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The Truth About 432 Hz

Updated: Apr 25, 2023

What is the significance of 432 Hz?

Have you ever noticed that certain songs just seem to resonate with you on a deeper level? They might bring you a sense of peace, or make you feel more connected to the world around you. It's possible that the frequency of the music you're listening to has something to do with this.

Music created by Elevated State of Self that uses 432 Hz

One frequency that has gained attention in recent years is 432 Hz. This frequency, also known as "the frequency of nature," is believed by some to have a more calming and natural sound compared to the 440 Hz frequency that is standard in most music today.

This Is What Makes 432 HZ So Special

The idea that 432 Hz has special properties dates back to ancient times. The Pythagoreans, for example, believed that the number 432 was a sacred number and used it in their musical scale. It's also been suggested that the Great Pyramid of Giza was built to be in resonance with this frequency.

But what does science have to say about this? According to Dr. John Stuart Reid, Acoustic Scientist and CymaScope inventor :432 Hz is said to be mathematically consistent with the universe and has a positive effect on the body and mind."

While a majority of the scientific community can find evidence to support the claim that 432 Hz has unique healing properties, still some people do report feeling more relaxed or at ease when listening to music tuned to this frequency. It's possible that this is due to the psychological effects of music, rather than any inherent properties of the frequency itself.

Ultimately, whether or not you choose to listen to music tuned to 432 Hz is a personal decision. If you find that it resonates with you and brings you a sense of peace, there's no harm in giving it a try. At the end of the day, the most important thing is to find what works for you and helps you feel more centered and at ease.

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