The Power of Frequency and Vibration

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

A note from Kandy:

Synchronicity is one of my favorite words… Is it a random coincidence of events, or do we have the ability to influence the occurrences in our lives?

Life happens, and, while we cannot always control everything that comes our way—both joyful and challenging, we can increase the probability by influencing the energetic environment so that, more often than not, the things we want to happen are able to manifest.

Science and spirituality are not mutually exclusive.

The key to understanding this connection is through the acknowledgment of the deep power of sound, vibration, and energy. As a vocalist and musical frequency entrainment specialist, clinically trained psychotherapist, and energy healer, I have had years of first-hand experience with the healing power of sound—both personally and professionally.

Our bodies are connected, and they respond to universal consciousness. But from where does this consciousness arise? Whether you are more spiritual or scientific, each end of the spectrum is coming together to prove that both worlds are impacted at the quantum level, and they are not mutually exclusive.

We live in a vibrational universe, and we are vibrational beings.

Our cells and organs vibrate at a unique frequency. Our brain pulsates with electromagnetic energy, impacted by our physical health, our emotions, and our state of inner-peace, as it relates to life stressors. At varying points throughout a 24 hour cycle, our brainwaves fluctuate from Delta (.05 – 4 HZ), Theta (4-8HZ), Alpha (8-13HZ), Beta (13-26HZ) and, when awakened to a higher consciousness, Gamma (26-100HZ).

  • Delta brainwaves reflect a state of detached awareness, deep and healing sleep.
  • Theta brainwaves reflect a meditative state where intuition and memory of more accessible and light sleep states.
  • Alpha brainwaves reflect a state of relaxation, daydreaming, and creativity.
  • Beta brainwaves reflect a state of alertness, concentration, and mental work states.
  • Gamma brainwaves reflect a state of insight, peak performance and focus allowing for expanded consciousness.

Many parts of our body contract, expand, and pulsate at various rates—including, for example, our heartbeat, breath, crania-sacral pulse, gastrointestinal tract, stomach, brainwaves, and body temperature. The compositions of these frequencies are unique to you and only you, creating a one-of-a-kind tune. When your body is in a state of dis-ease (unhealthy)—when you are experiencing emotional symptoms of depression, stress, anxiety or grief—you are, essentially, vibrating out of tune.

We vibrate not only at a cellular level but also on the subtle, quantum energy level of our human biofield, which is connected on a universal level via a matrix of waves. If an object—for example, an energetic force such as humans—is struck at the same resonant frequency as another object within the vicinity, the vibrations will actually cause the second object to vibrate.

Therefore, our experience of the world is determined by the energy we give off.

This is also known as the frequency at which we vibrate, which is then reflected back into the world. We feel and know this emotionally. Think about the last time you felt like you and another person were “on the same wavelength” or when you felt “in tune” with an experience. In the same regard, think about a time when someone “rubbed you the wrong way” or “got under your skin”.

Why does this matter? If, on an internal, energetic level, you feel depressed, anxious, grief-stricken, or stressed, life will reflect this feeling back to your experiences and relationships. This then reinforces the feeling, creating a negative life energy loop.

Think of yourself as a radio antenna that picks up different frequencies. The frequencies you tune into reflect the music you hear playing. If the life energy loop is negative, you’ll experience music on a channel that is dissonant and uncomfortable. If the life energy loop is congruent, you’ll tune into a channel with harmonious music, allowing for a life of more peace and joy. Raise your vibration and you’ll create an environment that allows more positive experiences to occur.

At s.a.n.c.t.u.a.r.y™, we employ the principle of sound entrainment.

In this technique, a more powerful frequency is utilized via tuning forks, crystals, and specially tuned music to bring a weaker frequency—such as a client experiencing stress, anxiety, depression, life transitions, or grief—into homeostasis. When we introduce sound into the human energetic field, we bring our cells into a more cohesive and congruent state. This impacts our consciousness, mind, body, and spirit, bringing your soul into a more centered, balanced, and healthy state of existence.

Music and sound are powerfully healing instruments for the mind and body. Think about how you might have listened to a sad song when you were feeling down, sang a lullaby to soothe a baby, or experienced the joy and excitement of a live concert. These are experiences of entrainment—such that the mind, on the subconscious level, energetically latches on to a more stable vibrational source, allowing for the release of paining energy and the return to a homeostatic state of calm and inner-peace.

These instruments harmonize both the left and right hemispheres of the brain. Music and sound resonate on a level that communicates with your subtle energies—your human biofield—more directly than cognitive verbal communication ever could. However, you shouldn’t just take my word for it. Listen to this clip from Cellular Biologist Dr. Bruce Lipton, PH.D.


Spend some time at s.a.n.c.t.u.a.r.y™ to experience it for yourself. Because everything is energy, you’ll recognize—on both an emotional and physical level—if this truth resonates with you...

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Kandy Magnotti, MA, MFT, CGRS is one of a growing body of practitioners bridging science and spirituality to facilitate self-healing and empowerment. Founder of Center for Mindful Grieving (501c3) and star singer behind "Kandy and Iain” ~ making music with a guitar and a voice…

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