The Frequency levels of the human body

This style of medicine, also known as energy medicine or oscillatory medicine, is based on the vibrational qualities of matter for diagnosis and therapy and uses the living energy contained in elements such as crystals, sunlight, food, and plants for healing. Homeopathy, Reiki, acupuncture, crystal therapy, aromatherapy, and, last but not least, biofeedback are all examples of techniques.

The approach to disease diagnosis and treatment in energy medicine is based on scientific ideas that all matter vibrates at a certain frequency and that the equilibrium of matter can be restored by using resonant frequencies. A multitude of specialized energy distribution systems that are fueled by nutrition and oxygen, as well as a flow of vital energy known in oriental medicine as Qi or Prana, maintain the body’s cells and organs. Various things can cause this energy to be enhanced, interrupted, or blocked.

According to Quantum Physics, humans are information and energy, structured and coagulated at a macroscopic level, and this is what we perceive with our five senses on a physical level.

According to research, a healthy organism’s average frequency ranges between 62 and 78 Hz.

Vibrational medicine

When this vibrational frequency drops, the immune system is harmed in such a way that the first symptoms of cold and flu come below 58 Hz, infections like Candida develop below 55 Hz, and cancer appears below 42 Hz.

A study of the frequency spectrum of foods revealed that all processed foods have a frequency that is close to zero, implying that they lower the human body’s vibrational frequency.

Additionally, it was discovered that unprocessed foods have a frequency greater than 15 Hz, with dry foods falling between 12 and 22 Hz and fresh foods falling between 20 and 27 Hz.

But what are our options for dealing with this?

I’ve listed a few strategies for increasing vibrational frequency below.

First, it has been established that the common essential oils used in aromatherapy have a frequency that ranges from 52 MHz to 320 MHz, which can be utilized to raise the vibrational frequency. These oils’ high frequencies can produce an environment in which no bacterium, virus, fungus, or other viruses or parasites can survive.

Second, there is meditation. 

It is attained by awareness of potencies and relationships with the light meditation space, that is, with the plane of corresponding frequencies, which is active and instantaneous. The bodies are usually less profoundly involved cognitively and causally. Because the operator uses a substantial amount of energy, it should only be used when absolutely necessary.

The mental and causal bodies are involved in the passive and programmed states (extremely rare, even in the most accustomed to such practices). It goes deeper, even if most people simply do it on a surface level and only with their body consciously and causally.

Last but not least, music, although not the kind you’d anticipate, rather Baroque music, works quite well as a form of meditation.

Baroque music is well renowned for its ability to raise vibrations.

The question “Should Instruments be tuned on the frequency of 440 or on the frequency of 432 Hertz?” has been a source of contention among musicians for decades.

To unify the many frequencies previously used in concerts, an international standard of 440 hertz was adopted in 1955. Whether it’s due to conspiracy theories or not, some musicologists still believe that the frequency of 432 Hertz elevates the music to a new level, making it more complete and tranquil.

The frequencies emitted by instruments have likely varied effects on the human body, according to some research and music specialists. According to philosopher Rudolf Steiner, music at a frequency of 432 Hertz provides a spiritual uplifting impact.

Mozart’s music’s frequency

Mozart’s music has been shown to activate cortical brain networks related to cognitive and concentration processes, according to researchers at Sapienza University in Rome. However, not all types of music can achieve these results.

The data was collected before and after the groups listened to Mozart’s “L’allegro con Spirito” from Sonata for two pianos in D major K448, as well as Ludwig van Beethoven’s “Fur Elise.”

After listening to Mozart’s composition, the results showed an intensification of alpha waves and mid – frequencies-characteristic of a brain activity associated with intelligence quotient, memory, cognition, and ease of solving problems in both adults and healthy old people, according to the researchers.

The constant repeating of the melodic line is a key aspect of Mozart’s music, according to researchers. As a result, any aspects of surprise that might divert the listener’s attention away from the music’s logic are removed. Every melodic part is handled in such a way that the listener’s expectations are fulfilled. Another study found that listening to Mozart’s composition can improve spatial cognition for a short period of time.

Symphonic music activates the brain 90% of the time, whereas light music or tango, for example, only activates the brain 50% of the time.

Furthermore, no music can approach the level of baroque music, which includes composers such as Mozart, Bach, Telemann, Handel, and Wagner, whose sound waves contain frequencies that fall within the zone of optimal brain activity activation.

Some claim that listening to Baroque music causes neurons to develop a cyclic activity rate of 8 to 12 cycles per second, which only occurs in geniuses! Only geniuses have it indefinitely, whereas a person who listens to this type of music has it for as long as he listens to music, which is sufficient because it increases memory.

Attempting to elevate our frequency to a level above 800 MHz is something we can do, but it seems nearly impossible; if we succeed, practically no disease will harm us.

If we choose a particular remedy and it resonates with the frequency of the organ in disharmony, then it will transform the blocked field and frequency of disharmony into an ordered field and a harmonic frequency, restoring the state of equilibrium.

It is stated that rhythm stirs instincts, melody awakens emotions, and harmony arouses intellect!