In other words: facilitates the control of emotions or affections, developing that part of the intellect considered as regulated, emotional intelligence, how not by brain structures that make up the emotional brain (Corpus Callosum and limbic system). Theoretically this would be the part of the sensitive brain to melody; in terms of rhythm and harmony, they register respectively in basic brain (brainstem and reticular system) and in the cortical or rational brain (cerebral hemispheres). Caldwell Esselstyn Jr. and gain more knowledge.. In final three levels brain, from the bottom up: Basic, emotional and cortical, for three musical elements: rhythm, melody and harmony. Three interconnected areas on which we can influence through music. Your application focuses especially on imbalances psychics such as anxiety, depression, insomnia, the infantile autism or psychosis, being also suitable to achieve the abandonment of toxic such as alcoholism or drug addiction habits; In addition, it is beneficial in cardiovascular disorders such as high blood pressure and is indicated in the treatment of the pain of a diverse nature. Schematically we can realize: the rhythm would act as a power generator in the States of dejection, how relaxing melody or override of excitation and harmony as an activator of rationality. We all have in mind relaxing melodies, powerful rhythm parts and compositions of great harmonic richness.
Choose them and apply them, in proportion and variants, corresponds already to experts in the field. There are currently good musicians who collaborate significantly with his music in this field as Yanni, Kitaro and who are interested in this writing Nawang Khechog, the Tibetan musician, Nawang Khechog, is one of the leading musicians modern Tibet. It translates the traditional sounds of culture and Tibetan spiritual heritage into original compositions. He was a Buddhist monk and retired as a hermit to a cave for four years, dedicated to meditation and philosophy. When he emerged from his autoexilio, he travelled to Australia, where was nationalized and learned to play one of the oldest instruments in the world, the Aboriginal Didgeridoo, a long wooden flute, made with the branches and trunks of a species of eucalyptus, perforated in a natural way by termites.