Below are listed the 7 main Chakras and their associated frequencies for your listening pleasure!
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174 Hz to remove body pain, especially back, legs and feet
285 Hz for energy field and to heal tissues and wounds
396 Hz (Root Chakra) to remove fear, guilt and anxiety
417 Hz (Sacral Chakra) for creativity and manifest change
432 Hz soothing sound of nature (proven to calm and lower heart rate)
528 Hz (Solar Plexus Chakra) for confidence, mental clarity, repairs DNA
639 Hz (Heart Chakra) to heal trauma and relationships
741 Hz (Throat Chakra) awakens intuition, visualization, manifestation, & communication
852 Hz (Third Eye Chakra) helps with meditation, intuition, and attracts soul tribe
963 Hz (Crown Chakra) to connect with higher self, light and spirit
In the early 1950’s Robert Monroe became interested in the use of sound frequencies for learning and healing.
Robert founded Hemi-Sync technology which uses a process to create audio patterns containing binaural beats, which are commercialized in the form of audio CDs.
The Monroe Institute was created in the early 1970s as an educational and research organization. The Institute is the world leader in human consciousness exploration. Experiential programs are offered on the main campus in Faber,
Virginia as well as 12 additional countries and online.
Using specially designed binaural beat audio-guided technology, originally developed by Bob Monroe, you will learn valuable tools to explore, navigate and use non-physical aspects of your own higher consciousness.
If you are curious and want to know more, there is another form of sound healing and that’s Maria Kaeser-Aunkofer who happens to have a beautiful singing voice that can bring healing to people and places. Click: Maria Kaeser-Aunkofer