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The healing frequency of fabrics!

“If you want to find the secrets of the universe, think in terms of energy, frequency and vibration.” ― Nikola Tesla.  I have loved this quote since I first heard it. I wondered can the clothes I wear, be affecting my health and wellbeing in some way? 

I heard Matt of Cultivate Elevate speak of it last year and since have come across it a number of times. The story is that Dr Heidi Yellen in 2003 did a study on the frequencies of fabrics.  Human body has a frequency of about100mHz, this is the same as organic cotton. When we get sick our frequency drops below 50mHz and for people nearly dying it is around 15mHz. 

If we wear materials that are of higher than 100mHZ frequency then it will benefit our health and well being. If we wear fabrics that are lower than 70mHz we are more likely to not feel great and may even get sick. 

Each fabric has a frequency that can be measured. Organic cotton has a value of 110 mHz. Polyester has a frequency of about 10mHz. Wool and linen both have a frequency of 5000mHz! It is important not to wear both wool and linen together as they cancel each other out. They cancel each other out as the energy field of wool flows from left to right and the energy field of linen flow right to left, hence together they would cancel each other out.  The Bible (Deuteronomy 22:11) states, “do not wear clothes of wool and linen woven together.”

Yellen’s study reported the following “signature freqencies” of different fabrics in megahertz, mHz.  

Linen: 5000

Wool: 5000

Organic cotton: 100

Cotton: 70

Silk: 15

Polyester: 15

Rayon: 15

Following on from this I felt that after an operation or if we are healing from a disease, wearing higher frequency materials would help the body heal faster and more efficiently.

I have always been drawn to natural fibres and only regularly worn polyester for gym leggings and bras. Interestingly, about 10 years ago I started to find wearing synthetic bras very uncomfortable and painful, and in the search for more comfortable bras, just stopped wearing them as much. I am still on the search for a good organic cotton or linen bra, so if you have any recommendations please feel free to email me. 

After hearing Matt speak of the frequency of fabrics, it made it so easy for me to declutter my wardrobe, something I had had some resistance doing up to that point. Learning about the frequency of fabrics made it so easy and what I found that was so interesting was that most of the clothes I had not worn for years were synthetic! So naturally, I was not drawn to wear them though I was attracted to their look so purchased them. 

Other problems with synthetic fabrics. 

Synthetic fabrics are basically plastic. So we are basically wearing plastic. When these clothes are washed they shed micro plastics into the water supply, which is not good for us or animals. Additionally if our skin absorbs what we put on it, does that mean we can absorb plastic and toxic chemicals used to make these fabrics through our skin?  This may be more likely with underwear, bras, yoga and gym wear, due to increased heat and moisture. 

I wonder, do synthetic fabrics contain BPA, a toxic chemical used in plastic manufacturing, and PFAs toxic chemical found in personal care products and non stick pans? Clearly more investigation into this needs to be done. Often learning about something new can bring up more questions to further ones knowledge. 

I always think knowledge has the potential to be powerful. When knowledge it applied what we learn from our application, can be wisdom. I trust that the information shared has been helpful. If you decide to make any changes now knowing more about the frequency of fabrics, I would love to hear from you and about the results you have noticed? 


With love and peace



This is the reference to the study by Dr Yellen I found. 

Cultivate Elevate


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