Binaural Tones

What is Brainwave Entrainment?

Basically, it involves exposing your brain to periodic stimuli like pulses of light or sound.

Brainwave entrainment audios use technology based on scientific brain research, in order to guide your brain into a desired wave frequency and thus minimise conscious interference, allowing you to relax and let go of negative thinking.

With brainwave entrainment you are able to bring your brainwaves to a desirable frequency and in the process achieve a mental state that is associated with it. As you use any of your senses, this stimulates your brain, which emits an electrical charge in response to these stimuli.

This process is not difficult to master, it is basically simple listening to tones, while your brainwaves naturally match the frequency associated with that particular sound.

Brainwave Entrainment Therapy is very simply, affordable method for anyone to go into higher potential of your brain for any kind of change you want. Remember, human body heals its seld. There’s no training or speciall practice needed, you need just a little time for your self and half hour of our Healing Frequencies and in short period of time you will witness magnificent change in your life.

The Origin of the Experience of Binaural Beats

We know that the experience of putting a given frequency tone in one ear and a slightly different tone in the other is that of hearing a third tone which is the difference in frequency of the two tones. Thus, putting a 200 Hz tone in one ear and a 210 Hz tone in the other would cause one to perceive a 10 Hz “beat” tone. An auditory brainstem response which originates in the superior olivary nucleus of each hemisphere.  The beat results from the interaction of two afferent auditoxy impulses, originating in opposite ears, below 1000 Hz; and which differ in frequency between one and 30 Hz.” The difference tone is experienced as the two waveforms flow in and out of phase within the superior olivary nuclei. The first reported use of the auditory effects of binaural beats, as detailed by Oster (1973), occurred in 1839. The originator was H. W. Dove, a German researcher.

Today, the binaural beat phenomenon is employed by a number of audiotape manufactures as a way of producing certain relaxed states in the listener. Foster examined, as part of his dissertation study, the degree to which these binaural beats at alpha frequency could result in an increase in alpha. He found that the binaural beats did indeed produce an increase in the occurrence of alpha however, another group which heard artificially produced surf sounds also showed a comparable increase in alpha. These two groups did not differ  ignificantly. Subjects did find that they seemed to be able to increase alpha more by concentrating on the binaural beat.