The Solfeggio Frequencies are said to make up an ancient musical scale, once lost but now revived and revered by many.
Those new to the concept can expect to find online a minefield of information that is difficult to decipher: awash with mystical stories, anecdotal musings and wild claims.
One thing's for sure though, it's interesting and, having studied music, my mind has been encapsulated with this subject for some time.
So, it was about time I wrote on this subject and brought everything you need to know about the Solfeggio Frequencies into one digestible piece.
So grab a cup of for this, as it's a deep 7-minute read that will hopefully help you understand the Solfeggio scale and its surrounding myths and truths.
Frequencies – Music & Healing
One of Shakespeare’s most famous quotes is: “If music be the food of love, play on.”
Music has indeed been the source of many an inspirational quote, with many likening it to a universal language. And like all languages, it has evolved over time.
But it’s more than jazz, rock and roll, the blues or gospel, to name a few relatively recent genres. It has a rich history that some regard as being rooted if not in religion, certainly in spirituality.
Indeed, many deep thinkers have written essays on its therapeutic and mood-altering qualities and studies of sound show us that music is all about frequencies and vibrations. Indeed, musical notes are just that.
The Solfeggio Frequencies are linked to mathematics and religion — which we'll get to in a minute — and are said to have a powerful impact on one’s state of mind and health.
Before we explore the healing properties linked to the Solfeggio scale, let's just acknowledge that music and healing are synonymous and this is nothing we don't know already.
It really is not far fetched at all to think that music can heal the body and reduce mental and physical suffering. Science has proven this to be true.
Indeed, to quote Dr Kamaroff of Harvard Medical:
Music seems to slow heart rate, lower blood pressure, and reduce levels of stress hormones. It can also provide some relief to heart attack and stroke victims and patients undergoing surgery.
Research suggests that music may promote the brain's ability to make new connections between nerve cells. Another idea is that it works its magic through its rhythms.
Humans are rhythmic beings: Our heartbeat, breathing, and brain waves are all rhythmic. The human brain and nervous system are hard-wired to distinguish music from noise and to respond to rhythm and repetition, tones and tunes
Ancient societies have used the power of musical rhythm to hypnotise, heal and induce states of higher consciousness for centuries – indeed the theory behind the repetitive, rhythmic entrainment of binaural beats works on the same principal.
Scientific studies back up Dr Kamaroff's words, and music has shown music to be effective at reducing stress and pain. This study concluded that:
Spontaneous live harp music significantly decreased patient perception of pain by 27% in a ICU setting. The reduction in patient's perception of pain supports the introduction of live harp music into the ICU as a non-invasive means to reduce patient pain.
And this study showed that:
Music listening impacted the psychobiological stress system. Listening to music prior to a standardized stressor predominantly affected the autonomic nervous system (in terms of a faster recovery), and to a lesser degree the endocrine and psychological stress response.
What Are the Solfeggio Frequencies?
Many will remember the Sound of Music song, “Doe, a deer…” that encapsulates modern musical scale, as in:
Doe, a deer, a female deer
Ray, a drop of golden sun
Me, a name I call myself
Far, a long, long way to run
Sew, a needle pulling thread
La, a note to follow Sew
Tea, a drink with jam and bread
That will bring us back to Do (oh-oh-oh)
This vocal note scale (do, re, mi, fa, so, la ,ti, do) is known as solfege and is adapted from an invention by an 11th century monk named Guido D'Arezzo.
D'Arezzo made many improvements in music theory and reworked standard notation to be more user-friendly by adding time signatures. To this day, this innovation has affected every modern vocalist.
Solfege in its original form can be found in Hymn to St. John the Baptist. It begins “ut (rather than do), re, mi, fa, so, la.”
And this is where the Solfeggio Frequencies story resonates from.
Guido put a melody to the Hymn to St. John the Baptist to teach his students how to sight-read a piece of music.
Prior to this melody system, chants for monks were passed down by rote learning and may have taken up to 10 years to learn all they had to.
With just small changes, we still use Guido’s system of sight singing and musical notation today.
It is said that the original musical scale (the Solfeggio Frequencies are found in this Hymn), of which the first stanza reads:
Ut queant laxis
So that your servants may, with loosened voices, resound the wonders of your deeds, clean the guilt from our stained lips, O Saint John.
The hymn is sung to a Gregorian chant, technically the original do-re-mi music. Indeed, the 6-tone scale is said to be widely used in Gregorian Chant thereafter.
If you didn't know, Gregorian chant is a form of unaccompanied sacred song with its roots in the Roman Catholic Church. It developed mainly in western and central Europe during the 9th and 10th centuries, with later additions and redactions.
Professor Willi Apel, a German-American musicologist and noted author of a number of books devoted to music, noted that upon analysis, what's peculiar about Hymn to St. John the Baptist is that the first six lines of the music commence respectively on the first six successive notes of the scale, and therefore the first syllable of each line is sung to a note one degree higher that the first syllable of the previous line.
And this was just half of the story…
How the Solfeggio Frequencies Were Discovered
Leading on from what Apel had noted, Dr Joseph Puleo, a neuropathic physician and one of the US’ leading herbalists began to research the Solfeggio frequencies in the mid-1970s.
In his examination of the Bible, he found in Chapter 7, Verses 12-83 that there were a pattern of six repeating codes around a series of sacred numbers 3, 6 and 9.
When he deciphered these using the ancient Pythagorean method of reducing the verse numbers to their single digit integers (now known as modular 9 arithmetic), the codes revealed a series of six electromagnetic sound frequencies that corresponded to the syllables from the Hymn to St. John the Baptist.
“UT, RE, MI, FA, SO, LA.”
Each is said to correspond to a colour and hertz frequency with its own quality.
Puleo deciphered them as follows.
UT – 396 Hz – Liberating Guilt and Fear
RE – 417 Hz – Undoing Situations and Facilitating Change
MI – 528 Hz – Transformation and Miracles (DNA Repair) and derives from the phrase “MI-ra gestorum”. In Latin it means “miracle”. This it is claimed is the exact frequency used by genetic biochemists to repair broken DNA – the genetic blueprint upon which life is based)
FA – 639 Hz – Connecting/Relationships
SOL – 741 Hz – Awakening Intuition
LA – 852 Hz – Returning to Spiritual Order
To quote Nikola Tesla, the late and great Serbian-US genius and father of electromagnetic engineering:
If you only knew the magnificence of the 3, 6 and 9, then you would hold a key to the universe.
And the 3, 6, and 9 are the fundamental root of the Solfeggio Frequencies.
The number 9 certainly has special qualities. Multiply it by any number between 1 and 10 and you get a double-digit number the individual integers of which add up to 9.
Albert Einstein said:
Concerning matter, we have been all wrong. What we have called matter is energy, whose vibration has been so lowered as to be perceptible to the senses. There is no matter.
What he meant was that all matter vibrates at specific rates and everything has its own melody.
Modern science has perhaps begun to recognise what the ancient mystics and wise men have told us for centuries: that everything is in a constant state of vibration. Everything down to the smallest physical particle to the things we cannot perceive with our (yet) limited senses.
The most elemental state of vibration is that of sound. Everything has an optimum range of vibration (frequency), and that rate is called resonance.
Why Was the Solfeggio Scale Lost?
Some will tell you its a conspiracy, and that it was quite deliberate.
Indeed, there is a hint of truth in this.
In 1100 CE, a new secular music movement began. This separation of Church from music rapidly gained pace. This new “folk” music was looked down upon as pagan and blasphemous by the Church, but regardless, modern music moved on and gave birth to many great composers.
Lost in the midst, some say, was the ancient scale. The Solfeggio Frequencies.
But rather than a global or domestic conspiracy, the scale was lost because times moved on. Throughout history, different tuning applications have been used and it took a long time for a standard to appear. Things evolve and adapt. That's life.
Some argue that we couldn't have known the exact tone (from which we can derive the frequencies) that Guido D' Arezzo originally taught this melody in.
Others say that since Guido knew the chant repertoire (because he was a monk) and was able to write the melodies down, we know what those melodies actually sounded like and have a clear reference.
It is said that ancient tuning practices used a system of tuning known as “Just Intonation”.
The method of Just Intonation featured pure intervals between every note that were mathematically related by ratios of small whole numbers leading to a much purer sound.
The tuning practice adopted for Western cultures during the 16th century and used today is known as “Twelve-Tone Equal Temperament”.
According to the late Joachim Ernst-Berendt, a German music journalist who specialised in jazz, the 12-Tone Equal Temperament mistunes all consonant intervals except the octave.
Some argue our modern scale is oppressive in that it creates “boxed-in” thinking and suppressed emotions, is fear-based or lacking in consciousness, all of which then tend to manifest in negative physical symptoms
The same critics say our modern day musical scale is out of sync and dissonant when compared with the original Solfeggio Frequencies scale.
It's possible, and perhaps why people warm quickly to the Solfeggio scale. The same can be said of A=432 concert pitch, which many musicians now choose as a preference as it is closer to the natural frequency resonance of the Earth.
When we are in resonance, we are in balance. Every organ and every cell in our body absorbs and emits sound with particular optimum resonate frequency.
For example, 528 Hz tuned music is said to create resonance in our physical, mental, emotional and spiritual body.
This is why certain composers like Paul McCartney use this tuning. For example, here he is playing Let It Be in the 528 Hz frequency:
How Do the Solfeggio Frequencies Link to King David?
Okay, so this is where the rabbit hole goes deeper.
I could have tied this in earlier but I'm trying my best to separate out the elements so that you aren't overwhelmed with information.
In essence, this is a separate theory, but one that you're likely to come across and one that does tie in somewhat with Dr Joseph Puleo's research.
Christians say that King David passed the secret scale on to Solomon, and sometime after Soloman the tones were lost in history.
David was inspired to create the six tones with the strings on his lyre. These six tones are all used within the psalms, also created by David.
The mathematics of the tones matches the mathematics of the psalms (gematria – see definition below). Solomon used the tones and the gematria in the creation of the Song of Songs, also a psalm.
Gematria is an Assyro-Babylonian-Greek system of alphanumeric code or cipher later adopted into Jewish culture that assigns numerical value to a word, name, or phrase phrase in the belief that words or phrases with identical numerical values bear some relation to each other or bear some relation to the number itself as it may apply to Nature, a person's age, the calendar year, or the like. A single world can yield multiple values depending on the system used. – Wikipedia
During the creation of Gregorian chant, the Solfeggio tones were supposedly rediscovered and based on five notes. Later, a sixth note was added. These were based on the discoveries of Pythagoras and his harmony of the spheres.
Musica universalis (literally universal music), also called Music of the spheres or Harmony of the Spheres, is an ancient philosophical concept that regards proportions in the movements of celestial bodies—the Sun, Moon, and planets—as a form of musica (the Medieval Latin term for music). This “music” is not usually thought to be literally audible, but a harmonic, mathematical or religious concept.
The idea continued to appeal to thinkers about music until the end of the Renaissance, influencing scholars of many kinds, including humanists. Further scientific exploration has determined specific proportions in some orbital motion, described as orbital resonance. – Ref: Wikipedia
Many Christians say the Solfeggio Frequencies literally bring you back to the original tones of the heavenly spheres and put your body into a balanced resonance and that Solfeggio music is the key to the universe. You can either throw it away or you can use it to find healing and harmony, health and well-being.
Others argue that religion has hijacked a more logical concept and that while music has healing properties, specific tones do not have the medical research to back them up.
Looking back at the scientific papers referenced earlier, music-based interventions have a positive impact on pain, anxiety, mood disturbance and quality of life in cancer patients.
Advances in neurobiology may provide insight into the potential mechanisms by which music affects these outcomes.
However, it is generally agreed that more research is needed to determine what subpopulation of cancer patients is most likely to respond to music-based interventions, what interventions are most effective for individual outcomes and what measurement parameters best gauge their effectiveness.
In other words, it has not been adequately researched to peer standard and involve too small a group of subjects with poor methodology.
Oliver Sacks, Clinical Professor of Neurology at Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York, says:
What an odd thing it is to see an entire species—billions of people – playing with listening to meaningless tonal patterns, occupied and preoccupied for much of their time by what they call ‘music’.
The Solfeggio Frequencies, My Final Thoughts
Two things are very real here:
1. This scale has basis in pythagorean theory, a big, albeit slightly mystical history, and is a living entity as a functional musical scale.
Using simple mathematics, Pythagoras was able to describe the basis of almost all musical scales, including the pentatonic, the Western, the chromatic and the Arabic scales.
Pythagoras could answer the question: Why are these notes and scales special? The answer is that they are formed in a simple, systematic, and mathematical manner. Most importantly, Pythagoras showed that the notes are not random or arbitrary and that they could be understood on a deeper level.
Pythagoras’s discoveries bring up a deeper ‘psychology’ question: scales were first developed by ear: we – and the Neanderthals – choose these particular notes before there was any understanding of mathematics or physics. The notes were chosen simply because they were pleasing to the ear. But, as it turns out, the scales also follow basic mathematical constructs. So the question is, what does this say about our likes and emotions? Is there a mathematical/physical basis to them, as well? ~ Source: Music of the Spheres & Lessons of Pythagoras
2. Science has shown, and continues to show, that music has healing properties, many which may yet beyond our understanding.
However, there are no peer-reviewed studies that show evidence of the Solfeggio Frequencies being any better at healing than others; of let's say a harp at 440 Hz vs a harp at 528 Hz.
But there is research on specific frequencies of binaural beats such as 6 Hz and 40 Hz having positive effects on stress reduction and memory – and that isn't dissimilar: See reference studies here, and here, respectively. As mentioned previously, throughout ancient civilisations, the rhythmic qualities of music have been used to stimulate and entrain the brain for healing.
Also consider that funding for music-intervention studies is difficult to come by; I mean: what pharmaceutical company is going to fund research into an area that might cause people to take fewer pills?
There's no profit in lifestyle changes that benefit the consumer.
I find that a lot of people simply reject this ancient scale because of its Biblical links. I think this is short-sighted and simply ignores the Pythagorean influence and history of Guido D' Arezzo and the Gregorian Chants.
I am not a Christian, but I accept that Christianity has a deep history that has a huge influence on music and indeed music tuning today. The foundations of music were shaped within the Church, and it was the aforementioned secular split from the Church that paved the way for the big composers.
That said, we can't be sure of the true history of the frequencies and whether the mathematical calculations worked out thousands of years later hold the significance being assigned to them.
What we do know is that music can be tuned to these frequencies, and when used properly it works well and sounds just as good as the modern standard scale.
Personally I really enjoy music composed in the Solfeggio scale and have to say that I do connect with it and it enhances my listening pleasure – particularly in meditation-type music.
Indeed, the music I buy from this store uses the ancient scale in the tuning of its instrumentation as a complementary addition.
I am not alone either, and you will find numerous anecdotal accounts mirroring mine on the internet.
I'd prefer not to argue whether all the various claims surrounding the Solfeggio Frequencies are real or not. Listening to music that makes you feel good can never be a bad thing: it potentially lowers your heart rate, reduces the level of cortisol (the stress hormone) in your body and releases serotonin (the happy chemical) in your brain.
That is positive experience.
Music is to be shared, explored and enjoyed. And if it heals people; if it helps people free themselves of pain and stress, or perhaps even disease, then let's try to encourage that and research further as best we can.
I will be updating this post as I research further. I'd love to hear from anyone else with further information on this topic, and from anyone who thinks I am interpreting any of this information wrongly. Please leave your comments below.
Nathalie Claude says
thank you so much for all the info.
Did I unterstand correctly?
If I want to make music in solfeggio scale
I pick one of the frequencies, say 528 which is something like a c1 right? and so I take this as a base note… but what notes can I use along with it?
Often, when listening to solfeggio online, there are other harmonies going along- but I never found out, which ones are used… or if there is a rule.
Can you help me understand?
As I understand it, you would set the tuning of your music project in your Digital Audio Station (Logic, Ableton, or other) to the desired frequency. If you play in live instruments they would need to be tuned to the frequency you want, or retuned inside the DAW.
Those who play a single instrument (live) in one of the Solfeggio frequencies would tune the instrument accordingly before playing.
I am in desperate need of R. Van den Broek’s website and articles. Can you please forward it to me? I am verty intrigued and want to look into his research.
Thank you for your article.
Hey Kimberlee, Google his name and there are many links to his work.
Hi. You say, “The codes revealed a series of six electromagnetic sound frequencies that corresponded to the syllables from the Hymn to St. John the Baptist: UT, RE, MI, FA, SO, LA.”
I have done a lot of research, and have not read this before. I’m starting to assume that the tones should be called, “The Puleo Frequencies”–not to undermine their success rate, but because I can’t find a link between Guido d’Arezzo and the so-called Solfeggio Frequencies.
I know that Puleo got the frequencies from reading the Book of Numbers, but I haven’t read anything about the frequency of the six mathematical deductions being linked to Guido d’Arezzo’s six notes.
You just assumed this? I have not read anything to this effect. If you did, can you kindly direct me to its location?
Elaine Sloan says
I’ve been studying frequencies for over 20 years now. A friend of mine has the site Calming Harp. He tunes to 430. Playing this music along with clothing and bedding in natural clothes ( which has a high frequency and increases the electricity of the body) I was able to get my special needs son off over half the pharmaceuticals he was on. Further research shows Gen 1:3 And God (Elohim is plural) said ( I read Hebrew) the word ‘said’ H559 in strong lexicon is pronounced amar in English. One of the definitions is ‘utter’. Look familiar? So do a word search on utter, you come up with the root word UT, hmmmm. Could it be the Elohim created the light with a frequency? Sang the universe into being ?
That’s amazing. I’m so pleased for your son. Healing music can be so beneficial for all.
Maia Trayhorn says
Hello. I am a musician and healer, and have recently got a new Instrument – A Solfeggia – made in 99 pure quartz crystal and tunes in the 6 solfeggio.frequences.
But I am confused. As I hear the original Hymn to St. John the Baptist, it is played in the normal scale, we use today – each lines one tone higher. But the solfeggio tones are seperate frequencies and not a scale.
How does that fit together??
Hi Lawrence, in their early days playing in Hamburg the Beatles met Ray Charles’ band who told them that if they were going to sing all night they should tune down half a step as it is easier on your voice.
Lots of soul singers do it apparently, who else? Jimi Hendrix for one and Edwin Collins from Orange Juice too. Who knows who else?
Thanks for your article, your efforts are appreciated.
Lets re-tune the world!
Bye for now, love, Simon. xx
Hon. Disc. Ppe.
Ah, I didn’t know that. That’s a really fun fact. Thanks for sharing!
Excellent article really informative.
I’m presently reading John Beaulieu’s ‘Human Tuning’. Which I highly recommend if you haven’t yet read it. Discusses creation originating as sound, as mentioned in the Bible as ‘the word, Aug being mentioned in Indian teachings as the sound of creation. Also talks. About the pythagorean scale, and relates it to our health. Then goes into retuning the human biosphere using tuning forks. Well worth a read.
Thank you Anna. I will check out your recommendation.
Thank you, excellent, and reasonable synopsis of overwhelming information.
Monica Anderson says
What is some frequencies i can use for ADHD, ADD, Anxiety, & Depression.
40Hz binaural beats – Check out the research on it.
Useful and well worded. Thank you.
Goozfraba Meditation Music @frank says
This is such a good article. Have you seen the vdeio by Allana Luna on YouTube called Sonic Geometry: The Language of Frequency and Form?
It really gets into the way Solfeggio frequencies creates sacred geometry on physical matter. Amazing stuff. I’m sure it would inspire you.
md cutler says
What is M. Van den Broek Lawrence?? I’m researching for a book –that is in part—about ancient history. I would just like his information for a reference. Thanks, Darlene Cutler
Hi Darlene, sorry, I can’t remember now! You’ll have to deep dive on Google.
Harry Judge says
Thank you so much for your thorough and caring treatment of the subject of the sacred Solfeggio scale. We’re providing access to these frequencies through electro-magnetic imprinting, and it’s a gift to have resources like your article to share with and inform others. Feel free to drop us a line if you’re interested in experiencing the Solfeggios in a new way.
This looks interesting. I’ll check it out!
Been need info to read about Binaural and Solfeggio for years since thinking about 440 being used in the past for experiments. I’m very interested in what you have to offer! I’m based in Pittsburgh, PA.
Hope all is well
If I wanted to tune my harp to match the Solfeggio Frequencies how would I do that?
Hi Mary, I found this guide for you. It’s for guitar but the principles still apply: https://propheticguitar.com/solfeggio/
Karen Starr says
Its a beautifully written article and so helpful. I work as an acupuncturist and although I am definitely more a feeler than a thinker there is proven a link between treatment and the effects on the brain. loads of research actually
AS I just lit a joss stick I wondered if smells can work in the same way ie higher notes which tend to be the sweeter citrus (im a aromatherapist too)im sure thats the case. anyway not sure why im waxing lyrical I just appreciate appreciate what you have shared Karen x
Hi Karen, thank you. Apart from having lavender in my room some years back to help me sleep I’d never thought about smells in this way. But I just had a quick look for some research and it turns out your feeling was right. Have a look at this study: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5198031/
Smells have an impact on cognition, mood, and social behavior.
Wow. Something else to write about. Have a great day.
very informative article,Thanks.
I find this information very valuabe and deeply believe since everthing is “energy” that it works.
But I am confused between binaural beats and solfeggio frequencies,
What is the relationship between them
Is there an equivalence for their scale
Can or shoud they be used together or what is the better use for each
Sorry for any mistakes on my english, I am from Colombia
Think of it like this…
Binaural beats are created using two Frequencies. One frequency is sent to the left ear, and one frequency is sent to the right ear, through headphones. The mathematical difference between these frequencies is the frequency that the brain follows along to. This is called frequency following response. It is a natural neurological response, discovered over a century ago.
The Solfeggio frequencies are the frequencies of an ancient musical scale. It is a six tone scale that some point was replaced by the 12 tone scale that we use today. there is a lot of debate around its origins and the reason it was replaced, some of it historically accurate and some of it speculation.
You can use the two together, indeed the guys at BinauralBeatsMeditation.com do just that. You can tune music to one of the solfeggio frequencies.So let’s just say the piano and the strings in a musical composition are tuned to one of the frequencies on the scale. You can then create your binaural beats and lay them underneath the music. The idea is that you use a frequency from the solfeggio scale that complements the binaural beats playing underneath the music.
The benefit of using the Solfeggio tuning over modern standard tuning would be that the Solfeggio frequencies are considered to have different healing properties.
It is quite a complex subject matter to understand, but if you want to learn a bit more, this website explains things very well: https://www.mindvibrations.com/ancient-solfeggio-scale/
M. Van den Broek says
You said there is a debate as to the orgins of the solfiggio frequencies, this is sad as I’ve have shown without any doubt that it is a natural pattern that ties in with Fibonacci, prime numbers and golden ratio, all of which were known and were used. It is the blueprint of nature, howitze came up with it being used by monks, all though correct , it is not the source, I contacted him, but he doesn’t want to know, likely of fear that it diminishes the importance of his book. But like the masterbuilders and all ancient temples they build in accordance with gods measures, music too.
It’s difficult to say. There’s a number of historical references and lines linked to these frequencies but regardless, what we do know is that they are real: instruments can be tuned to these frequencies and many people really enjoy the feeling they get when listening, and many report healing – both mentally and physically. Modern science recognizes the power of music to heal. Harvard wrote a paper on the ways music has helped patients with pain and high blood pressure, so we know that music is powerful. We also know that generally, whether in nature or technology, specific frequencies can be used to create specific outcomes, so it makes absolute sense that this power is contained within music – because after all music is sound frequencies.
M. Van den Broek says
Difficult to say? I just mentioned I’ve got the evidence. The very structure upon which these frequencies are located
I had a read over your website but didn’t find anything specific. You mean you have some ancient music sheets or relics that details the frequencies?
M. Van den Broek says
I understand you glanced over some articles
but read 336 and 334 and take the star of David the 6 days of creation and the seventh day above the first and continue now add each to a single dirt 13 is 1+3=4 etc and this with each row and you’ll get the solfiggio frequencies. These are ancient kabbalistic manuscripts. But they reveal much more. But not directly related to the subject.
Okay, I’ll check them out. Thanks.
You are my hero lawrence, honestly icant find this kind of precise writing anywhere tnx tnx tnx a lot of tnx from iran, country of culture, history and mysteries
You are welcome Saeed. I’m glad you found it useful.
R. Van den Broek says
The music of mathematics, and the music of the spheres have the same source and can indeed be led back to king David. And is full proof. It’s indeed the notes of creation. I have the original manuscript that proofs this. But this manuscript contains so much more, the structure of prime numbers to name just one who, s structure is still unknown, but in wanting to claim the millinum price my papers are not accepted because I do not have a PhD tittle. No it’s not about the money, but I have given 30 years of my life to unravel it to the point where I had to move into a old caravan unable to make ends meet. While fragments of discovery were taken by some. Perhaps it’s this greed and selfish ness that led to keeping it hidden in the first place. And perhaps it needs to stay that way. While my heart hurts for not sharing it.
So all I can say is, take them as true, but don’t wait for it to heal you, healing comes through your actions from a purified heart.
Vijayakumar P says
May the Divine Bless you with abundance and Joy.
What is your website?
I really want to read it.
You can self-publish, now, on Amazon.com and several other platforms. But you have to do your own advertising. There are guides to advertising you book to be found on YouTube.
We don’t have to be approved by a big book company, anymore. Technology has moved forward, and we are able to self-publish, now.
wow–want more info ty
Christopher Adams says
The nine solfeggio frequencies cured my ADHD, ADD, Shyness, depression and anger issues also cured cancer in sixteen out of 16 terminally ill cancer patients with in 70 days and accompanied by deep tranquility, creative insight and experiences of Ephoria. 440Hz also styfules creativity, dulls emotions and causes diseases from what I found there is a video of binaural beats side effects about 4 minutes long on YouTube. Read the millions of comments on YouTube videos how they have changed so many lives and one person said cleared all the cysts on their body off.
How did you listen to solfeggio frequencies to cure your ADHD?
Joanna Compston says
Thankyou .. inspirational 😁
No worries Joanna. Glad you enjoyed the post.
Thank you for this extremely well written piece on the Solfeggio Frequencies. I have just started to experiment with an app based on these frequencies and am compelled to say that there is something in them. Your above explanation has helped to further my understanding of them. Cheers!
Thank you Natalie. I’m glad you found it useful 🙂