Why Converting Your Music To 432 Hz Could Help Improve Your Life


Music has always been the language we never had to learn to speak with, the food we never had to queue for, the drug we could overdose ourselves with and it never harmed us, the place we could always run to without making a single step. Beethoven named it “a higher revelation than all wisdom and philosophy”; Plato believed that “music gives a soul to the universe”; and Einstein said that he “lives his daydreams in music and he sees his life in terms of music”.

Several genres of music provoke their avid listeners to argue about which one of them is the champion among champions. But what if the quality criteria of music rest on something other than just following the pure preferences of our music taste?

“If you want to find the secrets of the universe, think in terms of energy, frequency and vibration.”

                                                                   ~Nikola Tesla

Some of the world’s greatest scientists proved that everything –including our own bodies- is made up from energy that vibrates at different frequencies. Frequencies that affect other frequencies – the untouchable touching the physical. The way frequencies affect the physical world has been demonstrated through various experiments such as the science of Cymatics and water memoryDr. Masaru Emoto performed studies showing how simple intentions through sound, emotions and thoughts can dramatically shape the way water crystallizes.

Emoto water crystals (via sorendreier.com)

432Hz – The right frequency of music

Most music worldwide has been tuned to 440 hertz since the International Standards Organization (ISO) endorsed it in 1953 in London. The recent discoveries of the vibratory nature of the universe show that this international pitch standard may generate an unhealthy effect or anti-social behavior in our consciousness. There is a theory that the change from 432 Hz to 440 Hz was dictated by Nazi propaganda minister, Joseph Goebbels, who used it to imprison people in a certain state of their consciousness.

“This unnatural standard tuning frequency (440 Hz), removed from the symmetry of sacred vibrations and overtones, has declared war on the subconscious mind of Western Man.”

                                                                   ~ L.C. Vincent

A=432 Hz, known as Verdi’s ‘A’, is an alternative tuning that is mathematically consistent with the universe. Music based on 432 Hz transmits healing energy, because it is a pure tone of math fundamental to nature, governed by the principles of Fibonacci sequence. 432 Hz music works at  the “Heart Chakra” and that’s why influences the emotional and spiritual state of the listener. It is much gentler, brighter and easier on the ears, that’s why many people listen to it during yoga or meditations.

 “Music based on 432 Hz will support humanity on its way towards spiritual freedom. The inner ear of the human being is built on it”

                                                               ~ Rudolph Steiner

In April 2008, Dutch journalist Richard Huisken founded the ‘back to 432 Hz’ committee, claiming that this original tuning was used in ancient cultures and is found on antique instruments like the Stradivarius violin.  The number 432 is also reflected in ratios of the SunEarth, and the Moon as well as the precession of the equinoxes, the Great Pyramid of EgyptStonehenge, the Sri Yantra and many other sacred sites.

Sound is more than just a vibration, it not only complements our life, but it nourishes and evolves it in the notation of natural harmonics. Let’s preserve this knowledge and resonate on the right music frequency conducted by the universe itself.

Learn how to convert your music to 432 HzHERE

Or listen while reading:

Hans Zimmer-The Last Samurai

James Horner-Avatar

Adele: Someone Like You

Cello Duello: Passacaglia 


10 thoughts on “Why Converting Your Music To 432 Hz Could Help Improve Your Life

  1. This reminds me of daylight savings time, another standard we use that could very easily be changed, and yet we continue to do it.

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