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Solfeggio Ascension Frequency RE 417 Hz

Updated on November 26, 2009

Solfeggio Frequencies are mystic healing frequencies which have been around for eons and are only just recently starting to make their way back into the hands of the general populace. There are 6 basic tones in the scale and each of them has its own healing specialty. In the case of the Solfeggio 417 Hz vibration the healing effects are geared toward transmutation, change, moving on from past beliefs and situations that really have no place in your present or your future. These things can be very difficult to clear away, given that the subconscious mind is often so good at musing them over and over. If you need a little extra assistance in living in the present and overcoming your past, this is a good place to start. A good mediation based on the Solfeggio 417 Hz will help transmute darker energies into light. Of all the Solfeggios, this is the one I have always felt the effects of most strongly. You may also want to read up on singing bowls and tuning forks.

Solfeggio Frequency 417 Hz

This 417 Solfeggio frequency mediation is quite good but it's a good deal more raw than the next video. Some people will prefer that sort of thing and I am not putting it down at all -- but ultra sensitive people may want to test it first. In truth, this had a very powerful relaxing effect on me after I'd sat through my first listening of it, so it definitely works wonders; by the audible flux in vibrations could be unsettling for people with noise sensitivities.

Solfeggio Frequency 417 Hz

This is a very pleasant sounding 417 Hz frequency for the Solfeggio tones, which can sometimes be a bit jolting to listen to. But not this one; it's very ethereal and heavenly sounding and if you're someone bothered by too much noise or fast-moving beats, this is probably the one you want to go with. Every time I hear it, I half expect to hear God's voice come beaming through! Very, very angelic sounding.

Solfeggio Frequency 417 Hz

This version of the Solfeggio is on my home computer and I do listen to it from time to time. It's even more raw than the first version and the 417 Hz frequency is very audible. That is not necessarily a bad thing but you may want to get used to the softer versions before immersing yourself in the stronger ones. You can either watch the video or close your eyes and focus only on the music.


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