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Did You Know?

Vibroacoustic therapy (VAT) is a healing approach that blends vibrations and sounds to promote relaxation and address health issues. It has roots in ancient cultures but gained modern traction in the 20th century. Olav Skille, a Norwegian psychologist, has contributed significantly to VAT research. The therapy employs devices emitting low-frequency vibrations synchronized with soothing sounds, impacting the nervous system, reducing muscle tension, and influencing brainwave activity. Studies suggest potential benefits for stress, pain, anxiety, and sleep disorders, though ongoing research is refining our understanding.


Solfeggio Frequncies

Solfeggio frequencies are a set of ancient musical tones with purported therapeutic and spiritual benefits. Rooted in the medieval "solfège" system, these frequencies include six main tones: 396 Hz, 417 Hz, 528 Hz, 639 Hz, 741 Hz, and 852 Hz..  These frequencies correlate to the bodies energy centers and promote wellness properties, such as promoting emotional balance, DNA repair, and spiritual connection. While some people find comfort and relaxation in listening to music tuned to these frequencies, scientific evidence supporting their therapeutic effects remains limited, and skepticism exists within the scientific community.


Nikola Tesla once said...

"If you want to find the secrets of the universe, think in terms of energy, frequency, and vibration."

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