A thought provoking article was written recently in the New York Times which challenges us to really think and explore what we hear – right now! Please read it and share the message to help everyone take control of their sensory experience and change minds when it comes to our sound.
It is a simple but often underprioritised subject to explore the difference between our sense of hearing and our potential skills for listening. The article is inspired by the author of “The Universal Sense: How Hearing Shapes the Mind – Seth S. Horowitz who is an auditory neuroscientist at Brown University.
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