A healing frequency is a sound wave that promotes healing at a cellular level. These frequencies are often used to help heal wounds, ease pain, improve sleep quality, boost immunity and promote spiritual awakening. They are also believed to have anti-aging benefits. Healing frequencies can be produced by a variety of musical instruments, including gongs (large metal discs that are struck with a mallet to produce deep, resonant sounds), crystal bowls, tuning forks and synthesizers. They can also be found in a variety of relaxation and meditation recordings and playlists, and are frequently used by professional sound healers, yoga instructors and massage therapists.
While it may seem like a new-age style of medicine, the use of healing frequencies goes back centuries and has been used by many different cultures as a way to support emotional, physical and spiritual well-being. It is said that we are most receptive to these frequencies when we are relaxed, so it is important to create an environment where you can relax and be free of distractions.
Once you have established a peaceful environment, it’s time to play your healing frequencies. The 528 Hz frequency is considered the “love frequency” and is known to stimulate the heart chakra, connecting us with our spirituality. It is also said to promote DNA repair and is the same frequency John Lennon wrote about in his hit song, Imagine. The 174 Hz frequency relieves muscle pain and reduces inflammation.