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Watch the Video to learn about brainwave entrainment.
The combination of electrical activity of the brain is commonly called a brainwave pattern, because of its cyclic, “wave-like” nature.
Brainwave Entrainment is the process of synchronizing brainwave frequencies with a stimulus, like music, that communicates with the brain through pulses. Picture your brainwaves “synching up” with music that allows your brain to move into an altered state of consciousness… a state that can relax and easily let go of old AND let in the new helpful messages.
Brainwave Entrainment was identified in 1934, although its effects had been noted as early as Ptolemy. Neuropsychologists and the military have been experimenting with and using the power of this technology since the early 1940s.
How we use Brainwave technology in A Radical Shift
We create brainwave videos that combine:
- Brainwave entrainment music
- Beautiful imagery
- Statements of intention
How we use brainwave entrainment in our signature program.
We create the videos this way because the three together create a powerful complement to all we work on accomplishing in A Radical Shift, including:
- Release limiting subconscious beliefs/fears
- Create and integrate new empowering messages
- Redefine old perspectives
- Create new perspectives, resulting in a new mindset
- Get clear about what you value most and live aligned with that
- Reclaim the original, essential self
A little history…
Brainwaves were discovered by German neurologist Hans Berger in the mid-1920s. Though Berger’s path to this discovery began because he wanted to record what he thought was psychic energy in the brain, he eventually narrowed his focus and successfully made the first recording of electrical waves in the brain with what we know as an EEG.
With the discovery of brainwaves came the realization that electrical activity in the brain will change depending on what the person is doing. For instance, the brainwaves of a sleeping person are vastly different than the brainwaves of someone wide awake. Over the years, more sensitive equipment has brought us closer to figuring out exactly what brainwaves represent and with that, what they mean about a person’s health and state of mind.
There are five different types of brainwaves, ranging from low to high frequency:
- Delta brainwaves are the slowest brainwaves. They are generated in deep meditation and dreamless sleep. Healing and regeneration occur when the brain is in this state.
- Theta waves also occur in sleep and during relaxation. They are indicative of an inner focus, and dreams and vivid imagery occur in this state.
- Alpha* waves occur during quiet, thoughtful times. Alpha waves indicate that the brain is in a resting state.
- Beta waves are the most common pattern in the normal waking state. They occur when one is alert and focused on problem solving.
- Gamma brainwaves are the fastest and are associated with higher levels of consciousness.
Affirmations vs. Intentions
We make a distinction between affirmations and intentions. Affirmations are a series of positive statements that are repeated so the mind can “buy into them” and begin manifesting them in real life. Much of the time, they are used to manifest specified material goals. Though we have no real objection to this practice, it is not the focus of our work at A Radical Shift.
*More about Alpha brainwaves – Alpha brainwave music encourages a state of relaxation. The alpha state is a pleasant state of relaxed alertness. It’s a state that many people experience when they are waking up in the morning or when they are just beginning to drift off to sleep at night. While in a state of alpha relaxation, the mind is quite clear and receptive to information, learning is accelerated and one’s sense of creativity is enhanced. The mind is also very open to positive suggestions during this state.