Science of Mind Power and Entrainment Techniques
Here, we are talking about binaural beats and why they deserve such special mention because they actually form the basis of one of the most popular and effective brainwave mind augmentation techniques is available today. What this is engineered and sculpted sounds that have been produced with the specific intent to create a sort of response in the brain that is needed to produce the effects of mind power and entrainment. How this works is that the person who is engineering the beat will first choose a medium. It can be anything from visual to auditory, or sometimes a mix of both, but in this, we will be concentrating on the auditory.
We Have All Been Gifted With “The Silver Tongue”
Every time he read a book out loud, something from the story came to existence but there was a price – a sacrifice of something going into the book. Hence he was called “The Silver Tongue”.
Concentration Power – Why it Matters and How You Can Improve It
Just like the rays of the sun can ignite a fire when focused at an object through a magnifying glass we can ignite ourselves by concentrating our mental powers. This article explains how.
1 of 5 Mind Development – Who Created What’s in Your Head?
Who Created What’s in Your Head? Parts of our life are filleted and processed by our brains. Depending on how well devolved our minds are will determine the quality of our life’s.
Mind Control Programming From Your Couch
Electroencephalography is the use of sensitive instruments to record all the electromagnetic activity that is produced along and within the scalp, produced normally and naturally by the firing of neurons within the brain. The brain is prone to spontaneous electrical activity, and this happens when different areas of the brain try to communicate with one another. How this is done, is that electrodes and frequency machines will be placed in and around the head to pick up these very signals. Where this came from actually is from the medical condition of epilepsy, and this method was introduced to actually measure the difference during an epileptic fit of the level of neuron activity in the brain as compared to when the subject is in the normal state.