3+ hours of deeply relaxing meditative music covering a full spectrum of our brainwave states.
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Our Alpha brainwaves increase drastically as soon as we close our eyes, lie down, or focus more on our breathing. By stimulating these meditative brainwaves we can relax more and become tuned in to our environment. Creative minds and elite athletes often have higher Alpha brainwave activities than the typical human mind.
The Higher Theta brainwave state is an actively creative field of our mind. By stimulating this state we can deeply relax and explore a daydream atmosphere during our meditation. This brainwave state is typically lower in instances of people with ADD, ADHD, and Autism. Research suggests this would be a great area of the mind to stimulate for these non-neurotypical brain types.
The Lower Theta brainwave state is on the cusp of our conscious mind. Our "gateway to the subconscious." This is where the creativity of our imagination is formed. By stimulating this area we can deeply relax and explore our neurally rich Theta dream state which can be elusive during our sleep cycle.
As we age we produce fewer and fewer Delta brainwaves. This is found to be true even more so in the male mind. If we don't visit our Delta brainwave state during our sleep cycle we may feel sluggish during the day, lack empathy, heal more slowly from illness and injury, and more.
By stimulating this brainwave state we can help the mind make the needed neural connections to the Delta state during our sleep cycles to assist in relieving stress and resetting our parasympathetic system.
Our Epsilon brainwaves are the slowest brainwave state and are believed to regulate our body's most primal pulses through what is known as our parasympathetic nervous system. By stimulating this brainwave state we can relax and reset this system in a person suffering from any negative effects of anxiety and stress in their life.
If our parasympathetic system is too out of wack we can't properly heal or function well.
1. Arrange yourself into a comfortable position of your choosing.
2. Over-the-ear headphones are recommended for the best experience but earbuds or speakers work well too.
3. Before the meditation begins we encourage you to take several deep and slow breaths.
4. Inhale through the nose to provide the brain with lots of oxygen and exhale through your mouth with a slow audible deep humming or sigh.
These tracks are intended for meditation purposes only and contain polyharmonic isochronic entrainment techniques.