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Sound vibration

Discussion in 'Mind, Body & Spirit' started by Panthau, May 9, 2017.

  1. Panthau

    Panthau Member

    Jan 22, 2009
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    Hello there :)

    Unfortunately this forum is quite lifeless, but maybe someone reads this and has an idea.

    Im trying to get good vibrations into my body. I guess all the electrical stuff, wlan, etc. around us is rather "bad" vibration, so it makes sense to counter this to some extent with good vibrations. For this Michael created Lifeflow and other accustic stuff. My problem, as i wrote here several times already, is that i cannot use them or even meditate as it makes me highly nervous, depressed, anxious.

    So i thought about using my tactile transducers (which i originally bought for entertainment) and use them to get the vibrations into my body without meditating. Tactile transducers are subwoofers, that mainly emit vibration instead of sound and i have them mounted to a chair. To make this work, i rather need low frequencies. If the tone is too high, i obviously wont feel it.

    Maybe this is all utter nonsense, but maybe someone knows a tool or a possibility, to convert Lifeflow or other hz oriented accustic stuff, so they can be played via the subwoofer line. As you might see, im music wise a total noob. haha

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