What is the sound of love expressed?
Do you know the frequency of expressed love?
Not just feeling love, but letting that love out?
Well, have you heard a Nepalese Singing Bowl?
It has been said the sound of my Nepalese Singing Bowl IS the sound of love expressed.
And it was said by me, just now!
After tapping it gently my Nepalese Singing Bowl makes a beautiful sound which rings and resonates out as you run the wooden striking mallet around the circumference of the bowl.
As someone who uses The Ten Healing Frequencies in my coaching practice I was intrigued to find out what the frequency of my Nepalese Singing Bowl—was so I tested it.
Turns out the frequency of this bowl is 709 Hz.
What’s interesting about that is 709 Hz is almost right in between the frequencies of two of the major chakra centres: 639 Hz for The Heart Centre chakra and 741 Hz for The Throat Centre; which, respectively, resonate with our feelings of love and compassion and our need for self expression and communication.
In this way the 709 Hz frequency of my Nepalese Singing Bowl represents the ‘energy’ of expressed love.
709 Hz is in fact a bit closer to the Throat Chakra frequency which could be understood to encourage us to express love, not just feel it; to show someone you love them or tell them you love them today. Because you’ve heard this magnificent healing frequency: 709 Hz.
The sound of love expressed.
Take a listen in the video below.
What do you think? Does it make you feel good?