Let’s start with this video, then we’ll talk, OK?
It’s become very clear in recent years that our mind powers can be enormously enhanced, using modern electronic technology.
Binaural beats is not even the half of it.
See another post on this page about showing that mild trans-cranial currents can TRIPLE a person’s problem solving power!
But here’s one of the best things I have ever come across. The “New Reality” patented system combines lights and sound at theta frequency, which will drop you into trance/meditative states in just a few minutes.
In that place, you get all the benefits of meditation, without the years of agony and patience needed to become an adept! Watch out, Sai Baba, the cold wind is blowing!
Joking aside, this new technology has been extensively studied and found to benefit health in remarkable ways, including increasing levels of DHEA and melatonin, and so reduces the effects of aging. It also reduces stress-inducing cortisol and boosts the pleasurable endorphins, to encourage a higher emotional state, and has many further benefits to health and psychological well-being.
In addition, I’ll be posting a piece next week showing that meditation improves brain plasticity. It actually remodels/restructures brain tissue.
CVR Creative Visualization and Relaxation
Simply put, visualization is the process of forming mental images; it is the primary component of the imagination.
Visualization is at the core of the human ability to create, innovate and dream.
Many of history’s inventors and artists attribute their success to an exceptional ability to visualize. Thomas Edison, Nikola Tesla, Henry Ford, and the great composer, Chopin all reported using creative visualization to spark their imaginations. Additionally, Albert Einstein once said he came up with the theory of relativity by imagining what would happen if he could travel through space on the tip of a light beam.
Creative visualization can transport you out of a state of stress or fear, and into a new space of inner calm, peace and tranquility. Additionally, a natural byproduct of creative visualization occurs when the body goes loose and limp, creating the relaxation response – the perfect state for learning, healing, or focusing on goals.