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Alter Your State of Mind With Frequencies & Vibrations

Updated on December 31, 2017

Alter Your State of Mind with Frequency

Some will say to put a smile on your face and it will help you feel happy. We want to be happy, we want to be able to control our emotions, feelings, experiences. But it is not always easy to do.

Have you ever tried changing your brain waves? Frequencies play a major role in our life. Energy is everything and everything is energy and energy is created with frequencies. Taking this scientific fact into account and utilizing it in our own life can and will make amazing changes. Positive changes resulting in a better life all by altering your mind with frequencies called Monaural, Binaural or Isochronic tones that generate gamma, alpha, beta, theta and delta frequencies to train your brain.

It's not hard to do. You just need to decide which type of frequency you would like to feed to your brain and then play and listen. There are many CDs and even youtube videos that are all ready created for many different purposes and personal goals..

Improve your mental, emotional and physical well being by altering your state of mind. Enjoy the experience of discovering even more powers within your brain's capabilities.

I Am A Brain

I am a brain, Watson. The rest of me is a mere appendix.

-Sherlock Holmes

Which Frequency Needs Headphones?

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How to get the best results

All beats including Monaural, Binaural and Isochronic beats involve brainwave entrainment. Isochronic frequencies are created for all of the brainwave states: alpha, beta, theta, delta and gamma.

The difference is - monaural beats play the same sound, binaural beats play separate frequencies into each ear to create a third tone that equals the difference between the two. Isochronic tones play separate pulses of a single tone.

Only the binaural beats require headphones because of the two different frequencies. Monaural and isochronic tones don't need headphones and they can easily be listened to in your car, on an open speaker, or through your mobile or even on a walk.

Who Knew Neuroscience Could Be So Cool!

There are various ways of utilizing the beats; one of the best methods is through meditation. Only meaning that one should be in a comfortable position in an attempt to silence mind chatter. This technique works very well in achieving that state of mind because of the frequency sounds. Letting your mind gravitate to the sound of frequencies entering your mind pushes out the "old" thoughts and gives you a focus; hence, helps with the process.

The repetitive beats or tones stimulate a coordinated tempo in the brain waves. This brings on a change in the workings of the neurons in the brain and helps relax an individual. It is a lot of science and biology, but the beats and tones have numerous uses, and can actually affect someone positively.

Try Isochronic Tones for Concentration

The 5 Brain Wave Frequencies

Brain Waves listed from the fastest to the slowest in frequency waves. There are many other benefits derived from the five different frequencies. Many of these include aids for study, stress, anxiety, clear thinking, mediation, metaphysical and spiritual experiences, health benefits and emotional benefits.

Brain entrainment is also used for out of body experiences, including lucid dreaming and astral projection. The power and abilities of our brains is endless and new discovers are constant.

The 5 Brain Wave Frequencies

Brain Waves
Frequency
Benefits
Gamma
30 - 70 Hz
Increase Brain Function
Beta
14 - 30 Hz
Mental Energy
Alpha
7 - 14 Hz
Relaxation, Internal Awareness
Theta
4 - 7 Hz
Spiritual, Creative
Delta
0.5 - 4 Hz
Deep Sleep, Empathy
Alter Your State of Mind
Alter Your State of Mind

Brainwave Entrainment - A Form of Meditation

Meditation is more common than you think. It isn't always the typical concept of a lotus position, humming om. Since historical times, people have meditated in order to focus the mind or to get in touch with one's own consciousness. This is, however, a generalization of what meditation is. When explored thoroughly, meditation has many uses, especially concerning consciousness.

Meditation is not one specific practice; it relates to many practices. People meditate for all sorts of reasons, such as relaxing an excited/stressed mind, getting in touch with raw emotions like joy, love, endurance, mercy, or to focus on energy frequencies and their powerful benefits. All the uses for meditation relate to the mind, but indirectly relate to one's life. Meditation is also a religious exercise for many. Those who believe their faith directly links to their soul and mind, meditate regularly to keep their faith regulated. There are also medical uses to meditation: regulating blood pressure level or easing mental illnesses such as anxiety and depression are a couple of examples.

By coupling the benefits of meditation while simultaneously listening to beats or tones will enhance the experience and the results.

Tap Into The Power of Energy

The whole science of brainwave entrainment is quite interesting and if school syllabuses focused more on these topics, maybe sleeping in class would not be so common (take notes, education sectors!). Brainwave entrainment does not have any lasting effects, neither do they harm the practicing individual in any way. This is because the changes in your brainwaves occur because of the external tones you are hearing. As long as you keep listening or meditating to it, your brainwaves react differently and hence, bring on the desired change in you. However, as soon as the repetitive tones stop, your brainwaves return to their normal state.

The concept of such brainwave entrainment sounds like science but does it relate to natural science, that remains a question. Some argue that it is science and some argue that it is not, because forcefully inducing a change in brainwaves is not natural. However, one can settle for agreeing that any process is science, whether it relates to textbook definitions or tapping into the power of energy frequencies. No need to make everything so complicated.

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