Creativity 101 with 528 Hertz

Many may think that creativity must involve the arts. While it certainly does come to play in visual arts, music, dance, theater and literature, creativity is much broader.

Then there are culinary arts, healing arts, and industrial arts. What about science, mathematics and economics?

Who doesn’t have a problem to solve? Maybe you have some intriguing items you want to use in a different way. How could they be rearranged, reconfigured or redefined? Perhaps you have a shortage of certain supplies, parts or ingredients. It could even be a scarcity of cash. How can you stretch it or use it differently? Maybe you have plenty of virtually any type of resource. How can you use it for the most good? Who could you help?

Creativity can be doing virtually anything in a new and different way.

Call up your imagination and dream a solution. Would you like some help?

I invite you to check out this You Tube video with 528 Hertz. This particular clip is particularly good at activating one’s creative nature. As an added bonus, this one is also said to be the frequency of the heart which affects love, miracles and DNA repair! As with any complementary or alternative healing practice, it is recommended that one’s medical professional be consulted to assure it is a safe practice for you. Additionally, no medical claims are made. This is a meditative experience in which a seated or reclining position is recommended. If you would feel light headed following the session, rest in place until it passes.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xnWKZQOnYiI

Remember Nikola Tesla, If you want to find the secrets of the universe, think in terms of energy, frequency and vibration.

Be creative!

Published by Linda M. Wolfe

Midwestern mystic with varying amounts of mother, teacher, artist, seeker

2 thoughts on “Creativity 101 with 528 Hertz

  1. I’m eager to listen to this you tube and find additional ways to boost my creativity, Thank yiu for this resource!

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