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Crystal Sun is a frequency advocate focused on “Raising Frequency Awareness” as a high vibrational music producer, transformational speaker & podcast host of Level Up Your Frequency. With 25 years of experience working as a singer, songwriter, music producer, coupled with a background in music theory and classical voice, Crystal earned the opportunity to work alongside some of the top music producers from Hollywood to New York City
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Healing frequencies are used in holistic and eastern medicine to treat an array of ailments, including everything from anxiety and depression to menstrual cramps and insomnia. Healing frequencies are a type of sound wave therapy to induce a state of ease and harmony in the body.
Healing frequencies are a type of sound wave therapy to induce a state of ease and harmony in the body. Different frequencies of sound can have a different effect on human brain activity. It’s believed that once a new frequency gets introduced to your brain, your brain waves feel compelled to sync to it — effectively launching you into a different “brain state” and having an overall holistic effect on your body.
What are the benefits of healing frequencies?
There are many issues that healing frequencies are said to help alleviate. While there isn’t a ton of research to back up the benefits of sound healing, some of the most commonly reported benefits are:
– Reduced stress and anxiety
– Increased focus, concentration, and motivation
– Improved confidence
– Improved sleep
– Better long-term memory
– Deeper meditation
– Lower cholesterol
– Fewer mood swings
An Italian Benedictine monk named Guido of Arezzo was looking for ways to teach melodies and harmonies to monastic choirs. He came up with “ut re mi fa sol la” to help express a musical scale, which eventually turned into what we now know as “do re mi fa so la ti do” (introduced in the 19th century).
Solfeggio is based on the word solfège, the name for this notation method of teaching pitch and sight singing. The solfeggio frequencies are part of this six-tone scale and can be heard in the famous Gregorian Chants. And, interestingly enough, research suggests that singing these ancient chants relieves fatigue and alleviates depression.