Sound is another tool One Up All advocates for use in public schools. Sound has many positive, passive. and personal effects renown throughout the ages. Sound is powerful. It can sicken as was experienced in Florida, the so-called Havana Syndrome. However, the positive side of sound is just as powerful.
We believe sound can be used to accomplish many of the perennial issues that have pledged public schools including truancy, conflict, and poor learning.
We advocate a constant white noise background sound be embraced to enhance the physical environment using sound frequencies. The goal is to bring down the temperature in public schools such passive sound frequencies.
The 9 Solfeggio Frequencies are specific ancient tones that can be used to elicit either a mental or physical response. These frequencies positively affect the mind and body with those at a certain amount of hertz the most effective. The primary 9 Solfeggio frequencies range from 174 Hz to 963.
We believe 4 of the frequencies, 417 Hz, 528 Hz, 639 Hz, and 741Hz – as potentially beneficial for student learning and behavior.
Here are the Solfeggio Frequencies and their unique benefits:
The Earth itself vibrates to a frequency of 7.83 Hz. That frequency is often referred to as the “heartbeat” or “pulse” of the world.
HISTORY OF THE SOLFEGGIOS
The Solfeggio frequencies are reputed to date back to ancient times and said to be the fundamental sounds used in both Western Christianity and Eastern Indian religions. The original six Solfeggio notes were used in chants by monks. The scale was lost by the 16th century and was rediscovered in the 1970s.
Sound can rouse contemplative action and facilitate diligent focus. It is powerful, but also fleeting.
Constant in its impermanence, it can be a reminder that this moment is just that — only a moment. And, of course, there is silence, the space in which sound exists. Inner stillness is the space in which thoughts are perceived.
Sound waves are vibrations that travel through a medium, such as air or water, and are detected by our ears as sound. The frequency of a sound wave is the number of vibrations per second, measured in Hertz (Hz). The frequency of a sound wave determines the pitch of the sound we hear; high frequency sound waves produce high pitched sounds, while low frequency sound waves produce low pitched sounds.
The relationship between sound waves and sound frequencies is that the frequency of a sound wave is determined by the number of vibrations per second produced by the source of the sound. For example, if a tuning fork is vibrating at a given frequency, it would produce sound waves that oscillate at that same frequency.