Healing Frequencies

Many cultures throughout the course of human history have believed sound and vibration play a fundamental role in the life of all living things by affecting physical, mental and spiritual levels.

Following this line of inquiry, many cultures have experimented with purposeful exposure to specific healing frequencies in order to achieve a greater sense of balance and higher consciousness.

Benefits Of Healing Frequency Exposure

Alignment with the fundamental frequencies that serve as a basis of the Universe
release of stress
bring balance
raise your energy
expand creativity and consciousness
improve memory
unlock your potential

Ranges within the what are called the Solfeggio frequencies, the love frequency ranges near 528 Hz in addition to 432Hz ranges, have become of particular interest in Western culture as of late.

Solfeggio frequencies

Following the discovery of the ultrasound in the 1930s and its medical properties, new research burgeoned and today the ancient art of sound healing has become new field of scientific inquiry. Utrasounds are now used to treat kidney stones and shrink tumours. Infrasound and audible sound are now recognized as having healing properties.


The Aboriginal people of Australia have been using didgeridoos as a healing tool for more than 40,000 years. The Aborigines believe the use of these instruments has healed broken bones, muscle tears and aided in the recovery from a huge range of illnesses. The sounds emitted by such instrumentation are now known to be in alignment with modern approaches to sound healing.

The Egyptian and Babylonian cultures used drums and rattles, two of the earliest known musical instruments. The low frequency sounds from drums and the ultra-sounds created are now known to accelerate healing. A Greek traveler, Demetrius, circa 200 B.C., wrote that the Egyptians used vowel sounds in their rituals:


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