Brainwave Entrainment: You Are Like A Radio

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brainwave entrainment radioBrainwave entrainment tunes your brain, your personal radio transmitter, using specific frequencies or waves of energy.

Everything is a vibration or wave of energy.  The Universe is filled with waves of energy.  Brainwaves are a form of electromagnetic radiation or wave of energy that travel at the speed of light.

Your brain is a human radio transmitter that sends out measurable electrical wave signals (you continue to send these wave signals out into the Universe for as long as 37 hours after you die.)  The human brain emits waves, the frequency upon which is dependent on what your are doing, as in sleeping for example, or giving a speech.  This frequency fires thousands of neurons simultaneously at the same frequency, generating a wave–somewhere in the 10 to 100 cycles per second.  You pick up frequencies in that range, like a radio.  The neuron behaves like a giant antenna, with different branches of dendrites tuned to different frequencies.  Each synapse has a preferred frequency.  New synapses have no frequency until exposed over time.

That’s where brainwave entrainment comes boomer 1

The repetition of rhythms, fine tune the synapses.  If the rhythm is thrown off, the connection loses its efficiency.  This is how you shut off networks that support limiting beliefs that you wish to eliminate.

Repeated exposure to a particular frequency, hardwires the new synapse, which takes in the new information, learns  from it and excepts only that frequency.  The neurons become pre-programmed.  Further exposure causes that particular rhythm to immediately lock-on, making it stronger and stronger.  This is how brainwave entrainment assists you in forming a new behaviour.

You can use brainwave entrainment as a tool to deliver the optimal brain rhythm to targeted connections, enhancing new behaviour.

Your brain gives off frequencies according to the mood, or channel, that you are in.  Different frequencies or channels, are used for different functions.  Lower frequencies transmit memories from past experiences and higher frequencies transmit present experiences, conveying what is happening where you are right now.

Your brain can switch to whatever frequency, but it cannot do both at the same time, allowing you to experience fully, the function of that one frequency.

Problems that you may have, let’s say with learning, may be that your synapses aren’t tuned into the right frequency.  You’re off the channel.

Normally, the two hemispheres of your brain vibrate at different frequencies.  Entrainment synchronizes them.  When the two sides of your brain vibrate at the same frequency, features of whatever hertz is playing, will be enhanced.

You have a mechanism in your brain that filters out distracting thoughts in order to focus on a single piece of information–a particular frequency.  This mechanism, which functions similar to a radio, allows your brain’s nerve cells to tune in to the right station to get the information needed, filtering out any other thoughts (frequencies).

 Brainwave entrainment helps you tune into the right frequency for whatever it is you wish to achieve, turning on the synapses for that function.  Entrainment specifically targets certain areas of your brain using specific waves of energy, tuning into the neurons of your brain.  Once locked on, if the rhythm continues, you will experience the full function of that neuron in that specific frequency.

Your brain is a radio, and using brainwave entrainment, you can turn the knob and find your favorite station…or state of being.

The right frequency can help you achieve your goals, every time.


***Just as a side note for us boomers, as we get older, our brain’s ability to tune into a specific rhythm diminishes, the connections of more than one rhythm at a time extracting information at the same time, blurring all information.  It becomes harder to understand what is distracting or irrevelent information.  Brainwave entrainment can sharpen the connections of the neurons and make new neural connections, optimizing your brain function.


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