LoFi Beats to Relax & Study | Relaxing LoFi Music 2020 | LoFi Beat For Studying | 528Hz Miracle Tone (1 Hour track)
This 1 hour Relaxing Lo-Fi Beat for Studying has been tuned to 528Hz and a 174Hz Solfeggio Frequency has been added to this track. “Lo-Fi” is a term that is used to describe music that highlights its imperfections and other sounds that would be thrown out in a normal studio recording to create something that is more ambient, relaxing and tranquil. We have also added the sound of waves crashing on the beach to help soothe and relax an over stimulated brain. You can read more about each of these things in detail below.
174Hz - 174 Hz, known to be a natural anesthetic, affects us on the lowest plane - namely that of our physical body and energy. This Solfeggio frequency relieves pain and eases tension. Like magic, it absorbs into the brain tissues to enhance a person’s emotional power. This gives the physical workings and organs a great sense of love, courage, comfort and security. While listening to this frequency, many people observe their breath gradually slowing down, making them very relaxed as they drift off to quiet meditation. In a recent Harvard University study entitled “Music as Medicine” research proved that patients listening to solfeggio frequency music recovered much more quickly and achieved a more positive mental status than non-listeners.
528Hz - The 528 Frequency corresponds to the musical note MI and comes from the phrase "MI-ra gestorum" in Latin, which means "miracle." This is why it is referred to as the "miracle tone." Even more fascinating is that this frequency is used by genetic biochemists to repair broken DNA - the genetic blueprint upon which life is based. It has an electromagnetic frequency of 528 and produces overall healing and peace. It also assists in blancing and tuning the Solar Plexus Chakra which boosts self-confidence and self-esteem
Rain and Water sounds induce what is known as sound-awareness within meditation, which produces an easy way to regain control over stressful thoughts in a constructive manner. Studies show that most individuals love the sound of rain and other water noises because they are perceived as non-threatening, and because they actively block out sudden noises that trigger stressors. The simple and repetitive sound of water allows individuals to rest an overstimulated brain.