Investigations of the use of music for influencing morphic fields

30 years ago my wife and I spent time in Kashmir.  Prior to a year in India and 6 weeks in Kashmir I worked with Girdhari L Tikku (the author of Persian Poetry in Kashmir) on manuscripts on Sufiyann Kalam given to me by Jozef Pacholczyk.  During our year in India I worked on the translation of two 18th century works on the theory of Sufiyanna Kalam and consulted the manuscripts and libraires of Jammu Kashmir University to clarify areas of the writing that was not clear.

In Kashmir I worked with Sheikh Abdul Aziz the author of Kashur Sargam and spent time at mehfils.

The story is that when Genghis Khan and his descendants were destroying ancient cities and culture in central asia and the middle east - a group of around 700 wise men left centers of learning in the middle east and traveled to Kashmir to avoid destruction.  They carried with them musical practices of the integration of music with life processes including the ability to heal mental and physical diseases, become attuned with the larger world, communicate with animals, and express joy to the creator of the universe.

The two manuscripts describe the theory of music including how to play music that is attuned with the cycles of the Earth, what melodies and rhythms to use to heal disease, and how music is related to the fabric of creation.  The theory and practice of melody and rhythm for sufiyanna kalam, the sufi music of Kashmir, and described in detail.