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Solfeggio Ascension Frequency FA 639 Hz

Updated on November 26, 2009

The 639 Hz Solfeggio Frequency is designed to help re-connect you and stabilize relationships. I've honestly not felt much use for this particular frequency yet but I have listened to it in conjunction with some of the others. I'm sure it helps on a subconscious level and that's why I continue to use it. For those who have issues in these specific areas you may get more out of it than I appear to. You can listen to them with your eyes closed or you can watch the amazingly cool graphics they often have. They're not too long but in many cases you can actually download the full length version from the company's website. Or you can find something comparable at Amazon.com. If you do buy something from an online source make sure you preview the CD or download as there are several styles and some of them may appeal more than others. Have a listen! And be sure to look into tuning forks and singing bowls as well!

Solfeggio Frequency 639 Hz

Another fabulous Solfeggio mediation video from the makers of others in this series. The 639 Hz frequency sounds inspiring and clear as a bell when you listen to the video. The graphics are fascinating in and of themselves and you will enjoy watching them even if you're not keen on hearing the Solfeggio frequency. If you enjoy it, be sure to check out the others in the series so you can get the full benefits.

Solfeggio Frequency 639 Hz

I really love the illustrations in this meditation video. The Solfeggio 639 frequency is very well done and the combination of visuals and audio is really very enthralling. There is an interesting tone that overlays everything and while at first it may seem a bit out of place it actually really pulls everything together quite nicely. You will feel like you're on a space trip, heading toward some far, far away planet by the time you're done listening!

Solfeggio 639 Hz

Right. This Solfeggio 639 frequency is only about 30 seconds long but it is seriously strong and seriously intended to get through. I will be honest and say I have a very hard time listening to it and I have yet to be able to listen to the whole 30 seconds. This is probably because I'm quite sound sensitive. At the same time, I do feel a difference even after the short period of time I hear it for. If this is your cup of tea, have at it. If not, try one of the other versions.

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