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Could Gregorian chanting replace psychiatric drugs

 
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12/15/2012 01:10 PM
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Could Gregorian chanting replace psychiatric drugs
The top photos at the link are pretty impressive. Some of the article is a little too woo woo for my tastes, but the rest is worthy of considering.

We don't hear about Monks going out and shooting up schools. Maybe a paddle or too, but that's about as far as they go these days. ;-)

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Re: Could Gregorian chanting replace psychiatric drugs
From the article:

"What would you think if I told you that Gregorian chants creates a harmonic vibration that has been proven in studies to eliminate fatigue, heal and cure disease and illness, extinguish depression and enable the person who sings Gregorian chant, to subsist on as little as 2 hours of sleep a day because it stimulates the part of the cerebral cortex through creating a separate vibration with our bones at a completely different vibration and hertz level that, when the cranium and skull vibrate at this frequency, acts like a magnifier as the bones of the head amplify the vibration affecting the brain at an even more magnified capacity."
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12/15/2012 03:22 PM
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It's all about good vibrations.

More from the article:

"The monks that were studied were able to subsist on less than 4 hours of sleep, some less than 2 hours of sleep a day, were healed of illness and experienced an overall sense of well being. When scientist studied these same monks who, due to an edict halting the practice of Gregorian Chant, were studied after they discontinued the singing of Gregorian chant, they became ill, depressed and fatigued to the point that many were unable to function or complete their duties or rigorous schedules. Once this was made known, they were given permission to once again sing Gregorian Chant and the monks suffering from illness and depression were healed."

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Re: Could Gregorian chanting replace psychiatric drugs
Maybe people would rather pop an pill and shoot up a school instead.
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12/15/2012 05:18 PM
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Could chanting replace psychiatric drugs?

Not at my house :)