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April 27, 2015
April 27, 2015
Yogic Science and the Future
Recent scientific findings have shown that frequencies radiate throughout our mind and body, and just about every other place on the planet Earth. This is not news to many of us that have been using tonal healing to realign ourselves in harmony with the world around us. For those that are unaware of the connection, prepare to view the sounds that you hear in a very different manner after reading this. Many people utilize the sacred Sofeggio frequencies in their meditative and yoga practice to focus their energy as they pursue their realignment with their soul.
It has been shown that the Earth radiates a frequency at 78.8 HZ, which ironically, is shared by the human brain as well. This is no coincidence. We share this frequency with the Earth because we are made up from it. In fact, this frequency makes our brain tick in a way that makes everyday activities possible. Scientists have even taken it a step further, performing tests on subjects by emitting various frequencies on their brain to see what the effects would be. The results of the study were phenomenal. Those subjects that were forced to have scattered frequencies pumped into their brains suffered from a dysphoria that revealed the natural frequency to be an important part of human function.
It may serve a purpose to explain where the Solfeggio frequencies originated from. In very early years of human spirituality, there were found to be twelve "sacred" frequencies, which were hummed in different integrals by mystics and holy men of all walks of life. These twelve frequencies later became the twelve musical notes on the scale used to produce what we now call music. This is not commonly talked about in today's world, unless you are in pursuit of spiritual enlightenment and have done research on your own. Each frequency held its own purpose, its own magic.
It would be a disservice not to look into the meanings of each of the twelve sacred frequencies yourself, integrating them into your own meditative yoga practice on a daily basis. They have been used for centuries by those in-the-know, and even by those with no knowledge of their origin and power. After learning about them, you may find the reasons behind why you have a particular preference for specific songs written in certain keys, for they definitely hold much more than just the mere ability to entertain.
April 27, 2015
This might be probably too late but i'll pot this still. Hoping that one of you might get the same dilemma.
This a pdf discussing methodology of yoga, together with significant aspects of integration of yoga and modern medicine.
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