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The Healing Power of Music Therapy: Exploring Solfeggio Frequencies and Musical Instruments


Music therapy is a field of study that is based on the therapeutic use of music to promote physical, emotional, and cognitive well-being. It is a complementary therapy that has been used for centuries to treat a variety of conditions, including depression, anxiety, and chronic pain. In recent years, music therapy has gained popularity as a non-invasive and enjoyable approach to enhancing quality of life, and its use of solfeggio frequencies and different musical instruments has been studied extensively.

Music Therapy:

Music therapy is a form of complementary medicine that utilizes music to address the physical, emotional, and cognitive needs of individuals. The practice of music therapy has been shown to be effective in a variety of settings, including hospitals, nursing homes, rehabilitation centers, schools, and community centers.

A trained music therapist uses music interventions such as singing, songwriting, and listening to music to help individuals achieve their goals. The use of music as therapy has been found to have a positive impact on a wide range of conditions, including depression, anxiety, chronic pain, and Alzheimer’s disease.

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Faith Job Requirements

Are you a good fit for a faith-based job.

The fact that you are interested in obtaining faith-oriented employment may be a good indicator that you are fit for this career path.

The bigger question may be which job, rather than if you should pursue one. Each job requires different skills and comes with its own set of challenges. However, as mentioned before, one overriding factor that must be in place is a strong faith. Whether you are thinking of becoming a member of clergy or simply continuing your current occupation for a faith-based employer, a guiding, well-practiced faith must be a big part of your life.

Members of Clergy

All faiths include a leader or coordinator of some kind, whether that is a priest, elder, pastor, rabbi, cantor, or director. These positions make up the clergy. In addition, some faiths also hire music directors, youth leaders, and similar personnel who are also considered part of the clergy. Members of clergy are expected to do more than just lead the congregation in worship. They are also expected to perform pastoral care and direct the spiritual growth and understanding of the congregants. This means two things: you will be working closely with people, and you will be called to work at odd hours of the day or night. For this reason, clergy members should not just have a strong faith, but a genuine desire to help others. Clergy members should also have strong communication and leadership skills. And when it comes to those odd hours, if you are the kind of person that likes structure, a routine, and set work hours, you may want to reconsider this career path. Clergy members must be able to get to a hospital or congregant’s home when an emergency arises, even if it is in the middle of the night. Patience is also a much needed characteristic for these employees.

Many clergy members are expected to have or obtain advanced educational degrees, such as a master’s degree in Theology, or in the Jewish faith, attend a Jewish theological school or seminary.

Requirements for Other Faith-based Jobs

In addition to clergy positions, there are a multitude of jobs available.

Some of the more prevalent jobs include camp directors and counselors, ministry and mission directors, faith-based non-profit organization leaders and workers, licensed counselors, chaplains at hospitals, prisons, and other establishments, and teachers. 

As you read through this list (and it certainly isn’t an exhaustive one), the common element of each job is that it is a “people” job: each worker will be working closely with clients and other constituents on a daily basis. If you are not a “people person” it does not mean you should not obtain a faith-based job. It simply means you’ll either need to develop your people skills, or look harder for a different kind of faith-based job that is not as people-intensive. For example, if you love working with numbers and have experience as an accountant, you can choose to become an accountant for a ministry, church, or non-profit organization or school. However, for the vast majority of religious jobs, you’ll need to have good people and communication skills, and be able to get along well with many kinds of people. If this does not describe you, a faith-based career may not be for you.

Meditation Music & Solfeggio frequencies…

Meditation music and solfeggio frequencies aid in the practice of meditation, music with certain tones can have a profound effect on both the emotions and the body, whereas something as simple as speeding up the tempo of music can make you feel more alert while improving concentration.

Upbeat music can make you feel more optimistic and positive about life.

Slower sombre music can help your mind to quiet and aids muscle relaxation, giving you the feeling of soothing while releasing the stress of the day.

Up to date findings have shown how music played approximately at 60 beats per minute can cause the brain to synchronize with the beat causing alpha brainwaves.


Inducing alertness & focus. 

This alpha brainwave is what is present when we are relaxed and conscious.

Inducing sleep:

  • Delta brainwave – 5 hertz, for 45 minutes.
  • Relaxed position.
  • listening to calming music.

Particular frequencies have been identified and proven to be present within music, such promoters of this idea have made these claims for years.

Joseph Puleo discovered “solfeggio frequencies” in the 1970’s, by calculating a series of number sequences within Biblical passages, as it was claimed that these frequencies were “ancient” and “sacred” and were frequently used and sung.

While promoters on YouTube and among New Age websites have taken the lead of Leonard Horowitz, who has fervently promoted solfeggio frequencies throughout his studies.

Studies found suggested that certain frequencies can make a person feel a particular way, these frequencies are known as solfeggio frequencies. 

  • 396 Hz – Liberating Guilt and Fear
  • 417 Hz – Undoing Situations and Facilitating Change
  • 528 Hz – Transformation and Miracles (DNA Repair)
  • 639 Hz – Connecting/Relationships
  • 741 Hz – Expression/Solutions
  • 852 Hz – Returning to Spiritual Order


Rainbow colors assigned by Isaac Newton.

Isaac Newton had associated the seven solfège syllables with the seven colors of the rainbow and surmised that each color vibrated accordingly (a concept possibly related to the modern view of chromesthesia).

Thus, red has the least amount of vibration while violet vibrates the most.

While it is interesting to note how this colour sequence matches that seen within energy centres or chakras across the Asian continent, almost confirming how each solfeggio tone resonates with a particular energy centre within us.

BViolet Ti
EYellow Mi
DOrange Re

Solfegge rainbow colors.


The following videos use specific musical instruments, while embedded with solfegio tones.


432 Hertz meditation Music…