The Jupiter Spin Frequency Money Meditation is predominantly a power-chill, featuring my new fave Binaural Beats – the Jupiter Spin Frequency. Whether you’re a scientist or a shaman, all planets have frequencies. And there is the money frequency vibration.
The Jupiter frequency zings up the thrusting and abundance mindset that some call luck. Listening to the money frequency vibration in this meditation accentuates the Jovial or Jupiterian aspect of your consciousness. It’s not that you hear it and money flies in the window. Instead, it lowers the volume of the “you can’t” voice within, so you can hear more of the “you have the means” section of the symphony.
Circumstances and economies are what they are, but regardless of such factors, many of us operate beneath our level of financial intelligence or enterprise because of strange baggage from the past, our parents and upbringing. That “you’re not worthy” conditioning comes as a ‘factory setting,’ along with the concept that it’s vulgar to discuss money.
Recall, btw, that the very name money comes from Mrs. Jupiter, Juno-Moneta, Queen Juno in her role as Prosperity Goddess.
The Money Meditation Blends Theta Beats And Jupiter Frequency
The Jupiter Frequency Money Meditation also features Theta beats, proven to boost creativity and problem-solving. It is underscored by the Schumann Resonance – the Earth Frequency – which is the mainstay of the Uranus in Taurus meditation – for grounding. It includes glimmers of the iconic Rhapsody in Blue, an audacious experimental fusion of Jazz and Symphony, that could have flopped but became the epitome of Thrust.
George Gershwin was Jupiter ruled. His Jupiter was in a power alignment of a Grand Air Trine to Pluto, Neptune and the Moon in Aquarius. Rhapsody in Blue was an instant surprise hit and made a star out of the 26-year-old composer, the son of refugees from Russia. He’d written it on trains, over the month before. That night in February 1924, Jupiter was in its home sign of Saggo, and conjunct Mars, with both square Uranus.
Finally, it is 33.33 minutes long, for extra numerological oomph, as Three is the number of King Jupiter!