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Maximizing the Benefits of Binaural Beats

Binaural beats are a form of brainwave-altering technology that is widely hailed as a miraculous treatment for stress, anxiety and a slew of other conditions. These sounds have been designed to put your brain in the same state of activity it would be in while you are meditating using classic methods, which makes them invaluable for your spiritual growth if you’re pressed for time and battling to meditate on a regular basis.

Classic meditation, while extremely valuable, can also be difficult for many people. Some find it hard to hold the mind’s focus for long periods, or to quieten the buzz of their thoughts long enough to meditate effectively.

These folks often liken their minds to something like an online pokies NZ machine – constantly spinning in search of the next big win or stimulus! Unfortunately, due to these factors and today’s busy lifestyles, many people are missing out on the amazing benefits of meditation. Binaural beats could provide an answer to this problem.

The form of brainwave entertainment offered by binaural beats puts you in a comparable meditative state quickly and fairly easily, too. By using them, nearly anyone can use meditation as an amazing personal growth tool, even if they have battled to achieve it in the past. Binaural beats are also excellent for general use when you need to relax or get into touch with your higher self, and require no special skills or knowledge to use. You don’t even need any practice! Simply meditate using beat-containing songs with a pair of high quality headphones and you are already on your way to success.

Your Guide to Using Binaural Beats

The first step to using these beats for maximum efficacy is to find a quiet and comfortable place with a good vibe and no distractions present.

It’s essential to listen to binaural beats in a place where you can relax fully, rather than while you are doing something that requires your full attention like driving or operating machinery. While you’re listening, avoid any activities that are mentally demanding in nature, as meditative states and action-orientated critical thinking do not mix well.

Basically, these sounds should be listened to when you need to clear your mind, relax, conjure up the power of your creativity, enhance your intuition, and help you to solve pressing problems. They are also great for personal development practices like repeating mantras and affirmations and visualization techniques.

Brainwave Entertainment for Stress

When using binaural beats to help with stress and anxiety, the trick is to give yourself plenty of time to listen to them. According to scientific studies, the brain needs around 7 minutes to ‘entrain’ (become synced with) the aural stimuli you are offering it. After that 7 minutes is up, give yourself at least another 15-30 minutes of listening time to harness the beats’ full spectrum of benefits.

When meditating, it’s also important to do what works for you. Contrary to popular belief, you can meditate with your eyes open as well! Focus on something like a candle flame or a burning incense stick to try and quiet and focus your mind, or if you’re meditating with your eyes shut, you can simply focus on the music you are listening to.

Be sure to experiment in this area to find out what suits you best. Beginners tend to find that closed-eye meditation works better for them because it eliminates visual distractions.

Another crucial thing to remember is that you will need stereo headphones in order for the beats to do their work. This is because the beats in question are actually generated in your brain. Each of your ears will receive a slightly different frequency in tandem, and the brain will perceive the tone that sits between the two frequencies.

So, for example, if one of your ears is listening to a 210 Hz beat and the other a 200 Hz beat, your brain will take away a 10 Hz frequency – the same frequency it produces during meditation.

Other Things to Bear in Mind

Aside from all the tips mentioned above, there is one very essential trick to using binaural beats effectively... patience. Training your brain in a certain way takes time, just as training your body does.

Binaural beats might put your brain into a meditative state, but they do not have the power to exact any major changes in your brain itself. You will still need to put in your personal development work regardless, but the beats do open the door and make it easier for you to get started.

Another thing to consider is that these beats don’t have to be used exclusively for meditation. There are many different frequencies available, some of which are great for boosting your concentration and mental performance as well.

The brainwave entertainment sounds create a kind of synchronicity between the two hemispheres of your brain, which can help you think more clearly and holistically. Try them while working, exercising, problem solving or studying for a serious brainpower boost! If you have any brilliant ideas while listening to them, be sure to write them all down too...

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