The Solfeggio Frequencies

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Nikola Tesla said, “If you only knew the magnificence of the 3, 6 and 9, then you would hold a key to the universe.”

The term “solfeggio” (from solfège), refers to a music education method that was developed to teach sight-singing and accurate pitch, associating a syllable with each note of the musical scale.

The system originated with 11th century music theorist and Benedictine monk, Guido d’Arezzo (c. 991 AD – c. 1050 AD) who was looking for ways to teach melodies and harmonies to monastic choirs and developed a mnemonic tool method, called the “Guidonian hand.”

Here, he assigned six syllables (ut, re, mi, fa, sol, la) to the first six notes of what would later be known as the major scale. He derived these syllables from the first stanza of “Hymn to Saint John the Baptist,” Ut Queant Laxis, written by the Italian monk and scholar Paulus Diaconus and potentially descended from a work by Horace, the 8th century BCE Roman poet, entitled “Ode to Phyllis.”

Ut queant laxis Resonare fibris

Mira gestorum Famuli tuorum

Solve polluti Labii reatum

Sancte Iohannes

This scale of six notes (C, D, E, F, G, A) eventually evolved into the modern diatonic 7 note scale (Do-Re-Mi-Fa-So-La-Ti) after “UT” became “DO” in the 19th century, and “TI” (B) was added later.

It was Dr. Joseph Puleo, a physician and herbalist in the 1970’s, who has been credited with first exploring and attributing therapeutic qualities to the Solfeggio. His theory was that each of the six frequencies carried precise characteristics that could positively alter the mind and body.

These notes each have a “Hz,” or “cycle per second” frequency. The original 6 tone scale is said to have been used in sacred music, including the beautiful and well known Gregorian Chants. The chants and their unique tones were believed to impart spiritual blessings when sung in harmony. Each Solfeggio tone is comprised of a frequency required to balance energy and keep the body, mind and spirit in perfect harmony. – Read More

The Hz frequency numbers of 396, 417, 528, 639, 741, and 852 can all be reduced to the numbers 3, 6, or 9.

369 = 18 = 9

417 = 12 = 3

528  = 15 = 6

639 = 18 = 9

741 = 12 = 3

852 = 15 = 6

UT – 396 Hz – Liberating Guilt and Fear
RE – 417 Hz – Undoing Situations and Facilitating Change
MI – 528 Hz – Transformation and Miracles (DNA Repair)
FA – 639 Hz – Connecting/Relationships
SOL – 741 Hz – Awakening Intuition
LA – 852 Hz – Returning to Spiritual Order

3 additional tones (174, 285, 936) are commonly added to give us 9 Solfeggio frequencies. Along with the original six, these three have been significantly researched and have been found to resonate in favorable ways toward the purpose of healing and alignment.

174 Hz – Releasing Pain (physical, emotional, mental, karmic)
285 Hz – Regeneration and Energetic Restructuring
963 Hz – Experience Oneness and Connect with True Nature

174 = 12 = 3

285 = 15 = 6

963 = 18 = 9

To learn more about Solfeggio frequencies and their harmonic benefits on the body, mind, and soul, see here.

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White Candle Activation

White candles are often used as an all encompassing vibratory implement, since it is said that white light is the combination of all the colors of the rainbow. You may know this in relation to the subject of poly-chromatic light, which refers to a light that exhibits multiple colors and diffracts various wavelengths. So, spiritually speaking, white is indeed a powerful color to utilize in meditation and spell workings.  

Let’s look at a few of the symbolic representations that the white candle will bring into a space and working. White brings the power of:

  • Clarity and Focus
  • Purity
  • Newness
  • Awakening
  • Intuition
  • Peace
  • Protection
  • Healing
  • Purification
  • Universal Consciousness
  • Authentic Connection to Highest Self and Highest Vibrations
  • Ancestral Knowledge

The use of white in meditation and spell working is therefore deeply entwined with spiritual activation of pure intention.

To invoke the properties of the white light, simply light a white candle.

For a more focused and intense invocation of white light energy, anoint the candle with appropriate oils, perhaps sprinkle with herbs, and carve a word of intention into its surface while concentrating on your intention or repeating a mantra.

Also, consider how the white candle can serve as a boost to your other workings.

Say you’re doing a prosperity or health and wellness spell in which you’ve blessed a candle of another specific color to align with your intention. Try including a white candle in your working to work as a filter for your words so that Source receives the desire at its purest and most clear form. As you light the candle, say something like:

“White candle, act to purify our intention, make our words more perfect, so that the vibration of what we say perfectly matches the attraction vibration of that which we desire. Ashe.”

Let me know how this resonates with you, if you’ve incorporated similar practices in your work, and if you can think of more associations for white light symbolism.

May your workings be blessed!

 

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Interpreting the Sunrise or Sunset Dream

The Sun is a familiar and comforting symbol for everyone. Realizing its influence in our lives is just something that happens instinctively. It is the source of all that is or can be. Therefore, it is a symbol of potential, well-being, and life itself. How we view the sun within each moment will literally highlight a circumstance or situation as it is currently presented. It sheds light on the surface of a thing and calls to us to better understand it. It demands focus and activity toward a goal, even if that goal is to just be in the moment and feel how things are connected.

To dream of the Sun
The Message of the Sun

Keywords:
Potential / Illumination / Success

The sun is a source of great energy, strength, and power. It can give life and destroy it. It is also a source of wisdom, originality, and imaginative play. It brings transformation, warmth, clarity of mind, and spiritual renewal. Because of its association with growth, the Sun can also be connected to the Self or ego, to prosperity and abundance, and to achievement.
The sun has the ability to influence and bring awareness or presence of mind to a situation, as it is always concerned with illumination of the now and revelation of time.

The sun, though stable in its position and reliable in its transitions, can also represent impermanence, as all that grows must sometime lay to rest. As the sun takes its leave, an understanding of age, the passage of time, and mortality becomes a part of the inner narrative. The absence of the sun can bring on qualities of introspective behavior and promote feelings of nostalgia and remembrance of what once was.

If you dream of the sun as it is somewhere between rising and setting, it will be a symbol of activity, energized attention to something, a youthful approach, or the height of an experience. In this case, you should focus on what is being illuminated and how you feel in relation to whatever activity is transpiring at the time. In every instance, the sun can also represent matters of the health, so it is wise to take physical sensations into account.

Sunrise

To witness the sunrise in your dream suggests a time of much happiness and success.

It represents a time of new beginnings, hope, and renewal.

It is the embodiment of all that is possible in life and brings forth the message,
“If you can dream it, you can achieve it.”

Sunset

To witness the sunset in your dream suggests a time of positive transitions.

It is a symbol of completion and the passage of time.

Its message is, “All that can be done has been done. Now is the time for rest and rejuvenation.”


To further decipher a dream that features the sun, ask these questions:

Is the sun rising, high in the sky, or setting?

What colors are prominent in the scene?

What feelings or thoughts are you having about this imagery while witnessing it?

What is your location at the time of viewing; the details of your landscape?

Are you witnessing the sun from a window or are you outside?

Can you physically feel the sun’s light? How is it affecting you?

Is the sun hard to look at – does it hurt your eyes?

Is your viewing of the sun bringing on heavy emotion? What emotion?

What are you doing when you begin to notice the sun?

Is there anything about the moment that seems out of place or especially odd?

Are you physically close to the sun or is your perspective normal?

Do you attempt to hide, cover up, or look away? Why?

Are you alone or accompanied by others? Who are you with?

Are there any animals or other nature spirits/symbols accompanying the Sun imagery?


~Shama

Have you had a dream recently that prominently featured the sun? Tell me about it in the comments! Need help with interpreting your dream? Let me know!

Interpreting the Dream of Driving

The dream of driving is a common experience and can tell us a lot about our current focus and situation in waking life. Driving a vehicle denotes movement and suggests travel, but where and in what direction?

A sincere analysis of this dream activity can lead to a deep insight regarding your daily experience or life path in general. This dream can give clues to such things as: who is in control and why? Are you on an uphill climb or a downhill slide or somewhere in between?

When you have this dream, you’re going to want to take into account the type of vehicle being driven because this in itself can represent differing motivations and attitudes. You’ll also need to look at the condition of the vehicle and road, the weather, how you feel about the journey, and who is accompanying you. Do you know where you are driving to? What do you see up ahead? Etc.


Driving in your dream
The Dream of Driving

Keywords:

Journey / Direction / Independence / Underlying Forces / Mental State

To dream of driving represents your journey through life, especially pertaining to current situations. Examining the details of this dream experience can help you to understand the influences that are directing you along your path, where you are going, and whether you are headed in the right direction. Details about the vehicle you are driving and the road you are traveling as well as who you are traveling with, the conditions that surround you in the dream, and whether it is a pleasurable ride will all help to give you an overall understanding.

In this dream there will be a lot of contributing symbols, so look for them. – Colors, road signs, mud, rocks, pavement, grass, trees, animals, other vehicles, other people, houses or buildings, highways or back-roads, weather elements, materials such as metal or rubber, sensations from riding, smells, sounds, familiar locations, crowded streets or middle of nowhere, etc.

To examine the dream of driving more closely ask yourself these questions:


Who is driving?
Is it a happy or pleasant experience?
Do you feel dread, anger, fear, or anxiety?
Are there frequent red lights or stop signs?
Is it a smooth ride or bumpy?
What is the specific terrain that you are traveling?
Is there a specific direction that you are traveling? (up, down, circling, N-S-E-W)
Are you having difficulty gaining speed or slowing down?
Is the road very winding or are there sharp curves?
Are you able to see up ahead or is your vision blocked?
Do you get lost or do you reach a destination?
Is it day, night, raining, foggy, snowing, hailing (etc)?
Are the roads slick?
Are you having trouble concentrating on the path you are traveling
or are you fully zoned in?
Are you cramped inside the vehicle or is it comfortable?
Are you driving forward or backward?
Are you driving yourself or are you a passenger?
If someone else is driving, who is it? Do you trust them?
Is someone expecting you and are you late?
Are you distracted? Did you lose or forget something? Are there obstacles?
Do you hit anything, get stuck, or crash the vehicle?
Do any animals or other particular totemic energies appear to you while driving?
Are you in a familiar place or are all your surroundings new?
What are any other details that are prevalent?


~Shama

When was the last time you dreamt of driving?
What were the details of your dream drive?

Interpreting the Dream of Fields

Seeing fields in a dream can represent many things: prosperity, success, personal growth, intuitive connections, freedom, desire for peace, starting over, building up from nothing… Also rejuvenation, healing, fertility, and sustenance. Depending on the condition of the field, it can also represent a lack of such things. Determining precisely what is personal and will depend on other elements of the dream.

For some people, field imagery can be quite common, perhaps even an everyday experience. For these people, dreaming of a field will have a more personal connection and may simply be a familiar symbol of home or work life. Even in such an instance, however, the condition of the field and other elements of the imagery will still be meaningful and should be analyzed.

To recognize what this dream symbol means for you, take a look at the details that are immersed within it. For instance, if the crop is withered or dead, it could indicate something you are doing or allowing in your life that is killing your passion, true purpose, or goals in waking life. Every detail helps tell the story.

How does the field appear to you? What does it feel like? Are you greeted by a person, animal, or energy? What grows there? What are you doing? Does the field appear fertile or does it contain a dying crop?

To Dream of Fields
Dream Messages of the Field

Keywords:
Sustainability / Opportunity / Harvest / Autonomy

To dream of being in the wide openness of a field could indicate a desire
to be free from social pressures or responsibilities.
It could also indicate a need to care more gently for oneself.

When dreaming of a field, you should take a close look at your own true nature and purpose, as this may be a call from Source to more fully embrace the essence of your highest Self within your everyday life and associations. Fields tend to represent prospects and opportunities, so think about what the details of the field and your interaction
with it could be trying to reveal to you.

Examining the details of the dream experience in that field is necessary to gain
clearer insight here. Remember to check all of your senses to gather a
well rounded understanding of this dream experience.


Some Questions to Ask Yourself:

Does the dream take place somewhere familiar to me in the waking world?
What kind of significance do I place on this location, specifically or in general?
What was the condition of the field in my dream?
Was I there in the field or did I view it from afar?
Was I viewing the field from an open space or through a window?
What was the weather like?
Could I feel, smell, or hear anything in particular while viewing the field?
How did it feel to be there?
Was it day or night?
Was something growing in the field? Was it something I planted?
Were the crops there healthy? Was the growth new or mature?
Had the field been harvested or was it being harvested during the dream?
Was I alone in the field or with someone?
Did I see other people or animals? Were they familiar to me?


~Shama


Have you ever dreamed of a Field? What was the experience like for you? Did it reveal something transformative for you? Let’s discuss in the comments!

The Dream Walker or Other Realm Journeyer

If you are familiar to dreamworking and are a vivid dreamer, you may have heard of the DreamWalker. This is someone who practices dreamwork as a way to shed the cloak of the mundane experience and connect to other world mysteries for the benefit of growth, healing, and guidance (both for self and others). This is done with intention and a calling that is innate.

Keep reading to learn more about Dreamwalkers.

The Dream Walker or Other Realm Journeyer

A Dreamwalker is any being who journeys through the dream world as alternate realities.
They roam these planes or realities purposefully and with pure intent. They seek to connect with other beings in order to learn, to teach, to create, to grow, and to heal – self and others.

Dreamwalkers may or may not be of this world.
They may be here with us now, alive in our own reality,
or they may have long passed from this world into another.
A Dreamwalker may even be someone you know and are close to.
You may be a Dreamwalker.

Dreamwalkers are not to be feared.
They are helpers and often act as guides or protectors inside the dream realm.
Their presence within the dream can often set nerves and troubled minds at ease.
Resonating love at high frequencies, they can help to heal pain and comfort those who are grieving. This is their power, their gift; pure as the soul itself.

If you have been protected or guided by a Dreamwalker then you have been blessed
If you have acted as a protector or guide to others within the dream world, then you have acted in a truest way, with love, bestowing blessings upon them.

Are you a Dreamwalker? Ask yourself these questions:

Have I a long history of remembering dreams, even with interwoven scenarios?
Do I normally find it easy to understand my dream surroundings and how elements interact?
Am I typically able to control my thoughts and actions within a dream?
Does Astral Traveling or Lucid Dreaming come easy to me?
Do I tend to visit loved ones or even acquaintances when in the dream world?
Do people ever tell me that I showed up in their dreams and does this ever feel familiar?
Have I ever set an intention to visit a certain person in Dream and then did so successfully?
Do I tend to connect with others in my dream via emotional states?
Do I receive visitations from deceased loved ones?
Do I receive visitations from Light Beings?
In the dream world, am I able to communicate telepathically?
Do I actively seek to help others within the dream world?


Answering yes to the questions above in their majority will help you determine the validity of this role in your own experience. If you’ve answered yes to most, but not all, this is a pretty good indication that you have this ability but have not yet honed it well.
With attention, you are sure to experience it more fully.

~Shama

If you have experienced a Dreamwalker coming into your dreams, then you’ll know the power they provide. They can appear in many forms and they may or may not interact directly with you. But either way, you will notice them and they you. Once this happens, you will experience a shift in the energy around you and in your own awareness. Something may instantly occur to you or a sense of calm will envelop you.

Sometimes, they will physically embrace you. If that happens, it will almost certainly feel like a warm enveloping rather than just a hug. You will feel comforted in a bigger, more sustained way, and this will carry with you throughout your dream, if it doesn’t wake you up. This feeling can stay with you for days, months, or even years.

Dreamwalkers tend to communicate without words, but if one does speak verbally to you, it will be with few words and may even be something that seems, on its surface, to be nonsensical but is really a symbol or message of something highly meaningful to you. Therefore, you will understand the underlying intention regardless of the particular words used. The abstract nature of the communication is what will grab your attention to its importance, especially since it will be almost immediately clear to you what it means. It will be an Ah-Ha moment that you’ll be unable to shake.

Have you ever encountered a Dreamwalker in your dream?

Maybe you are a Dreamwalker. If so, have you worked in dreams with other aware dreamers or other-realm journeyers?

Feel free to share your thoughts or experiences here in the comments!

Interpreting Animal Visitations in Dreams – The Owl

When an animal visits your dream, think about the lessons they bring – what it is they have to teach through their unique being, skills, or aspects of character.

Also, consider the condition of the animal, your interaction with it, and the outcome of the dream. Taken as a whole, these contributing aspects will reveal a message of importance to you.

Dream Meaning of the Owl
Dream Meaning of the Owl

Keywords:

Transition / Observation / Creativity / Wisdom

There is more to this situation than what is readily apparent.
The truth will reveal itself if you are patient and observing.
Do not be intimidated by the darkness.
Within the dark, there is stillness and silence,
but if you wait, the creative spark of intuition will appear and be your guide.
From this, wisdom will be gained.

Step out into the Mystery and look around…
What takes place when behind the veil of dark?
Listen…
What is the intention behind what is heard?
Be Still…
Your inner knowing will alight when the time is right to make your move.
Trust in your Self.
Embrace your inner Night.

~Shama

Need help interpreting an animal visitation to your dreams? Let me know about it in the comments or private message and I’ll be happy to assist.

Significance of the House in Dreams

The house is a very common archetypal dream image.

It is not unusual for a house to present itself in nearly every dream in some way or another, as the house represents the Self. Specifically, the house is representative of one’s sense of security and self-expression as well as many other aspects of well-being and general state of mind.

It is the Self on all levels of being: physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual.

It is the self as realized in the mundane world as well as the authentic Self of the higher plane.

The interpretation of this dream image is as intricate and multi-leveled as the individual person is. Many aspects must be considered in relation to the dreamer and their unique personality and life experience.

House dreams should be analyzed in relation to the specific state of mind and overall experience one is living through at the time of the dream.

As the condition and appearance of the house can change according to these everyday influences, they are indicators of what is going on currently and are subject to change from dream to dream.

If the appearance or condition of the house is recurrent over a significant amount of time, it will undoubtedly indicate an ongoing issue of self… pay close attention to what remains the same as well as what aspects are changing in the recurrent dream image.

To dream of a house.
The Role of the House in Dreams

To dream of a house (or any building)
is to reveal underlying aspects of one’s sense of Self and security.
The house itself represents the various aspects of the Self on all levels;
physical, emotional, psychological, and spiritual.

Moreover, the rooms inside the house are related to specific areas of one’s life and current state of mind. The levels of the house represent general states of being or consciousness.

To interpret the dream of a house, first consider its overall condition and size.

Is it new?
Unfinished?
Old?
Run down?
Cared for?
Cluttered?
Clean?
Stark and bare?
Full of beautiful mementos?
Multiple levels or single level?

How many levels or rooms? The number may play a role in terms of significance.
Another overlooked area may be its surroundings – landscape. Is it a grand estate or a small lot? Fenced? What type of landscaping or fixtures are there? The condition and elements of the yard, in other words, are an extension of the home/house/building and may hold significance depending on the attention given it in the dream.

Then, consider the specific areas of focus or attention –
has it been placed primarily on a …

particular level,
a certain room,
a staircase,
a hidden room or feature,
locked or open doors,
closed or open or broken windows,
specific colors,
decorative features,
particular materials of its design, construction, or architectural style,
or even the fact that it has multiple levels or doesn’t.

Now, think about you feelings and actions while interacting with the elements of this house. Taking all of these specific attributes and corresponding reactions into account together will help to reveal the message of this dream for you.

It is not unusual for the houses in your dreams to resemble places that are familiar to you, either those intimately linked through your personal history or those you’ve only visited. This is because the subconscious works with imagery that it has been subjected to. In that respect, you could just as easily dream of a house that you’ve only seen on television or in pictures. That being said, don’t discount the relevancy that a familiar house plays in the overall dream message. And, likewise, a house that you’ve visited or admired can hold significance as well.


~Shama

What are some dreams of houses that you have had? Are any of them recurring? What do you think they mean? Comment below your thoughts or questions.

Interpreting the Horse Visitation in Dreams

In the examination of this dream visitation, it is essential to consider the condition of the horse as well as the circumstance surrounding what is seen.

In general, a positive dream imagery that includes horses would indicate a message much like what is described in the image below.

Also, if you work around or with horses, the dream imagery may simply be a familiar experience that would indicate more importance, perhaps, toward the surrounding symbols and circumstances within the dream.

There is also the possibility, especially if horses repeatedly appear in your dreams, that the horse may be calling to you as a power animal, or totem, which means you must learn to embrace the qualities represented there within yourself.

The Horse Visitation in Dreams
Dream Meaning of the Horse

Key Phrases:

Awaken Your Creativity / Claim Your Power / Ride Like the Wind

What is your driving force in life?

The Horse commonly represents qualities of strength, passion, vitality, and freedom.

When Horse appears to you in a dream, it is a call for you to awaken your passions, to push through your self-imposed limitations, and to create your own journey.

Horse urges you to set a path of discovery and to travel that path unimpeded by inner struggles of waning confidence and self-doubt or by any perceived outside obstacles.

Horse guides you to live your potential, to authentically own your power and abilities, and to express yourself with integrity, dignity, and fiery passion, within all areas of your life.


In the dream world, it is important to face whatever conditions are present that play a role in how you receive the symbol of Horse – or any animal.

Some questions to ask that may assist in the interpretation of this dream symbol:

Is the horse young or full grown or old?
Is it healthy and vibrant or sick and tired?
Do you watch from afar or do you interact with it physically?
If watching, what do you observe?
If interacting, is it fun and pleasurable or scary and unsure?
What sensory stimuli are affected – Do you touch the horse? How does it feel?
Is the horse friendly or agitated? Tame or wild?
Is it clean or dirty?
Is it accompanied by other horses – are they colts or of a certain breed?
Are they adorned with anything?
Are they fenced in, running free, hidden, or hurt?


~Shama

Has Horse come to you in your dreams? Tell me about it in the comments.

Significance of Bridges in Dreams

The bridge is a very common dream element and may appear in many different forms and shapes.

The condition of the bridge, the weather, your state of mind and feelings during the dream, as well as other details will all play a part in determining this dream message.

Did you cross over the bridge effortlessly or was your path impeded?

Did you fall or jump off the bridge? This could be a warning that you are avoiding a necessary change or that you are taking the wrong path or making the wrong connections while in the process of a major transition.

To dream of crossing over a bridge indicates a time of movement and transition. The bridge may be a symbol of contemplation, where you may be guided to consider a change. Alternatively, it may symbolize an obstacle
that needs to be overcome or a new connection being made.

The Bridge in Dreams
The Bridge in Dreams

To dream of crossing over a bridge indicates a time of movement and transition. The bridge may be a symbol of contemplation, where you may be guided to consider a change.

Alternatively, it may symbolize an obstacle that needs to be overcome
or a new connection being made.

To determine what this dream means to you, take the following dream elements into account:

-Were you looking forward or back?
-Were you traveling unimpeded or were you stuck?
-Was it a long or short bridge; wide or narrow?
-Were you walking,running; driving or a passenger?
-Was the bridge in disrepair or was it clear?
-Was there heavy traffic or very little?
-Was the bridge over water or something else?
-Were you troubled or fatigued when crossing?
-What was the weather like?
-Were you traveling uphill, downhill, winding, etc.?

Think metaphorically and consider all of the contributing elements of the dream to reach a full analysis and understand its hidden messages. Pay attention to your emotions and thoughts as well as the condition of those things around you.


~Shama

What are some dreams you’ve had that featured a bridge? What do you think it meant? Let’s discuss in the comments below.