Acoustic-physics pioneering scientist, John Stuart Reid, is a man on a mission to educate and inspire the world in the field of cymatics, the study of visible sound.
His CymaScope invention has forever changed our perception of sound: seeing sound allows us to understand this omnipresent aspect of our world and universe fuller and deeper.
His cymatics research is helping to elevate this important new field in the scientific arena, including investigating the therapeutic powers of sound. In the medical field his study of the effects of music on human blood has created new horizons of medical research, and his study to differentiate between the sounds emitted by cancer cells and healthy cells, published in the Water Journal, has far reaching health implications.
In 2021 he was invited to write a chapter on Sound Therapy and Music Medicine for a new medical text book, to be published in the next few weeks.
Earlier this year, he hosted a highly successful course with The Shift Network, teaching Cymatics, Sonic Science and Music Medicine to almost 2000 students, and his advanced Shift Network course is due to begin this October.
Today, John will begin with a discussion on the relationship between sound, light, water and electricity, and he will conduct a live demonstration that shows how the electricity that powers our body is created, and how it can be optimised.