About The Solfeggio Scale

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Modern science is now beginning to recognise what the ancient mystics throughout time have been saying; that everything is in a constant state of vibration, and therefore everything that is vibrating has a sound (even if it’s not audible). Everything also has its own optimum rate of vibration, and this is called resonance. When we are in resonance, we are in balance and harmony with creation.

Emotions and mental states also have their own optimum resonance and with the recognition that every organ, and every cell, absorbs and emits sound, we can therefore understand how specific sounds and frequencies can be used as powerful healing tools. This is how the ancient Solfeggio frequencies work and is why the Gregorian monks used this specific scale for chanting and healing. These incredible tones each resonate to specific frequencies from which our original blueprint is composed.

Please click here to download a Solfeggio Chart detailing the specific healing qualities of each frequency.

Exposing ourselves to these frequencies helps to bring our bodies, cells and DNA back into balance. Different parts of our bodies and organs all have specific frequencies of optimum resonance (perfect state of health), and therefore listening to these tones allows the body to absorb and remember (know) its original blueprint, moving it back towards its perfect state of alignment and resonance (health).

The music with this series of meditations has been specially crafted and precisely tuned to transmit each of the Solfeggio frequencies. By combining these sounds with a guided meditation, you also have the potential to release deep-rooted blockages.

These compositions also contain an array of sacred instruments and sounds such as crystal bowls and didgeridoo and sacred chants, which work to further enhance the effects of the Solfeggio tones. For more information on each frequency please click the links for each title below.


 

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