Healing Frequencies Are Music to Your Pets' Ears
In consulting with my clients, I often suggest that they play music for their pets. It's all about creating a sense of well-being that you can hear and feel through vibration. This is especially helpful when driving your pet to the vet.
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When I work with veterinarians at their offices, I will have the Solfeggio tunes playing on low volume on my iPhone. It's so funny to me how after a short while, the vets will ask me if they are hearing music. I will take out my iPhone and share my secret weapon with them and they get so excited. Usually they'll say, "I was wondering why I started feeling so good! I want to play it all the time in the clinic."
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I also incorporate sound vibration into my practice by using tuning forks for more focused, hands-on sound vibration healing. The tuning forks are a great tool that I share with my workshop students and clients.
The main six out of the nine known Solfeggio frequencies are:
396 Hertz – vibration is associated with releasing guilt and fear
417 Hertz – vibration is associated with facilitating change
528 Hertz – vibration is referred to as the heart frequency (the love signal) and associated with DNA repair
639 Hertz – vibrations is associated with connecting and relationships
742 Hertz – vibration is associated with awakening intuition
852 Hertz – vibrations is associated with returning to spiritual order
Music is a universal language and it's a great way to create a more harmonious relationship between you and your pets. Stay tuned!
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