BETA WAVES 13 hz – 39 hz

during a busy, active day, busy thinking active concetration, arousal, cognition, paranoia. Beta is identified with active, busy or anxious thinking and active concentration. A healthy beta state allows you to think quickly and improve your focus. But too much time in the beta state can cause anxiety, stress, and paranoia, which can lead to muscle tension, depression, high blood pressure, and insomnia, among other sleep disturbances and health problems. While too much time in beta is obviously not good, a lack of sufficient beta activity can also cause mental or emotional disorders such as depression, ADD and insomnia. In such cases stimulating beta activity can improve emotional stability, energy levels, attentiveness and concentration.

ALPHA WAVES 8 hz – 12 hz

Alpha frequencies (Meditate with eyes open or closed) Develop greater stress resilience and lower anxiety levels Better focus, reading and study Calming of the emotional and physical system such as heart rates Improved creativity and meditation skills. When we begin to relax or begin to get drowsy, but are still awake and conscious, we are at the alpha level. Alpha patterns vary from deep alpha, a state of deep relaxation, (often referred to as the twilight state between sleep and waking) to the higher end of alpha that is a more focused, yet still a very relaxed state. Alpha is a very receptive, absorbent mental state and can be used for effective self-hypnosis, reprogramming the sub conscious, accelerated learning and more. When you spend more time in Alpha state, you find it easier to tap into your higher levels of creativity and expression. Light relaxation,  super learning positive thinking, Conducive to creative problem solving, accelerated learning, mood elevation, stress reduction, etc., relaxed, yet alert. Associated with calm, relaxed, unfocused (not concentrating), lucid mental states, dream sleep & pleasant drifting feelings or emotions; promotes mental resourcefulness, aids in mental coordination, enhances relaxation.

THETA WAVES 4hz – 7hz

Theta frequencies (Meditate with eyes closed) Support to the immune system and healing process. Deeper meditation and enhanced problem solving, Greater insight and creative flow Consolidation of information from short to long term memory. When we are asleep and have dreams, and experience rapid eye movement (REM), and even when we experience deep meditation, we are at the theta level. Theta is a dream like stage, pre-sleep or pre-awaken stage (or deep meditation stage). Theta is associated with a number of beneficial states such as: sustained attention over time, enhanced creativity, boosted immune system, increased long term memory, opening the mind to suggestion and new ideas, advanced problem solving, deep meditation and deep relaxation etc., In the slower theta brainwave pattern, the brain makes lots of relaxing endorphins that melt all your stress away. Access to subconscious images, deep meditation, reduced blood pressure, said to cure addictions; Reset the brain &  sodium potassium levels. Increases sex drive; found inner peace, mystical truths ,transforming, Military remote viewers operate in this range. Creativity, intuition, daydreaming, fantasizing, recollection, imagery, dreamlike, switching thoughts

DELTA WAVES 0,5 hz – 4 hz

Delta frequencies (Meditate with eyes closed). Enhanced meditation and expanded awareness, Physical and emotional healing and regeneration Increased feelings of connection and reduced opposition Cleansing of sub-conscious blockage Delta waves are usually associated with the unconscious and deep, slow brain activity found in deep sleep. At the delta level the body replenishes its energy, releases anti-aging hormones like human growth hormone (HGH*), relieves stress, and boosts the immune system. The delta state rejuvenates your mind, body, and spirit. When your dominant brainwave is delta, your body is healing itself and "resetting" its internal clocks so to speak. When we are in deep, dreamless sleep at the delta level the pituitary is stimulated to produce more HGH which is why we feel refreshed and replensished when we get a good nights sleep. The anti-aging properties of deep meditation come from the release of HGH when reaching the delta level during meditation.

Cymatics A Bridge to the Unseen World

Veritas_cymatics   – read in .pdf

Seeing sound with the CymaScope Sound is an invisible force that permeates every aspect of our lives. With the exception of music, many manmade sounds are jarring while the sounds of Nature tend to flow over  and around us like soothing waters, lifting our spirit, inspiring us, exciting us. Yet if we could see sound our world would be even more beautiful than we could imagine. It would be a world filledith shimmering holographic bubbles, each displaying a kaleidoscopic pattern on its surface. To see sound is to open a new window onto our world, one that has been veiled in mystery until recently.


To understand the concept of visual sound a little more fully it will be helpful to explore how the vibrating atoms of air that create sound relate to light and life. At the moment of these atomic sound collisions something quite magical happens: Light is created.




The Origin of Cymatics

Cymatics—the study of visible sound— can be traced back at least 1000 years to African tribes who used the taut skin of drums sprinkled with small grains to divine future events. The drum is one of the oldest  nown musical instruments and the effects of sand on a vibrating drumhead have probably been known for millennia. However, perhaps the first scientist to notice the phenomena was Leonardo Da Vinci. One day  e noticed dust behaving oddly on a wooden table: ‘I say then that when a table is struck in different places the dust that is upon it is reduced to various shapes of mounds and tiny hillocks. The dust descends from the hypotenuse of these hillocks, enters beneath their base and raises itself again around the axis of the point of the hillock.’ Hans Jenny, a Swiss medical doctor and scientist who studied visual soundintensively is most widely known as the“Father of Cymatics.” Jenny coined the  word kymatik, (‘cymatic’ in English) from the Greek ‘kyma’ meaning ‘wave,’ to describe the periodic effects that sound and vibration have on matter (even though, as we mentioned earlier, sound is not actually a wave!) His books are rich sources of cymatic imagery, which he observed and described in great detail, although he left scientific and mathematical explanations to scientists  who would come after him. Jenny invented the ‘Tonoscope’ and was the first to suggest that such a device might one day assist deaf individuals to acquire speech.

Jenny – Cymatics – A Study of Wave Phenomena and Vibration – Volume 1 (1967)