Written by Anton Stucki. Narrated by AI (Artificial Intelligence)
One morning an elderly woman called me and asked, “I heard that you can improve your hearing, even at my age. Is that really true? And how does that work?”
Through hearing, we have a special connection with everything that surrounds us—with the people we meet, with the birds that sing their songs, with the airplanes that fly above us, or with the pounding jackhammer on the road. We are in contact with all these things and many, many more through the sense of hearing.
Not being able to hear is not normal—not even when you get older. Yet it happens all too often, and it’s usually as a result of stress or certain traumatic events in life. At some point we realize that we are constantly saying, “What did you say? Please say it again.” Sometimes we add an apologetic “I’m sorry; it’s so loud in here I can’t understand you.”
This book is about how we can rebuild our sense of hearing naturally, step-by-step. Hearing doesn’t regulate itself, so we need to understand the cause of hearing loss and adopt suitable training techniques that will restore this invaluable sense organ.
The World in Our Ears
Receptive: Open and responsive to sensations, ideas, impressions; fit to receive and transmit stimuli
The ear is our most receptive sense organ, keeping us in constant contact with our environment, our surroundings. Although the ear seems to be designed for the purpose of passively recording our impressions, it is like an antenna, always actively receptive to the world so as to fulfill its function. What we hear penetrates deep layers of the soul; therefore the ear is critical to information acquisition and processing...
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About the Author
Anton Stucki is an audio expert, well known in Germany for his hearing recovery system. For over 10 years he has helped thousands of people restore their hearing and has trained medical practitioners and therapists to use his system.
He lives in Brandenburg, Germany.
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