Wednesday, 24 April 2019

U - ULTRASONIC SOUNDS - Lessons from #NatureRepository


In our 22nd part of the series dedicated to the ‘Lessons from #NatureRepository in #AtoZChallenge, we shall ponder upon the one of the sounds that is above the audible level of humans, that is ‘Ultrasonic Sounds’.

Scientifically Ultrasonic sounds are sounds that are higher than 20kHz frequency. Humans are unable to hear it but can use such sounds for other purposes. Ultrasonic sounds help humans to detect the soft tissue injuries and guide humans in treatment in therapeutic conditions. Let us see what Ultrasound teaches us and how can we make most of the sounds with few devices in life

Opportunity quote - AuraOfThoughts



So now we are clear that there may be many resources that exhibit Ultrasonic sounds in nature and are not audible to humans. Similarly there are abundant opportune in life, humans are not able to listen to and then consecutively we don’t respond to many knocks that are made at our door. How do we respond to the tasks that we sent towards us but we were unable to grab it because of our ignorance?

You respond to every sound you listen and what about the signals that you don’t listen? To listen to such signals one needs a device that believes in intuition. Your intuition makes a difference in your decision-making. Many things maybe unclear and sometimes you don’t know what is keeping you hooked to a particular thing but a strong intuition is like an ultrasonic sound that you cannot hear but is present. So trust your intuition and follow the signal for boundless path in your life.

Have you ever thought how your intuition works towards a person or a situation?
Do you believe in intuition or signals from nature?
Share your experiences of intuition with us in comments below.

Until then if you are a nature curator then you are also one among us as we Meenal & Sonal are, nature lovers and observers too. So this year we have come up with theme #NatureRepository for #AtoZChallenge & #BlogchatterA2Z.

You will find Nature lessons with each alphabet through out April here

@Meenal

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