The inspiration for creating these files was to provide a free and more accurate alternative to the tuning forks that many people use for therapeutic, meditative or musical purposes.
A tuning fork is an acoustic resonator in the form of a two-pronged fork. It resonates at a specific constant pitch when set vibrating by striking it against a surface or with an object. Metal tuning forks are never 100% accurate, and they lose accuracy over time. This makes these audio files more reliable for accuracy.
Due to a popular request, I have decided to upload the original audio files to my website. This allows anybody to download the original audio file used in each video before it's compressed. These are large files, and it costs money to host them on a server, so they are being sold for less than the price of a cup of coffee. If you're interested in downloading this specific audio file, and want to support me while you're at it, you can find it here: www.anthonysommer.com/store
Frequency: 256 Hz
Note/Tuning: C4 (A4 = 440 Hz), C#4 (A4 = 432 Hz)
Sanskrit name: Muladhara
Petals of the lotus: Four
Psychological function: Survival and self preservation
The concept of a chakra is from Hindu tantric literature. It is supposedly an energy center found in the human body. It is typically believed that there is 7 primary chakras, however there are many more minor chakras. It is traditionally believed that the chakras are systems that interact with the body's biological processes. Many believe that it is the concept of the transfer of plasma, and energy throughout the organs, endocrine glands and nervous system which results in production, regulation, distribution and balance of hormones and ensures healthy cellular functions.
The root chakra or Muladhara is the first chakra, and is located at the base of the spine. Muladhara is formed from two Sanskrit words: Mula meaning "root" and Adhara, meaning "support" or "foundation".
The root chakra's aspect is survival and coexistence with nature. It requires basic necessities such as food, water, shelter and safety.
Date Added: 2020-12-18
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