Theta Meditation with Brainwave Entrainment

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If you are new to meditation, you might be having trouble shutting out your thoughts in order to meditate. You need to tap into your brainwaves. Find out what brainwaves are and how training them can help with Meditation.

Meditation has become a recent fad in our society but it has existed for centuries. People are just now becoming aware of the benefits of meditation with all the stress and anxiety that our world brings. With gadgets and modern tools to take care of our every need, we hardly have the time left to look inward and realize that all we really need to be happy is right there within us.

The benefits of Meditation are endless, but for the sake of this discussion I will list just a few of them are:

1. Lower levels of stress and anxiety.
2. Increased sense of well-being from the peace your get through meditating.
3. Improved health due to the above reasons.
4. Access to your higher intelligence which can help you with greater insight, greater intuition and psychic abilities.

5. Improved relationships due to reduced conflicts and better understanding of others.
6. Success in your career because of the combination of all the improvements in your personality.
7. Better concentration and focusing skills, which will help you do everything you do better.

Brainwaves and Meditation

The human brain goes through many frequencies during everyday. They are Beta, Alpha, Theta and Delta. These waves determine the state of our consciousness. We rarely ever stop and think about brainwaves but getting some basic knowledge about them can help you understand the workings of the mind a little better, hence you can make the changes required to help you with your meditation efforts.

Beta Waves have a frequency of 15-40 cycles per second and are produced when our brain is engaged, like during out day to day activities. The more attention a particular activity demands, the higher the frequency.

Alpha Waves are the next step. These have a frequency of 9-14 cycles a second. These waves occur when someone is resting or meditating. If you are new to meditation, the biggest obstacle for you will be to go from the Beta to the Alpha state. This can be achieved with practice and patience as it can take a while before you can tame your mind to stop thinking about things. This state can be achieved more easily with the help of Binaurals, Monaurals and Isochronics.

Theta Waves are characteristic of deep relaxation and have a frequency of 5-8 cycles every second. This is the state you experienced when you drove home from work without realizing how you got there. This is also the state of a Hypnotized mind. Meditation is deeper when these waves are present. This is also the state when creativity is at the highest and many ideas come to you that you could not think of in your Beta state.

Delta Waves are the longest and have the highest amplitude. They cycle between 1.5-4 cycles a second. These occur when we are in deep sleep and not dreaming. Dreams occur in the theta state.

How does Brainwave Entrainment relate to Meditation?

Simply put, training your brainwaves to occur on command. How is this achieved? Yogis and gurus put in years of practice to be able to be able to have their brain shift consciousness at their beck and call. But modern technology made it possible for people like you and me to experience the joy of meditation much easily if we choose to. This is through the discovery of Binaurals, Monaurals and Isochronics.

Binaural Beats

As you have seen Alpha state is where meditation begins and it occurs below 20 Hz, which is not audible to the human ear. To make this possible without years of practice, Binaural beats uses two different frequencies in each ear and the brain balances it by hearing the difference. For example, if you hear 200 Hz in one ear and 208 Hz in the other your brain hears 8 Hz, which is where Alpha state is achieved. Headphones are required to listen to these beats.

Monaural Beats

These are different from Binaural Beats because they are easier on your brain. With Monaural Beats you do not need to balance tones, adjusting time is quicker. These beats one tone pulsing on and off a specific pattern, your brain produce the effect you're looking for quickly. Headphone are not mandatory but will increase the effects.

Isochronic Tones

These are the most powerful of all. They use equal intensity tones, increasing the pulse speed, so the brain finds it easier to synchronize with the rhythm. These tones are in distinct and clean wave form which is designed to harmonize with the brain much more efficiently. Headphones are always recommended but not a must for Isochronic Tones.

So as you can see, there is hope for those struggling with achieving meditative states. Brainwave entrainment can help you not only with meditation, but also hypnosis, astral projections, past life regressions etc. The possibilities are endless, and there is a world out there to explore.

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