Solfeggio frequencies are sound frequencies used for healing purposes.
The history of these healing sounds is fascinating.
It turns out that such sounds were sung accurately in the context of ancient Gregorian chants, but the exact frequency, technique and knowledge of their healing properties were lost somehow later in the history of mankind.
It was Dr. Joseph Puleo, who rediscovered the Solfeggio sounds in the 70s by finding the frequencies (measured in Hertz) of these unique healing sounds.
The interesting thing is that Puleo found that these frequencies appear encoded in the Bible, in the book of Numbers
A notorious scientific validation that these patterns can be used as vibratory frequencies of healing, is the fact that the frequency of 528 Hz is precisely the one used by geneticists today to repair damage to human DNA.
Why are they called Solfeggio sounds?
In music theory, “Solfeggio” (solfeggio) is the vocalization of tones on a music scale (also called “solfa”, or syllables).
The original scale Solfeggio was composed of six tones.
The names of these six original sounds (Ut, Re Mi, Fa, Sol, La) came as abbreviations of the first stanza (in Latin) of the famous Medieval hymn “Ut queant laxis”, written by Paul the deacon in the 8th century AD. for the feast of the birth of Saint John the Baptist:
“Ut queant laxis Resonare fibris
Mira gestorum Famuli tuorum
Solve polluti Labii reatum
Sancte Iohannes “
There are many translations and interpretations of this text in Latin, but ultimately, it is an imploration to Saint John to “cleanse our lips contaminated from sin”, so that we can “sing with loose vocal cords the wonders” of his acts.
Are these secret frequencies different from those of the modern diatonic scale?
These frequencies are quite different from those of the modern musical scale (also known as the diatonic scale) of do-re-mi-fa-sol-la-si (or “ti”), which in English translates as C-D-E-F-G-A-B. For example, the “do” or “C” of the modern diatonic scale vibrates at a frequency of approximately 256 (central DO on the piano) or 512 Hz (one octave higher than the C-average), while the “do” of the Solfeggio scale vibrates at a frequency of 528 Hz.
What are the healing properties that are attributed to the original frequencies of Solfeggio sound?
The first frequency is used to get rid of the negative field, which means getting rid of fear and guilt.
The second frequency is used to allow and create a positive change.
The third frequency is considered the frequency of transformation and miracles, as well as DNA repair.
The fourth frequency is the frequency of love and unity.
The fifth frequency is the frequency of intuition and enlightenment.
The sixth frequency is used for spiritual vision and awareness.
Are these frequencies also related to the Chakras?
In addition to the above description of the healing properties that are normally attributed to Solfeggio sounds by many spiritual healers, healing musicians, scientists and researchers, I have personally found that these frequencies also resonate with the first 6 chakras, from the bottom up.
If you already have practical knowledge about the chakras and listen to these healing frequencies, you will feel the vibrations of the first frequency in the first chakra, the vibrations of the second frequency in the second chakra and so on, until you reach your sixth chakra.
So the fifth frequency, for example, also works with your throat chakra and with the problems associated with it.
Considering the above, it is clear to me that people can use the Solfeggio frequencies to balance and “tune” their chakras in a pleasant, fast and quite simple way, just by listening to the sound frequencies.