Binaural Beats and Brainwave Entrainment For Meditation
Binaural beats and meditation. If you’ve used the combination of the two you may likely be in agreement with the majority of others in the area of self-development on one thing:
Meditation is good! Adding binaural beats can make it even better!
The benefits are truly enormous: from improved mind power, increased IQ levels and greater energy to things such as self-enlightenment and needing less sleep.
Let’s face it though, how many of us TRULY indulge in a strict meditation schedule? And remember, you’re talking HOURS each day if you want the greatest benefit.
Honestly: in this modern hectic world, the majority of people simply don’t have or can’t make the TIME.
That was before the Brain Evolution Program….
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The Origins Of Binaural Beats
Heinrich Wilhelm Dove discovered binaural beats in 1839. While research about them continued after that, the subject remained something of a scientific curiosity until 134 years later, with the publishing of Gerald Oster’s article “Auditory Beats in the Brain” (Scientific American, 1973). Oster’s article identified and assembled the scattered islands of relevant research since Dove, offering fresh insight (and new laboratory findings) to research on binaural beats.
In particular, Oster saw binaural beats as a powerful tool for cognitive and neurological research, addressing questions such as how animals locate sounds in their three-dimensional environment, and also the remarkable ability of animals to pick out and focus on specific sounds in a sea of noise (which is known as the “cocktail party effect”).
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