Binaural Beats and Isochronic Tones
Maximum Strength Relief from Work Stress
Binaural and Isochronic Beats Remap Your Brain
My Experience with Binaural Beats
I started listening to a CD embedded with these tones, each and every night. At first, I was MORE irritated and angry, but I'd been told that this part was normal and to be expected. I likened it to bringing the decay up and out from a tooth so that it can finally be healed/filled in. We suppress our stressful reactions and resist the stimulation stress creates, because we can't handle it. These tones bring them forward to start integrating them as your system gets stronger.
Listen (headphones needed for best results):
Soon, I started noticing that those things that usually bothered me no longer did. Even little things like grocery store lines or someone tapping a pencil incessantly during a meeting, didn't get my attention. I noticed OTHER PEOPLE getting irritated, and that was how I started to realize that I was different in a very fundamental way.
While you can find many free options (some even on this page), I went another route initially. I did a complete series; an entire assisted program, and now use the freebies as sort of a "booster shot" to my initial exposure. I first bought Holosync.
The technology doesn't manage symptoms, it ENDS stress by incorporating brain wave technology into a music CD format to strengthen your ability to handle overwhelm.
Overwhelm is probably best described as 'the straw that broke the camel's back. Binaural beats train your brain so what used to make you feel stress becomes easier to tolerate and handle.
Search for more FREE OPTIONS on binaural beats or isochronic tones or use these videos below (use earbuds for maximum effect!):
How This Works/What to Expect
PLEASE NOTE: Because these beats are not benign or soothing to the brain, you WILL experience a period of MORE stress and stronger emotions while the process begins its remapping. Expect to be MORE moody for the first 30 days. See this as a sign that the process has begun.
—Jack Canfield, author "Chicken Soup for the Soul"
Binaural beats push the nervous system to a more balanced state in which the two sides of the brain communicate more, creating whole brain functioning. Whole brain functioning, then, leads to...
I am so grateful that I took a leap and starting using the beats. It's the "instant gratification" of meditation without 15 years of naval gazing (which I'm not up to, believe me!) FINALLY, I am seeing progress and results that I've been working on for years.
...and that's why I've just dedicated an entire page on this site to this technology.
Here are comments from one of the videos:
Sheryl Smith 1 month ago
JayDox 7 months ago
While listening to Binauruls and Isochronics, can you do something else and have the same affects just as long as the tones are playing in your ear? Or should you just close your eyes and relax?
Zen Melodies 6 months ago
As long as you aren't driving or performing surgery you should be fine.
rusty gray 4 months ago
I run binaural at the same time as a psytrance or ambient track of the same length. I work as an intelligence data analyst, and this is what my brain likes.
mgrella63 4 months ago
OspreyMusicInc 2 months ago
+mgrella63 glad to hear! It takes on average 6.5 to 7 minutes for the entrainment to start.
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