Psychedelic experiences are not just limited to psychedelics! Transformative technologies seek to mimic or even induce the psychedelic experience in their own unique ways. By harnessing research into neuroscience, psychology and physics, transformative technology can seriously benefit your life.
Binaural beats and isochronic tones are two popular technologies with the power to influence your consciousness. Binaural beats involve manipulating your brain into hearing frequencies which aren’t actually there, by playing two different frequencies into each of your ears. Isochronic tones are a single frequency played at different intervals.
Both binaural beats and isochronic tones are reported to help people reach altered states of consciousness, and are used to reduce anxiety and stress, or help people sleep and meditate.
Einstein said it once – “The only real valuable thing is intuition.” Fast forward, scientists discovered that this genius was right, but he forgot to mention that it was a difference in physiological brain structure. People marveled at the gift of Einstein had and wondered if there was something different with his brain. After his…Read More
Isochronic tones are an emerging brain entrainment technology that are reportedly helping many people improve their cognitive performance, enhance states of meditation, decrease anxiety, and increase IQ. This relatively new field can be compared with other effective brain entrainment tools such as binaural beats. Isochronic tones and other brain entrainment technologies help to rapidly alter…Read More
What are brain entrainment technologies? If you are looking to accelerate your neural capacities and optimize your meditation, then you’ve no doubt encountered one of the many brain entrainment technologies that have hit the market over the past couple of decades. Things like isochronic tones, binaural beats, and minaural beats, just to name a few,…Read More
Binaural beats is a term describing a fascinating process that takes place in the brain when our ears are presented with a certain kind of audio stimulus. These measured changes in the brain have led scientists and researchers to discover how to use sound to alter our brain waves; a method that provides an…Read More