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“The inner intelligence of the body is the ultimate and supreme genius in nature.  It mirrors the wisdom of the cosmos.”  Vedic verse

In the world of physics, all objects have a natural, or resonant, frequency or set of frequencies to which they vibrate when set in motion.  Resonance occurs when the frequency of the object causing the motion matches the natural frequency of the moved object.  A body prefers to vibrate at its highest level – its resonant frequency – while using the least amount of energy.

Resonance can explain a wide variety of diverse phenomena.  When you hold a seashell to your ear and hear what seems to be a piece of the ocean entrapped in the shell, you are, in fact, hearing the whoosh of normally inaudible low intensity sound waves, one of which is resonating along with the natural frequency of the seashell.

Similarly, when the undamped, perfectly tuned A string of a violin is played, the A string of another perfectly tuned violin that happens to be sitting unattended in its open case in another part of the room will begin to vibrate sympathetically; it will, in effect, begin to play itself!

The effect of resonance can sometimes be quite significant.  The Federal Works Agency that investigated the 1940 collapse of the Tacoma Narrow suspension bridge concluded that relatively low winds induced oscillations that approached the natural frequencies of the structure – a state of resonance – and caused such spectacularly violent oscillations that the bridge ultimately flew a part.  A properly constructed bridge, with resonance properly accounted for, would not have collapsed.  It is interesting to note that the military trains soldiers not to synchronize their steps when marching across bridges.

Resonance also accounts for the well-documented ability of a singer to break a glass with no tool other than his or her voice by creating sounds waves that resonate at a frequency that matches the crystal structure of a glass.

One of the greatest thinkers on the subject of resonance was visionary inventor/engineer Nikola Tesla.  He was especially adept at creating astonishing shows (or utter pandemonium, depending on your point of view) with his resonance experiments.

Tesla, as unconventional as he was brilliant, was the archetypal mad scientist (although without Einstein’s untamed hair or Skinner’s classically frightening notions about humanity) and so deeply absorbed with exploring his ideas that he often neglected the mundane workings of everyday life.  His Manhattan lab was not unlike the labs in such films as Frankenstein and Metropolis, full of enormous Tesla coils, high voltage traveling arcs and curious gauges and dials.

In one of his turn-of-the-century resonance experiments, he attached a small vibrator to an iron column in his lab and noted that when set to different frequencies, different pieces of equipment would begin to shake.  What he apparently had not noted was that the column was rooted in the foundation of his building.  It was not long before he had started a neighborhood earthquake, complete with swaying buildings, broken windows, and a terrified populace.

In spite of such learning experiences, his understanding of resonance led him, well before Marconi, to a realization that resonant principles could be used to transmit and receive radio messages.

He was also the first to observe the phenomenon known as Schuman Resonance, the natural frequency of the earth’s electromagnetic waves, which he used to form the basis of his ideas for global wireless communications.

Another visionary of the time was French engineer Georges Lakhovsky, a friend of Tesla’s who speculated that all living cells not only produce and radiate high-frequency oscillations, but also receive and respond to oscillations imposed upon them by outside sources.  He determined that providing resonant frequencies could reinforce the vitality of cells.  He likened a living cell to a pendulum that will continue to oscillate until it depletes its stored energy, at which time it will be necessary to add additional energy so that the pendulum (or cell) will continue to oscillate.

He believed, as has been proven to be true, that microbes vibrate at a different frequency than cells and weakened cells that are not vibrating at their usual high frequency are unable to repulse the vibrations of microbes.

“If the cell cannot repel the stronger vibrations and if the amplitude of its own vibration is forced to decrease, the microbe gains in amplitude and its vibrations begin to decrease and stop those of the cells, bringing on dangerous sickness or death,” Lakhovsky wrote in a 1925 article.  “The cell with very weak vibrations, when placed in the field of multiple radiations, finds its own frequency and starts again to oscillate normally through the phenomenon of resonance.”

When you take all of this into account, it is easy to see how important proper cellular resonance is for a healthy system.

All the best,
Landi Dial

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