When was the last time you shivered and felt that this moment was different from everyone else?
This happened to us while listening to Solfeggio frequencies. They stimulated the primary and instinctive feelings we carry within us but are unaware of. We felt them more than we heard them. It was as if we were returning to a home we no longer knew. The primary force led us in a specific direction. We resisted it for a while, then we surrendered to it. The more we thought, the more reason became intangible. We indulged. The result is rooms and suites named after Solfeggio frequencies.
What are Solfeggio frequencies?
Solfeggio frequencies bring us back to the original tones of the Universe and encourage our body to balance and harmony.
The solfeggio frequencies form the ancient 6-tone scale used in sacred music in the singing of Gregorian chants. The melodies and specific tones of the Solfeggio scale sung in harmony signified a spiritual blessing. Each solfeggio tone consists of a well-defined frequency. Today, we know the Solfeggio scale as seven descending notes associated with the Do-Re-Mi-Fa-So-La-Ti scale. The original scale used 6 descending notes marked Ut-Re-Mi-Fa-Sol-La.
Why are Solfeggio frequencies used?
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Where do Solfeggio frequencies come from?
Solfeggio frequencies are part of the Universe. They are timeless - divine.
The Solfeggio scale was first written by the Benedictine monk Guido d'Arezzo (c 991 AD - c. 1050 AD.) As an aid to facilitate the learning of chants and melodies. The syllables of the rock originate from the Praise to John the Baptist, Ut Queant Laxis, by Paulus Diaconus.
Ut laxis Resonare fibris
Mira gestorum Famuli tuorum
Solve polluti Labii reatum