Solfeggio frequencies are a God send for me, but it doesn’t seem that long ago when I discovered what I like to refer to as Healing Music. To my absolute delight, that opened up a whole new world of musical possibilities for me. Long ago, I was a music major in college. Things happened and then, I no longer studied or performed music. I left that world behind in what had become a whirlwind of traumatic survival.
Healing Music; Solfeggio Frequencies
Solfeggio Frequencies as a Source of Healing
Little did I know, at the time, how deeply ingrained music was in my whole being. I unwittingly left behind a part of my very soul. It wasn’t until years later that I realized how devastating that separation of myself from my music actually was on my entire being.
However, fast forward many decades where I’ve discovered the Solfeggio Frequencies of healing music and I couldn’t be more thrilled. I’ve been listening regularly for several months and it has become a part of my daily routine of balance. I find Solfeggio frequencies to be highly effective for relaxation, anti-anxiety, and as a meditative tool.
Use as a Therapeutic Healing Tool
These are the claims by the experts. One is that solfeggio frequencies can be used as a therapeutic healing tool to help us manifest balance in every area of our existence. Plus, the interesting thing about energy frequencies is that it isn’t a matter of belief. Rather, if we are in this Universe, we share these frequencies infinitely.
Nikola Tesla once said, “If you only knew the magnificence of the 3, 6, and 9, then you would hold the key to the Universe”. The 3, 6, and 9, are the fundamental root vibrations of the Solfeggios frequencies.
The European Solfeggio Scale
The original Solfeggio scale was developed by a Benedictine monk, Guido d’Arezzo (c. 991 AD – c. 1050 AD). It was used by singers to learn chants and songs more easily. Today we know the Solfeggio scale as seven ascending notes assigned to the syllables Do-Re-Mi-Fa-So-La-Ti. The original scale was six ascending notes assigned to Ut-Re-Mi-Fa-Sol-La. The syllables for the scale were taken from a hymn to St. John the Baptist, Ut Queant Laxis, written by Paulus Diaconus.
Other Cultures Who Know It
Knowledge about these frequencies isn’t exclusive to western culture. They are recognized around the world and have been since ancient times. The following are some of the cultures and how they use it in their ceremonies and celebrations.
- Indigenous American Flute and Drums.
- Ayurveda in the form of hymns in the Vedas.
- Buddhist Tibetan chanting.
- The Didgeridoo as used by Australian aboriginal people.
- The ancient pyramids generate specific frequencies.
- Many cultures use brass bells to cleanse the air.
- Metal Himalayan singing bowls and gongs create celestial harmony.
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