5 Ways Frequency Modalities are Used as Medicine

Frequencies have been used for centuries for healing, but many people don’t realize how powerful it is. Frequency – which is ultimately vibration – has the power to alter cellular structure in the body. All you have to do is watch cymatics in action to see how vibration affects matter in an organized way. Frequency has a similar effect on water.

With the right frequencies, people have been able to achieve healing to various degrees.

Frequency has been used throughout the centuries and is heavily underrated. Although many people are aware of frequency healing, they don’t usually realize it has key applications in the medical industry.

Although the effects are not always immediately visible, frequency can impact the body in positive ways. Here’s a list of 5 ways frequency is used for healing:

1. Tuning forks

Although originally designed for musicians, tuning forks are made to emit a variety of healing frequencies, most notably the Solfeggio frequencies. There are six main Solfeggio frequencies:

396 Hz, 417 Hz, 528 Hz, 639 Hz, 741 Hz and 852 Hz

The solfeggio frequencies span two octaves, and each specific frequency is said to have its own healing properties. For example, 396 Hz is said to liberate a person from negative feelings, while 528 Hz is said to repair DNA.

Why use tuning forks?

The first thing to understand about tuning forks is that they vibrate at a set frequency. A tuning fork of a specific frequency can be used to entrain the human body into that same frequency, just as one tuning fork can entrain another into its own frequency.

When two different tuning forks are struck at the same time, they create a “beat.” This beat is not the sum of both frequencies – it is an entirely different frequency.

Creating a desired frequency using beats is how binaural beats are made. Many binaural beats are frequencies outside the range of human hearing. So, two frequencies are used – one in each ear – to create an auditory perception of a tone that matches the desired frequency. For example, to create an 8 Hz tone, the audio track might play a 200 Hz tone in the left ear and a 208 Hz tone in the right ear. The difference creates the auditory perception of 8 Hz, which would normally be below the range of human hearing.

2. UVB light is used for wound care

Many people have been told that UVB light is dangerous and can cause cancer. While that is generally true, that only happens with extended exposure. Although science has connected UVB exposure to cancer, it also has wound healing properties.

For example, Advances in Wound Care published a study proving UVB’s antimicrobial healing effects on wound care. This study, along with others, demonstrates that UVB light does stimulate wound healing and is also used to stimulate the immune system when applied to blood.

The frequency of ultraviolet light is between 800 THz – 30,000 THz and UVB light wavelengths are between 280-315nm.

3. Far infrared heat

People have been using far infrared for healing for a long time. Infrared heat penetrates the body and sticks, unlike heat generated through convection. This is why people prefer infrared heaters over standard space heaters.

Several infrared medical devices on the market are used for healing, including handheld wands and entire saunas. In fact, in most major cities, healing centers usually have infrared saunas available. There are also portable saunas you can get for your house.

Far infrared heat is an excellent pain reliever, and helps alleviate neck and back pain, joint pain from arthritis, carpal tunnel, and stiff joints.

4. Crystal singing bowls

Crystal singing bowls generate specific audible frequencies with healing properties. It takes a while to learn how to get the sound going, but once you figure it out it’s easy. Singing bowls are often used in meditations and are extremely relaxing.

Some energy healers use singing bowls in their practice to aid in healing and also to help their patients relax.

5. Music

Perhaps the most common way to deliver sound therapy is through music. When Alzheimer’s and Dementia patients are exposed to music they enjoy, they tend to perk up and remember parts of their lives.

Frequency healing is the future of medicine

While there are many healing modalities that incorporate various forms of vibration, sound is probably the most popular modality. Perhaps the biggest benefit is that sound can be used to induce higher emotional states even when a subject is opposed to the change.

For example, if someone is in a bad mood and they’re exposed to a sound that induces an elevated mood, that person will have a hard time hanging onto their bad mood. The frequency will move them regardless of their input.

Since frequency is just about as non-invasive as you can get, it’s definitely the future of medicine. If not mainstream, at least it will continue to grow in the alternative space.