A few weeks ago at the Practitioner Skills Development Day a question came up about a part of The Sound Frequency Repatterning in Chloe Faith Wordworth’s Transforming Chakra Patterns.
Since this Repatterning is one of the twenty-six considered to be essential to the basic body of the work, I consulted with Chakras teacher Karine Bourcart to get the best answer.
The question concerns Part D. Identify the personal and family significance of the note of the problem– in the old book, corresponding to Part H in the new book on page 72 and 103, respectively.
The question is about what happens in sections d and e when the practitioner is asked to find the client’s midpoint note and /or the combined parental note.
The instructions for this part on page 74 or page 105 say “To identify the midpoint place one finger on the client’s birth note and another finger on its opposite or reciprocal note. Now converge the ‘pieces of the pie’ until you are left with one note and its reciprocal.” and “To identify the combined parental note, place one finger on the mother’s birth note and another finger on the father’s birth note. Now converge the ‘pieces of the pie’ until you are left with one note and its reciprocal.”
The question is about what happens when a practitioner follows the instructions and lands on a line between two notes, instead of landing on a whole piece of the pie.
This has happened many times when I’ve used this repatterning so I too was curious about how to best interpret this event.
Karine answered by adding two perspectives.
First, the point of the whole part is to determine if there is any added significance to the client’s stated problem by investigating the relationship of the frequency of the problem- the established disharmonious note- to any of the other factors. The question to ask is if there is a relationship between this frequency and :
- The client’s own birth note-which would imply that the problem according to Chloe, has a direct relationship to your own constitutional ‘sound’.
- The mother’s or father’s birth note- which could mean that the person both ‘inherited’ the problem and/or had it modeled for them by either parent or by each parent.
- The client’s midpoint note- which could mean that the non-coherent quality of this note has special meaning or a lesson for the client.
- The combined parental note-which could mean that the lesson is a familal pattern that is ready to be resolved through the client.
The way that I have always handled the question of what to do in this case, is, as with everything else, I muscle check on myself to see if energetically there is more significance to one of the notes or the other. This is in fact, just what Chloe states should be done and Karine said the same thing.
Karine emphasized that we are looking for added meaning in each step and it may not be in the combined note or the midpoint note, or anywhere, or it could be in several of the relationships, which would denote greater significance.
Secondly, Karine said that these correlations are worth noting if they exist but in some cases the instrument that we have available- the generalized birth note chart- may not be specific enough in terms of frequencies to describe the phenomena adequately.
Everyone, please feel free to comment if you have more information or another perspective to add!