“What are fears but voices airy?
Whispering harm where harm is not.
And deluding the unwary
Till the fatal bolt is shot!”
Fear is a big one. It is one of those subjects we all know so well. We can talk of fear as the corrosive salt of our wounds. It holds us back from making any real change within ourselves. Changes that would allow us out step out, shining with all our inexhaustible and inconceivable glory into the Realness of who we are. Fear is just the polar end of love, an emotion and nothing more. When dealt with and integrated, fear can bring us back to the source of joy. It still seems much less than ‘airy’ or trivial when we are going through it.
Our fears can be useful, but they have only a temporary place in our evolution. Often feelings of fear are simply an instinctual nudging toward an acceptance of wisdom we have in the face of ‘the facts.’ Usually we only have true fear when we are going in the opposite direction of our highest good. When we are expressing our true Self, our joy, contentment and gratitude, we can’t help but be swept up into feelings of love. So – where is the disconnect, or the seeming paradox between these two emotions, and how in the world does one give way to the other?
Frequencies of Love
432 Hz is the original concert pitch for tuning an orchestra. Quartz crystals were found to resonate at 32,768 Khz in the 1920s. Every thought or object has its own frequency. For shifting into heart energy, you will need to tune into a frequency that is heart-felt and compassionate instead of angry and scared.
You can think of tuning your heart in a similar manner. 528 Hz is said to be the ‘frequency of love’ in modern scientific acoustical terms. It has also been known to heal DNA, and clear out blocks, like fear. Some argue that the frequency of love is closer to 432 Hz, but both are psychoacoustical vibrations of the Schumann frequency. You can play with either of them, and just notice what comes up to be cleared. Do you feel that you aren’t good enough for love? Have you made secret agreements with people in your family or others in your past concerning the expression of love? Do you have a fear of losing love once you’ve found it? Utilizing sound, you can shift your vibration. You can find a vibration to replace the current frequency you are holding in your body, and thereby create new experiences.
Christina Sarich is a musician, yogi, humanitarian and freelance writer who channels many hours of studying Lao Tzu, Paramahansa Yogananda, Rob Brezny, Miles Davis, and Tom Robbins into interesting tidbits to help you wake up your sleepy little head, and See the Big Picture. Her blog is Yoga for the New World.