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The first in a four part series, Tuna Observation explores the famous Tone analogy of Dr. Shinichi Suzuki with regards to observational ability. In the original analogy, depth of tone was described through the depth preference of various aquatic animals including the Water Spider, Hippopotamus, Goldfish and Tuna. Considering Dr. Suzuki’s symptoms of tone at the various depths, this idea then interprets how observation expands through experience to deeper and deeper levels of understanding and knowing. In addition, energetic implications of observation though the perspective of quantum mechanics is discussed from the understanding of self awareness and growth.