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Solfeggio Ascension Frequency SOL 741 Hz

Updated on November 26, 2009

The 741 Hz Solfeggio Frequency is all about awakening your intuition and expanding your consciousness. Everyone has this capacity but some people could use an extra nudge every once in a while. Actually, even the most advanced souls could use that same boost every now and again! If you're trying to get closer to the universe, or trying to understand it from a new perspective or even just trying to understand your fellow man, this frequency may be the thing to help you. There are several variations of the meditation available in both audio and audio-visual form, or you can try a tuning fork and re-create the sound yourself in your throat, which is actually much more powerful than just listening to these. But if you can't do the latter, these will certainly help you on your way. Singing bowls and tuning forks are a great way to tap into these harmonic frequencies as well so do be sure to look into those forms of energy healing.

Solfeggio 741 Hz

In this recording of the 741 Hz Solfeggio frequency you clearly hear the tone but it's not overpowering and you can still relax and enjoy the other sounds. Whether you watch the video or just listen to it you will very at peace by the time it's finished. If you can listen to it with headpones in stereo that would be the best option but you can listen to it on your computer speakers and still benefit greatly.

Solfeggio Frequency 741 Hz

This version is louder and more obvious than the previous version but it's still lovely and enjoyable. In my opinion this is right at the borderline, just before it might become difficult to listen to. This is the best type of Solfeggio recording as it's not too easy and neither is it too "busy" for sensitive ears and minds. Note that the more you listen to these types of recordings the more you will be able to tolerate them. Also note that the visuals on this video are absolutely amazing!

Solfeggio 741 Hz

This Solfeggio recording of the 741 Hz frequency is a preview of a longer meditation. While I find the graphics to be very psychedelic, they are probably a bit too much so for me and I would rather listen than watch. This may not be the case with you, but if it is, remember it's what you hear that matters most and you can certainly close your eyes if you want to. You will still benefit.


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