C# Tibetan Singing Bowls With Binaural Beats (4hz and 2hz)

Sonic Yogi on December 14, 2013 21:12


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    C# Tibetan Bowls With Binaural Beats (4hz And 2hz). I added Binaural Beats at 4hz for the first 20 minutes and 2hz for the remaining set.

    Binaural beats are a way of synchronizing your brain waves (which are measured in hertz) with the hertz of the binaural beat. The brain has a frequency following response which causes this to occur. This works best with headphones and is useful for meditation or relaxation. In this case I created three binaural beats. Each section is 10 minutes long and the beginnings are marked with the hits of the singing bowl. The tone is C 256 hz.

    Here is an article from Wikipedia about Brainwave Entrainment:

    The brainwave states (Beta, Alpha, Theta, Delta) are listed on this page (scroll down to the table)

    here's a basic rundown of the brains states:

    Beta - 30hz-13hz - your normal awake state, in higher ranges or above 30hz you may be experiencing stress. In this case, you gotta chill!

    Alpha - 13z-8hz - a relaxed and reflective state

    Theta - 8hz-4hz - a very meditative state or getting drowsy and drifting off, if your sleepy)

    Delta - 4hz and below - deep sleep or a very deep meditative state. Buddhist Monk's brainwaves have been measured in this state during meditation.

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