Low OM weighted tuning fork - 68.1 Hz
This tuning fork is the Low OM and it vibrates at 68.1 Hz. It comes with a velveteen pouch.
According to the ancient wisdom tradition of Vendanta, OM is the primordial sound - the source sound of creation.
The Aitareya Brahmana of Rig Veda, in section 5.32, suggests that the three phonetic components of OM (pronounced AUM) correspond to the three stages of cosmic creation, and when it is toned, it celebrates the creative powers of the universe.
136.1 Hertz (or 136.1 Hz) is the standard frequency of the OM tuning fork.
It is the frequency often used to tune the instruments for Indian temple music.
It is called "Sadja", or "Sa", and is the fundamental tone of the Sitar and Tambura.
The mid-OM tone is said to stimulate the Anahata (heart chakra) and hence is widely believed to be good for meditation and healing.
This Low OM tuning fork is an octave lower than Mid OM.
It is good for balancing the lower chakras: especially the sacral and root chakras and for grounding.
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:
- Wooden mallet with a rubber ball end - good for both unweighted and weighted tuning forks
- Red rubber activator - best for weighted tuning forks
- Black rubber activator - best for unweighted tuning forks
- Leg activator with strap - good for both unweighted and weighted tuning forks
Interested in learning more about Tuning Forks? You can see all our online Tuning Forks courses here.
We also have a short online focused on OM tuning forks - click here for more details.