Busting the “Solfeggio Frequencies” Myth

March 15th, 2013
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This video explains why the Solfeggio frequency set could not have possibly been used in any work with any musical meaning, because these frequencies simply do not conform a harmonic set. My second argument is that the fact that these frequencies show numerological beauty when expressed in Hz convey no meaning for the tones themselves, because a tone can be expressed in any number of arbitrary units of measurement. The minute you express these exact same tones in, say wavelength units, the nice numerology disappears.

There is a lot of misinformation about the healing properties of the so called “Solfeggio Frequencies”: 396Hz, 417Hz, 528Hz, etc. In this post I attempt to explain why I don’t consider these frequencies any more special than any other. I do believe in the existence of sacred, pure tones; but these ones to me are a fake. Read more about truly pure tones on our website: http://transcendentaltones.com/index….

The secret behind 432Hz tuning

Tune yourself to the heartbeat of our planet  To understand the healing power behind 432Hz, you must first learn about another frequency, 8Hz. It is said that 8Hz is the fundamental “beat” of the planet. The heartbeat of the Earth is better known as Schumann resonance and is named after physicist Winfried Otto Schumann, who documented it mathematically in 1952.

Schumann resonance is a global electromagnetic resonance, which has its origin in electrical discharges of lightning within the cavity existing between the Earth’s surface and the ionosphere. This cavity resonates with electromagnetic waves in the extremely low frequencies of approximately 7.86Hz – 8Hz.

The “ordinary” thought waves created by the human brain range from 14Hz to 40Hz. This range only includes certain types of dendrites belonging to brain cells, predominantly within the left (the more rational) hemisphere of the brain, which is the center of activity.

If the two hemispheres of our brain are synchronized with each other at 8Hz, they work more harmoniously and with a maximum flow of information. In other words, the frequency of 8Hz seems to be the key to the full and sovereign activation potential of our brain.

8Hz is also the frequency of the double helix in DNA replication. Melatonin and Pinoline work on the DNA, inducing an 8Hz signal to enable metosis and DNA replication. A form of body temperature superconductivity is evident in this process.

What 8Hz has to do with 432Hz tuning

432Hz resonates with the frequency of 8HzOn the musical scale where A has a frequency of 440Hz, the note C is at about 261.656 Hz. On the other hand, if we take 8Hz as our starting point and work upwards by five octaves (i.e. by the seven notes in the scale five times), we reach a frequency of 256Hz in whose scale the note A has a frequency of 432Hz.

According to the harmonic principle by which any produced sound automatically resonates all the other multiples of that frequency, when we play C at 256 Hz, the C of all other octaves also begins to vibrate in “sympathy” and so, naturally, the frequency of 8Hz is also sounded. This is why (together with many other mathematical reasons) the musical pitch tuned to 432 oscillations per second is known as the “scientific tuning.”

This tuning was unanimously approved at the Congress of Italian musicians in 1881 and recommended by the physicists Joseph Sauveur and Felix Savart as well as by the Italian scientist Bartolomeo Grassi Landi.

In contrast, the frequency chosen in London in 1953 as the worldwide reference frequency and which all music today has been tuned to, has come to be defined as ‘disharmonic’ because it has no scientific relationship to the physical laws that govern our universe.

Natural healing with 432Hz

432Hz is the harmonic intonation of nature.  According to the above information, playing and listening to music that has been tuned to 432Hz would make your body, and the organic world which surrounds it, resonate in a natural way. This would fill you with a sense of peace and well-being, regardless of the kind of song chosen to play or listen to.

Opening your ears for music that has been tuned to the “scientific” 432Hz frequency would benefit the entire planet and everyone who lives on it, while listening to music tuned to the “disharmonic” 440Hz frequency does harm by causing stress, negative behaviors and unstable emotions.

Listening to 432Hz music resonates inside your body, releases emotional blockages, and expands consciousness. 432Hz music allows you to tune into the knowledge of the universe around us in a more intuitive way.”

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Sound Healing & How Music Can Heal

March 14th, 2013

 The Healing Power of Music: Why Sound is Transformational

By Jill Mattson Waking Times

The field of Sound Healing is a rapidly growing discipline that is recently attracting a lot of interest. Many of the techniques that are employed stem from ancient traditions. Modern scientific research, however, is adding to our understanding of how sound interacts with and enhances our bodies and minds.

An important technique in Sound Healing utilizes the intricate combination and interplay of various musical effects. It is the magical and complex interaction of special sounds with the human body and mind that give the impressive results that are achieved.

Music Aspect #1: Intervals

An interval is a technique used in music where two different notes are sounded at the same time. The individual notes combine to produce a new sound effect different than either of the two originals. This phenomenon is due to the interaction of the sound waves comprising each note.

When the brain receives tones  that are presented extremely close to the ears (as when you wear headphones) the brain can only “hear” one tone at a time. If you play a different tone into each ear then the brain combines and averages both tones, and you hear a pulsing sound which is the average of the two tones. What is thrilling about this is that you have just introduced “whole brain” functioning. Regular use of “whole brain” functioning has been shown to enhance intelligence and overall mental performance, reducing mental decline.

Certain intervals impact our states of consciousness and produce different feelings. For example, a major fifth interval produces a harmonious, spiritual feeling while a major seventh interval produces a moody emotion and a minor third creates a melancholy feeling. Techniques employing sound intervals have shown impressive results relieving depressions and other negative emotions such as loneliness, self-pity and anger.

Music Aspect # 2: Pitch

The pitch of a note is how high or low it sounds. Higher frequency is higher pitch – corresponding to faster vibrations or “tighter waves” and higher energy. Lower pitch is due to slower vibrations.

French physicist, Joel Sternheimer, discovered that: “while a protein is being assembled (in a plant) from its 20 constituent amino acids a frequency can be calculated…and transcribed into a note… for each amino acid”. If you play the notes, corresponding to the amino acids, back in the order that they are combined in a protein, a melody results. When the melody of the amino acids is played back to the plant, its growth and overall vitality is increased.

Just as plants have shown to be positively affected by Sternheimer’s melodies, there are many researchers studying the effects of pitches and melodies on human health.Robert Monroe, (founder of the Monroe Institute), discovered that listening to recordings of specific pitches produced psychic phenomena in some listeners. The French ear, nose and throat doctor, Alfred Tomatis, demonstrated that higher pitches affect the neocortex of the brain – energizing people.

Makers of sound and light machines tout that special sounds can induce delta and theta brain waves –  corresponding to the production of beneficial neurochemicals.

Music Aspect #3: Rhythm

It has often been said that the human body is an orchestra with the heart drumming out the constant beat. In the womb, we hear our first communication in the rhythm of the mother’s heartbeat.

Rhythm can affect our pulse and heart rate, breath, stress response, and the pace of our speech, gait and numerous other physical activities. A healing rhythm increases or slows our energy down, strengthening the elasticity of our pulse, helping us gain vitality.

Our own rhythms can be a more complete expression of who we are than we realize. On a busy street watch the variations of walking. Some people bounce, others shuffle and a few march. Some are rigid, others flexible. Other variations include jerkiness versus regularity of rhythm, or a calm rhythm versus a rushed one. Our personality and emotions can be revealed in the rhythm of our walk.

Words have rhythm. Our rate of speaking and associated movements is an expression of individualism, and in fact often show unspoken communication; the underlining meaning beneath our words. While our words may say one thing, our rhythm of words and body language can say another, revealing a deeper truth.

Reinhard Flatischler, who developed the revolutionary approach to rhythm, combining pulse, breath, voice and rhythm, said in his book, The Forgotten Power of Rhythm<,”The drum returns my energy by translating it into audible rhythm and thus completes a circuit of energy that allows me to connect with my own power.” The rhythm expresses our own energy and power.

American Indians used drum rhythms to induce trances, in which they experienced “out of the body” travel, similar to effects from hallucinatory drugs. These “journeys” were used to glean information from the future or to receive wisdom for their decisions and purposes in life.

African witch doctors utilized drum beats to work dancers into a frenzy, citing that these experiences cause one to shed negative energy that can be the underlying cause of illness.

Rhythm is an important contribution in the many faceted art of Sound Healing. Impressive results can be obtained when rhythm is properly combined with other powerful Sound Healing techniques.

Credits: http://www.wakingtimes.com/2013/03/12/healing-with-sound-the-transformational-aspects-of-music/

About the Author:

Jill Mattson is an accomplished Healing Arts Musician, Composer, and Author who brings her deep spiritualism and intense curiosity and wonder to the many creative passions that she pursues. Jill seeks to help others achieve personal growth and healing through her paintings, music and writings.

Jill is a four-time author and widely recognized expert and composer in the emerging field of Sound Healing. Jill lectures throughout the United States on “Ancient Sounds ~ Modern Healing” – taking followers on an exciting journey revealing the Healing Power of Sound.  She unveils secrets from ancient cultures as well as the latest findings of the modern scientific community showing the incredible power and healing capabilities of sound. Jill has released “Secret Sounds ~ Ultimate Healing.” This is the first authorized biography of Sharry Edwards and explanation of how sound works internally through the different channels within the body and how these vibrations interact with your environment. Two additional books are about to released on Sound Healing.

Jill has produced and recorded numerous CD’s utilizing her classical musical training and Sound Healing techniques. She is a recording artist, with numerous CD’s using ancient and modern Sound Healing techniques.

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Using the Power of Sound Frequencies to Alter Brain Waves

March 10th, 2013

Can we enhance our creativity, intuitive insights, memory, intelligence and health by altering our brain waves?

Yes. The ancients understood that sound can help us alter our consciousness and unleash mind powers that are normally not accessible to us in ordinary consciousness. Anthropologists who have studied ancient shamanic rituals have found that shamans, for example, have long used the rhythmic sounds of drum beats to induce altered states of consciousness. Scientists have found that specific drum beat frequencies can produce theta brain waves, which match meditative states.

In a nutshell, there are four recognized brain wave ranges: Beta (14-30 Hz) is present in normal waking consciousness; Alpha (7-14 Hz) in states of relaxation; Theta (4-7 Hz) in meditative states; and the slowest, Delta (0.5-4 Hz) in deep sleep and profound meditative states. The most recently researched brain frequency is Gamma, which is the fastest, about 30.0 Hz and higher. Why are brain waves important? You can use sound to positively alter your brain wave frequencies and produce specific desired results.

The theta mind state, for example, is associated with many extraordinary and even super human abilities. Shamans and other people who live close to the earth, such as the Aborigines of Australia, have long been known for possessing super human powers. According to stories passed on by shamans of the Southwest, Sitting Bull and Geronimo used mind powers to time travel, walk without leaving foot-prints, communicate with plants and discover miraculous cures.

Sounds are waves, which can be measured as frequency. Frequency is measured in Hertz “Hz” units; it’s the number of waves that pass by per second. An “A” note on a violin string, for example, vibrates at about 440 Hz (440 vibrations per second).

Studies have demonstrated that when people listen to sounds that are in the theta range (4.0- 7.0 Hz), they enter deep meditative states and tend to have greater visualizations, inspiration and reprogramming abilities than when they are in the ordinary waking state of beta. While meditative states, such as theta, are enormously valuable, the higher frequency states, such as beta/gamma, also provide their own benefits. If you want to enhance your mind abilities while you are working on your computer or doing analytical work that requires high-alert states, you can benefit from listening to beta/gamma frequencies. These higher frequency sound waves are associated with bursts of insights, high-level information processing and certain cognitive activities, such as analysis and math.

We all can learn how to use the power of sound to change our brain waves and enhance our lives in specific ways.

There are many ways to alter your brain waves. You can, for example, tune into the natural sounds of nature during a vision quest or listen to brain entrainment audios. It is easy and practical for anyone to positively influence their brain waves in extraordinary ways once we expand our awareness of the options available to us.

About the Author

Mary Rivas is the founder of www.UnlimitedInnerPower.com, which was created to teach people about basic shamanic techniques and mind power secrets.  Mary is the author of The Warrior Spirit: How To Use Mind Powers & Ancient Wisdom To Create Wealth and Much More! She has a degree in psychology and attended graduate school in clinical psychology. For over ten years, she has immersed herself in shamanism and ancient wisdom.

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Source: http://www.wakingtimes.com/2013/03/06/the-power-of-sound-frequencies-to-change-your-brain-waves-create-positive-results/

 

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