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What Are the Benefits of Brainwave Entrainment and Isochronic Tones

Updated on June 29, 2023
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I write articles about what I know and what I have researched. I'm a retired singer/musician with a passion for writing about random topics.


What Are Isochronic Tones?

Isochronic tones are tones, not music, comprised of regular beats of one single tone at varying frequencies and are used as brain entrainment tools. They are a lot like monaural beats that work outside the brain and are considered better than binaural beats since no headphones are needed for the isochronic tones to work.

These tones work based on the on and off method as opposed to the continuous one like binaural beats. Isochronic tones are ideal for meditation, relaxation, stress relief, sleep induction, healing, mind control, mind power and other kinds of self-improvement and self-development.

Is Brain Entrainment With Isochronic Tones Safe?

When you use these isochronic tones for self-hypnosis and other kinds of self-development it is perfectly safe. While it is called brain entrainment, it is not brainwashing, but instead just using tones to affect your mood. So, yes this is a safe way to meditate and relax.

Various tones are used to create different effects on the brain. It does not change your personality, but it can improve your mood and be used as a tool for relaxation, meditation and a fix for insomnia.

These tones tend to change your brainwave patterns by causing it to have to sync with the different frequencies. A long, technical list of binaural beats frequencies and what they are used for can be found at Lunar Site.



A Good Set of Earbuds or Headphones

It's best to listen to isochronic tones through a headset or earbuds.

Isochronic Tones - The Human Brain and Entrainment

The human brain is basically a mass of fatty tissue with an intricate series of nerves going all through it. While science can tell you what the brain is made of and explain some things about the various nerve centers and the various sections of the brain, they cannot really explain how the brain actually works.

Sure, they can tell you how it physically works, but they are still clueless about the higher consciousness and just how brainpower and energy work.

You may find a lot of information on the human brain online, but it will all be mostly technical. As far as explaining things like how feelings actually occur in the brain and what makes some people tick, science is still in research mode.

Research is likely where they will stay on this subject because it is beyond traditional science in my opinion.

However, NASA and Fortune 100 companies are constantly using Brain Entrainment therapies for enhancing focus, memory, concentration, brainpower, meditation, and relaxation. It is also used to treat various disorders like depression, ADHD and anxiety.

Brainwave music like isochronic tones and binaural beats can be found as downloads on Amazon or your iTunes store. You may find a few that are free so you can try them out, but many are affordable at only about 99 cents per track.

How Do Isochronic Tones Affect Mind Power?

Your mind power is simply your own mind's overall capacity. This include cognition, paranormal powers like ESP and telekinesis, intelligence, talents, creativity, thinking processes, consciousness and intuition. You do need to realize that mind power is not measured on an exact scale of any kind due to the fact that it consists of infinite (endless) dimensions. I know that sounds like Science Fiction, but really that's the only way to describe it.

Isochronic tones are thought to help you expand your mind power. It is possible to boost your mind power through various techniques as well as brain entrainment. Mind mapping, critical and lateral thinking, speed reading, meditation, brain teasers and NLP are examples of techniques to help increase the power of your mind.

A Short Clip of Isochronic Tones for Sleep

Can Isochronic Tones Help You Development Mind Control?

Most of us want to be able to control how we feel and think. Vulcans, according to the Star Trek series of shows and movies, mastered the art of mind control and are able to control their emotions and yet still feel them.

We don't live in a Science Fiction novel or show, but we humans can still learn to master mind control. Understand that it takes hard work, meditation, patience, and perseverance to master mind control.

You can boost your efforts by utilizing isochronic tones. They can help you develop better self-esteem, stop bad habits, improve intuition, overcome fear and remedy other emotional and mental issues.

Brainwave entrainment is becoming a very popular method of personal development and mind control in today's world.

Stay tuned in the coming weeks for more articles about brain entrainment, isochronic tones, monaural tones and binaural beats in more specific areas.

This content is accurate and true to the best of the author’s knowledge and is not meant to substitute for formal and individualized advice from a qualified professional.

© 2011 CeLeste Christopher


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