“Divine Inspiration” Meditation Music | Connect to Universal Consciousness (Miracle Tone) 1 Hour Track
Connect to Universal Consciouness with this “Divine Inspiration” Meditation Music. We’ve tuned this Music to 528Hz (Miracle Tone) and we have also added a 963Hz Solfeggio Frequency to this track. You will also hear Pink Noise in this meditation, it mimics a soft static or humming and is likened to the sound of waves crashing or rain falling, creating a relaxing rhythm that entrains the brain. You can read more about each of these things in detail below.
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 balancing and tuning the Solar Plexus Chakra which boosts self-confidence and self-esteem
963Hz – This frequency is associated with awakening intuition and activating the Pineal Gland. Also called a Pure Miracle Tone, it awakens any system to its original and perfect state. For instance, when this frequency is applied to a cell, it creates what is referred to as “cellular enlightenment” and produces a transformation of the cell to a more a functional state. Known to take individuals to the highest plane of consciousness, this frequency assists individuals in returning to their Source nature of Oneness by raising positive energy and vibrations and balancing the Crown Chakra. This Solfeggio frequency is connected with the Light, and enables a direct experience with Spirit, or the non-vibrational energies of the spiritual world.
Pink Noise – Pink noise offers “noise energy” as ambient sound. Whereas white noise can sound like static, pink noise is smoother and more soothing across all frequencies. This type of noise blocks out other noises that trigger stressors and has the potential to increase stable sleep and be a great sleep aid because it reduces brain waves. A 2017 study in Frontiers in Human Neuroscience found a positive link between pink noise and deep sleep. Covering all the frequencies that the human ear can hear, the intensity of pink noise decreases as the frequency increases. It mimics a soft static or humming and is likened to the sound of waves crashing or rain falling, creating a relaxing rhythm that entrains the brain.