Headphones are recommended, but not required. Please take the time to properly set your volume to a low and comfortable level. For optimal results, you should listen to this while resting with your eyes closed.
Carrier and modulation frequencies used: 1 Hz, 2 Hz, 3 Hz, 5 Hz, 8 Hz, 13 Hz, 21 Hz, 34 Hz, 55 Hz, 89 Hz, 144 Hz
Additional pulse modulation frequencies used: 7.83 Hz, 9.6 Hz, 10.55 Hz
This is an experimental meditation which was designed using the Fibonacci Sequence. I’m not entirely sure what all of the effects may be, but it is mostly an alpha and theta meditation. It appears to be effective in relieving anxiety and inducing a deeply meditative or trance-like experience. This new version is 30 minutes long, but repeats for 3 hours. Every 10 minutes, the sine waves change into a different range of pulse modulation.
Neural entrainment is also known as brainwave entrainment or brainwave synchronization. It is the theory that our brains have a tendency to synchronize themselves to external stimulation, which could include auditory, visual, tactile or electromagnetic stimuli.
It is believed that the human brain contains approximately 80+ billion neurons which communicate with each other to form our thoughts, emotions and behavior. When our neurons communicate in mass, it produces a synchronized electrical pulse known as a brainwave. Our brainwaves can align with an external stimuli, and as a result we can stimulate our brains in ways that could positively effect our psychology and physiology. Using this method we could alter the state of our consciousness in ways that we would usually have difficulty reaching. Entrainment is an effective method which allows you to experience what these states feel like, and how they affect the body.
Theta waves are faster than Delta waves, and range between 4 – 8 Hz. We typically experience these brain waves in the NREM sleep stage or during deep meditation. They are beneficial for meditation, learning, memory, sub-conscious organization, intuitive thinking and trance states. These waves are important for memory consolidation, the maintenance of health and psychological well-being.
When used properly, Theta waves can offer a sense of interface with parts of the mind which are responsible for subconscious reprogramming. The ideation that takes place during this state by-passes some natural brain filters. Without the use of neural entrainment, or a particular external stimuli it may take consecutive hours of meditation to gradually lower brain waves into the Theta range.
Alpha waves are faster than Theta and Delta waves, and range between 8 – 12 Hz. We experience these waves in wakefulness or in meditative states. These waves promote a presence of mind, clarity, creativity, and stress reduction. It is a resting state for the brain and aids mental coordination, mind/body integration and the learning process. Many report this as an especially pleasurable state of mind.
A brief list of benefits attributed to Alpha brainwaves:
– Improves concentration and motivation
– Improves discernment and problem solving
– Improves learning capabilities and memory
– Stimulates the imagination, and increases capacity for creative expression
– Improves confidence
– Helps to minimize depression
– Helps to change the chemical environment in the brain, resulting in increased levels of DHEA, dopamine, serotonin and oxytocin while reducing stress hormones such as cortisol
Theta activity may stimulate the production of:
– DHEA (dehydroepiandrosterone)
– GABA (gamma-aminobutyric acid)
Theta activity may help to reduce:
A more consolidated list of potential effects is listed below:
– improved learning capabilities
– improved memory consolidation
– Improved language development and expression
– increased creative potential
– increased cognitive performance
– improved visualization
– improved mental health
– improved rest and sleep
– improved concentration
– improved motivation
– improved confidence
– deeper meditation
– reduced stress
– reduced anxiety
First twelve digits of the Fibonacci Sequence: