Use your brain constructively
Scientific research maintains that the brain is divided into three large main sections. The forebrain, midbrain and hindbrain. The forebrain thinks, the midbrain feels and the hindbrain regulates bodily functions i.e. pulse, blood pressure, respiration etc. The brain sends out five different types of signals. When a particular type of brainwave is dominant, then you are said to be in that state of conciousness.
Sound waves convey messages
Scientific research proved several decades ago that specific frequencies affect the brain more than others. These sound waves create and affect the electrical activity in the brain and the effects can be observed both with EEG instruments as well as peoples own subjective experiences. Among the leading scientific institutions that conduct research into sound waves is th Monroe Institute in Virginia, USA. The research includes how audio and combinations of tones create various different everyday conditions such as meditation, concentration, sleep, etc.
The Gamma Brainwave range is able to properly combine or “bind” your senses and memory together for one ultimate experience. This is why on a memorable night you’ll often remember the music that was playing, the aroma of the atmosphere, what you saw, the foods you ate, etc. The Gamma Brain Wave state is an incredibly focused one and allows us to get the richest possible sensory experience as a result of our external world.
Gamma Brain Waves have also been linked with the ability to process large amounts of information in relatively small amounts of time. Think of having more Gamma Activity as getting a processor upgrade for your brain. People without much Gamma activity literally cannot imagine what they are missing out on – unless they have experienced Gamma activity before.
|* Manifestation||* Binding Perception||* Higher conciousness|
|* Inspiration||* Cognition|
Beta brainwaves are characteristic of an engaged mind, which is highly alert and well focused.
Beta activity is quick-connect, fast activity and tends to dominate the normal waking state of consciousness when-attention is directed towards the outside world.
Typically detected in the frontal lobes (where decisions are managed), Beta is usually seen on both sides of the brain in geometric distribution. It may be absent or reduced in areas of brain damage. It is generally regarded as a normal rhythm and tends to be the dominant rhythm in those who are alert, anxious or have their eyes open.
|* Awake||* Attention||* Concentration|
|* Analytical thinking||* ADD/ADHD therapy||* Focus|