Meditation, Sounds and the Healing Frequency
528 hz Frequency and Meditation Sounds: How does it help with Healing?
When someone mentions Meditation and Sound Healing, does your mind instantly play a symphony beginning with “Ohm” which then cascades into a harmony of gongs, bells, chimes, and singing bowls? This is likely the case for many people. And what about the 528 hz sound frequency? For many years, meditation and sound healing was seen as a New Age practice, meant only for yogis and other spiritual groups. But we’ve come a long way. Now in the 21st century, the ancient practice of meditation is resurging as more and more people - including the scientific and medical communities - have started to embrace the healing powers of meditation.
Meditation sounds have less to do with particular instruments and more to do with vibrations. For instance, the 528hz tone of the Lovetuner vibrates to the so-called “Love Frequency” or “Healing Frequency” and aligns you with this frequency as you meditate. As you tune, the water molecules in your body align with the 528hz frequency and promote a happier and healthier state of being.
Interestingly, any sound can be used for meditation purposes. And even though some sounds are more soothing than others, even extremely “irritating” sounds present an opportunity for healing meditation. Your focus is not (or should not be) on the sound itself, but on your mind and body’s response to the sound. Yes, this means you could potentially meditate while your neighbor’s car alarm goes off in the middle of the night and you know they’ve flown out of town for the week. But no one would actually choose a car alarm as their preferred meditation sound. That’s why the Lovetuner is the perfect meditation tool to have on hand for truly peaceful meditation and inner calm.
How Does Meditation Help You?
Meditation can put your mind, body, and spirit in harmony with the world around you. When we meditate, our brain is at work trying to synchronize different regions within and forming new connections. The more often we meditate, the more we can train our mind and body to relax. We release stress, combat negative thoughts, and create new circuitry and pathways for long-term benefits.
The Lovetuner is a powerful meditation tool because it can help you achieve a meditative state in just minutes, allowing you to reap the mental, physical, and spiritual benefits of meditation more frequently and in more situations. Because of its portability, the Lovetuner is the perfect device to reach for in moments of stress, wherever and whenever they occur. And because of its pure tone and ability to align you to the 528hz Solfeggio frequency, it is the ultimate tool for longer, more focused mediation sessions as well.
As with all activities, practice makes perfect. The more you practice meditation and “tuning”, the more it can help you. Not only can you experience near-immediate physical benefits - such as regulated blood pressure - from meditating with the Lovetuner and connecting with the 528 hz frequency, but you can utilize the brain’s neuroplasticity to break unhealthy connections and build stronger, healthier pathways that flourish every time you meditate.
Focus and repetition are key when meditating, and the Lovetuner 528 hz meditation tool allows for a simple yet rich experience as you focus on holding a smooth, steady note and simultaneously practice awareness of the vibrations from your lips as they spread not only throughout your body, but into the world around you.
Different Types of Meditation Sounds and 528 hz
We may have insinuated that certain sounds are cliché when it comes to meditation, but there is a reason we associate certain sounds and instruments with meditation. For many years, chanting, gongs, tuning forks, singing bowls, chimes, drums, bells, and more instruments have been used for meditation practices. These are all great options, but we now also have access to unlimited streams of calm meditation music, and there are beautiful recordings of nature sounds as well.
While any meditation and any meditation sound is better than not meditating at all, the Lovetuner is a must-have meditation tool for those who want to optimize the health benefits of meditation. Since the heart of sound is vibration, breathing through the Lovetuner both sends vibrations through your cells and into the world around you, uniting you with the 528 hz love frequency. As you tune, focusing on your breathing and holding a steady tone will help you center yourself, all while relieving stress and helping you relax and find balance.
If you enjoy sound bath bowls that resonate to the 528 hz Sound Frequency, you will love the Lovetuner. And while listening to 528 hz music is always beneficial, using the Lovetuner allows you to create a spiritual breath, which means your exhale becomes the 528hz frequency. This spiritual breath can improve your health by strengthening your immune system, increasing your lung volume, and helping you find inner peace.
As we mentioned earlier, any sound can be a meditation sound. What makes meditation work is the focus on the breaths you take, noticing each inhale and exhale. If sensitivity to a certain sound is triggering your nervous system, notice the sound, but don’t focus on the sound. Instead, focus on your breath and allow your mind to acknowledge the irritating sound without letting your attention avert to it. It’s difficult to maintain this self-control without putting too much energy into ignoring the sound that is bothering you, and this is another reason to use the Lovetuner.
The Lovetuner helps you to bring your focus to your mind, body, and spirit as it draws your attention to not only the tone that you emit as you exhale, but the vibrations that you feel from your lips, throughout your body, and into the spiritual world to which you are connected in the 528Hz frequency.
Our favorite way to meditate is to use the healing meditation sound of the Lovetuner surrounded by the peaceful sounds of nature. Whenever possible, maximize the benefits of meditation by using your Lovetuner as you listen to waves crashing against the shore, while you enjoy a crisp morning listening to singing birds, or when you are warm and cozy indoors listening to rain pattering against the window.