Mr. Roger Gould-King
Total silence is perfection. Silence is necessary for sound to exist, it is the aural canvas for melody’s brush in our three dimensional world. The sounds we know are produced by at least two elements – the waves on a shore, wind in the trees, the blades of a bagpipe reed vibrating together, two lips, drum and drumstick, fingering a guitar string and so on.
0,1,1,2,3,5,8,13,21,34,55,89,144,233,377 and so on. In other words, 5+8=13, 8+13=21, 21+13=34 etc. If one divides one number by another, one gets a ratio, 89/144= 0.618, or, 144/89 = 1.618, and, 144/233=0.618. This ratio, known variously as the golden section, golden mean or divine proportion, can be found everywhere in nature. It is represented by a rectangle in which the width compared to the length, is in the same proportion as the length compared to the sum of the width and length; i.e. "the smaller is to the larger, as the larger is to the whole". This sequence will be found in genetics and geometry, snail shells and in the growth formations of plants and other life forms, including the proportions of the human body.
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The Thirteen Chakras are
|Talu/Lalana||roof of mouth||12 or 64|
|Muladhara||base of spine||4||earth||red|
The same method for determining the location of the head chakras, is used to locate those for the rest of the torso.
This is illustrated in the diagram.
Read part (ii) of Anahata Nada - Unheard Sound : @here