and with greater amplitude at certain frequencies than at others. These are called natural frequencies, and they’re determined by various properties of the system, such as its rigidity, size, and mass. When the frequency of sound waves precisely matches the natural frequency of a system, the maximum possible amplitude of vibration is achieved. This phenomenon is called resonance.

Thing to remember is the effect of frequency on Matter. So, think and communicate only good.

 Evil Word – Looks like Black hole in Universe

MFW94P35<br/>MFW94P35 You disgust me- word

Wisdom-word

MFW91P25<br/>MFW91P25 Thank you-word

 

Dr. Masaru Emoto

 

sound salt patternsको लागि तस्बिर परिणामSound effect on Salt Pattern.

sound salt patternsको लागि तस्बिर परिणाम

sound salt patternsको लागि तस्बिर परिणाम

standing waveको लागि तस्बिर परिणाम

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Quickest Language Learning   Leave a comment


Do you know only 50 words can start to learn new languages easily?

Give me any new languages, i can learn it in a day, enough to communicate, with following techniques in a natural way, with little by self brute-force. Naturally means spontaneously with little self brute-force. Self-brute force is needed because you need to Remember & Recall words. Communication means to make sense “somehow”, where conjugating few words help with hand, face gestures. No grammar rules, no full sentences in the beginning, only “Conjugating words”.

Rule 1. First Speak Imperfectly, Not practicing to write native scripts.
Rule 2. Carry a Pen, Paper most time to add words until u memorize.
Rule 3.Don’t NOTE universally understood words- All people know office, mobile, etc.

Notes in a Paper: Translate words in following sytle
Formula: my language= my language words, but it Sounds, Means same Second language.
Eg. I   =  MA

a) BASIC WORDS: It includes every day use words that often is needed to communicate.

Pronouns:
  MY,OUR, WE,IT/THIS, HE, HIS,YOU,YOUR, THEY
Time :Date,Today, Tomorrow, Yesterday, Day after tomorrow, Day, Week, Month, Year
QUESTIONS:  What,When,Where,How,Who,Why,WHOSE/WHOM,WHICH
RELATIONSHIP: Mother, Father, Brother, Sister, Wife, Husband, Grandmother,
NEGATIVE: ADD “NA/NON/NO” in verbs.
RESPONSE:  YES,NO,OK
VERBS: Note and Learn only everyday verbs, use above Negatives will help you to make sentences. Eg. help, do, go, eat, give, take, walk, speak, bring, work, drink etc.

b) VOCABULARIES: Note only vocabularies that is useful in your job type.

CONJUGATION:  Every time, don’t be shy to take out your language note paper and try to communicate Even if imperfectly because native speakers love while you try to speak their language more than yours.

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