What are the Solfeggio Frequencies? The Solfeggio scale commonly used in sound healing is a set of 6 frequencies originally part of an ancient musical scale originally used in ancient Gregorian chants. The term solfeggio refers to the practice of assigning a syllable to the notes of a musical scale (like do, re, mi). According to Professor Willi Apel, this scale comes from a medieval hymn to St. John the Baptist. The first 6 lines of the hymn started on the successive notes of the scale, as follows:

UT – 396 Hz – Liberating Guilt and Fear
RE – 417 Hz – Undoing Situations and Facilitating Change
MI – 528 Hz – Transformation and Miracles
FA – 639 Hz – Connecting and Relationships
SOL – 741 Hz – Expression/Solutions
LA – 852 Hz – Awakening Intuition

If you add up the digits of the individual frequencies, they add up to either 3, 6 or 9. A number of scientists have written about the significance of 3, 6 and 9 in the physical properties of the universe. Sound waves that are closer together have a higher frequency and therefore these sound waves move faster than lower frequencies. Frequency of a sound wave is measured in a unit called “hertz (hz).

How Is This Different From Our Current Musical Scale?

The ancient solfeggio frequencies are not the same frequencies found in our current musical scale. For example, the solfeggio tone MI vibrates at 528 hz. The closest note you can find on a piano is the “C” above middle C which vibrates at 512. Our musical scale today has evolved into a system called 12 Tone Equal Temperament. With this system, “C” was established as the center of the musical scale. An octave is established by doubling the frequency of C. The notes in between are established by dividing the distance between the 2 Cs into 12 equally spaced tones. Although the frequencies may be similar, their impact is very different.

The original sacred solfeggio frequencies were sung in over 150 Gregorian chants, including the hymn to St. John the Baptist. Singing the tones in Latin were very powerful in healing, producing spiritual awakening and accessing deeper levels of consciousness.

What are the Benefits of Using Solfeggio Tuning Forks?

The powerful solfeggio frequencies are now available in tuning forks and on CDs. The sets are both weighted and unweighted. The unweighted forks are designed to be heard and used on the energy field surrounding the body. They work on energy blockages and balance the chakras before the vibrational imbalance is manifested as physical illness or disease. Weighted tuning forks have lower frequencies and are applied to accupressure points on the physical body. These tuning forks focus more on specific physical issues.

The benefits of sound healing with tuning forks include

* Improves energy flow in and around the body
* Opens energy pathways and removed blocked energy
* Helps to release energy from emotional traumas locked in the physical body
* Balances the chakra energy centers in the body
* Promotes relaxation and relieves stress
* Enhances the effect of other body work therapies such as massage, reiki, chiropractic, accupressure and polarity therapy.

Sound healing with solfeggio tuning forks brings the power of an ancient musical scale to promote healing in our stressful modern environment. Tuning fork sets can be purchased for individual use or to use on family, friends, clients and even pets.

Learn to use the vibrational solfeggio frequencies of sound for self healing or to become a practitioner of this exciting modality. We feature SomaEnergetics solfeggio tuning forks and techniques which harness the power of an ancient musical scale

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By Mike Tewkesbury on 2010-06-13 15:44:47
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