We believe non-sensatory audio can promote cellular activity and create new neural pathways via the primary cilium.

See how its done -

 
 
 
 

1. Our cells have primary cilia that act as antennae.

 

 

2. Studies have shown these antennae are biologically receptive to audio signals of an extremely low amplitude .

 

 

3. The mechanical vibration of the audio triggers the primary cilia into sending signals to other cells. Then, these cells repeat the process of signaler & receiver.

This communication can create a number of actions between the cells. From the physical body to mental health, and perhaps even our memory; this is the core of where all change takes place

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