The sound of life: the human cell vibrates like a musical instrument.
The scientiﬁc theory developed in 1993 by physicists Gordon Shaw and Frances Rauscher that "Listening to Mozart's music makes you smarter" is still controversial. It is certain, however, that the relationship between sound and melody of the Austrian master increases psychophysical well-being.
The language of music is very similar to that of life: the rhythm, the harmony, the intention with which we can read a musical score determines the authenticity and emotion that the listener feels at that moment.
Science is showing us what man already understood thousands of years ago: that music could also be used to work on one's health.
It is necessary to understand on a molecular and cellular level what are the mechanisms by which certain types of music have beneﬁcial effects, not only on an emotional level, but also on a biochemical and biophysical level.
Today all instruments are tuned to the central A at 440 Hz (standard agreement approved in 1881), although many such as Mozart, Verdi and even Pink Floyd, were supporters of 432 Hz: thus regulated, the music spreads in the body and in the nature giving energy and sense of peace.
The acoustic instruments tuned with the central A at 432 Hz speak the same language as our body, each cell vibrates like a musical instrument.
The 432 Hz are more in line with the frequencies of our cells and our biology: the 8 Hz frequencies are found in the sound of the earth, in the replication of human DNA and also in the rhythm of the alpha waves of the brain that allow our cerebral hemispheres to synchronize to work together.