MP3 Meditation Club – Brainwave Entrainment
I’m Katrina. I’ve been a brainwave entrainment specialist since 2007. Between 2000 and 2007, I was a yoga coach, and in 2006 I started working with binaural beats and brainwave entrainment. I learned how to create brainwave tracks, and my mind was forever changed for the better. I became more focused, less confused and found my direction! We have spent thousands of dollars on research and developed thousands of brainwave tracks, after which we tested with the help of interested people. Our collection of products is the result of years of testing and improving.
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Brainwaves are made by coordinated electrical pulses from the collection of neurons that communicate with each other inside the brain. Brainwaves are detected by affixing sensors to the scalp, and they can be divided into sections by their specific functions. For example, deltas are slow and loud. Gammas are fast and subtle. Very simply, brainwaves can be thought of as musical notes. Low frequency waves are like a deep penetrating drum beat, and high frequency brainwaves are like a high-pitched flute. Brainwaves change according to what a person does and feels. In other words, when slower brainwaves dominate, people may feel tired and slow. And when the higher frequencies dominate, people may feel "wired" and (or) hyper-alert.
Brainwave entrainment is a procedure that causes a person’s naturally occurring brainwave frequencies to fall in step with a periodic stimulus, for example, sound, vibrations or light, which then leads to the intended brain-state. The brain-state can be any one of the following: to induce a trance or dream, sleep or relaxation, or even to increase energy, but the choices go beyond these.
Brainwave entrainment can be caused just by listening to specially designed music (Isochronic Tones or Binaural Beats) or being exposed to flickering light. When referring to flickering light, we call this flicker-response because of its similarity to the effect when a person stares at a campfire or the flame of a candle because of how it can lull a person into a calm or peaceful state. In 1973, Gerard Oster wrote a lengthy article on this phenomenon, which was published in Scientific American. This article is still cited when experts refer to brainwave entrainment and the flicker response.
In 1929, shortly after the discovery of the Alpha brainwave by Hans Berger, researchers found that the strength of the wave could be pushed beyond its natural frequency using flickering lights. Brainwave entrainment was first identified in 1934, although its effects had been noted centuries earlier, as early as 2 A.D. according to some sources. That’s how we know that people have been enjoying its uses for hundreds… Read more…