In a chapter called On Rules of Rhythm
in his book Lei Ching Fu Yi (Collection of Findings in Medical Research),
Ching-yueh Chang, a medical practitioner in Ming Dynasty, viewed music
as a component of time and space, which is expressed by the relation
between music and the body. His theory coincides with Peter Huebners
concept of music.1.
The physical clock in the human body operates in accordance with the
movement of stars in twelve time segments (one segment = two hours)
in Chinese astrology. In Chinese medicine, the circulation in twelve
blood vessels (ching mai) is relative to the cycle of heaven and earth.
Listening to a selection of Peter Huebners music preparations in the time
segment for twelve blood vessels will help maintain good function
of the blood vessel system to a great extent and enhance significant
effects.2. Natural harmony rules have much to do with time and space.
Peter Huebners music is not only a composition based on universal
principles but also a kind of mathematical music with a natural 3-D
structure of time and space. Thus his music is able to bring enormous
power from the resonance produced by the macrocosm and the microcosm
(human body) via this 3-D structure. This plays a vital role in medical
therapy and education.