More Discussion About the Sound Frequency Repatterning

Two weeks ago, on February 17th, 2012, I posted a discussion about the Sound Frequency Repatterning by Chloe Faith Wordsworth. This repatterning appears  in her Transforming Chakra Patterns  with Resonance Repatterning manual.

Here is a comment that group member Carol Cannon posted in response to the article. Thank you for posting  it Carol, for it reminded me that I need to add more information to the mix.

Thank you, Meryl,
For having the patience to articulate this problem and I would really like to hear from Chloe as to the mechanics of her instructions. It is clear enough by the contents of the repatterning about the significance of these notes and frequencies, but it is in following the instructions on this wheel that does not result in illuminating the sought after knowledge. Can we pose the question directly to Chloe for her comments?
Thank you so much,

On to the additional  information.  On page 105 , d. in the new book Chloe has added something new to the instructions for obtaining the “mid-point note”. After describing the process of converging two fingers so that you are left on one “piece of the pie” she states “(Sometimes it is the ‘line’ or frequency between two notes. In this case you will muscle check). I believe that this means you will muscle check whether to use the top or bottom note as the mid-point note.

But again, as stated in the February 17th posting, we are only looking to see whether or not there is any added significance or meaning to be gleaned from a correlation between a mid-point note and the disharmonious note which is the the frequency of  the problem. If there is a correlation then a specific perspective can be added to our understanding of the problem.

The information above also pertains to the combined parental note on the same page.

In the new version of this repatterning there is a reworking of old book, page 78  what was  F.(mcs) We need to identify the personal correlation for the note?  What is called the personal correlation here is viewing the disharmonious note of the problem and seeing the  intrinsic coherent /positive quality of that particular note.

In the new version, on  new book page 106   I. Identify the coherent response to the opportunity of the problem This is the note of the problem identified in {C},  the meaning of the former terminology “personal correlation” has been clarified.

This shift in our understanding leads us to a new section in the new book on page 107,  J.  (mcs)  We need to identify the coherent octave of the opportunity of the note (as identified in I)? What we are asked to do in this part is identical to what we used to do when we were finding the octave of the harmonious note anywhere in the RR system.

The terminology has been altered and what we are asked to do here is simply (mcs) for the specific cycles per second frequency number of the coherent octave of the ‘problem’ note that is now being viewed as a new frequency of opportunity,  and  then *[cr]  the client for that number of cycles per second, as is presented on the familiar octave frequency tables.

I hope that these discoveries are helpful to all of us who are using the new material. Please let me know and let’s continue the discussion!


4 responses to “More Discussion About the Sound Frequency Repatterning

  1. Here is yet another example of your being an RR angel – to have had the patience to examine the new material and discern the difference AND then have the patience to write it all out for us!!!

    Thank you, Meryl!

  2. Thank You Carol for reading my postings and taking the time to comment.

    Sending you love,

  3. Fiona MacKenzie, Scotland

    Thank you from me, too. It is good to have this information and to see it as a topic of discussion.
    I have also been wondering about the ‘converging the pieces of the pie’ part. It did seem odd to me that one could only consider a situation in which there was an actual note, as opposed to a line, as a result of this converging. It seemed to me that that would potentially exclude half the population from ever having a combined parental note. If you look at the chart you will see what I mean.
    I would like to give myself as an example here. I frequently have the note of D come up as my disharmonious note. My birth note is F. This means that D is my mid point note. My daughter’s birth note is D, so significance there also. My other daughter’s birth note is G sharp (opposite the disharmonious note) so I presume some significance there too. Then my parent’s birth notes are F and A sharp. Converging these comes to the line between C sharp and D. I take this to be of some significance also. Given all that, it’s perhaps not surprising it comes up a lot.

    As regards a combined parental note for me, what you are saying now is that C sharp could also be considered a combined parental note for me, (as well as D) and if this came up, I would (mcs) whether it is relevant or not.

    Sometimes I find it confusing to work with this chart and have considered making myself a paper template, in which I would cut out four segments – two opposite each other, and the other two adjacent to one of those. Placed over the diagram in the book, this would then show me at a glance the birth note, reciprocal note, and reciprocal by light notes. A second one could be made showing a combined personal note, but it wouldn’t work for a combined parental note as that would vary from client to client. I wonder if this idea would appeal to others?

    Nice to be able to connect with you in this way, on the other side of the globe, and to read what you have written,
    Fiona MacKenzie, Moray, Scotland.

    • Hi Fiona,

      Thank you for this wonderful feedback.

      I think that it is a great idea to use your template for your own family’s birth dates. Even if you land on the dreaded line, you can (mcs) to see if there is relevance to the above or below note if prior significance has been established for either note. It might save some time to use your template.

      It is just as nice for us on this side of the world to actually see our connectedness to you on the other side of the sea.

      Sending you love, light, laughter and blessings,

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