our music label
432 Hertz Band
- Astral Home – 128 Hz
- Astral Night – 128 Hz
- Astral Eve – 128 Hz
- Astral Orchestra – 432 Hz
- Muladhara Chakra Meditation – 128 Hz
- Svadhishthana Chakra Meditation – 288 Hz
- Manipura Chakra Meditation – 320 Hz
- Anahata Chakra Meditation – 352 Hz
- Vishuddha Chakra Meditation – 384 Hz
- Ajna Chakra Meditation – 432 Hz
- Sahasrara Chakra Meditation – 480 Hz
- Very Slow Heart Beat – 352 Hz
“When we come up into a still higher world, we are no longer dealing with mere images, but with the inner relations of things, with what is called by the words sphere-sound, sphere-music, world of sounds. When we walk through the astral plan, we have essentially a world of images, which are the archetypes of our things here. The more we rise, the more we come into a world of sounds and tones, though you must not imagine that the world of tones is a world of sound in the external sense.
It is not with the outer ear that you hear the devacha world. Not with our physical tones, which are only an external revelation of the devachanic world of tones, can you compare the essence of the tinting spiritual world. The spiritual tones are substances of the devachan world, the spiritual world that begins where the world of images merges into the world of tones.
These worlds definitely play into each other. Here, around the physical world, is both the astral and the devachanic world; one interpenetrates the other. It is as if you were to bring a blind man into a lighted room; the colors and the burning candles are around him, but he cannot perceive them; only when, by a fortunate operation, he becomes sighted, can he perceive what was already around him.
In the same way, the astral and spiritual worlds around us are perceived only when the senses are opened to them; then it is also perceived that these worlds do not border on each other but penetrate each other. One can perceive everything that is in one world in the other worlds.”
Myths and Legends. Occult Signs and Symbols
Seventh lecture, Cologne, December 28, 1907