Using hi-tech tools
to entrain brainwave states for meditation is perhaps the best use
of today’s technology. Research has shown that even twenty (20)
minutes a day of a quiet meditative state of consciousness enhances
a person physically, emotionally and mentally. Persons who do
meditate on a daily basis know the benefits they personally receive,
and few are willing to deprive themselves of this special time, even
when distractions seem to call them elsewhere.
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research studies have shown different states of consciousness to be
associated with different brainwave patterns. Studies here at the
Center for Neuroacoustic Research have shown clear and repeated
evidence that there are brainwave states lower than Delta associated
with ecstatic states of consciousness, which Dr. Jeffrey D.
Thompson, D.C., B.F.A. named Epsilon brainwaves.
higher than Beta have also been observed by Dr. Thompson and various
other brain research institutes / university neuroscience
departments. These states have been called Gamma and Higher Gamma
or HyperGamma. The highest known brain state which seems to form an
infinite loop with Delta, Dr. Thompson has named "Lambda." Each of
these brain states are associated with various types of
extraordinary functions of the brain – They are Ecstatic States
forming a distinct pattern, called the Awakened Mind Pattern, have
also been observed in studies of deeply meditating yogi, well
documented by C. Maxwell Cade, a British researcher and Zen master.
This state is an extraordinary state of consciousness, also.
Dr. Thompson has
precisely transcribed the above five brain states into multi-layered
acoustic frequencies. As such, each is a tremendous aid in helping
the listener to entrain him/herself into a high and ecstatic state
of consciousness. It is using hi-tech tools to help move us toward
our highest goal or purpose. They maximize our meditative efforts
and enrich our lives in so many ways.
Join us in what
is truly Scientific Hi-Tech Meditation.
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