NEZEL PADAYHAG: “How Each Of The 5 Basic Brainwave States Shapes Your Reality”

Most of us grew into believing that our reality shapes us. But as science advances, we come to the understanding that, in the most part, we have the power to shape our reality.

Now you must know the difference between reality and the actual world. A reality is the personal world you shape and perceive from the actual world around you.

If you change your reality you actually change your own personal world. Knowing how our brain’s activity influences our perception of the world is the first step in this pursuit.

Your neural connections and brain chemicals might be responsible for your emotions and your perception of the world.

However, more studies point to the importance your brainwave frequency plays in your body’s biologic functions and the shape of your reality.

Even your ability to focus is controlled by your brainwave state. Your unique brainwave activity, with its rhythm and pattern, matches each of your activities.

The brain’s millions of neurological synapses operate on electrical impulses resulting in an overall frequency. This frequency or wavelength directly affects your consciousness.

If you have the ability to measure these waves, you can have the ability to control your own biology.

The basic brainwave states are associated with different mental states and each of these states impacts the shape of your reality in a different way.

The 5 Basic Brainwave States And Their Effect On Reality:

1. Alpha

Alpha waves slow the cycle of your brainwave at 7 to 12 Hertz and help you relax. This state is often associated with imagination, visualization, peace, safety, and relieving stress.

When watching movies or television, this is your brain state. You can also access the deeper realm of consciousness with this state.

2. Beta

Beta waves enhance concentration, cognition, alertness, and focus.

Having a frequency of 13 to 40 Hertz, beta waves help you make quick connections, find ideas for your creative projects, and have the best state of mind when engaging in sports and other physical activities.

3. Theta

Theta is the best state to be when you want to meditate, increase your creativity, memory, intuition, and other extrasensory perception skills. This “shamanic” state of consciousness has a frequency of 4 to 7 Hertz.

Theta waves also increase your chances of becoming more receptive, having visions and flashes that are almost dreamlike, becoming inspired, and digging into your buried memories. This realm is considered elusive and mysterious because brain activity slows down to a point that almost induce you to sleep.

4. Delta

Being the slowest brain wave at 0 to 4 Hertz, Delta is the state of your mind when you’re in deep sleep.

Delta waves are crucial for your body’s restoration and healing. Delta is also the state where your unconscious mind operates.

5. Gamma

Gamma is the newly discovered frequency and has a hyperspeed frequency that is above 40 Hertz. Because of this, not many discoveries have been associated with it.

So far, the Gamma waves are understood to be associated with high level information processing and bursts of higher order thinking and insight.

Conclusion:

On a regular day, different parts of your brain are oscillating on different frequencies even if, at some point, most parts of the brain operate on one dominant frequency within.

To be operating on the same frequency, wherein the brain could work as one, is the ideal state to be because it can make you feel the most powerful.

Some people have been using methods for brain entrainment, like binaural beats to control and make the most of their brainwave frequencies.

Clearly, if you want to change your reality, you can do something about it by using these states in your favor.

Let’s say you want to shift from a stressful mental state to a relaxed one, you can try listening to the kind of frequency that supports the mental state you want to be in.

It’s simple and cheap because you can do it right from the comforts of your own home and all you need is knowing yourself.

 

~via LifeCoachCode.com

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STEPHANIE LUCAS: “Unleash Your Primal Spirit: Working with Power Animals”

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I truly enjoy spending time with my power animal. My silent friend and I walk, run, play, and dance as we move as one in our instinctually common habitats – strengthening our connection. The relationship between you and your Power Animal is typically a symbiotic one of kinship and shared traits. A strong bond allows you to tap into their primal instincts and powers as you and the animal work as one, growing spiritually. The stronger the connection, the stronger your joined experiences will be amid both the physical and metaphysical realms.

What Are Power Animals?

power animalsPower animal spirits are not perceivable by the traditional five senses, and some of the most well known are Bear, Buffalo, Owl, Eagle, Wolf, Snake, and Rabbit. Power animals are protectors and partners with whom accompany and protect you on daily and take otherworldly journeys. They know their way around and can get you into and out of your destination unharmed.

It is said that you have at least one power animal from birth, and you may actually have several. They may be present simultaneously or guide you individually as you progress along your path with each offering different types of guidance and protection in accordance with your journey. Many are most familiar with Native American Power Animals, but spirit animals animals entities exist in many cultures. Here is a great resource to discover your power animals and birth totem.

Power Animals – Connecting Your Spiritual and Physical Worlds

While not ‘teachers’ in the direct sense of other types of spiritual guides, you have much to learn from your Power Animal – mostly insights into your own character – your strengths, weaknesses, and how to better understand your mind, body, and spirit – all through understanding your animal’s habitual instincts.

Protection – Power Animals excel in journeying, and they will serve you in the physical realm as protectors when you mentally call upon them for assistance. To put things into perspective, you may want to call upon a totem like Bear or Wolf to shield you in dangerous situations, but smaller creatures like Snake or Rabbit could aid you with their hiding or movement abilities. Rely on instincts – know your animal!

Physical & Spiritual Realms – Beyond mere protection on the physical plane, your will likely have shared traits with your Power Animal or Totem. You may find that you prefer warm weather over cold or that you suffer from Seasonal Affective Disorder when it’s not your season. You may find certain activities and types work preferable. Think you’re not a cat person? Maybe your animal doesn’t care for them either! You may be able to eat very little for long periods as Snake does, or you may find comfort in running with a group like Buffalo or Wolf. Looking inside yourself and realizing your preferences in these realms can help you discover your spirit animal.

power animalsBonding with Power Animals – Welcome the Call of the Wild

The calling of the wild, primordial animal within you may be something you typically try to restrain. After all, many will assume that you are as nutty as a peanut butter cookie if you say you communicate with a Spirit Animal that guides and protects you. However, fostering the bond with your spirit animal is essential. If you don’t spend enough time with them and show appreciation for their insight and protections – just like stones and crystals disappear – your power animal can also abandon you!

Here are some tips Shamans and other spiritual guides recommend for connecting with your Power Animal.

  1. Keep the Identity of your Animal Mum: It can seem overwhelmingly tempting to share your power animal with others. However, knowing the identity of your totem can disclose your own strengths and weakness to others. This could open the door for others to tap into your realm with intent on causing psychic and physical harm to you.
  2. Communicate with Your Animal: Silently asks your friend for assistance when you are weak, afraid, or need counsel. Take time daily to acknowledge their presence when you awaken, to thank them before you sleep, and offer to ‘free’ them to a place of their pleasure while you rest if you feel so inclined.
  3. Learn About Your Power Animals: Get attuned with your animals’ habits – their food sleeping and mating patterns are essential for you to embrace and learn about to keep you totem happy. You’ll also learn more about your habits and how to be tuned into what your ‘gut’ tells you rather than what is the ‘norm.’
  4. Gratitude & Acknowledgment: Take time to honor your animal, whether it be with a photo on your sacred space/altar or through donating or volunteering to causes that preserve their species or habitat.
  5. Dance, Dance, Dance: If you are just now discovering your animal, dance with them right away – when the time of shyness and conscious predispositions may impede your dance. Animals love to play and dance, as it promotes the state of connecting with higher realms, the primordial instincts within us all, and it frees the spirit from the confines of the grounded realm. So, dance away!

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Take a Spirit Animal Quiz and Learn More…

To get more information on Spirit Animal Totems click here, and you can also take a fun quiz on the topic and other great resources.

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