Solfreggio Healing Frequencies

Solfreggio frequencies are pure tones that soothe the mind and body, allowing for repair. There are 9 of them. 6 ancient, and 3 modern:

  • 174 Hz – Pain reduction, anesthetic
  • 285 Hz – Cellular Repair, Body Repair, Immunity
  • 396 Hz, – Liberation from Guilt and Fear
  • 417 Hz – Facilitating Change
  • 528 Hz (Most Famous) – Profound Transformation, Miracles, DNA Repair,
  • 639 Hz – Social Development
  • 741 Hz – Solutions
  • 783 Hz – Earth
  • 852 Hz – Spiritual
  • 963 Hz – Spiritual Awakening, Connecting to The Universe

The descriptions are not exact; there is so much overlap between the tones in reality. But in general, notice how the low end is more for body, while the high end is more associated with spirit.

Currently, I prefer the mid-low end of the spectrum. 528 Hz, and 396 Hz are my two favorites. 528Hz is actually a high C on the piano, and is the most famous, unsurprisingly. Experiment to find a tone that resonates with you, that is pleasant. My friend listens to white noise while he sleeps. You might prefer white noise to solfreggios, as it is less melodic and therefore less prone to stir emotions.

396 Hz

528 Hz

White Noise

The next EF montage will be action-packed. However, a long-term goal is to offer montages that are therapeutic in an immediate, visceral sense. This means slowing everything way down, creating fluid imagery, and incorporating pure tones like these in the soundtrack.

Are you familiar with Solfreggios, and/or other forms of sound therapy? Share your experience with music and sound healing in the comments below.



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  1. Interesting and informative post. I only knew of white noise before, and have known a couple of folks who swear by it. I certainly think any process which may help quiet the mind and body is a road worth traveling for someone seeking such relief.


  2. My husband and I have been experimenting with hertzes for several months! We definitely both used the 528. It puts me right to sleep, that’s for sure. So does white noise, for me, but my husband can’t stand white noise, so we’re opposites there. All so fascinating.

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    1. Speaking from personal experience, yes 100%. I’m rusty on my science. But the buddhist monks strike singing bowls when they meditate, same concept. And you’ve heard about brain waves, I’m sure. The idea is you’re giving your brain and body a frequency reference point. Helping everything chill down, and tune in to focus. Exactly like tuning an instrument with a digital tuner / keeping beat with a metronome. That’s the idea.


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