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Solfeggio Ascension Frequency LA 852 Hz

Updated on November 26, 2009

The Solfeggio 852 Hz frequency is meant to reconnect you with your true spirituality and all that is encapsulated by the word love. For those people who are experiencing a psychic awakening, or if you're someone who wants to experience such a thing, meditating to this frequency could help you achieve that state of mind and heart much faster than doing so without it. It's not necessary, obviously, but using the 852 frequency as a soul tuning can really do wonders for you and your personal well-being. There are 3 different 852 Hz video meditations below and they're all a bit different. Choose one you like (you may not like all of them as some of the styles may seem a bit strong) and then relax and see how you feel when it's done. If you enjoy it feel free to continue with the other frequencies, all of which are meant to improve different aspects of yourself. You can put these harmonics to good use in your own home with tuning forks and singing bowls as well.

Solfeggio 852 Hz

This meditation often reminds me of church bells, and who doesn't enjoy hearing church bells? The recording is clear and the frequency prominent enough that you will be able to focus on it while you listen to the background sounds. If you don't like busy visuals this video will appeal, as the colors are really the only things which change, and they are a soothing set of colors that will not distract you from the healing frequency.

Solfeggio 852 Hz

This is my favorite Solfeggio 852 as it sounds very angelic and pure. The graphics are pleasant and highly entertaining without being too distracting. The sounds are even and tempered which lets you really zone out while watching, but you needn't watch the whole video; you can simply listen to it if you prefer.

Solfeggio 852 Hz

This is a very raw Solfeggio 852 Hz frequency and it's not one I recommend for those who are ultra sensitive to sound like myself. It reminds me of the sound a TVs used to make when the signal cut out around 2 am. At the same time, some of you might really like this sort of thing and I'd encourage everyone to listen to at least the first 15 seconds to determine whether or not it's something you'd like to hear more of.

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