Reply To: 1st Fridays of the Month

  • Manuela van der Glas

    June 27, 2024 at 8:00 pm

    Thank you for sharing this. For me it is difficult to listen to, and catch the sounds, make words and attach meaning to the words – because it is quickly spoken.

    This reminds me of Iains’ last Q&A where one was inquiring about music.

    It seems to me that our individual ears need to be tuned-in (trained) to perceive sounds and ‘make words/attach meaning’ to these sounds. In addition to that one’s perception also may differ due to one’s mother tongue that might have entirely different sounds, speeds and a carried meaning – as well as the levels of stress or allostatic load such a tens body (muscles / eardrums) carries and therefore is less able to hear.

    In the past days I came across Alexandre Tannous whoms work regarding sound resonates with me:

    What thoughts come up from your side?