This first thing I thought of when I saw this video was:
What patterns would the sound OM make?
136.1 Hertz or 136.1 Hz is the standard frequency of OM. It is the frequency used to tune the instruments for Indian temple music. It is called Sadja, or Sa, the base tone of the Sitar and Tambura. The Om Tone is said to stimulate the Anahata (heart chakra) and hence is widely believed to be good for meditation.
Unfortunately, this video begins with 345 Hz. 136.1 Hz is not represented at all.
The second thing that occurred to me was:
If this is how inanimate matter is affected by sound, what happens inside a human being? How do low tones affect her? Which high tones impact him? What happens when a certain frequency of tones- high or low- are all a child hears in her formative years? Will they affect her outlook in life? Will they be instrumental in structuring her inner world?
The third thing I thought of was:
Do certain words, frequently spoken, create permanent patterns in the inner world of another person as well as that of the speaker? If you tell someone frequently that you love them, will it create a permanent template in the consciousness of the person to whom you say it? Depending on how long- and frequently- you’ve said it, will that etching become deeper and deeper ingrained? Is it possible that they are never able to erase that etching from their consciousness- even when you no longer say it to them because you are not in contact with them anymore? Does this mean that the words you have oft repeated will become a permanent part of another person’s emotional and mental map, as much as they are yours?
What did you think after you saw this video?