If you’re like me, the idea that sound frequencies can actually heal your mind and body sounds pretty far-fetched. But there’s some growing scientific evidence that it’s true and that sound healing frequencies may help alleviate psychiatric issues and stimulate the body to heal itself physically by way of gene signaling.
There are a number of different ways to experience healing frequencies, but the easiest is by listening to music or soundscapes that feature them. Some of the most popular healing frequencies include 528 Hz (the love frequency), 396 Hz, 432 Hz (the “healing frequency“), and 963 Hz (the pineal gland frequency).
The 528 Hz frequency is believed to help balance and rejuvenate the whole body, including the physical, emotional, and spiritual levels. It is thought to promote healing and DNA repair at the cellular level and to increase feelings of love, harmony, and joy. This frequency also helps to relieve stress, tension, and pain, both emotional and physical.
396 Hz is believed to be associated with releasing negative emotions, especially fear and guilt. It can also be helpful in resolving conflicts and improving interpersonal relationships. 432 Hz is often used to reduce inflammation and support the immune system, as well as to promote mental clarity and balance.
This frequency is linked to gamma brain waves and is known to improve memory. It is useful in the treatment of Alzheimer’s because it can stimulate neural responses and reduce beta-amyloid plaques.