We feel our enviroment.
Our whole world is filled with sound, various frequencies sensed by a variety of organisms. However, is it necessary for the presence of a sense organ in order for there sound to exist? It’s like if a tree falls in the woods and no one is around to hear it, does it make a sound? All sounds are sounding at every moment, and those soundings interact with you. Like sunlight, they bounce off you, wrap around you, hit you, go through you. Well, what does that mean? When one atom hits another atom, what happens? This atom hits that atom, and those atoms start talking to each other. They communicate. They start gossiping and telling each other stuff and sharing information. Well, what happens to those atoms? What are they doing now? Now, they are borrowing from each other. They are trading stuff…all entangled with one another. And they, together, are something else all together. Something new. This new body is not this atom or that atom or this atom and that atom, it is something…else. A new vibration, a new frequency. . .multiplied within all the rest that makes you a you.
Sit back, put on your headphones*. . . listen and experience the spatial sensation.
*headphones recommended for optimal binaural experience.
Credits (used with permission through Creative Commons license and Public Domain)–
All sounds from Freesound.org
Artwork is a photomanipulation created by NIKOtheOrb using stock produced by:
Cosmos, Planets, Starfield; Funerium (distributed by Resurgere Stock)
Premade Background (water and moon); AshenSorrow Stock Art Resources
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