Thursday, March 20, 2014

The Miracle of 528 Hz Solfeggio and Fibonacci numbers

APOGEE Paradigm™

Pleased to share this video presentation of The Miracle of the 528 Hz frequency of the Solfeggio Scale and the marvel of the Fibonacci numbers. Provided are the guiding principles of APOGEE Acu-Tone™ for harmonic cell signaling, the ultimate in energy balancing and well being.

As you view,  allow yourself to consider what is presented from the very core of your BEING. Your heart in resonance, in resounding communication with the totality of SELF, a consciousness in harmonic accord. Appreciate that every movement is vibration, every color is vibration, every thought is vibration, all form is vibration, all structure is vibration, all line, is vibration,  LIFE in its very manifestation is vibration.  

APOGEE Acu-Tone™ integrates the 528 Hz frequency 

The benefits, the integrity and the safety of this sounding modality 
have been documented from its introduction and development since 1983.
All inquiries are welcomed and will be responded to.

•Provides instantaneous deep relaxation•
•Balances physical energy•
•Relieves stress by bringing your body into a centered space•
•Awakens the life energy of your cells•
•Eliminates tightness of muscles•
•Reduces pain, tenderness, associated with injuries or stress•
•Promotes Facial Vibrancy•
•Brings forth emotional release•
•Integrates left and right brain•
•Advances creative expression in all art forms•
•Provides attention enhancement• 
•Brings the nervous system into balance•
•Relieves headaches•
•Fosters mental clarity and brain functioning•
•Develops and refines sonic abilities•

A Podcast for your listening:
Your Body Is Talking To You
Rose Marie Raccioppi Interviewed

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solfege (adj.) Look up solfege at
1912, from solfeggio (1774), from Italian solfeggio, from sol-fa, representing musical notes (see sol-fa).
sol-fa (n.) Look up sol-fa at
"syllables used in solmization taken collectively," 1540s, from Italian, from Medieval Latin sol and fa, two notes of the musical scale (see gamut). As a verb from 1560s; cf. solfeggio "use the sol-fa system" (1774), from Italian solfeggiare.
gamut (n.) Look up gamut at
1520s, originally, "lowest note in the medieval musical scale," in the system of notation devised by Guido d'Arezzo, contraction of Medieval Latin gamma ut, from gamma, the Greek letter, indicating a note below A, + ut, the low note on the six-note musical scale that took names from corresponding syllables in a Latin hymn for St. John the Baptist's Day:
Ut queant laxis resonare fibris
Mira gestorum famuli tuorum
Solve polluti labii reatum
etc. Gamut came to be used for "the whole musical scale;" the figurative sense of "entire scale or range" of anything is first recorded 1620s. When the modern octave scale was set early 16c.,si was added, changed to ti in Britain and U.S. to keep the syllables as different from each other as possible. Ut later was replaced by more sonorous do (n.). Cf. also solmisation.

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