Sunday, 30 August 2015
Theremin Musicians And Reconnective Healers
Joan Neill a friend and T'ai Chi enthusiast who is also fascinated by science and all branches of learning brought me an article about Léon Theremin and his instrument.
What an surprise it was to me to read about his invention. When I saw some photos of him and others playing the instrument and watched some on Youtube ( Léon Theremin ) I was immediately struck by how their attention style and 'listening ' looked so similar to our attention style when we work with Reconnective Healing Frequencies!
The theremin is an early electronic musical instrument controlled without physical contact by the thereminist. The sound of the theremin has been described as "a purified and magnified saxophone" [source: Beckerman] and "a cross between an amplified child's slide whistle, a human voice and the squawks that emanated from early radio speakers" [source: Taub]. Inside the first theremins, a circuit of vacuum tubes, oscillators, coils and wires created electromagnetic fields around the instrument's two antennae. Players fluttered their fingers and waved their hands near the antennae to raise or lower the Theremin's pitch and volume. Inexperienced players often created nothing more than atonal blats and bleats. Theremin masters, however, made the instrument sound as gorgeous and haunting as any operatic aria one might have heard broadcast from Carnegie Hall. ( thanks to howstuffworks.coms)Thermemin
Playing with subtle 'energy' listening with ones hands is a skill muscians develop and those of us who discover and love Reconnective Healing also become absorbed and fascinated by subtle sensations. Reconnective Healers learn to 'play' the Reconnective Frequencies, tuning in to the connection between the Frequencies and the persons body causing a resonance between the client and the frequencies. This allows the body's cells to dance to a new more harmonic tune.
For a little more about Reconnective Healing see my blog post : Feel for It Find It Play with It