Perhaps when we’re done being confused in this lifetime by the strange harmonic relationships between the orbits of our planets, we go to this place where all the planets’ orbits are in whole number ratios to one another and ring out like one funky piece of music! http://www.system-sounds.com/trappist-sounds/
Here’s a podcast about Glenway Fripp’s discovery of standing waves that seem to miraculously form in certain places when a B-flat note is played, sung or, in this case – whistled: http://atlantic.org/sonic-ids/b-flat
And a snippet more about him from NPR: http://www.npr.org/templates/text/s.php?sId=7442915&m=1
Closer to home, a friend of mine was telling me a few years ago about an experience he had while jamming where a note that the band was playing seemed to just hang above his head – floating there. They all took it in turn to move into that part of the room while playing the note, and they all experienced it, seemingly dwelling above their heads – taking on a life of its own – like some sort of zero-point energy source.
My friend says he has a recording of that, too. It will be interesting if he can dig it out.
Saw this on pg 203 of the World Is Sound (Nada Brahma) by Joachim-Ernst Berendt:
First note: SA – the soul
Second note: RI – the head (consciousness)
Third note: GA – arms
Fourth note: MA – chest (heart)
Fifth note: PA – neck
Sixth note: DHA – hip
Seventh note: NI – feet
Interesting that under hypno, I had intuited that the first (B flat) is soul and the second (C) is consciousness. Can’t say I was thinking about arms and legs for the rest of them – but interesting coincidence, which reinforces the notion of B-flat and C being the first two notes of nature’s scale.
I recommend the book too:
May I suggest that the very act of “clockwise” thinking and movement is the very thing that unravels our own personal, anti-clockwise vortex to the infinite and renders us twisted and abandoned on the roadside of cosmic consciousness. Run backwards round the track. Don’t look at the clock.