Brainwave Entrainment Through Meditation

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Some people still see meditation as a strange, or even mystical, exercise only practiced by Buddhist monks or spiritual devotees. However, meditation now has a huge following in less than traditional circles and is growing in popularity among many different cultures. There is a method to do this that involves a principle known as brainwave entrainment.

Brainwave entrainment is a principle whereby brainwave frequencies attune themselves to external audio stimulation.

There are specially designed binaural beats downloads that are constructed to coax the brainwaves into lower frequency meditative states.

 

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The reason to meditate is that this is how you are going to regain your self-confidence.

When you meditate and put your brainwaves into the meditative ranges of alpha and theta, this is where the subconscious mind can be accessed to instill positive thoughts and perceptions.

This will become the foundation on which to build an increasing base of self-confidence.

 

Meditational Effects

Some of the effects of meditating include the reduction of layers of inner tensions, traumas, and limitations so that you feel more mentally and emotionally healthy and whole.

Deep meditative states are often associated with spiritual experiences and feelings of connection and “oneness.”

In addition, visualization in a meditative state can be used to enhance any activity that you want to get better at or any experience that you want to grow in your life.

You can now experience instant meditation with holosync.

holosync meditationHolosync was created using sound technology, for influencing consciousness, called binaural beats.

Binaural beats work by inputting two different frequencies into each ear while using headphones. Your brain will sense this differential and put itself in tune with the small differential.

It just so happens that this small differential is designed to be the frequency ranges for the meditation ranges of alpha and theta.

These are the states of highest relaxation and is where intense meditation can take place.

There are several different meditation techniques that a person can practice.

The important thing is to find a meditation technique that you are comfortable with and try to stick with that one.

If you tend to bounce around from one meditation technique to the other you will not get the full benefits of meditation

Trataka

Trataka meditationTrataka Meditation is an ancient yoga practiced to develop concentration.

Basically, the person gazes at the object till the eyes begin to water.

As they are gazing they let all thoughts flow through their mind and pass away.

Once the eyes begin to water the eyes are then closed.

Mantra

Mantra Meditation is where you say a word over and over in your mind.

This word acts like a vehicle that takes you to a state of no thought.

Chakra

When performing Chakra Meditation the person will focus on a specific chakra for the purpose of cleansing or energizing that chakra.

Chakra Meditation can be a powerful meditation for healing and the clearing of negative emotions.

 

Vipassana

Vipassana Meditation is one of the oldest forms of meditation and is used for the purpose of gaining insight into one’s nature and the nature of reality.

The goal of Vipassana Meditation is to bring suffering to an end for the individual.

 

Meditational Tools

Some meditation tools that can help you include meditation incense, meditation candles, relaxing meditation music. Other tools include Meditation bells, which are used to signify start and end of meditation practice.

Meditation gongs can also be used.

These gongs are used to bring people to the meditation hall signaling the start of the session. They are also known to release emotional blockages.

Comments

  1. John

    Great info. I only started meditating in Dec of 2017. It can be hard to get to a deep state but these brainwave meditations really help.

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