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Using music to control behavior. Well, this really makes sense to me...By paying attention, I have seen behavior changes in folks, when different music was played or listened to. I bet, you've all seen this as well. Colors have the same kinda effect...yes, colors are frequencies too, if we think just take a moment and become aware and take off the blind folds, think about it.
When a marching band plays 'marching' music...I feel like marching...don't you?
AND, when we're get in the mood for romance....well, we turn the lights and soft music way down low, you know this stuff...etc.
'Trance-type' music or the sounds of nature [frogs, running water, especially] quiets the mind by slowing brain wave activity for meditation or hypnosis.
Hospitals and dentist offices have been using this kinda knowledge. Waiting in the 'Green' room, before a performance...the color green calms performers down. The color 'red' and 'orange' excites people. 'Earthy-colors' tend to calm. The colors red, orange and yellow stimulate us into action.
Bugles and drums are used in war for a reason, they create power and arrouse aggressive behavior in the soldiers.
So, when you look at it and become aware of your surroundings, you know...Are we all being controlled by the frequencies of music and colors around us?...... A Big Yes!
What I say is ...'I won't be afraid of this....but, very aware of this, It's important' When we become aware of what's going on around us we're in control and can not be controlled by others as easily. That's very cool.
P.S. My personal observation and theory, different words have different frequencies as well and create different behavior in yourself and others, choose wisely words you use in your everyday speech. Jan
Check out author Shad Helmstetter PhD for cool self-talk books. Shad Helmstetter PhD----SELF TALK Jan
To read more about this. Check these sites out.
MUSICAL CULT CONTROL by Leonard G Horowitz. A=440Hz “standard tuning,” and the Rockefeller Foundation’s military commercialization of music.
MUSIC OF TIME by Preston Nichols/Peter Moon. How the music industry in the '60s used music to control.