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Cymatics shows us how Vibration creates and ineracts with all life. The book above, “Water Sound Images” by Alexander Lauterwasser dives deeply into these understands and through his experiments with the cymascope demonstrates how vibrational patterns can be found in the natural world.

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“Towards the end of the 18th century the natural scientist Ernst FF Chladni (1756-1827) set out researching different acoustical phenomena of oscillating surfaces and bodies. In his most well-known experiment , he spread sand over thin glass plates, and by stroking the edge of the plate with a vilon bow, set the sand into vibration.” expert taken from page 38 of Water Sound Images.

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For over 25 years, poet, producer and publisher, Jeff Volk, has popularized the science of Cymatics, producing videos of the pioneering experiments of Swiss scientist Dr. Hans Jenny, and re-publishing Jenny’s long out-of-print Cymatics books. His latest publication, Water Sound Images, showcases exciting new research of German photographer, Alexander Lauterwasser. The phenomenal success of his award-winning video, Of Sound Mind and Body: Music and Vibrational Healing, inspired him to produce the premier conference exploring sacred sound and healing music. Jeff artfully distills this wealth of experience into multimedia programs and feature articles, which have been presented and published worldwide. Be sure to visit his website http://www.cymaticsource.com where you can order these amazing books.  also visit http://www.cymascope.com/ for current research on Cymatics.