INTRODUCTION – BIOLOGICAL RHYTHMS: MUSIC MEETING SCIENCE
All life exists within a sea of vibration, and rhythm is fundamental to all of life. Diurnal, seasonal, lunar, and solar cycles and the resonant electromagnetic field (EMF) oscillations of our planet make up the symphony of rhythms in which life on Earth exists. As life evolved amidst these natural rhythms, they were integrated into many basic human biological responses, which coincide with diurnal and seasonal cycles1 and the many aspects of human and animal behaviour and physiology that are correlated with the phases of the moon.2 From the basic activities of daily life to our relationship with the animals on Earth, human society is structured around the moon’s rhythm, and deeply rooted monthly circadian rhythms govern human sleep patterns, persisting
even in isolation from our conscious awareness of the lunar phase.
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