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Enchanting Sound Healing and Frequencies: Explained

To understand anything non-physical, one needs a certain level of creativity, understanding and imagination. Sound healing and frequencies are hard to see but easy to feel! They permeate our world without us even realizing what they really mean or why things happen the way that they do in relation to them. 

Frequencies can be heard as sound waves which produce vibrations on objects around it (like bees’ wings). Vibration gives rise to an interpretation by humans who hear these sounds through their ears at speeds ranging anywhere between 5–20 times per second; this produces audible frequencies we then perceive as “flapping” noises when near enough for observation. 

The Frequency of 369

For many people, especially those with an interest in the mystical and spiritual world of music, constantly seek out new information about vibrations that can produce sounds above all others.

It is well known that there exist special frequencies with healing vibrations in numbers, especially in the numbers 3,6 and 9.

The mathematical calculation of these numbers has been researched and found to have a stronger connection than any other sound since its consistency mirrors patterns throughout creation. 

Tesla had a number obsession, and in the world of numbers, there are many hidden messages. His fascination with 369 was not an accident – it played into some aspects of his life including workmanship for everything he did or built!

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The Solfeggio Frequencies

The use of sound waves to help promote health and well-being is not a modern idea, but it’s only relatively recently that we have gained access to these frequencies. They date back thousands of years and were used in chants for healing purposes during prayer rituals.

Solfeggio frequencies are a series of sounds that have been used for centuries to help promote healing within the body and mind. These tones date back thousands of years, they are noted in Eastern Indian, African and Abrahamic religions. They were chanted by Gregorian monks and evidence of Solfeggio Frequencies were found within ancient Sanskrit chants from India!

Here are the Solfeggio frequencies and their meanings.

  • 174 Hz: relieves pain and stress
  • 285 Hz: heals tissues and organs
  • 396 Hz: liberates you from fear and guilt
  • 417 Hz: brings change
  • 528 Hz: for transformation and DNA repair
  • 639 Hz: reconnects you with your relationships
  • 741 Hz: helps provide solutions and self-expression
  • 852 Hz: brings you back to a spiritual order
  • 963 Hz: creates room for oneness and unity. Known as “The frequency of the Gods”.


So how can you experience the abundant healing that solfeggio frequencies offer? Binaural beats can help you to access them. 

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Singing Bowls

Tibetan singing bowls are a type of bell that can be played to produce deep and entrancing tones. They’re said to promote relaxation as well as offer powerful healing properties; these factors make them one of the most sought after instruments for spiritual practitioners worldwide!

Also known as Tibetan singing bowls or Himalayan bowls, singing bowls are a great way to relieve stress and anxiety. The sound of the resonating ceramic or wood instrument helps me focus my mind, which in turn clears out any negative thoughts that may be there at the moment. 

The hypnotic sound from a singing bowl helps to remove stress and anxiety. It invokes an amazing meditative state that will leave you feeling peaceful and safe – even when there’s chaos all around!

Binaural Beats

Binaural beats utilise healing frequencies. It is created by the brain when you listen to two tones with slightly different frequencies at once. Your mind interprets these beats as its own, creating what feels like a third sound vibration that aligns with your brain waves and produces something called ‘brain entrainment’. 

This occurs because we humans are more easily able to sense vibrations inaudible but higher than about 20 Hz–a range which covers all kinds of human activity from walking downstairs gently grinding coffee beans between teeth back pain during church rehearsals (and other joyous occasions) up through lovemaking!

There are 5 Types of Brain Waves That Affect Binaural Beats

Delta: Binaural beats in the delta-band operate at a frequency of 0.5–4 Hz with links to dreamless sleep, according to an EEG brain scan study illustrating this effect on people who received the sound during their slumbering hours; those results showed higher stages for deeper levels of restorative nap time!

Alpha: This is the most common brain wave found in people. Alpha waves have an alpha frequency between 7-13 hertz per second (Hz). This type of rhythm generates feelings like relaxation or calmness because our body’s natural tone settles around these frequencies when they are present! 

Binaural beats with the same range as alphanumeric characters make up this category which will encourage different mental states depending on what sounds accompany them – whether it’s sleepiness from 11 Hz beat accompanied by ocean waves sounding peaceful.

Beta: Binaural beats in this tone are at a frequency of 13–30 Hz. This may help promote concentration and alertness, but it can also increase anxiety if you listen to them higher than 20Hz or so as they tend towards stimulating more active pursuit responses from your brain rather than being relaxing.

Gamma: The Gamma pattern is a range of 30–50 Hz. This frequency accounts for the maintenance of our levels of alertness when we are awake and moving about, but it also has calming effects that can help maintain normal rhythm patterns such as sleeping better at night or managing emotions without becoming too overwhelmed with them all day long!

Combining Solfeggio frequencies and binaural beats can lead to deep spiritual and physical healing. Together they bypass the subconscious mind to deliver positive and affirmative messages, as well as activate the chakras.

Sound healing can help you to feel happier and more energetic. Sound therapy is a type of alternative medicine that addresses physical, emotional or mental issues with sounds instead of pills; it’s like getting acupuncture without going under the needle!

It turns out there are many different kinds of sound-based treatments but they all offer their own unique benefits such as improved wellbeing, higher energy levels and even better performance at work. If you’re not already utilising sound healing then try binaural beats, solfeggio frequencies and sound bowls. It will transform your life.

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