Frequency healing, also known as vibrational medicine or bioresonance therapy, involves the use of sound to treat diseases. The concept is based on the idea that everything has its own signature frequency and that illness is simply a disharmonic vibration of the body’s natural state of health. Frequency healing works by increasing the frequencies of healthy tissues or by interfering with the unhealthy frequencies emitted by bacteria, viruses, or disease.
Scientists have used sound to kill cancer cells, retrain the heart, and even create virtual organs. It’s also been used to relieve pain, lower blood pressure and heart rate, improve sleep, promote digestion, and help with chronic stress and depression. The concept of using sound to heal dates back thousands of years. Famed philosopher Aristotle linked flute music to strong emotions and purification of the soul, while ancient Egyptians and Pythagoras used musical chants as a form of medicine.
One of the most important aspects of frequency healing is balancing the chakras, which are spinning wheels of energy located along the spine. These energies are believed to correlate to specific emotional or physical issues, and when the chakras are out of alignment it is thought that illness can occur. Frequency healing practitioners use various techniques, including musical instruments like tuning forks, singing bowls, and chanting, to interact with the chakras’ natural frequencies and entrain them to healthier states.
Among the most popular frequencies for restoring health are the so-called solfeggio frequencies, which are based on a scale of sounds that were used by monks during Gregorian chanting. The most famous is 528 Hz, which is rumored to balance the mind, body, and spirit, boost creativity, and increase DNA repair.