Home •  Site Map  •  Research  •  Reports  •  International Experts  •  Music Preparations  •  Fundamentals  •  News  •  Questions  •  Shop


Nature’s Laws of
Harmony in the
Microcosm of Music

Part 1   •   Part 2


Music as a Harmonic
Medical Data Carrier

The Special Status of the
Ear in the Organism

The Ear as a
Medical Instrument

The Significance of the
Soul to Medicine

The Significance of
our Consciousness
to Medicine

The Significance of the
Soul to Human Evolution

Scientists of Tuebingen discover the Brain Regions responsible for
Self Awareness

The Future of Pharmaceutics



Peter Hübner - Micro Music Laboratories
The Special Status of the Ear
in the Organism
Our ear is the first organ to develop to its full size and become fully functional – approx. 18 weeks after conception, our ear is ‘ready’.
Our ear is the first sensory organ to begin working – from the 8th week of life. We began to hear whilst we were still in our mother’s womb – and at 18 weeks our hearing capability was fully developed.
In order for our nerves to be fully operational, our organism surrounds them with a layer of myelin – the auditory nerve is the first to receive this layer of myelin.
The ear is not only the first sensory organ to start working – it is generally also the last sensory organ to cease functioning.
For this reason, it also plays an important part in the determination of brain death: when various brain centres have already ceased to react to the relevant stimulation, the brain usually continues to react to stimulation of the auditory nerve.
Therefore, the response to stimulation of the auditory nerve is an important criterion in the determination of brain death.
Our ear is the brain’s great­est sup­plier of sen­sory en­ergy and, as such, is proba­bly the great­est chan­ger of our brain’s elec­tri­cal ac­tiv­ity.

Our ears, our skin, our eyes, our mouth, and our nose con­stantly re­ceive sen­sory stimu­la­tion from our sur­round­ings which they then con­vert into elec­tri­cal im­pulses in their sen­sory cells and pass on to our brain. Thus, in our brain, no sound, no touch, no pic­tures, no taste and no smells are en­coun­tered, just elec­tri­cal im­pulses which only be­come our sen­sory ex­peri­ences through mul­ti­fari­ous proc­ess­ing steps tak­ing place in our brain. In this way, our brain re­ceives a con­stant flow of bio­elec­tri­cal en­ergy from our sen­sory or­gans, with­out which it is un­able to func­tion cor­rectly. As to how much en­ergy each of the five sen­sory or­gans sup­plies, medi­cine sci­ence now pro­vides the fol­low­ing amaz­ing an­swer: of 100% of the sen­sory en­ergy which en­ters the brain, 80-90% is sup­plied by the ear! As such, our ear is proba­bly the great­est chan­ger of our brain’s elec­tri­cal ac­tiv­ity – the cen­tral ad­mini­stra­tion of our en­tire or­gan­ism.
Our ear has a de­fini­tive role in the con­struc­tion of our brain.

How­ever, the sen­sory or­gans do not only sup­ply our brain with en­ergy, but the elec­tri­cal im­pulses pro­duced by them also work them­selves in our brain, in that they play a de­fini­tive role in de­cid­ing in which way our brain cells link up or ‘switch’, so that the nec­es­sary cir­cuits re­quired for the ex­change of data and the man­age­ment of the in­fi­nite num­ber of proc­esses within our hu­man or­gan­ism are cre­ated.
So what does our ear, that has been send­ing elec­tri­cal im­pulses to the brain since our 8th week of life, have a hand in build­ing?
Some medi­cal ex­perts sus­pect that it con­trols the en­tire matu­ra­tion of our brain.
It is, how­ever, cer­tain that it de­fini­tively has a de­ter­min­ing in­flu­ence on how each of those ar­eas of our brain de­velop which con­trol our feel­ings, our un­der­stand­ing, our speech and our move­ments. So our ear plays an ac­tive part in the most im­por­tant ar­eas of our brain.
Our ear con­trols all of our or­gan­ism’s mus­cu­lar ac­tiv­ity, and plays a part in the dis­tri­bu­tion of ten­sion and re­laxa­tion.

In the regu­la­ting cir­cuit of the move­ment proc­esses, the brain gives the or­der to the mus­cles to move and when they are car­ry­ing out these or­ders, the mus­cles are con­trolled by the or­gan of bal­ance in the ear. In this way our ear also de­ter­mines our body’s ten­sion pro­file – that is the dis­tri­bu­tion of the dif­fer­ent states of ten­sion and re­laxa­tion in the dif­fer­ent parts of our body.
Our ear influences the control of our organism’s thermal balance.

The flow of blood of our tympanic membrane is supplied by a blood circulation which is directly connected to our organism's thermal regulation centre in the brain. Studies with Medical Resonance Therapy Music® have now revealed that certain music structures can decisively change the thermal regulation. Thermal regulation, however, has a significant influence on overcoming illnesses, as is familiar to us with fevers, for example.
Our ear is di­rectly con­nected via nerve chan­nels with many im­por­tant or­gans.

Neu­ral man­age­ment of our ear con­cha or flap and our tym­panic mem­brane is largely ef­fected by the 10th cere­bral nerve, the so-called vagus nerve. This nerve is also con­nected, as an im­por­tant neu­ral man­ager, with the lar­ynx, the bron­chi, the heart, the stom­ach, the pan­creas, the liver, the kid­neys, the in­tes­tines, and the solar plexus. It also has a de­fini­tive role in trig­ger­ing physio­logi­cal stress re­ac­tions. Thus, via the vagus nerve, our ear has ac­cess to trans­mis­sion lines to im­por­tant or­gans in our body, and exerts a di­rect in­flu­ence on the regu­la­tion of stress.

Tra­di­tional Chi­nese medi­cine teaches that there are con­nec­tions within the ear to all ar­eas of the body. Here are just a few of the most im­por­tant parts of the body which are ac­cessed by ear-acu­punc­ture: the top of the skull, back of the head, fore­head, eyes, ears, nose, neck, cer­vi­cal ver­te­brae, clavi­cle, chest, heart, lungs, stom­ach, kid­neys, liver, large in­tes­tine, geni­tals, uri­nary tracts, hip joints, but­tocks, knee joints, joints of the foot and car­ti­lagi­nous tis­sue in vari­ous parts of the body.


“Studies with Medical Resonance Therapy Music® have now revealed that certain music structures can decisively change the thermal regulation.
Thermal regulation, however, has a significant influence on overcoming illnesses, as is familiar to us with fevers, for example.”
Medical Music Preparations on CD
RRR 101 Vital Energy
Vital Energy

RRR 102 Harmony

RRR 103 Hormone & Immune System
Disorders of the
Hormone & Immune System

RRR 105 Gynecological Disorders
Gynecological Disorders

RRR 106 Sleep Disordes
Sleep Disorders

RRR 128 Concentration / Memory
Concentration / Memory

RRR 133 Headache / Migraine
Headache / Migraine

RRR 921 Courage to Face Life
Courage to Face Life

RRR 931Relaxation
RRR 932 General Stress Symptoms
General Stress Symptoms

RRR 933 Neurodermatitis / Psoriasis
Neurodermatitis / Psoriasis

RRR 940 Cardiac & Circulatory Disorders
Cardiac &
Circulatory Disorders

RRR 934 Pregnancy & Birth
Pregnancy & Birth

RRR 935 Creativity

RRR 942 Mother & Child
Mother & Child

RRR 943 Pains / Post-operative Pains
Pains / Postoperative Pains

RRR 951 Mental Distress / Fear
Mental Distress / Fear

RRR 941 Neurophysiological & Sensory Disorders
Neurophysiological &
Sensory Disorders

If you like to look at the complete programs,
if you like to listen to the Medical Music Preparations or
if you want to download them,
please click on the CD-covers above.

If you click on the titles, it will lead you to the
scientific research.

With kind permission of AAR EDITION INTERNATIONAL
© 1998-  DIGIPHARM >