128 Hz Tuning Fork For Healing
The tuning fork was invented in 1711 by British musician John Shore, Sergeant Trumpeter and Lutenist to the court. The Human body consists of millions of particles which spin and vibrate. The whole human system is therefore made of vibrations. Just as an instruments, the human body can be out of tune. The tuning fork can be used to bring the physical body back in tune. Tuning fork therapy is a wide spread sound healing practice. A purposefully tuned fork is placed onto different spots of the body to balance the physical, emotional or energetic body.
128 Hz is a frequency based on the natural tuning where 1 Hz = C. In this tuning 128 Hz is the seventh octave above 1 Hz. It also the tuning where 432 Hz occurs which we know for it’s healing powers. Here are some interesting facts about where 128 Hz occurs in nature.
- The organ of corti in the inner ear resonantes with 128 Hz
- ear specialists and neurologist use tuning forks tuned to 128 Hz
- Industry standard, clinical grade, weighted nerve/sensory tuning fork for evaluating hearing and vibratory sensation
- Non-magnetic, corrosion-resistant aluminum alloy construction for light weight and durability
- Extended two-inch handle of turned smooth aluminum for facilitating bone conduction tests
- Equipped with a silicone hammer to serve as a percussion tool
- Non-magnetic corrosion resistant aluminum alloy construction
- Inspected in the USA
- Extra long handle of turned smooth aluminum to facilitate bone conduction tests
- Produced from steel bar for superior performance and consistant frequency accuracy