How The Mainstream Music You Listen To Affects The Frequency and Vibration Of Your Life’s Experiences

Mainstream Music’s Influence on the Modern Era

What musical artists make you feel alive? Which ones inspire you into greatness?

For me, all I have to do is play some Bob Marley in the morning and instantly, my day is set on the highest vibration possible.

The Universe and everything in it is comprised of three main ingredients – Energy, Frequency, and Vibration. Combined, they are the building blocks to consciousness and life itself.

The level or form of consciousness you are at present is directly related to the level of each of these three ingredients.

For example, one and two dimensional objects vibrate on a lower frequency than three dimensional objects and the same goes for all life forms that are conscious. EVERYTHING has these three ingredients. Both living and non-living.

It is becoming more widely accepted through modern science that consciousness has the powerful ability to affect and manipulate matter. For many years, it was thought to be that of its opposite.

So let’s simply break it down…

  1. The Universe is consciousness. Everything in the Universe is conscious on some level.
  2. Consciousness is affected by energy, frequency, and vibration.
  3. Consciousness can then manipulate and/or create matter.
  4. Here’s the kicker! You, my friend, are matter in the combination of solid, liquid, and gas (mostly water!), comprised of atoms which hold electrons, protons, and neutrons.

Which means…

Nikola Tesla – Famous Inventor – Proponent of Free Energy
Nikola Tesla – Famous Inventor – Proponent of Free Energy

The matter (form) in which you are experiencing life in the present is manipulated by the energy, frequency, and vibration that you are inviting/creating into your consciousness. Or in other words, you are what you are vibrating!

Also, there are plenty of studies that show the impact of frequency and vibration on water (70-80% of your composition).

For a small video on frequency and vibration’s affect on water…check this out!

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

So Where Does Music Come Into Play?…

MUSIC IS VIBRATION!

Most people are aware of this…it’s no mystery. BUT DO THEY REALIZE ITS TRUE SIGNIFICANCE?

Music has been around for thousands of years and has been present in every culture on earth (both ancient & modern) from the Egyptians all the way to the Mayans and Native Americans on this continent, and many more!

It is also shared and experienced among the beautiful animals we inhabit this Earth with…such as birds, whales, bats and more – check out these 7 Amazing Animal Musicians and see what they’re capable of!

Music is an integral part of life for all on this planet! And I’m so happy it is. :) I wish everyone could enjoy the sounds of music!

“Everything is energy and that’s all there is to it. Match the frequency of the reality you want and you cannot help but get that reality. It can be no other way. This is not philosophy. This is physics.” – Albert Einstein (pretty smart dude)

So now that you can understand the power of music and its impact on your consciousness, let me give you give some modern examples of vibration mastery! And let’s not forget, although vibration may be mastered by these musicians, it does not mean the intention behind the music is always 100% clear or sincere.

Money plays a huge role in the workings and manipulation of what mainstream artists put out into the world. And my judgments of whether they have good or not so good intentions are only my opinions and how they resonate with me. To each his own!

But if you pull down the blinders, you may find some deeper meaning behind the music you listen to.

I will discuss mostly musicians that have influenced my life…but do your own research and introspection and see what you find!

Dark vs Light: Musicians on Payroll

 The music industry plays a key role in the manipulation of our planet’s frequency as a whole. There, I said it!

It is owned and operated by just a few large companies who have billions of dollars and whole shit ton of control. Major record labels get to decide who becomes their next puppet. A puppet that will best fuel their continued control of industry and put billions more into their pockets.

I am not saying they control everything because that is most likely impossible. But these large companies do have their hands in the pockets of probably 75-85% of the music you listen to. It’s just simple objective fact. They have the ability to manipulate the artists you invite into your life.

And they have the power to flood your consciousness with the artists who vibrate on a much less meaningful level.

How? Well you already know…

Mostly through radio & television…a massive avenue of vibration distribution.

Now the illusion of choice comes in the way of American Idol, which has taken over in the last decade.

Through American Idol, people have the illusion that their choices or preferences are dictating which artists are chosen to become superstars. But in reality, these new artists are only being compared, on the subconscious level to the older generation that has paved the way. The older generation that has had to go through the rigors of “making it in the music biz.”

This older generation is pretty outspoken on the inner workings of the music industry.

You can find numerous videos on you-tube of high paid musicians giving confessions that they “sold their soul to the devil” in order to get into/survive the industry. Or the talks of other mainstream music celebs who have “fallen off” like Lauryn Hill of The Refugees or Prodigy of Mobb Deep. They go into extreme detail into how the system works.

If you don’t comply, you are simply outcasted and ridiculed or worse. Michael Jackson and Tupac Shakur were huge tests of defiance to the control of the music industry and they had some pretty poor outcomes. If you read deeper into some of their songs, you’ll hear them trying to break free of the slavery that is the music biz.

Other notables that were amazing in their defiance of trying to spread positivity or contest the control were Bob Marley, John Lennon, Jim Morrison, Aliyah, Jimi Hendrix, and Biggie, to name a few.

Some artists (such as Jason Mraz) have the ability to transcend the darkness because of the amount of light they are shining on the soul level…they become exemptions to the rule for many reasons…

As well, their music, as a positive vibration makes more money for their bosses. So to put it simply, if they sell records, let it be.

But overall, the mainstream music industry has become flooded with garbage for many reasons…

  • To lower the frequency of billions on a daily basis. (using hate, anger, judgment, sex, money, greed)
  • To distract the younger population and create a dumbing down effect for generations to come (older generations of music, especially in the 60’s and 70’s inspired free thinking, rebellion against power, and awareness).
  • Manipulate trends, styles, ideals, and morals which feeds the material market designed for their audience.
  • Creates debate, separation, racism (Kanye & Taylor Swift), prejudice, and drama based conversation.
  • Distract or overpower the talent of artists with genuine messages/intentions.
  • The most important is the first one – LOWERING YOUR FREQUENCY! They use and feed off of your emotions for profit.

For a beautiful example of emotions and their respective frequencies check out this graph on innertranquillity.com. It describes many emotions such as shame and guilt (lowest) as 20-30 hertz frequency whereas love, joy, peace, and enlightenment (highest) are at 500-700+ hertz frequency respectively!

Remember though…

It is not everyone out there like I said. And not every record label has bad intentions. Some artists have no idea that they are manipulated. And some artists have no idea of what they’re actually vibrating. They are just trying to become “famous” or earn a living. But they see what sells, makes their labels happy, and rewards them in monetary and Egoic value. And thus, the billionaires above them reap even more.

Some examples of low frequency vs higher frequency in rap/hip-hop/rock/and country…

Living artists that lower your frequency:

(It doesn’t mean they are not good at what they do!)

  • Lil Wayne
  • P. Diddy (anything he touches)
  • Britney Spears
  • Rhianna
  • Justin Beiber
  • Miley Cyrus
  • Drake
  • Kanye West
  • Taylor Swift
  • Lady Gaga
  • Metallica
  • Jay-Z
  • Eminem and many more…

Living artists that raise your frequency:

  • Jason Mraz
  • Jack Johnson
  • Matisyahu
  • Keith Urban
  • Eddie Vedder
  • Incubus
  • Rebelution
  • Florence and the Machine
  • Mos Def
  • Dave Mathews Band
  • Tracy Chapman
  • Brad Paisley
  • SOJA
  • Darius Rucker

These artists have the unique ability of capturing audiences’ attention and they do it very well! The difference between the two lists in my opinion is the message (vibration) behind their music. Is it fueled by love, peace, happiness, awareness, and positive vibrations? Or is it fueled by greed, anger, guilt, fear, desire, or negative vibrations?

There are so many genres of music that raise the frequency of one’s vibration as well that I did not speak of such as:

  • Classical
  • Jazz
  • Folk
  • Orchestra
  • New Age
  • Soul
  • Opera
  • As well as many others!!

It’s All About The Message…

Music tends to hit people on the soul level and the subconscious. It’s the same reason why when you hear a song and you don’t know who it is or what it is, it just hits you! You FEEL it inside you. It affects your subconscious infectiously and has a lot to do with what frequency you are vibrating and attracting.

If you are feeling or vibrating sadness, you may want to listen to sad songs or lower frequency tunes. Or quite the opposite! When feeling sad, you may need a positive boost and turn on some Bob Marley. :)

Ultimately, if it makes you feel better, listen to it! But consciously be aware of how it truly makes you feel at your core rather than pleasing a superficial Egoic lack or desire.

Ironically, this entire article and my perception of these artists and their music may not resonate with you at all! It all has to do with your frequency and vibration. We just may not be on the same levels – it is what it is. Not good or bad. :) Everyone has their ‘time’ for raising their vibration…

This brings me to my life experiences with music…

In high school and college, my music had a wide variety of vibration but consisted mostly of rap, hip-hop, and alternative/classic rock.

I found my emotions were very imbalanced and erratic like most teenagers and young adults. The music tended to fuel my anger, hate, jealousy, sadness, or greed. I’d find myself listening to old school Eminem and Jay-Z or other mainstream hip hip artists like Nas, Biggie, or DMX while getting heavily boozed up before I went out with my friends.

That vibration was NOT a good way to start off the night because often I would find myself looking to pick a fight with anything that walks. Granted, I had some personal issues going on at the time along with the stress of nursing school but who doesn’t? I do know it was the music (mixed with alcohol) that brought those emotions roaring to the surface.

Or at other times after a long night of drinking and pondering life’s regrets, I would sink into a depression with Metallica or Staind to drown out the noise of my mind and racing thoughts. I don’t feel I was more extreme than most young adults but the music had a profound impact on the frequency I was operating at.

On the contrary, I found some amazing artists to lift my frequency in ways I never thought possible. I could drift off into heaven while listening to James Taylor or Jack Johnson. Or expand my mind and perception with The Beatles, Incubus, and other thought provoking musicians/bands.

Those days in high school and college were highly influenced by the vibrations I invited into my life and on many levels. I am forever grateful to what that music brought me and it has contributed to who I am today. That is why I no longer judge it as right or wrong. I now see them as different levels of vibration and frequency.

Just because a person listens to Justin Beiber or Lady Gaga, it does not mean they are wrong for doing so. I am only implying that they are inviting whatever vibration that artist(s) are giving off!

Vibes That Raised My Frequency Ten Fold…

The 5 major artists who have raised my frequency of peace, love, unity, and awareness are:

  1. Bob Marley
  2. John Lennon
  3. Jason Mraz (his last album entitled LOVE captures the full possibility of how well humans can vibrate!)
  4. Eddie Vedder
  5. Brandon Boyd of Incubus

The number 1 person who has helped me to see the LIGHT has to be none other than Mr. Bob Marley. This man created an amazing culture of UNITY & HIGHER CONSCIOUSNESS, literally and figuratively. :)

I don’t think a conclusion is needed really. I’ll leave you with three amazing quotes.

Remember, listen to the vibrations that make you vibrate on the highest level. Question the ones that don’t. And always be aware that those vibrations affect you on the cellular level subconsciously!

“Emancipate yourselves from mental slavery. None but ourselves can free our minds. Have no fear for atomic energy ’cause none of them can stop the time.” – Bob Nesta Marley

“Every road is a slippery slope. There is always a hand that you can hold on to. Looking deeper through the telescope. You can see that your home’s inside of you.” – Jason Mraz

“Are you getting something out of this all encompassing trip?
You can spend your time alone, redigesting past regrets, oh
or you can come to terms and realize
you’re the only one who can’t forgive yourself. Oh
makes much more sense to live in the present tense…” – Eddie Vedder (Pearl Jam)

Raise your frequency with this amazing vibration :)

Comments

rose
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great post! For me personally, I’ve found that my interests changed once I tuned to presence & alignment. Now the list of music that raises my vibration is ever changing. I can appreciate & accept the diversity of music, but most importantly I have go honor my preferences in the moment. I know who I am music doesn’t have the ability to change my vibration – I do by what I focus on. I believe we’re attracted to the music we’re ready for. The best music is the dance of life I experience today. The best music is that which resonates with my passion when I’m in a state of joy. The best music is simply the breath. The best music is appreciating it without judgement…Thanks for your post & the inspiration!

Chris
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Thank you! Yea I couldn’t agree more with the timing of music. We listen to what we are ready for :). Different stages of our awareness feed off of different music and vibration. And the music of life is a beautiful sound :). Thanks for reading and commenting!

Kirsten
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“Aqueous Transmission”.. ah yes. One of my favorite songs by Incubus. “Dig,” “Wish You Were Here,” and “Drive” are the songs that give me positive vibes. Interesting article.

Chris
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Kirsten,
Thanks for reading :). Glad you enjoyed it and got some goodness from it haha. Incubus is unreal for me. I love too many to name. ;)

Chris

Kristaps
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Nice post! I was searching over the internet if some instruments have higher vibrational energy, because In my experience playing guitar I feel like it has a lower energy. I’ve just recently lost interest in playing guitar, when I started to become more in alignment with myself, and I have tried to pick up the guitar, but I feel it just drains the energy. Also the Incubus song didn’t do it for me because the music is good, but I find the singing style is kind of lacking energy.

Chris
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Thanks!
Certain instruments definitely emit certain frequencies but I wouldn’t discredit the positivity that can come from lower frequency instruments. But then again, to each is own! I have moved away from some music for the same reason so I hear what you’re saying. I still love to play guitar and feel it helps maintain my frequency. Whatever works right? :) Incubus is one of my favorites so excuse my bias haha but that song hits it on the head for me! Glad you enjoyed the article.
Much love,
Chris

Chris
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Thanks! :) Good song you posted. Listening to it now! Thanks for reading. Glad you enjoyed it!
Chris

Dani
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Hey, thanks for this post!
I used to listen to a lot of music from the 60s and 70s a year ago, but because I started going to the gym where they play the top 40 hits, I began to get into mainsteam music.

The first mainstream song I was obsessed with was Monster by Rihanna and Eminem. That exact time my social anxiety and depression came back. I continued listening to maintstream music but now I think I have to stop.

I used to hate hate hate mainsteam and I never understood it, but suddenly it’s very catchy and I listen to it every day. It’s made be so so so ill. I have horrendous anxiety which is getting worse every day, depression which is driving me to suicidal thoughts,

I remember when I listened to 70s music. I would also go sungazing with my cousin. I was so happy and healthy it was unbelievable. I’m wondering whether it’s the music which did this?

What do you think of artists such as Led Zeppelin and Queen? Do they have a good frequency? I’m going to start listening to nice music again.

Thank you,
Dani

Chris
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Dani,

Thanks for the comment! I’ll do my best to help and give my two cents. I’m no expert but I’ll give you my opinion.
I absolutely love most music from the 60’s/70’s because of it’s revolutionary qualities. It is powerfully uplifting and sometimes depressing. But overall, bands like Led Zeppelin have only influenced me positively. I go through stages with music.
I think the key point to be made is this – how does the music make you feel deep deep down? Not on an egoic superficial level trying to please societal norms. How does it resonate with you on deeper emotional and natural levels? If the answer is positive, listen to it!
Even lower frequency music like Rhianna and Eminem can make someone feel better but sometimes the subconscious message can be damaging as well and work on the subconscious without the person knowing it.
I think music plays a big role in our lives – it is the language of the soul!! So I wouldn’t doubt the music you listened to with your cousin helped the situation. I remember songs when I was a kid and they take me back to certain experiences and moments. That’s powerful!
I would follow your heart and intuition. Don’t follow mainstream norms and radio garbage.
Music always has deeper meaning. Sometimes we can and can’t decipher those meanings and even when we do, it’s probably just another interpretation. Your heart and intuition never lie.
I hope that helps! Thanks

Love and Light,

Chris

Dani
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Hey Chris!

Thanks for your reply — it helped a lot! I’m going to start listening to better music. Hopefully it helps.

Have a nice day :)

Chris
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My pleasure! I’m glad I could help…also meditation and deep breathing helps a lot with negative emotions. Experience them and don’t feel too attached to them. You are not your emotions or thoughts. You are just the being experiencing them :) Namaste!

Chris

adam
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Interesting. Some good groups that raise vibration as well as discusses topics such as the one on this webpage and many more is The Constructus Corporation and Max Normal T.V. The artists involved in these projects are currently working on a more popular project known as Die Antwoord.

Chris
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Adam,

Good deal man! I’ll have to check them out when I have a chance. Thanks for reading and keep spreading the love and awareness in your own right!

Chris

Kevin Dorival
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I really enjoyed your article since it explained what I’ve always known about negative and positive music, but you call in lower and higher frequency. I don’t find myself listening to rap anymore; as a matter of fact, Stevie Wonder’s “Ribbon In The Sky” is playing. I would love to have you on my show, The King Kevin Show, if possible, to answer some questions. The title of the show is, History of “Jazz Music And The Current Decline of Society With Urban Popular Music.” I’m going to mention this blog so, please, email me if you’re interested. Its this Wednesday,4/23/14 at 7pm EST. Regardless, I’ll like to produce a show with you. Blessings!!!

Chris
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Kevin,

Thanks for reading my friend! Glad you enjoyed it. For me, music had always played a role in adding to my emotions/feelings and I’ve had periods in my life where some tunes I loved faded and I no longer cared for it. And some I never thought Id ever listen to, I find myself moving towards. Crazy! I think its a combo of letting go of my ego and raising my frequency of awareness/being. I’m more cognizant of what I allow myself to vibrate. I find that if some music makes me feel down or weird, I turn it off. Each person is at a different stage for sure but I think the youth is targeted to lower their frequency and further the stupidity of the masses. Sorry to rant but Id love to chat via the show. I can’t this wednesday however. Send me an email of details with what you want to talk about when and where. Thanks!
Peace and Love
Chris

jaden hurtado
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Post is on point, most artist be putting out some trash, you can tell what music is from the heart then music that was made just to get the next pay check, not sure how to explain it but I notice the ppl listening to all these mainstream songs are foggy headed and flow the crowd, makes me laugh. and Bob Marley is a artist to liscene to when starting off a day, not a damn worry

Chris
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Jaden,
Exactly! This music is intended to distract and make people act more so like drones just living life aimlessly. Good music from the soul awakens people to deeper sense of self such as Bob Marley! Thanks for reading my friend!
Chris

Jesse Light
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Chris thankful for people like you, i will try everything you send, i am on a tough journey and its so hard to accomplish what im trying to do. You said you are not your emotions or thoughts, just the being experiencing them. I have a question on that, nobody can ever take your being correct? they can just influence your thoughts and emotions??

Chris
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Jesse,
Thanks for the read my friend! Firstly, keep on the journey and don’t give up no matter what. You are here to learn, experience, and grow. It is not going to be easy for sure! Second, your “being” is connected to all things. It is essentially the one and the same as everything around you at its deepest level. Therefore, no one can take that from you and in fact, it is not even yours to own really. When you say “my” being you are grasping onto identity which is all ego driven. When you realize you are everything, you are already what you seek. Adyashanti puts it this way – What is keeping you asleep? What is distracting you from being awake and enlightened at all times?…It is the illusion you see around you which is primarily ego driven of “mine” and survival. So don’t be afraid of people or anything taking your being. It will always be intact. People can most definitely influence your thoughts and emotions. Even your ego can! And it does everyday! So no worries. Just experience them and let them flow through you. If it becomes overwhelming, simply talking about it with someone is very helpful. Hope that helps! Email at my lifeisbalanceislife@yahoo.com for any other questions. Peace and Love.

Chris

andrea
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Hi, I was searching to see if I could find something about high vibrational music and found this. Very interesting :)
I also had my “Metallica phase”, and yeah, those were some dark times. Though I remember that in my darkest times (depression, bulimia, a lot of self hate) I wasn’t really listening to music almost at all! Weird. Anyway, I think we are usually listening to music “we are a match to”, so a person who is deeply depressed might start slowly to move towards higher and higher frequencies in the music he listens to, this reflects the intention he has to heal, but if he doesn’t have that intention yet, and you hand him a high vibrational cd, he will most probably hate it :) But it’s possible for everyone to get out of these dark stages, and I am certain that deep down we all want to get better, and even the most depressed person only wishes to be happy. And yeah, I can offer myself as an example and I could go to the extent of saying that I am grateful I had those experiences, because I learned a lot, and changed a lot :)
Lately I’m listening to more trance and alternative music, but one which I feel that connects me the most with myself is Pink Floyd.
Also what do you think about this music frequency-wise? It seems very healing to me, more like opening myself to connect with my emotions. I had the chance to meet this guy playing his music in the waiting room of my former dentist :) :
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9LXTJDsx7vU&index=4&list=PL1391848F

Chris
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Andrea,
Thanks for reading and nice to read your opinion as well :). I completely agree. Music tends to match our frequency. I can’t stand some of the lower stuff but loved it when I was younger and sleeping (meaning being unconscious). I tend to vibrate with higher vibrations but still have some angst like political reggae like Michael Franti and SOJA. I absolutely love Bob Marley. I also think the vibrations of higher music touch our soul at a deep level so even though our ego may hate it or not resonate well with it, our deep interior is thanking us!
I’m glad you listen to Pink Floyd. I think they’re great. I used to think they were weird in college because I was so closed off to them until I really started listening to them. I must’ve changed my frequency to match them ya know. They are very deep and can be enlightening and dark at the same time. They were also heavily influenced by drugs so they were touching some deeps parts of the psyche ya know. I think trance is nice but I’m past it to be honest. I used to enjoy it in college but I don’t care for it anymore. Whatever resonates with you is key! I am not right or wrong, just offering my opinion. I like to think that music has a role in my life of setting my vibrations on a positive course for the day. I also enjoy some new age mantra stuff like Deva Premal. Totally higher frequency and you can tell. :). Well thanks for the comment!
Chris

André Lefebvre
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Hi, interesting article. Lots of content and directions to go and explore.

Here’s a simplistic question: how does one measure their “frequency?” What are the scientific or empirical evidences that such a thing happens?

Thanks again!

Regards,

André

Chris
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Andre,
Good question! I’m actually not sure to be honest. I haven’t delved too much into that regarding measuring our specific frequency or aura really. I’m sure there are people out there who can do it naturally and just tell us ya know (psychics/mystics) but I don’t know if there is solid “scientific evidence” that you could read or see through a machine per se. I would gauge your frequency off of many things. The biggest thing is how open your heart is. This planet is hard to have an open heart because so many people have theirs closed, even mine at times. It’s a daily task to work on! But ask yourself in every moment, am I operating out of love or fear? The more you move towards love, the higher your frequency. The more you move towards operating out of fear, the more you probably vibrate on a lower frequency. My frequency tends to fluctuate as I grow and learn but I am always moving forward because even the struggles inflict positive change/reflection. Hope that helps! Thanks again.

Chris

T
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Hi Chris :)
Nice article. I just wanted to share a song because of the way it makes me feel – which I can’t really put into words lol. I listen to it everyday, multiple times! I sing along to it & it’s become like a mantra for me – “I only see one thing in this world that I need: no war coming from me, just want the love chemistry. Good vibes & energy is all I feel surrounding… if it’s not on your level, then why don’t you just let it be?” & just like that, I’m smiling, I feel more patient, & a little stronger. This song really has that powerful of an effect on me! https://youtu.be/6SVTXTl6CO4

Ashley
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Hello. First of all thanks for this great read. I had a question pertaining to music that I listen to a lot. I have a passion for video game music mostly. Most of the music I listen to is instrumental, or orchestrated. I was wondering can some video game music be high frequency and be positive? A good example is the game Journey. The music was orchestrated and was very moving and I highly recommend giving it a listen.

Thanks again,

Regards,

Ashley

Shareef
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NUJABES

Jun Seba R.I.P

Willow
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So true. Purely in terms of frequency though, apparently music tuned to 432Hz is better than the mainstream 440Hz, since we resonate better with that frequency. It would be great if there was a radio station or record company that only had music tuned to 432Hz, it’s difficult to find music that’s not just instrumental at that frequency.

Grace
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So I’m at a juxtaposition here and I’m trying to know exactly the path to take with my music. When I play guitar and sing, it’s all high vibration but I also rap and sometimes I might use foul language. The message is always conscious though. So are Tupac and Michael Jackson high vibration? What about Outkast? You don’t really list any hip hop as high vibration but yet it is the music that most are listening to right now, especially the youth, which is where the real power is at. So I’d like to expand on this conversation please. Thanks and your article is awesome!

Grace
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Also what about The Black Eyed Peas?! The song Where Is The Love is really inspirational!

Corey
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This is really informative for a gu like myself , when I was younger I used to just listen to whatever any and everybody else was listening to. As I grow more mature in age and conscienceness, I feel like anything hip hip/rap that plays on the radio just totally mucks the culture. For example, I’m a huge Kendrick Lamar fan, but his best creation never even get aired.why???

BadRose87
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Frequencies play a part too. Google 528 hz. Michael Jackson used this frequency often.

Tamara
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Thank you for posting this article. I find that as my frequency increase, I automatically lose interest in certain music. I find it very difficult to listen to a lot of mainstream music lately…Keep on writing.
Love and Light
-Tamara

Andrew
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Hey Chris!
I really enjoyed reading your post about music. I’m a classical musician and these are things that I think about constantly. I wanted to ask you if you knew any books and literature that I could read through to get more information on vibration, frequency and energy? Anything to do with raising consciousness and levels of frequency would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks so much! You have a great site!

karolina
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Is it just me but does anyone else get additcted to listening to Incubus? Once i pop i cant stop, its gonna be a while before i listen to anything else now ive had a little taste. Great article, thanks for posting, i totally agree. Ive started listening to a lot of classical and opera radio lately as i found it helps my baby sleep. I think what i enjoy about it is that a lot of it is recorded live and you get such a different energy from live music

rds
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You say Bob Marley music helps increase your vibration. So does that mean you and all those who take your advice take marijuana as well ?

Andrei
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First I want to tell you this is a great post. I listen to rap and hiphop all my live, last year I start to listen to reggae and I noticed the difference. Its so much more peaceful and happy. It’s funny that you name some of the rappers I listen for year, Lil Wayne,Eminem. Dmx etc, and now I analyze they do give all the wrong fibes. I first thought it just ”bad ass” music which I like, but they do so much harm it isnt worth it. Now I tried Matisyahu and it really feels like magic. I feel my frequency rising. Today I got me some old soul albums and i get the same feeling: I become so happy. Many thanks for this great post. I just removed all my ”bad” musicfrom my phone and replaced it with ”good” music. I want to add one thing: there is also music on different hertz. 432 Hertz music is said to heal our bodies and mind. Check out this video for example: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RaF0fZKMiJ4.

Joseph
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Hey Chris

I’ve been delving deeper into my mind and spirit recently, learning all kinds of things on my journey. As I grew up I started losing connection with myself, until I no longer knew who I was… which is still foggy to me. Around my mid-teens, life started became more “serious”. My expectations started growing and negativity was all around me without me knowing it. Without a helping hand, it’s impossible to escape the grasp of today’s society. And something I really held onto was music. Music helped me escape my day, but the music I listened to was low frequency for the most part, I started enjoying mainstream music because I had no choice.
You know that feeling when you all the pieces come together after you read, hear or maybe experience something. I got that feeling while I was reading you article :) But Chris, I still feel disconnected from my true self, I don’t want to be around negative frequencies, but how do I avoid them when I can’t sense them anymore?

Cheers!

//Joseph

hezron
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Youve completely changed my life,thanks so much

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