So Love has the colour pale pink, i THINK the shape is a square, and the tone, well i can't really put that here...
Music and the Brain
Rhythm is also an important aspect of music to study when looking at responses to music. There are two responses to rhythm. These responses are hard to separate because they are related, and one of these responses cannot exist without the other. These responses are (1) the actual hearing of the rhythm and (2) the physical response to the rhythm. Rhythm organizes physical movements and is very much related to the human body. For example, the body contains rhythms in the heartbeat, while walking, during breathing, etc. Another example of how rhythm orders movement is an autistic boy who could not tie his shoes. He learned how on the second try when the task of tying his shoes was put to a song. The rhythm helped organize his physical movements in time.
WASHINGTON (ISNS) -- For most people music is an enjoyable, although momentary, form of entertainment. But for those who seriously practiced a musical instrument when they were young, perhaps when they played in a school orchestra or even a rock band, the musical experience can be something more. Recent research shows that a strong correlation exists between musical training for children and certain other mental abilities.
According to Allan Bloom, "Music is the soul's primitive and primary speech or reason."
According to some physicists, the core of physical reality itself might be musical. Brian Greene writes that
Music has long since provided the metaphors of choice for those puzzling over questions of cosmic concern. From the ancient Pythagorean "music of the spheres to the "harmonies of nature" that have guided inquiry through the ages, we have collectively sought the song of nature in the gentle wanderings of celestial bodies and the riotous fulminations of subatomic particles. With the discovery of superstring theory, musical metaphors take on a startling reality, for the theory suggests that the microscopic landscape is suffused with tiny strings whose vibrational patterns orchestrate the evolution of the cosmos. (Greene 1999)
Originally posted by Im a Marty
White is all colours, and all colours is every emotion..... Love is not every emotion.
The shape 8 is infinity, but it doesn't sit at the thyroid (8th chakra).
The square is the thyroid.... the square represents the spoken word, the first point of 'creation'... when you speak it, and step into it, you start the process of creating it.
However, be careful with using white, as it depletes the energy of individual colours
Originally posted by Trexter Ziam
I know you didn't really ask us for our 2 cents; but, here's mine anyway.
God speaks "Primary"
Okay, I can see you smiling at the Three Muskateer's chant, "All for One, and One for All" ... but, I'm serious.
Not binary, primary.
It all makes sense to me; whereas yucky squares and yucky (baby butt color) light pink don't remind me of "Love" ... I vote for extreme pure white for Love too, as another poster above said.
But for God's language - Primary is my 2 cents.
Originally posted by Matrix777
I would imagine that God would probably communicate to people via telepathy. If he were to show himself to humanity, then I'd imagine he would speak to everyone in their native language.
A century and a half ago, a debate was raging about the question whether God spoke Hebrew. Jacob Grimm, one of the brothers to whom we owe the collection of fairy tales, pointed out gently that if God spoke language, any language, we must assume that he had teeth, but since teeth were not created for speech but for eating, we must assume that he also ate, and this leads to so many other undesirable assumptions that we better abandon the idea altogether (1851, reprint 1958:28).