Music is powerful. It can change our mood, comfort us, and more. In recent years, I’ve discovered a new style of music called “high vibrational music” (especially Hz / Solfeggio – see more on this below), which I’ve used to manage stress, raise my vibe, and help me use Law of Attraction successfully. In this post, I’m sharing How to Use Music to Raise Your Vibration and Manifest with Ease.
What Is High Vibrational Music?
Everything is energy. You. Me. And yes, music.
To me, “high vibrational music” is music that helps me raise my frequency.
In my experience, I find there are two kinds of high vibrational music:
- Traditional songs
- Spiritually-inspired music
Traditional Songs High Vibe Music
When it comes to traditional songs, different songs may raise your frequency. So, this group is very personal.
Here, the important thing to pay attention to is – when you’re listening to a song, does it uplift you and make you feel happier? Maybe lighter? Basically, does it help recreate the feeling you get when you’re doing other high vibe stuff, like practicing gratitude or meditating.
Though there are many songs that make me feel awesome, when it comes to lifting my vibe, the songs in the next group help me the most, and they’re what come to mind when I’m thinking “high vibrational music”.
Spiritually-Inspired High Vibe Music
In this category, I’m talking about the kind of music you’d hear in more spiritual-related activities and things. Think yoga class, meditation class, etc.
This may include:
- Solfeggio songs
- Hz music
- Chanting (monk chants, Gregorian chants, etc.)
- Soothing musical (non-lyric-based) songs
And though some may not consider it “music”, I also really love sound baths for raising my vibe too.
Solfeggio Music (Aka My Fave High Vibrational Music)
Of all the types of music I’ve mentioned so far, Solfeggio music is what I think of when I hear “high vibrational music.” Sure, “Dog Days Are Over” makes me happy and certainly lifts my vibe, but I don’t consider that song “high vibrational music.” Not that it isn’t (which we already talked about above). It’s just not what comes to mind when I think, “Ooh I could really go for some high vibe music right now.”
So, what is “Solfeggio Music”?
According to Collins Dictionary, the definition of “solfeggio” is:
- voice practice in which scales are sung to the sol-fa syllables; solmization
- the use of these syllables in singing, esp. in reading a song, etc. at sight
Remember learning singing as a kid: do, re, mi fa, sol, la, ti, do? Yup, that.
Turns out that each note has a frequency, and these frequencies may have healing powers. The frequency is often denoted with a number + Hz. Hz being cycle per frequency.
According to this article over at Gaia:
Gregorian chants have a measurable influence on human psychology and physiology. Those who perform the chants experience the lowest heart rates and blood pressure of the day while singing, according to Dr. Alan Watkins, a neuroscience lecturer at Imperial College, London. Other research suggests that singing the ancient compositions relieves fatigue and alleviates depression. Scientists have also observed that monastic singers require much less sleep; as little as two hours a day.
Multiple studies have been done on the impact of music, but I also loved this snippet from that Gaia article:
Dr. Joseph Puleo, a physician and herbalist, began exploring the Solfeggio in the 1990s. He developed a theory that each of the six frequencies carried precise characteristics, and that the tones could be used therapeutically.
And lastly from that Gaia article, I loved this list of Solfeggio frequencies plus characteristics:
- 396 Hz — Releases Fear
- 417 Hz — Eases and Initiates Change
- 528 Hz — Healing and DNA Repair
- 639 Hz — Heals Relationships
- 741 Hz — Finding Creative Expression and Solutions
- 852 Hz — Spiritual Homecoming
I wanted to add this table because if you search YouTube for “high vibrational music”, they almost all have one of these Hz frequencies in the title.
Does High Vibrational Music Really Heal?
You guys know I’m a mix of practical plus woo. On the practical side, beyond those studies referenced in the Gaia article, I didn’t find any studies that said there was a definite connection between high vibrational music and healing. I did find some studies that showed some hope but nothing definitive, so I’m not going to link them. They basically just said “more research is needed.”
However, I’ve been listening to this music for a couple years now, and I can tell you that almost every video on YouTube has a long list of comments of people saying that the music has helped them heal all kinds of things from regular colds to much more serious conditions.
I’m a bit of a skeptic when it comes to science AND the woo, so what I tend to trust is results. And for me, this high vibration music lifts my vibe 100% and makes me feel better, whether I’m having a normal day or I feel down and need upliftment. I haven’t tried it for physical healing, so I guess the jury’s out there.
But, if you have a personal experience you’d like to share – do add that below via a comment. I’d love to hear about it.
How to Use Music to Raise Your Vibration
So whilst it may not be “healing”, my experience is that listening to music can certainly raise your frequency.
Simply by turning high vibe music on, whether I’m relaxing, meditating, or doing activities (see next section for a list of ideas), the music really helps lift my spirits and frequency.
Another possibility is that hearing music that reminds you of something else can get you back in that energy. For example, to me, the high vibrational music I’ve been enjoying reminds me a lot of music they play at spas and meditation classes – two places I associate with calm and positive energy.
You can use high vibrational music:
- To relax and practice mindfulness (basically whilst doing nothing)
- To help set the mood for high vibe activities
- To feel better if you’re feeling low or you’re upset
Let yourself enjoy the soothing tones and uplifting melodies. And let your vibe rise as you go.
How to Use High Vibration Music
High vibration music is great for many things. Here are my favorite ways to use this music:
- For my morning routine
- During journaling
- When I’m getting ready in the morning
- To calm down when I’m feeling stressed/upset
- When I’m doing my gratitude practice
- During a bath/shower
- When I want to let my mind breathe
- When I’m doing manifestation techniques
I tend to use this music at the start of the day to get my intentions rooted in positivity. Same thing with the end of the day to end the day on a positive note.
Manifesting with High Vibrational Music
If high vibrational music resonates with you and lifts your vibe, then you can use it to raise your frequency and get into good energy for attracting good things to your life. Since we know that we’re manifesting all the time, having a high vibe will help you attract better outcomes on the regular.
Especially if you’re a Law of Attraction beginner, this music could help set the tone and help you get into the right energy for manifesting with ease.
Where to Find High Vibrational Music?
For the traditional stuff, you probably already have your favorite songs stored somewhere on your phone and/or computer. What I like to do is make a playlist of uplifting songs so I can access the good vibes eaasily.
For the spiritual stuff, you probably do NOT have this stored. My favorite way to consume this type of music is by going to YouTube and searching for “high vibrational music” or “high vibe music”. You’ll find a TON of great options there. I’ve started a playlist here as well so I can re-find my favorites.
More High Vibe Tips & Inspo
Thank you for reading this post about How to Use Music to Raise Your Vibration and Manifest with Ease. Hope you found this helpful for maintaining and raising your frequency. Yay for high vibe living!
Comment below: What’s your favorite way to use high vibration music?