Part 6: Swiss Harmony and Resonance
Swiss Harmony protects through resonance
The same law of resonance also states that, in a harmonically tuned system anything that is not harmonious cannot become resonant. Thus, all frequencies outside the visible light spectrum remain ineffective. Harmonisation gets rid of all harmful frequencies, because:
Only harmony can resonate with harmony.
For example, if one strikes a tuning fork and other tuning forks are in the area, only those tuned to the same note/frequency will also start to vibrate. All the other tuning forks will remain silent—they won’t react.