How To Use Solfeggio Frequencies

There are many websites and audio companies which provide different information on how to use the ancient Solfeggio music. My experience reveals that the less you do the more healing benefits you gain. Ancients didn’t need our modern manuals to benefit from the beauty and bliss of the Solfeggio music.

Follow your intuition and ease your mind

That is why I recommend applying just a few useful tips rather than making the process complicated. Remember: don’t limit yourself on how to use music.

Use these simple suggestions as a starting point, listen to your body and create your own unique method of how to use Solfeggio frequencies.


You don’t need to listen to Solfeggio tones in any particular order. After all, Gregorian monks sung all the tones in harmony, not one after another. That is why all my audio meditations do not only focus on one specific frequency but also contain a harmonic mixture of the other Solfeggio tones.


Headphones are not required but they can help you increase the stimulation and focus. I recommend using a good quality stereo headphones (like these) or speakers. Play the music at soft to low volume levels.


Listen for at least 3 times per week for a period of 4-6 weeks. For maximum effects, I recommend daily listening. Of course, it doesn’t mean that you need to listen 24/7. Just find your own comfortable pace and don’t try to fit in too much at once. I recommend scheduling a time for you to listen (e.g. morning, afternoon, evening).


Find a quiet and comfortable place where you can sit or lie down. There’s no special “Solfeggio position”, you can keep your eyes closed or open. You can even play the frequencies in the background during your normal daily activities (except potential dangerous activities like driving etc.).

5While listening you don’t need to use any special affirmations. Just let the freeing waves of Solfeggio music wash over your mind, body and spirit. Allow your mind to be open and awaken to the power of these healing tones. Dive into soothing sounds of the Solfeggio Scale and then return your attention to the place around you.

As Featured In