The History Of Solfeggio Frequencies
Solfeggio Frequencies may be a way of tuning ourselves into perfect Harmony.
The original Solfeggio Frequencies are an ancient tonal scale, whose origin can be traced back to Gregorian Chants or Hymns especially the Hymn of St. John the Baptist. This is according to Professor Willi Apel, who wrote the Book Gregorian Chant back in 1958.
The Solfeggio Frequencies were rediscovered by the late Dr. Joseph Puleo a naturopathic physician in the mid-1970’s. During his investigation of these frequencies he became convinced that our modern day musical scale is out of sync when compared with the original Solfeggio scale.
Dr. Leonard Horowitz also discovered them while researching his book “Healing Codes for the Biological Apocalypse”. Dr. Horowitz has continued his research into the power of the ancient Solfeggio frequencies and now refers to this ancient musical scale as “The Perfect Circle of Sound” due to its immaculate symmetry of mathematics that we call sacred geometry.
He has since deduced there are three more perfect notes which should be added to this scale. They are the 174 hz, 285 hz at the bottom of the scale, and the 925 hz at the top, therefore, we now see 9 Solfeggio frequencies in meditations that are offered.
These frequencies are being used for their healing and balancing properties and are thought to have been hidden by the church approximately 800 years ago because of their powerful abilities.
Frequently Asked Questions:
Q: Do I have to listen to these frequencies through headphones?
A: No. These frequencies don’t include binaural beats which would require headphones to achieve the best results.
Q: Should I listen to the pure frequency tone or can I add it to my favorite meditation or instrumental track?
A: Both 🙂 You can either listen to the pure tones but I recommend that you add it to your favorite relaxing instrumental track or meditation to have a new experience
Q: Do I have to listen to each of these for an hour at a time?
A: The longer you can use these frequencies the better but you don’t have to listen to each of them everyday for an hour to achieve results.
Q: Can I listen to these while I sleep?
A: Yes, you can listen to these while sleeping but you won’t receive as much benefit if you were doing the exercise described in the link below.
To learn how to use Solfeggio Frequencies, here is a great exercise and resource: http://www.ehow.com/how_7451207_use-solfeggio-frequencies.html
Here are two other great resources on these types of audios that I highly recommend you check out: