Binaural Beats

Binaural Beats are not a "New Age" Fad. Binaural Beats have been researched for almost 170 years. The human brain goes through many frequency cycles during each day. Different frequencies produce different effects to the human consciousness. Using this information, it has been discovered that the receiving and operating frequency of the brain can be altered with sound waves. Many of the most powerful brain frequencies are less than 20 Hz. Since the ear itself does not respond to frequencies below 20 Hz, Binaural Beat Technology came about which uses the inner wiring of the brain to produce the frequency with perfect accuracy. 

History Of Binaural Beats

The power of Binaural Beats was discovered in 1839 by Heinrich Wilhelm Dove, but the idea never took off. 134 years later, Gerald Oster published an article called "Auditory Beats in the Brain" which was published in Scientific American in 1973. Oster's paper was landmark not so much for its own new laboratory findings, but rather that in the way in which it identified and tied together the isolated islands of relevant research done since Dove, in a way that gave the subject fresh insight and relevance to scientific research.

How Binaural Beats Work

Binaural Beats work by broadcasting two separate frequencies in each ear. For example, if you wanted to tune your brain to a 7 Hz frequency, you could play 200 Hz in your right ear, and 207 Hz in your left ear. The brain will compensate for the difference between the two and produce a third tone that will be exactly 7 Hz. This will result in your brain frequency being lowered and tuned to the desired 7 Hz operating stage. 

The Difference Between Recordings

We often receive questions inquiring about the difference between recordings. Many of our descriptions sound alike and people may assume that the recordings are basically the same. This is not the case. Each recording is different, and each recording is tuned for a specific purpose. Example- 4.2 Hz and 6.3 Hz are both within the Theta Range, but exhibit totally different characteristics. The four main frequency classifications are large and vague ranges, and within these classifications are arrays of frequency options which all produce different effects. Also, studies show that exact combination of frequencies cause many documented brain reactions. We cannot publicly disclose the exact frequencies used in our recordings for product protection reasons, but you can be assured each and every recording is specifically tuned to stimulate certain abilities.

What to Expert

Simply stated, Expect Results? Binaural Beats directly stimulate the brain by altering the operating frequency. Some of the common physical effects are:

  • The body feeling heavy and the inability to move freely 
  • Total relaxation of the entire body from head to toe 
  • Vivid visualizations, colours, and patterns 
  • Separation of the conscious and subconscious mind 
  • Anxiety, Stress, and Tension Relieved 
  • Feeling of sedation or not feeling the body at all 

Every person's brain is different, and every recording we sell uses different frequencies. There is no exact answer to what you will experience. Some minds are more open to suggestion, and some are stubborn. Many people have absolutely "Wild Experiences", while others have more mild effects. Although each of our recordings is specifically designed for a purpose, experiences will differ person to person.

Are Binaural Beats Dangerous?

There is no proof to suggest Binaural Beats pose any danger to listeners. Binaural Beats use the exact same frequencies that we touch upon every day in our daily lives. Binaural Beats allow you to reach certain mind levels "On Demand". I suggest persons with heart problems, psychological problems, and other abnormalities consult a doctor before use. 

Operating machinery and driving can be dangerous while listening to Binaural Beats. It is recommended to only use Binaural Recordings in the comfort of your own home, or in a safe location. 

Brain Frequency Chart

Extensive credible studies have been done with Binaural Beats in attempts to find out what frequencies trigger brain reactions. These studies have produced incredible results that link metaphysical abilities to exact frequencies. Below is a chart that shows the 4 most common brain wave classifications. Each classification can be broken down into frequencies that each affects a different part of the conscious and subconscious mind. Remember, there are many possible variations within each classification, and studies show certain combinations of these frequencies produce different effects.