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Now that we explained Brain Waves, let’s explain Brainwave Entrainment 🧠
As touched upon in my previous post, your brain operates at certain levels of activity – the normal waking, active Beta, the meditative Alpha, the asleep-and-dreaming or deep meditative Theta, and the deep sleep/unconscious Delta. Beta is characterized by one thing we all want to get away from – stress.But that brainwave state has its place. It’s the action mode, and that’s the way it should be! If we’re not alert when we’re awake, bad things can happen, right?
But modern life is full of stresses that won’t kill us like the sabertooth would, back in the day. Stuff like jobs, relationships, things that don’t work when they’re supposed to… and yet our reaction to them is the same as if we were on the run from a wild animal.
So to get rid of stress, we have to go into the slower, deeper brain activity states. And that’s not easy. As anyone who has tried meditation will tell you, it’s almost impossible to focus on the breath while you have drama and worries on your mind - it takes YEARS of practice. And when you manage to get into the meditative state, it’s hard to stay there.
Again – drama, worries, and add to that the discomfort of sitting in the lotus position… this is why so many people get turned off by the thought of meditating. It’s hard! But then again, the benefits are outstanding. Hmm… dilemma…
That’s where brainwave entrainment comes in. #brainwaves#brainentrainment#alpha#beta#theta#delta#isochronictones#tones#tone#binuralbeats#beat#beats#solfeggiofrequencies#solfeggio#frequency#frequencies#sounds#soundmeditation#meditationmusic#meditation#meditations#meditatedaily#meditating#meditative 🧘♀️