Can I get back on track? Yes. I can. I know how to do that.”
That is taken straight out of my journal/diary from a few days ago.
Have you ever been in a space like that? Where there’s something you want to do, but you’re having a hard time getting into the right frame of mind to do it well?
Okay, so maybe you can push through and get it done, but who wants to operate like that?
Much better to get in harmony with what it is you want to accomplish. It’s more enjoyable that way, and it turns out better besides.
There are quite a lot of tools that can help with that, actually, and I want to tell you about one of them that’s very effective and fun to experiment with.
Brain Entrainment Using Binaural Beats
I wrote about one such tool awhile back, in my binaural beats post. They’re kind of mindless to apply (a very nice feature sometimes) yet are very effective. I like them a lot, and that post links to some sites where you can try them out (for free).
Well, one of my readers/clients read that post and emailed to tell me he uses and likes the binaural beats, but also uses another similar technology too. He’s a lawyer who travels some for his job, is an actor in his spare time, and in his words: “I’ve used this different technology to reduce jet lag, enhance sleep, enhance concentration and memory, etc.”
He’s a very conscientious person so I thought I’d check them out.
Brain Entrainment Using Isochronic Beats
This other technology is isochronic beats, and they’re said to be the most powerful means of brain entrainment available to the general public.
Unlike the binaurals, they don’t require that you listen in stereo. Instead of your brain perceiving the difference in frequency between your left and right ears (as in binaural beats), you’ll hear the pulsing itself — fast or slow depending on which frequency you are entraining your brain to.
For more about brain entrainment in general and the effects of different frequencies, please see my post about binaural beats.
Try Them For Free
I don’t know about you but I love to try things out and sample them before buying.
Here’s a site I found that has a whole lot of different isochronic beats for you to try for free.
They’re all “feature-length”, i.e. not just little snippets but long enough to do whatever it is you want done.
So far, I’ve used these mainly to help me sleep, and for me they work very well and very consistently.
Some of the files you can download are:
- Nirvana/Sleep – This is the one I use a lot. It’s soothing and it works. 45 min.
- Sleep – 20 min.
- Mental Performance 1, 2, and 3.
- Refresh – 1 hr.
- Void – Still experimenting with this one… 20 min.
- I.Q. Increase
- Creativity – 15 min.
- Headache relief – one for awake and one for relaxed
- ESP – 20 min.
- Anti jet-lag
- Awake and Alert
He also has whole categories for:
- Lucid Dreaming
- Spiritual Tones (e.g. astral projection, chakra balancing, meditation)
- Recreational (Are you a child of the 60’s too? Check it out in any case!)
The site itself has much more description and lots more audios to try than I’ve given here.
The only drawback to the way the files are listed there is that most don’t indicate which frequency is used. Maybe that’s not important to you, but in case you care, the site author does link to a very detailed frequency list he used when he mapped each frequency to its effects.
So… enjoy! If you try any of these out, I’d love to hear your experience of them. Or any other comments/questions? Please pipe in!
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