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Fibonacci tuning forks – set of 8

£96.00

Fibonacci tuning forks (set of 8) – including activator

The Fibonacci Tuning Forks are a set of 8 tuning forks with a velveteen pouch..

The Fibonacci sequence was well known in ancient India, where it was applied to the metrical sciences. The Fibonacci series may appear as an ordinary sequence of numbers but behind the simple group of numbers is an amazing fact that has become the foundation of mathematics which also served as the key to unlock some of the hidden mysteries in nature.

Research shows that these tuning fork help in a gentle way to:

  • reduce stress

  • alleviate addictions

  • release trauma 


The Fibonacci Tuners Set has 8 Tuners.

To distinguish them, they are numbered by ratios. The ratio is based on its special number series

The first two Fibonacci numbers are 0 and 1, and each remaining number is the sum of the previous two.

0+1=1 , 1+1=2 , 1+2=3 , 2+3=5 , 3+5=8 , 5+8=13 , 8+13= 21 , 13+21= 34….

These Tuning Forks follow the number series with the first fork being 1/1, followed by 1/2, 2/3, 3/5, 5/8, 8/13, 13/21, and 21/34.

When we want to produce an interval, we always use the 1/1 Fibonacci tuner to create the interval we want. Like, to produce the interval 2/3 use the 2/3 tuning fork with the 1/1 tuning fork, or to produce the interval 5/8 use the 5/8 tuning fork with the 1/1 tuning fork. We can also mix any two or more tuners and explore the micro intervals they produce.

 

PLEASE NOTE: IF YOU DO NOT ALREADY HAVE AN ACTIVATOR FOR TUNING FORKS, YOU WILL NEED TO BUY ONE.

We sell 4 different types of activators:

  1. Wooden mallet with a rubber ball end - good for both unweighted and weighted tuning forks
  2. Red rubber activator - best for weighted tuning forks
  3. Black rubber activator - best for unweighted tuning forks
  4. Leg activator with strap - good for both unweighted and weighted tuning forks

The Sound Healing Academy has produced a short course to teach you how to work effectively with the Fibonacci tuning forks.

Click here for more details