1. RHYTHMS IN HUMAN NATURE
In their separate frequency bands, the rhythms of living nature carry on six major biological functions:
1) They carry materials inside single cells along the endoplasmic reticulum, the Golgi complex and by transport through endosomes and exosomes.
2) They move substances rhythmically in larger body systems (digestive peristaltic rhythms follow this pattern of operation).
3) They drive metabolism, producing and transmitting energy in the mitochondria of cells.
4) They communicate information directly in the nervous system and from one organism to another through rhythm driven sensorimotor pathways, as in the mating dances of animals.
5) They provide motility to the organism. The actin-myosin molecular reactions in single muscle fibers move rhythmically. Muscle tone is a frequency driven phenomenon.
6) They serve as carrier waves on which other information is transmitted through complex modulations of the carrier waveform.
Love and wisdom draw on all six functions, and they do so in fundamental indispensible, coordinated ways as we shall see.