by: Color • 1
his is a soothing sub-delta (0-1 Hz) delta session designed to help with fibromyalgia and chronic pain. It is based on the study of fibromyalgia by Kathy Berg, David Siever, Horst Meuller and Donald Seibel. Entrainment is provided by tone beats and randomly generated forest sounds (chirping birds and running water), and entrainment embedded into a soothing ambient music soundtrack.
More and more people are turning to meditation as a way to seek inner peace, calm the emotions, quiet the mind, heal the body, and replenish the spirit. Over the centuries and even today many people use different methods to enter a deep state of meditation. Some use breathing techniques. Some use chanting, others use dance, instruments, music, devotional exercises and so much more. All these are different methods used for basically entraining the brain and lowering the brainwave frequencies in gradual progression from beta to alpha to theta to delta levels where the rejuvenating benefits of meditation can be experienced. Also used by some for entering deep states of meditation are brainwave mp3's or cd's which are embedded with binaural beats or isochronic tones.
It has been scientifically documented that periods of regular brainwave entrainment by means of listening to cd's or mp3's embedded with binaural beats or isochronic tones can lead to an increase in overall emotional calmness, relaxation, deep inner peace, intelligence, creativity, focus and mental clarity also improving memory, raising IQ and creating a rise in energy, and reduction in stress levels. These are the same benefits one experiences during meditation.
Scan Your Body For Tension
You must relax your body completely so your mind is free to wander where it likes. To do this, turn your attention to different parts of your body in a "scanning" fashion, such as from your head to your toes. For instance you could start with the top of your head, then the forehead, then the eyes, cheeks, mouth, jaw, neck and so on.
For all but a few special sessions, your eyes should be closed during the entire session. Closing the eyes eliminates about 80% of the external input an average brain receives.
This is a great way to help bring your mind down to an open brainwave. When you look up, the visual part of your brain is stimulated.That is why many people look up when they are trying to solve a math problem, or trying to remember something visual. This is also the position of your eyes when you are in REM sleep. It may take a second to get used to, but if your eyes feel uncomfortable after a period of time, just let them rest at a level you are used to.
Focus on the Beats
All sessions produce "beats," or what sounds like short, rapid pulses. When listening to binaural beats if you listen through only one headphone, you will hear a constant tone, but listening through both you will hear the beat that your mind produces. Focusing on these beats is the best way to entrain your mind to them. Your mind responds to your attention and will entrain far better if you focus on the stimulus.