September 19, 2013

How Does the Brainwave Entrainment in My Hypnosis Apps Work?

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brainwave entrainment

Brainwave Entrainment Hypnosis Apps

When it comes to understanding how brainwave entrainment works, especially in the context of self hypnosis and my hypnosis apps, take a look at this video. The majority of the hypnosis apps and Attention Shifting programs utilize brainwave entrainment in the form of binaural beats. Keep this in mind when searching for hypnotherapy apps or hypnosis downloads because specific brainwave ranges will help you to vivify your hypnotherapy experience.

If you place 32 metronomes on a static object and set them rocking out of phase with one another, they will remain that way indefinitely. Place them on a moveable surface, however, and something very interesting (and very mesmerizing) happens.

The metronomes in this video fall into the latter camp. Energy from the motion of one ticking metronome can affect the motion of every metronome around it, while the motion of every other metronome affects the motion of our original metronome right back. All this inter-metranome "communication" is facilitated by the board, which serves as an energetic intermediary (transferring frequencies) between all the metronomes that rest upon its surface. The metronomes in this video (which are really just pendulums, or, if you want to get really technical, oscillators) are said to be "coupled." Source: Hemispheric Synchronization Analogy

Why Brainwave Entrainment is Effective in Hypnotherapy and Hypnosis Apps

Brainwave entrainment allows the right and left hemispheres of a person's brain to begin to resonate at predetermined brainwave frequencies. Brainwave Entrainment is any methodology that causes brainwave frequencies to fall into step with a periodic stimulus having a frequency corresponding to the intended brain-state. Brainwave entrainment is usually attempted with the use of specialized software and is based upon a frequency-following response on by the human brain. The brain has been demonstrated to adapt its dominant brainwave frequencies towards the frequency of a dominant external stimulus; in other words entrainment as demonstrated by the metronomes in the video. The stimulus is often auditory, as in the case of binaural or monaural beats and isochronic tones, or visual, as with devices like a dream machine or mind machine, or even electromagnetic radiation.

As in the metronome demonstration, hemispheric synchronization, the generally desired result of brainwave entrainment, refers to a state when the brainwave pattern of the right and left hemispheres become alike. In theory, a person with similar activity in both hemispheres tends to be happier, more optimistic, more emotionally stable and less prone to mental illness. People who meditate regularly and those who are very content with their lives, tend to experience increased natural levels of brainwave frequency synchronization between the right and left hemispheres of the brain. In both hypnotherapy and even hypnotherapy downloads, brainwave entrainment is a powerful factor that helps create a deeper, more lucid hypnotherapy session. I often hear from customers who have used my hypnosis downloads or apps and how they "feel" as though they went into a deep trance - proper brainwave frequencies are just one scientifically based reason why...

Binaural Beats Are the Results of Using Two Different Brainwave Frequencies

Binaural beats are a result of a specific approach to achieve desired brainwave frequencies. Brain entrainment occurs when audio signals are introduced to the brain causing a response directly related to the frequency of the signal introduced, called binaural beats. The beat frequency derived is the difference between the two brainwave Hertz (Hz).

If you wanted to create brainwave entrainment at 10 Hz, like I might do in one of my downloads, you could achieve this by combining a 25 Hz tone and a 15 Hz tone and this will produce a 10 Hz beat that is in the alpha range. This effect is achieved without either ear hearing the pulse when headphones are used, because the brain produces the pulse by combining the two tones. Each ear hears only a steady tone. This field is still in its infancy and there is not yet a general consensus upon the specific effects of exact tones within certain ranges. And, there is a chance that brainwave frequencies have a very subjective result that varies between individuals.

What I recommend is that you try brainwave entrainment downloads combined with hypnosis and NLP (neuro-linguistic programming) and decide for yourself how effective it can be. You can find brainwave frequencies in nearly all of my hypnosis apps if you are someone who likes apps and of course in my hypnosis downloads. My personal development apps for mobile devices are a great way to store and carry all of my hypnotherapy downloads with you. With these apps or hypnotherapy downloads you'll be able to utilize various brainwave frequencies in addition to having access to hypnotherapy whenever you need it most.

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