Tune the frequency of the Earth: Schumann resonance 7.83 Hz

So what exactly is the frequency of the Earth? Basically, it is the average global dust frequency that exists in the space between the Earth and the inner edge of the Earth’s ionosphere, more than 30 miles from the Earth’s surface. Because the Earth’s surface is negatively charged and the ionosphere is positively charged, this cavity is full of lightning-shaped electrical voltage. It is these beats, which occur at every moment in the world, that create electromagnetic waves, and these waves have an average frequency of 7.83 Hz, just at the junction between alpha and theta.

Schumann Holophonic Slider

Modern media (such as mobile phones, television, radio) use radio waves to transmit, and radio waves use the electromagnetic fields of the ionosphere to travel quickly and uninterrupted. When we tune in to a radio station, we are matching the frequency (or resonance) of our radio with the frequency of the station.

So it seems the frequency of 7.83 Hz (Give or take a few times due to weather) has been the radio station of the Earth, so to speak, all the time we have been on Earth! This has led at least one researcher to theorize that the frequency of the Earth, also called the Schumann resonance (named after the German physicist Winfried Otto Schumann who mathematically predicted it in 1952) played an important role in the evolution of human brainwave activity over the millennia.

What happens when we are out of sync with the frequency of the Earth?

Some interesting research, including an experiment with people living in underground bunkers, shows that when people are removed from the vibrations of the Schumann resonance, they present all kinds of negative physical symptoms, such as increased stress, anxiety, insomnia, depression and other health problems. When the Schumann MRI was reintroduced to these same people in their underground dwelling place, the symptoms were reversed, indicating that this MRI promotes healing and vitality.

Years ago, when researchers conducted many studies on transcendental meditation, they also found that when a particular mantra was repeated inward, it evoked brain waves in meditators around the alpha / theta border (7 Hz / 8 Hz), and correlated these brain waves with accelerated ego development and various types of internal healing..

Benefits of meditating with the 7.83 Hz Schumann resonance

Intuitively, meditating with the brain stuck to the frequency of the Earth sounds appealing. Like walking in nature, smelling a pine forest, feeling the sand under your bare feet or contemplating the ocean. No wonder meditators have reported that this frequency deepens their experience and engenders feelings of relaxed flow and harmony.. Research also suggests that listening to 7.83 Hz can improve our ability to learn, memory, sleep patterns and stress resilience.

Meditate at 7.83 Hz

This information and more is the inspiration behind iAwake’s Schumann’s Holophonic soundtracks, embedded with the pattern of brain waves that coincides with the energy pulses of the Earth. In addition to the input technology that takes you to 7.83 Hz, these the soundtracks include beautiful natural 3D sounds of a storm (track 1) and the sounds of the sea (track 2), sounds that will take you away from everyday life, gently, on a deeply rejuvenating journey.

Check for yourself, as you listen to this sample, if you experience the calming and healing effects to enter the 7.83 Hz Earth frequency that so many users report. We hope you find these tracks as beneficial, relaxing and focused as we are.

We do not “enter” the world; we come out of it, like the leaves of a tree. As the ocean “waves”, the universe “peoples”. Each individual is an expression of the whole realm of nature, a unique action of the total universe.

– Alan W. Watts


Heidi Mitchell, editor

This blog was created by Heidi Mitchell, longtime assistant to John Dupuy and iAwake blog manager. John introduced Heidi to the comprehensive practice and enhanced meditation by brainwave input in 2007. Heidi is also an independent publisher of nonfiction books, blogs, and websites. You can contact her at www.heidimitchelleditor.com.