Check The Solfeggio

Demand The Highest Frequency

Okay, so we’re in the information era right?  We’re being flooded with information that will alter the consciousness of mankind and yet we just remain cognitively dissonant to the music we’re digesting.

Now understand me, I’m in the music industry so my exploration of music isn’t limited to the peaceful Snatam Kaur I be having my daughters listen to.  Plus I absolutely have a weak spot for a really good trap song.  The blessing I’m granted with is knowing the effect these frequencies & vibrations will have on me.  So I utilize balance, like waking up to Bob Marley or Earth, Wind, & Fire instead of blasting Trippie Red first thing in the morning.

Just like anything balance is essential but awareness to attain it is pivotal.

Most Music today is put in 440 Hz and research shows 432 Hz is the most harmonizing frequency for music to be at.  With that knowledge of 432 Hz being our natural vibration then comes in the evidence that there are frequencies set to heal our DNA & advance it.  These frequencies are called the Solfeggio Frequencies.

6 Main Solfeggio Frequencies

Recently, Chris Brown put his entire 45 song album called ‘Heartbreak On A Full Moon’ in 528 Hz.  As you can see this is the frequency of love, balance, & DNA repair.  Other artists, producers & engineers seem to be making this leap into being responsible for the harmony of it’s listeners & eliminating the discord that 440 Hz causes.

Is this the future of music?

Until this becomes something widespread there are powerful options to even out your vibrational intake.  Morgan O. Smith has powerful meditations for this exact purpose. Check it out here!

Written by Amethyst Amaris

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