How can this music streamline brainwaves to a pre-defined goal like increasing your self-awareness, empathy, ability to influence and increase your EQ?
This audio works with monaural and isochronic tones. You do not need a headset, but enhances the effect.
Change Your Programming
The subconscious mind is “a million times more powerful than the conscious mind” and arguably the control center of what you really think and believe. If your subconscious mind is therefore “running your life”, to make lasting changes you need to access the subconscious and change any limiting beliefs or programming that might hold you back.
One of the simplest and most effective ways to achieve this is through the use of audio and visual subliminal messaging technology.
The 4 Building Blocks of Consciousness There are
4 basic brain wave frequencies and each correlates with a specific state of consciousness. Like sound frequencies, brain waves are measured in Hz, or cycles per second. Theslower the frequency of your brain waves, the more relaxed you feel. Meditation, neurofeedback, hypnosis, and guided imagery have all been shown to help people control their brain waves more efficiently for better health, higher performance, and a more positive experience of life.
Delta State: This brain state is related to the unconscious or super-conscious mind. It occurs with deep sleep or profound states of meditation.
Theta State: We experience the Theta level in deep meditations and in our sleep state. This is a state of mind where excellent psychic experiences can occur, astral projection and extended remote viewing.
Alpha State: This is a more internally focused, self-reflective mind-set, such as what happens when we are daydreaming or meditating.
Beta Waves: Your brain is producing beta waves as you are reading this. A predominance of beta waves is associated with being alert, active, and whenever you concentrate on learning something or doing an activity that requires focus.
Binaural beats take you deeper than traditional meditation music. In fact, this music will literally guide your mind into a state of deep relaxation by gently entraining your brainwave activity with binaural beats. Monaural beats and isochronic tones have been found to have a stronger effect.
Monaural beats are combined into one sound before they reach the human ear, as opposed to formulated in part by the brain itself, which occurs with a binaural beat. In order for the brain to hear and interpret monaural tones, the different elements involved must be of the same frequency (for instance 85Hz in your left ear & 85 Hz in your right ear). Monaural tones most often occur in nature and form the basis for musical chords. Binaural tones, on the other hand, usually come from man-made objects that produce noise, such as engines. Although both types of tone are thought to be effective in entrainment therapy, monaural is a bit more flexible in that it doesn’t require the use of headphones in order to be effective.
Isochronic tones are similar to monaural tones in that they are combined into a cohesive listening experience before they reach the ear. However, with isochronic tones, the tones themselves are switched on and off via predictable patterns, creating a pulse effect that is extremely effective when used for therapeutic reasons. It is this enhanced effect that make isochronic sound possibly, as some believe, the most effective type of beat in brainwave entrainment. Before you use it, please check disclaimer and important information HERE
Your subconscious mind is the dynamic center, the very fabric where your dreams, desires and actions are being shaped continually, even in your sleep. It is your brain’s treasured forge, without which memory and imagination would not be possible. Like all powerful and treasured things, the subconscious mind is naturally locked away and protected. In the case of the subconscious, it is the conscious mind that is protecting it every way it can. The conscious mind is the armored soldier that protects the subconscious mind. It takes the beliefs, habits and behaviors formed in the subconscious mind and enforce them as much as possible. This is the reason why we feel awful when someone is directly disagreeing with us. That feeling you get is actually the subconscious mind reacting to the opposition. And when the subconscious mind doesn’t want you to believe, do or say something, the conscious mind employs its vast array of methods so you will comply.