What Are The Solfeggio Frequencies?

February 08, 2019 2 min read

What Are The Solfeggio Frequencies?

Solfege is the vocal note scale that is used in music. You will probably have heard professional singers using the tune of ‘Doe a deer’ to warm up. The notes of the scale are: do, re, mi, fa, so, la, ti, do. There is no accident in using these sounds as each represents a scale of sound that has a corresponding frequency. The further you move up the scale, the higher the tone and corresponding frequency.

There is a lot of mysticism around how this was first discovered. As such, I don’t want to go into too much of the origins and development other to say that the solfege can be found in the Bible and it is suggested that it goes back much further in history.

The solfege scale was used for melody, but also as a way to imbue energy/the divine into the songs being sung. The songs were used as ways to meet and interact with the divine for blessings, healing, enlightenment and miracles.

What Are The Solfeggio Frequencies?

The Solfeggio Frequencies use the first six vocal notes of the solfege scale. Each note has its corresponding frequency and its meaning:

  • Do (originally Ut) - 396 Hz - Liberation from all types of fear and guilt.
  • Re - 417 Hz - Assists in working with and bringing about change.
  • Mi - 528 Hz - Healing (in particular DNA), miracles, abundance and transmutation.
  • Fa - 639 Hz - Relationship healing and positive connections.
  • So - 741 Hz - Psychic development and enlightenment.
  • La - 852 Hz - Balance and spiritual awakening.

Accessing these specific frequencies may be beneficial in almost any type of spiritual and energy healing practices.

Shamballa 528 aims to connect you with the energies based on Shamballa and that of the miracle 528 frequency energies on the solfege scale. 


Craig MacLennan
Craig MacLennan

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