What Are Brain Waves and
Why Are They Important to You?
Scientific Studies Reveal Direct Correlation Between Brain Wave Activity and Mental Performance!
For many years, scientists have known that certain electrical patterns in the brains of humans correspond to different mental abilities and states. Using what is known as an EEG machine, they can actually measure your patterns – called brain waves -- and view them on a screen.
What does this mean to you? Well, when scientists conducted brain wave tests on a range of subjects, they found that nearly every activity has a specific ideal brain wave pattern associated with it. When you use Holosync, you can create those various brain wave patterns on demand – which gives you an incredible advantage in life!
Briefly, here is a description of the four brain wave patterns and the roles they play in your life:
Most of the time, we're in what is called a beta brain wave pattern — the pattern of normal waking consciousness. Beta waves are associated with concentration, alertness, and cognition. At its highest, most rapid levels, though, beta is associated with anxiety, disharmony and unease. (Of course, the ability to slow yourself down when you're at those levels would be beneficial to you.)
If we relax a bit, we go into an alpha brain wave pattern. In an alpha brain wave state, a person is very relaxed, but also — very effortlessly — remains focused. Concentration is easy in this state. In fact... The mind takes in information, stores it, and remembers it at a level far higher than normal!
That's right. Holosync technology can actually improve memory! In one study, test scores were not only higher than normal, but were accomplished in only half the study time! In another, time spent studying was reduced 24% — while recall increased 26%!
Alpha is also often associated with what is known as "superlearning" — the ability to learn, process, store and recall large amounts of information quickly and efficiently.
As we get older, we begin to lose the ability to enter these high performance brain wave states at will — but Mind Aerobics provides a way to enter them any time, at the push of a button!
Slower still are theta waves, produced during dreaming sleep, but also associated with increased creativity, "ah-ha!" experiences, increased memory, and what are called integrative experiences (in which we make broadly-based positive changes in the way we see ourselves, others, or a certain life situation).
Theta is also the brain pattern of (among other things) increased creativity. It is the brain wave state in which Thomas Edison's greatest ideas came to him! Some call it being "in the zone!"
Dr. Thomas Budzynski, a noted researcher in this field, has said that critical and often self-sabotaging filters of the left brain are by-passed in a theta state, and that in terms of making positive changes in beliefs or habit patterns, "a lot of work gets done very quickly."
Best of all, theta is also a state of tremendous stress relief! In the slower theta brain wave pattern, the brain makes lots of relaxing endorphins that really do — as you will see when you try it for yourself — melt your stress away.
The slowest brain wave pattern is delta, the brain wave pattern of dreamless sleep. Generally people are asleep when they are in delta, but there is evidence that it is possible to remain alert in this state — a very deep state in which you enjoy a corresponding increase in balance between the two hemispheres of the brain.
This balance is called brain synchrony, and taps you into what scientists call whole brain thinking, the type of brain function associated with geniuses — the Einsteins and Mozarts of the world. Amazingly, it is not only possible — but actually easy — for you to develop this type of high-performance thinking!
Before now, it was difficult — if not impossible — to reach these beneficial brain states without a lot of mental gymnastics and complicated mental techniques.
But with our amazing Holosync audio technology it is possible to create any of these brain wave patterns, easily and effortlessly...in anyone’s brain!
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