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Listen to the feelings of your cells: a talk with Emiliano Toso

We have already talked about Emiliano Toso: he is a biologist and composer born in Piedmont who managed to get along with these two sides of his soul which are only apparently different. The origins of his music are unique: they come from a natural and unordinary sensitivity and from the biological studies and the knowledge of quantum theory. Moreover, Emiliano Toso collaborates with a great american biologist, Bruce Lipton who defines the music of Emiliano Toso as follows: “it helps to relax and improves our health reversing the damages of chronic stress. His music is quiet and embracing: it…

Emi-foto-bio-okWe have already talked about Emiliano Toso: he is a biologist and composer born in Piedmont who managed to get along with these two sides of his soul which are only apparently different. The origins of his music are unique: they come from a natural and unordinary sensitivity and from the biological studies and the knowledge of quantum theory.
Moreover, Emiliano Toso collaborates with a great american biologist, Bruce Lipton who defines the music of Emiliano Toso as follows: “it helps to relax and improves our health reversing the damages of chronic stress. His music is quiet and embracing: it is a powerful prescription that increases the activity of alpha waves in our brain, lowers blood pressure, as well as respiratory rhythm and heartbeat, while reinforcing our immune system”.
We asked Emiliano Toso some questions in order to better get to know his musical creation and his album “Wingprinting“.

You are a cell biologist and music composer: actually we can say that you are working with all your knowledge and competences together. How did it happen? Did it come spontaneously or do you remember a precise moment, or episode or intuition where everything started?11219603_718005314972906_5021428076047954478_n-800x400
My parents told me that I shook every time I listened to music, since I was a child…when the band in my village marched I became so excited that I started playing with the pots in my kitchen. When I went to school I discovered my love for Nature, the desire to know which are the laws that govern the behaviour of the microcosm. This is why I started studying biology and after my degree I specialized in Human Cell Biology.
Nothing unusual so far, however, during my studies and during my work as a biologist, I sometimes wondered which was my ideal job. Gradually, I realized that I could work with music, biology and nature with its colours and its laws offered at disposal of our health. I could create something which could help people to feel better.
Now that I am 40, my dream has come true, and thanks to the help of many angels who let me fly very high, I can develop this gorgeous assignment and bring my compositions all over the world, explaining their value in my conferences/concert.

COP wingprintingYou have said that Wingprinting has been thought for a moment of life: birth or rebirth. Could you please explain us better this concept?
The word Wingprinting is new and did not exist before. It was nominated this year for a project about the creation of life, for the newborn who are coming into the world and will be part of the evolution of our civilisation: the cells of the next big entity that we call Humanity.
Epigenetics demonstrated that our destiny and our health do not only depend on what is written in our genes, but also depend on how we experience our environment.
Especially during conception and gestation a huge amount of information are written in our subconscious, which will influence the 95% of our adult life choices. I was fascinated by embryonic development and amazed by the helpful power that music has in this growth: that is why I decided to dedicate a whole album to this project.

Which experiences most influenced the tracks of this album? Which are the most meaningful?
The idea came when I realized that I heard a specific melody every time that I was watching a video about conception: every time I watched the process of fusion of an ovum with a sperm I heard at first a big silence (which I represented using a singing bowl) and then the music of “The Miracle of Life”, the first track of Wingprinting. In this album I have collected the vibrations I’ve been feeling during the Honeymoon during those moments of passion which are really close to the energy of creation. I also collected the shade of colours of maternal love, which I consider a special kind of love, only existing between mother and child.
Wingprinting is also a trasformation album, a metamorphosis for those who want to get rid of old conditioning and limitation in order to be reborn and fly like a butterfly.
The track “Forza Vitale” (The power of Life) describes with music the central process of transformation: it has been recorded with binaural 3D technology and if you listen to it with stereo headphone you will hear at the end the butterfly flying high accompanied by violin notes.

May we suggest, without hesitation, every couple expecting a baby to listen to this album?DSC_2896low
My music has been specifically thought for parents expecting a baby. They can better raise awareness of the special gift they have received and of the great miracle they are performing. Wingprinting is played in hospitals, health centers, health farms and schools in order to lower the levels of chronic stress, pain, anxiety and in order to gain wellness, creativity and attention.
The tracks of Wingprinting belongs to the project Translational Music: the album with the same name Translational Music was also realized thanks to the support and collaboration of the american biologist Bruce Lipton.
Emiliano Toso is spreading Wingprinting in Italy and in Europe through conference concerts where he brings people to experience live and explains the scientific basis of the effects of 432Hz Translational Music, defined “biological tuning” or life frequency. In 2016 he will keep on collaborating with important researchers who combine science and spirituality as Gregg Braden, Bruce Lipton, Neale Donald Walsch, Thomas Torelli, Raymond Moody.

We really would like to thank Emiliano Toso for his friendliness. We will surely continue to follow his extraordinary research project.

Chiara Trompetto – English version by Francesca Strobbia
[Watercolors by Wilma Camatti]

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