Watching the waves on the seafront have affected me more than I thought...waves ...waves... if I was sat in a bath I'd leap out of it!!!
The Universe is energy vibrating at different frequencies .... it hums. Or oms. Or aums.
"Each one of billions of nerve cells creates the precise amount of electricity that it uses to transfer its particular code. The nerve cells create the electrical signals that they use by sending sodium and potassium ions in and out of the cell wall at rates varying up to 1000 changes per second.In 1/1000 of a second, the cell changes from a negative charge to a positive charge and then back again. In this way, nerve cells "hum" with electricity.
It is in the pattern and the speed of the hum that the brain transfers data and creates thought. This is the way that brain cells communicate - by codes conveyed through electrical signals that have no physical resemblance whatever to that which they convey. Every sight, sound, touch, emotion, reaction, every memory and every thought in the history of mankind is a code."
In accelerating the rate of perception we would be accelerating the cell changes. If I wanted to think twice as fast as normal, then the cell changes from a negative charge to a positive charge need to happen twice as fast - 1/2000 of a second. If this occurs, then the frequency of the brain is going to change.
Several studies, one of which was by Charles Gray of UC Davis and another by David McCormick of Yale U have shown that the brain has its own internal rhythm. Chatter cells co-ordinate rhythmic firings of millions of cells in bursts around 30 - 60 Hz
Here's a very brief explanation on brainwaves which I thought was fun:
So brainwaves are measured as frequencies in the unit of Hertz, the number of wave cycles per second. There are four types of brainwaves (or rhythms) that are focused on in EEG's - Alpha, Beta, Theta, and Delta. Each type can be matched with a certain state of functioning.
Theta Waves (4-7Hz) reflect slow brainwave activity in sleeping adults or children (even when awake) upto the age of 13.
"The interior of the earth emits natural microspulsations of approximately 10 Hz (Hertz), that is 10 oscillations per second. Lightning creates fields in a frequency range of 10 to 20 KHz (thousands of oscillations per second). At the other end of the spectrum light has become visible with billions of oscillations. Between the two fields described, there are those areas of the spectrum that only started to fill up with artificial radiation at the end of last century through human intervention, beginning with electric power supply systems around 50/60 Hz to ELF frequencies (ELF = extremely low frequency, in a spectrum of 0 to 100 Hz), often used for military purposes, or rather as non-lethal weapons, and on to medium, short and ultra-short waves, to the TV frequencies and the domain of microwave frequencies.....
The pineal gland, 50mm long and shaped like a pine-cone, sitting deep down in the centre of the head, is the shrivelled remnant of an ancient warmth and light-perceiving sense organ that opened to the exterior with the fontanelle in the cranial bone.(18) The pineal gland is in contact with the parietal chakra, the so-called thousand-petalled lotus.(19) It regulates the circadian rhythms of the body, biological rhythms that are attuned to the day-night cycle and cover a period of 24-25 hours. These rhythms can be disrupted by natural or artificial magnetic fields and, among other things, react to the daily cyclical pattern of the terrestrial magnetic field. The pineal gland interacts closely with the sympathetic nervous system that is responsible for functions like an increased heartbeat frequency (above the diaphragm, the activity of organs is enhanced by the sympathetic system and inhibited by the parasympathetic one; below the diaphragm, the opposite applies); thus, the nerves that serve the pineal gland don't originate in the brain but in the sympathetic nervous system.
There is a non-visual energetic connection from the eyes straight to the hypothalamic and hypophyseal parts of the brain, a further one to the pineal gland, with the latter reacting to changes in brightness, as well as the various colours of sunlight; this process has an energizing effect on the whole organism.(20) The pineal complex also controls body temperature. In the pineal gland the hormone melatonin is manufactured whose discharge is inhibited by light radiation and occurs therefore by night. Melatonin inhibits the development of germ cells and the urge to procreate, or rather it inhibits the development and function of gonads. Another substance is seratonin that is needed for acting as a chemical neuro-transmitter of electrical impulses in the synapses of nerve cells. It is interesting to note that seratonine has the same chemical structure as some hallucinogenic substances. Seratonin is transformed into melatonine only in the pineal gland."