I was watching the movie "E-Motion" on Gaia.com when I was presented with an idea by Don Tolman to find the diatomic octaves in the kind of music you like and as the frequencies in music corrospend to the chakras, (7 Octaves and 7 Chakras) you can find the chakra a piece of music is addressing. Further, the chakras have colors which correspond with the colors in natural produce. (Example: Red apple = Red chakra which I think that would be the root chakra.)

So Don Tolman suggested finding the chakras a song addresses and eating the foods of that chakra. Only I have no musical background and don't even know what a diatomtic octave structure is. Does anyone here have a musical background who can point me to a source? Or just tell me the chakras of K-pop... which has a lot of variety so it would be had to pick a set chakra.

How would one go about this with no musical background? Asking questions would be the start. I hope I explained well enough, if you need more information comment and I will try to add it in.

asked 15 Sep '17, 17:19

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Does anyone here have a musical background who can point me to a source?

I think the words you are looking for are Diatonic Scale ...explained here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Diatonic_scale

I think the tricky thing about what you want is that modern music has accepted a tuning where the musical note "A" is set to 440Hz, which is not a tuning that is based on anything other than an arbitrary number (as far as I can figure out).

There are people these days who claim that this musical tuning was brought about by a Nazi conspiracy to diffuse disharmony and aggression into the collective consciousness.

So that basically means that our entire modern musical world is built on something that is a bit "rotten" at the core ...like building a house on shaky foundations :)

Instead, if you are trying find resonance with Cosmic Forces, you might benefit from listening to your favorite music at an A=432Hz tuning instead, which has plenty of pleasing and harmonious "universal stuff" going on behind it.

If you visit your favorite internet search engine and search for "432 Hz tuning", you'll find lots of information.

Here's an article to get you started: HERE'S WHY YOU SHOULD CONSIDER CONVERTING YOUR MUSIC TO A=432 HZ

As far as your question about how to find the chakra that a piece of music corresponds to - other than contacting Mr Tolman and demanding that he explain himself :) - you could always listen to the music in a neutral state of mind and see where in your body it seems to resonate, or (if you are visually-based) perhaps you could go by what color the music seems to suggest to you and map it from there.

It's all theory...never tried it myself :)

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answered 16 Sep '17, 01:54

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edited 16 Sep '17, 02:27


base chakra - 256hz, 288hz

sex chakra - 288hz, 303hz, 606hz

solar chakra - 320hz, 182hz, 364 hz

heart chakra - 341hz, 128hz

throat chakra - 352hz, 192hz

third eye chakra - 448hz, 288hz, 144hz

crown chakra - 432hz, 216hz, 480hz.

also you can cheak out the "solfeggio frequencies" to gain more knoledge.



answered 16 Sep '17, 03:47

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Interesting discussion. I am listening to Valentina Lisitsa on piano while I write, and I have to say that it sounds like she likes a "warm" sounding concert grand, which I love, also. I play viola and piano, and have three daughters who play, respectively, French Horn, Flute, and Oboe. If you have been around music awhile, you know that an orchestra tunes to a 440 A as produced by the first-chair oboe. Why? Because the oboe has a pretty fixed pitch; Kimberly can only pull or push her reed in or out a tiny bit. That means that the most stable instrument in the orchestra is the oboe. When I play onstage, it is pretty standard for the heat of the lights and warm bodies to drop everyone flat during the course of a concert. All of this comes in to play as regards to tuning.

A piano that is going to accompany voice will be tuned sharp, up past a 440 A. Tuning is entirely relative, you see, even within a piano itself. Trying to tune a piano is an art. But when it's right, it's right. We can tune anything with strings any way we want; but when we all want to play together, then we need a standard. The 440 A was established in 1953, long after Hitler was gone. This standard was not adopted to drive people towards war or aggression; please! If you play a wind instrument, or brass, say French Horn or trumpet, you're pretty stuck with a small bit of leeway where one can tune. Standards allow people to play together, and to compare musical recordings. That thing about Hitler was never proven. Tuning was getting out of hand; singers were having to sing higher and higher because orchestras were actually tuning higher and higher to create tension! Enough said. You can read this link text if you want to know the science behind the 440 A.

I have found that the most important quality of music is that you really, really like it!!! I get my jollies playing classical piano; Wade gets his playing classic Jimi Hendrix on electric guitar- loud! Different strokes for different folks and all that. For meditation, I like Constance Demby. It matters whether the music gets you producing endorphins- that is what makes us happy when we listen to music! I believe that if one needs music for a specific chakra, then perhaps your body needs tuning by Reiki healer.

The number 432 is a special number, indeed, but 432Hz has nothing to do with a number; it has to do with physics.


answered 18 Sep '17, 12:01

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edited 18 Sep '17, 12:14

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