This is one of the coolest essays I've ever come across. When I first read it, it inspired me. I guess I could say it made me sense a fresh kind of connectedness between myself and everything I perceive. It started by pointing me in a general direction of thought I never really considered relevant, but as the paper developed, I began to feel appreciative towards the writer for compiling such a beautiful journey out of so much raw science and lore. In the end I felt I had a new vantage point, another perspective to add to my collection, one more valid and valuable methodology with which I could more completely understand existence.
It seems sometimes that music and all things auditory fascinate me as much or more than all else, and this essay made it very clear to me why I am this way. I am attuned to my world through sound, through vibration, kinetics, energy being transferred throughout all things physical. It's so simple, really... we all seek harmony, when we are attuned to everything around us, we function so much better. It's an undeniable parameter that defined reality even so far back as when the first forms of life began to experience existence, and it is just as pertinent and fundamentally vital now as I type these words and thus attune your thoughts to my consciousness. This paper sparked in my mind what I can only describe as a scientifically spiritual revelation that I took to heart, and as I contemplate, I find myself wanting to read it again to strengthen my mental meditations. What does that make me? Some kind of musical hippy nerd?
I don't know, but this essay is a trip. Maybe you'll like it too!
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