Music has a very extraordinary impact on the bio-energy fields of the human as well as the emotions and I say this because of an extraordinary experience that I have when I listen to music myself. If it is happening to me, then I know it can happen and does happen to others. For the past few months, I've been going to the movies and watching hero movies such as Wonder Woman and have recently come out of watching the latest Transformers movie. What I find of great interest is that the music scores of these films are remarkable.
The musical scores for these types of movies are what I would refer to as "Hero Music" and the way that it connects to at an emotional level is brilliant. The musical score of these movies set the scene, it builds the climax, it creates the atmosphere. There I am, sitting in the cinema and I find myself energetically responding to the music. Energy is flowing throughout my entire body that leaves me in a form of goosebumps. It goes through my entire body as if every single cell is responding to the energetic frequencies of all the instruments and whilst watching this movie, I was seeing that source of this energy was from within.
The colossal hero music is powerful. It is like being in a world of energy that lights up my entire body and sometimes it feels like it is being in another world. This experience was even more remarkable because I could actually see the electricity going through my body. I would probably describe this as something along the lines of an expansion of the light body, the energetic merging of something beautiful and powerful and this colossal hero music is the key.
“Without music, life would be a mistake” –Friedrich Nietzsche
There have been many research papers and articles written about the neurochemistry of music, the physical effects music has on the body and even how different types of music can affect the different areas of the brain. In an article titled "Sound Medicine has Arrived", String Theory suggests that the universe is made up of sound vibrations. All these research papers and experiences provide the empirical evidence that sound and music is very important to all living things. In a video I watched today, sea creatures utilise sound to communicate and travel through the oceans and it continued to talk about how over the years, whales have had to adjust their signals to compensate for the noise pollution that originates from ships.
Neurophysiological studies have demonstrated that listening to and/or playing music has multiple measurable effects on human brain structure and function. https://peerj.com/articles/830/
Even after reading all these papers on music and the impact that it has on the physical body it doesn't provide the answers as to what I am looking for. So why does the body (my physical body) have such an extraordinary experience when listening to the Colossal Hero Music? Do other people get the same result?
When composing the music for the Heart Activation Music Therapy, it is important to ensure that the sounds being used encompass the full spectrum of sound. In almost every song, there is the frequencies of bass, treble, mid-tones and so forth which all have a specific requirement within the song. Each frequency within the spectrum of sound has a form of impact on the physical body and these are relative to the sound frequency and the harmonics that they operate at.
The Sound Spectrum Chart, which I've acquired from Audio-Issues.com uses this chart to help with EQ'ing songs and where certain instruments operate in the frequency spectrum. It also shows the Hz frequency of a certain range of instruments.
So what are my thoughts on what is happening in the cinema?
The Orchestra & Colossal Hero Music
The typical Orchestra mixes instruments from different families of instruments, such as strings, brass, woodwinds, percussion and are grouped into sections and can range from 7o to 100+ musicians playing is referred to as a symphony orchestra or philharmonic orchestra. Each instrument that is within this orchestra has different frequencies, as an example, a Cello has a lower frequency compared to that of the Piccolo flute.
When the full orchestra is playing this music, the music played would generally be at the full spectrum of sound and the physical body is feeling the entire spectrum of sound energetically. In electronic music, this is not so much the case because there are not 100+ musicians playing the music, whilst it can be replicated, it may not necessarily have the same impact. This is why live music performances are always leaving us in goosebumps.
When we immerse ourselves in the spectrum of sound, there is a form of alchemy between the bio-energetic field with that of the music and the physical body responds. Thus, when we listen to an orchestra and the entire spectrum of sound is represented by the plethora of instruments. There is no doubt going to be an experience felt.
When we listen to the colossal hero music that is played by an orchestra, the energy that is within the music is mind-blowing and I've just played a song as I'm writing to try to explore a way to describe what it is that I feel and straight away my body responds to it energetically. The energy that is within the music is remarkable and I for one would love to be able to write such music and embed the crystal harmonics within such music. The impact that it can have on many people would be profound as for years, I have always had a vision of being on a stage with a full orchestra performing such beautiful and powerful music.
The image above demonstrates the layout for an Orchestra which is organised by the different groups of instruments. During the Classical era, there were no amplifiers or sound systems to assist the sound of music being (excluding architecture) amplified throughout the venue and I would have thought that the placements of instruments would have been to focus on complimenting the overall sound. Although, when reading the article "Evolution of the Orchestra in the Classical Period by M.Tevfik Dorak" the formation does not necessarily reflect on what it is that I thought but I cannot help but think that the classical music geniuses did take the overall sounds & resonance into consideration when organising their concerts.
Colossal Music Examples
Here are some of the powerful and remarkable examples of the music that I have heard in which this article was inspired by. It is these examples of music that had me sitting in the cinema experiencing some form of electrical physical responses or perhaps it is best described as Goosebumps. Do you get the same experience from these?