528 Hz: The Miracle Vibration of Love

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The Solfeggio Frequency Scale is an ancient musical scale of 9 original sound healing frequencies, ranging from 174 Hz to 963 Hz. Each of the Solfeggio Frequencies is known for its physical and mental healing benefits and its ability to unblock Chakras or stagnant energy in the body.

528 Hz is one of the original sound frequencies, known for its ability to dispel negative energy. It is often referred to as the ‘love’ frequency and ‘miracle’ note thanks to its connection with both the spiritual and physical material around us.

Listening to 528 Hz is a full sensory experience that can have a hugely profound effect on the body, mind, and soul.

528 Hz Frequency Science

For those unfamiliar with the Solfeggio Frequencies, it can all sound a little bizarre. Can a specific sound really have an impact on physical material? 

The answer is yes. Sounds are all made up of vibrations, with the frequency referring to the speed of the vibrations. These vibrations can affect material at a cellular level and can have a holistic effect across the entire body. 

We all know the incredible effects of music listening, and the Solfeggio Frequencies simply take this to a new level. While some people listen to loud music to pump themselves up before the gym, others find soothing tunes and gentle melodies can help them drift off at night. Different frequencies have different effects on the human body and our nervous systems. 

Studies on the 528 Hz frequency science have suggested that it can even lead to a difference in cortisol levels. Cortisol is the body’s primary stress hormone, and when it’s too high you may experience a range of health issues. Studies have shown that exposure to 528 Hz music positively affected the Endocrine system, decreasing cortisol levels in the body.  

Solfeggio Frequencies

The Ancient Musical Vibrations & Meditation Enhancers Playlist

Combining relaxing piano music with the Solfeggio frequencies corresponding to the seven Chakra’s, these tracks descends through the binaural beat frequencies to the theta waves ( 8hz to 4hz) to create the ultimate conditions for meditation.

528 Hz Frequency Benefits

The 528 Hz frequency offers a range of both physical and mental beneficial effects. Known as the miracle tone or love frequency, this frequency has a close link with nature and can be found in bees, chlorophyll and even oxygen.

This frequency can help increase the absorption rate of UV light into someone’s DNA, while also helping to remove impurities that can lead to disease or illness.

The 528 Hz frequency can also have a powerful effect on our subconscious mind. It’s been known to activate imagination, intention, and intuition while improving our interpersonal relationships. Many people believe the 528 Hz frequency can awaken spirituality, leading to a greater clarity of mind. Those who regularly listen to 528 Hz may find feelings of guilt and negativity are reduced.

Listening to 528 Hz Frequency

Which Chakra is 528 Hz?

All of the Solfeggio frequencies resonate with a specific Chakra, or energy wheel, in the body. When these energy wheels are blocked, you may experience physical and mental health problems. When the Chakras are open and working smoothly, your body and mind will be functioning optimally.

The 528 Hz frequency is known for its link to the Solar Plexus Chakra. This Chakra is located in your stomach and is responsible for confidence, self-esteem and a sense of control. When the Solar Plexus Chakra is blocked, you may experience low self-esteem and trouble decision-making. On a physical level, you may experience fatigue and digestive disorders.

Listening to the 528 Hz frequency can have healing effects on various aspects of the body, but most notably the Solar Plexus Chakra. Listening to the 528 Hz frequency and some gentle yoga or mindfulness can help bring the body back into alignment and restore energy levels.

Griff Williams

MindEasy founder & meditation teacher

Griff Williams is an accredited meditation teacher and founder of MindEasy. He spent 12 years working as a London firefighter before changing paths to pursue building MindEasy. He received his diploma in meditation teaching from The British School of Meditation.