Frequency Groups

FREQUENCY GROUPS

The language of life: five essential frequency groups

The frequencies that the brain uses and transmits to the organs and cells are based on several languages spoken at the same time.

Cymatics is the science of how each frequency corresponds to a shape and how each frequency can be considered a letter of a universal alphabet used by the cells of the body as a primary form of communication. Based on this, living beings using this language daily benefit from optimal and long-lasting psycho-physical wellbeing.

The emotional and electromagnetic stress phenomena, in particular, undermine the continuity and the ability to use this form of cellular language. The usefulness of this vibrational listening is therefore of great importance to keep active the communication skills of vital processes.

In particular, the cellular languages used by our brain and body are:

Delta – Theta – Alpha – Beta


Delta

(0,5 Hz – 3,9 Hz) – Immunitary & Repair Activity

Delta frequencies harmonize and regulate hormonal and self-reparatory activity of the body. They are essential because they act in vital processes such as cardio-respiratory and allow the body to activate its immune defenses and produce hormones like endorphins, encephalins, serotonin and melatonin.

Melatonin is produced by the pineal gland that is primarily activated during sleep at night, favoring self-healing processes.

Delta frequencies are also related to hypophysis and the libido and are extremely important in keeping our body healthy and strong. They are also the most difficult to keep active because of the major electromagnetic interferences generated by high-tech communication systems that interfere negatively at the electromagnetic level, lowering our self-healing ability when we are both awake and asleep.

Theta

(4 Hz – 7,9 Hz) – Cellular Activity

Theta frequencies harmonize the activity of the subconscious and activate the cellular channel. They are of vital importance both for maintaining optimal cellular membrane potential and for optimizing energy reserves (ATP – adenosine triphosphate). They are directly involved in cellular functional processes repairing bone, cartilage, muscle and organs. They harmonize the self, facilitate cellular exchange and regeneration, allowing the immune system to activate the appropriate defenses avoiding autoimmune mechanisms (situations in which the immune system attacks healthy cells, mistaking them for sick ones). Of the Theta frequencies, we should mention the so-called “Schumann resonance” at 7.83 Hz, which our vital and cellular processes need greatly.

Life on Earth developed with this specific cellular resonance information on which biological life is based (Schumann resonance at 7.83 Hz). Today, it is constantly overwhelmed from electromagnetic pollution generated by scientific progress and radio and microwave technologies.

Already in the 1970s, spacecrafts were equipped with terrestrial magnetic fields; only using this technological system recreating Schumann’s resonance we can survive in space.


Alpha

(8 Hz – 12,9 Hz) – Biochemistry and Metabolism

Alpha frequencies harmonize the activities of the subconscious and regulate the biochemical channel, intellectual activity and neurovegetative system. The orthosympathetic and parasympathetic systems, that can be considered the accelerator and the brake of metabolic processes, are of fundamental importance because they are directly involved in cardio-circulatory and respiratory functions and in the body’s ability to detoxify itself of harmful chemicals frequently found in foods and in the air (e.g. toxins and heavy metals). The frequency harmony of the Alpha language is directly correlated to the body’s ability to adapt to climate changes and variations in sun and light exposure; changes in the seasons and variations in the circadian cycle make it particularly difficult to maintain an Alpha balance. The Alpha frequency range is also related to the ability to provoke an immune response in the presence of allergens. Lastly, it harmonizes our intellectual capacity related to learning and concentration and can develop it to its maximum potential.

Beta

(13 Hz – 19,9 Hz) – Emotions & Spine

Beta frequencies primarily handle emotions and can reduce feelings of panic, fear, insecurity and sadness that can sometimes alter our natural balance. They can also be correlated to the electromagnetic activity of the spinal column, which, because it is an alkaline structure, represents our body’s “battery”. They harmonize the first cervical vertebrae, acting directly on balance, paranasal, auricular and ocular activities, and on every vertebra in the spine, also providing benefits in terms of organic functionality. They also regulate the activities of the conscious and superconscious.