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Things to know about our Brainwave Meditations...

When ancient traditions team up with modern technology, the result is our successful and effective series of state-of-the-art digitally designed Brainwave Meditations.

Studies have shown that vibrations from rhythmic sounds have a profound effect on brain activity. In shamanic traditions, drums were used in periodic rhythm to transport the shaman into other realms of reality. The vibrations from this constant rhythm affected the brain in a very specific manner, allowing the shaman to achieve an altered state of mind and journey out of his or her body.

In direct correlation, we see similar effects brought on by the constant and rhythmic drone of Tibetan Buddhist chants, which transport the monks and even other listeners into realms of blissful meditation.

Now that technology allows for precise research and studies, science is able to explain this phenomenon, which is now called brainwave entrainment.

Brainwave entrainment refers to the brain’s electrical response to rhythmic sensory stimulation, such as pulses or sound. When the brain is presented with a rhythmic stimulus, the rhythm is reproduced in the brain in the form of electrical impulses, synchronizing its own electric cycles to the rhythm. The brain’s internal rhythm is called brainwaves. The brainwave pattern will change depending on what the person is doing – sleeping, analyzing, relaxing, etc.

Similar to the ancient traditions, the gentle pulsating rhythms of our brainwave meditations act in the same fashion. Yet, because the frequencies are computer generated, they are precise, consistent and can be targeted to induce highly specific and desired brain states.
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