CAMERON DAY: “Brainwave Entrainment — Easy Meditation Sample”

 

With consistent use, the Genius Brain Power series from Ascension Help can help you to:

• Meditate more deeply than you have ever gone before
• Reach those deep meditative states consistently
• Increase your intelligence, creativity and problem solving capacity
• Lower stress and gain mastery over your monkey mind
• Activate dormant sections of your brain
• Increase communication and balance between your brain hemispheres
• Gain tremendous inner peace and clarity
• Gently and naturally heal old emotional wounds
• Have deeper, more restful sleep
• Experience more energy and joy through whole brain thinking
• Remember your dreams so you can learn from them
• Raise your level of consciousness far above and beyond where you are right now, and KEEP going to higher levels with continued practice

This is all possible through the science of brainwave entrainment, which guides the brain into a specific brainwave frequency using special rhythmic pulses of sound. By guiding the brain into specific low frequency patterns and keeping it there, we can induce a profoundly deep meditative trance.

By exposing the brain to special computer generated tones that are pulsed at a specific frequency, the brain will synchronize its electrical impulses to that same frequency. This means the brain becomes entrained to (matched to) the specific frequency of the pulses, which gives us the ability to choose the primary frequency we want our brain to operate in so we can derive all of the benefits described above.

Click here for a longer free sample, or to purchase the full Genius Brain Power Entrainment package, with over 5 hours of powerful entrainment audio:

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~via AscensionHelp

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ANGELINA STOJIC: “Connect To Your Sound — The Healing Power Of Your Voice”

It is no secret that music and sound is part of our every day life and that it is a very integral part of healing and relaxing in general. It is also becoming a very big part of scientific research on how sound or music can heal the mind and body on a cellular level.

The chakras resonate with certain notes, the brain is stimulated with classical music, molecules reverberate to certain frequencies, and let us not forget to mention the fantastic Japanese scientist Masaru Emoto who showed us what music does to water. As our cellular structure is primarily made up of water this was an extraordinary and wonderful representation of how music or sound changes our makeup.

This information for many of us, is not news. We have known this intrinsically for many many years. Music or sound is a frequency. As we are beings made up of energy, sound is just one frequency that we can access via very easily for health, healing and change.

Sound is a perfect medium for our bodies to absorb and enjoy currently of our transition or evolution. It is a simple easy medium of healing we can access.

Sound Can Change The Structure Of Our Cells

Sound comes to us in many ways. One of the most powerful and unique tools we have is the sound of our voice. Unique to you, our voice, the tone, the sound of our voice can create that change within the cells. Just like our bodies, faces, fingerprints and teeth, our voices are all different. The tone, the reverberation, the intonations, the sound. We all have unique voices. We all have a unique sound.

So, if we have a unique sound or frequency that aligns with our body mind and spirit, do you feel this too may be a key to our own healing and access to our own power of health?

The Sound Of Your Voice Is A Powerful Healing Medium

My purpose for this piece is to remind you that the sound of your voice, the tone of you is very particular and very important. The sound of you is part of your healing and health power. By using your voice with the intention of healing self, is a very powerful thing to do.

We all resonate at our own frequency. We all have the sound of our healing within our tones. Learning to access your healing tones from within is a simple process and something you can do every day if you choose. There are many ways to access your healing power of your tone or your sound and below are a few ways to connect.

Singing with music — To sing with your voice with a song you love is a great way to lift your vibration. Lifting your vibration is about lifting your state of wellbeing.

Singing with no music — To sing with no music and just belt out a song you love in the car or at home with your sound alone is also very powerful. This has no other frequency but your own playing and singing for you and your body.

Engaging your Voice with Breath — This is simple exercise to do and is just the pure act of breathing in and then sounding your voice on the breath out. Allowing the natural sound to be expressed. You can play with this and hold onto the sound at the end of your breath. Or you can start on a high note and allow it to drop as you release your breath.

Humming — Again very simple sound that you make with your voice. This is a beautiful gentle way to engage your sound and tone with the healing of your body. It is a gentle internal sound that sits within you. A hum to your favourite song, or a free hum, it is a very peaceful way to help with a calm and internal massage for self.

Sing Song Words — Like affirmations you can gently put sound to affirmations, words or sentences to lift the vibration and allow the tone to work with your system also.

The purpose of your voice or sound is to shift and lift the frequency, to shift and lift the vibe of your body, which lifts the vibe of your cells, which produces new cells in a higher vibe format.

This all sounds very simple. And that is the point. It is meant to be simple. We have the tools within us to help us and this is just one of the ways we can access our truth and pure potential. You may even enjoy your own way of using your voice.

To be honest, whatever it is you do with your sound, your tone, your voice, will affect your body, mind, emotional and energic system. With words, song, whistles, hums, or screams, is allowing you to connect to your frequency, your vibe, your health and healing.

Our voice can help us release and let go of shit we no longer need or help heal us internally with gentle sounds of love.

Regardless how you choose to work with your voice, tone or sound, know it is a very powerful tool in your life. It is part of our connection to creator. It is part of our connection to self. Recognise the voice within by connecting to the sound of your voice intentionally. With love and with a knowing that you are unique and beautiful.

In La La La La Light!

Angie xx

 

*Please remember that you are the wisdom and the wise one and all the information I present is for your own discernment if it resonates with you or not.

 

 

~via In5D.com

THE OPEN MIND: “Synesthesia — Smelling Colors And Tasting Sounds”

“As music is the color of sound…so is painting the poetry of sight.”

~James McNeil Whistler

 

Do you taste strawberries when you hear the sound of a guitar?  Are you convinced that Fridays are Yellow?  When you see the number 7 do you see it in Light blue?  Approximately 2%–4% of the population has some form of synesthesia, perhaps you do, too!

What Is Synesthesia?

Synesthesia is a perceptual condition in which one sense (for example, hearing) is simultaneously perceived as if by one or more additional senses such as sight.  Another form of synesthesia joins objects such as letters, numbers or shapes with a sensory perception such as smell, color or flavor.

Synesthesia can involve any of the senses.  The most common form, colored letters and numbers, occurs when someone always sees a certain color in response to a certain letter of the alphabet or number.  For example, seeing the word “dog” as forest green or the number “9″ as light purple .  There are also synesthetes who hear sounds in response to smell, who smell in response to touch, or who feel something in response to sight, some even taste sound.  Just about any combination of the senses is possible.

Scientists hypothesize that in synesthetes, neurons and synapses that are “supposed” to be contained within one sensory system cross to another sensory system.  It is unclear why this might happen but some researchers believe that these crossed connections are present in everyone at birth, and only later are the connections refined.  In some studies, infants respond to sensory stimuli in a way that researchers think may involve synesthetic perceptions.  It is hypothesized by these researchers that many children have crossed connections and later lose them.  Adult synesthetes may have simply retained these crossed connections.

Some People Really Can Taste The Rainbow

We’ve covered this phenomenon in the past.  And I’m a synesthete myself — I see letters and numbers in color, and associate sounds with shapes and textures.  But only a very few people — maybe only 1 percent of synesthetes — have sensory crossovers that affect their relationship with food and drink.

Jaime Smith is one of those people.  He’s a sommelier by trade, and he has a rare gift: He smells in colors and shapes.

For Smith, who lives in Las Vegas, a white wine like Nosiola has a “beautiful aquamarine, flowy, kind of wavy color to it.”  Other smells also elicit three-dimensional textures and colors on what he describes as a “projector” in his mind’s eye.

This “added dimension,” Smith says, enhances his ability to appraise and analyze wines. “I feel that I have an advantage over a lot of people, particularly in a field where you’re judged on how good of a smeller you are,” he says.

Atlanta-based pastry chef Taria Camerino also has synesthesia.  But for her, synesthesia is more than just an advantage — it’s a necessity.

Camerino experiences the world through taste.  She tastes music, colors, shapes and even people’s emotions.  She says she has a hard time remembering what things look or sound like, but she can immediately identify objects based on their synesthetic flavors.

“I don’t know what a box looks like unless it’s in front of me.  I don’t know what the color green looks like.  But I know what green tastes like,” she says.

“I don’t know what the color green looks like.  But I know what green tastes like.”

~Taria Camarino

 

In addition to working as a pastry chef, Camerino is often asked by clients to make dishes that mimic her synesthetic experiences.  She creates “flavor profiles” of things like satisfaction and discontent.  She takes inspiration from music to put together nine-course tastings.

“I move through the world this way all the time,” she explains.  “If I want someone to understand it, I have to create a dish out of it.  I have to make it palatable.”

Diagnosis

Although there is no officially established method of diagnosing synesthesia, some guidelines have been developed by Richard Cytowic, MD, a leading synesthesia researcher.  Not everyone agrees on these standards, but they provide a starting point for diagnosis.

Synesthetes do not actively think about their perceptions; they just happen.  Rather than experiencing something in the “mind’s eye,” as might happen when you are asked to imagine a color, a synesthete often actually sees a color projected outside of the body.

The perception must be the same every time; for example, if you taste chocolate when you hear Beethoven’s Violin Concerto, you must always taste chocolate when you hear it; also, the perception must be generic — that is, you may see colors or lines or shapes in response to a certain smell, but you would not see something complex such as a room with people and furniture and pictures on the wall.

Often, the secondary synesthetic perception is remembered better than the primary perception; for example, a synesthete who always associates the color purple with the name “Laura” will often remember that a woman’s name is purple rather than actually remembering “Laura.”

A select group of synesthetes can truly “taste the rainbow.”

According to researcher Sean Day, approximately one in 27 people has some form of synesthesia.

A synesthete himself, Sean Day is president of the American Synesthesia Association and has been tracking research on this condition for more than three decades.

Summarizing the state of current research, Day says the brains of synesthetes do appear to be anatomically different (although he cautions that scientists have only studied a few types of synesthesia so far).

In particular, it seems that the neural connections between different sensory parts of the brain are more myelinated in people with synesthesia.  Myelin is a fatty sheath that surrounds neurons and enables neural signals to travel more quickly.

“Because the myelination is different, the interaction between certain parts of the brain is different,” explains Day.  “This allows parts of the brain that are responsible for different senses to communicate when they normally wouldn’t.”

Hypermyelination could explain why synesthetic experiences seem so real for people like British IT consultant James Wannerton, who is also the president of the UK Synaesthesia Association.

Wannerton has a particularly intrusive form of synesthesia, in which sounds, words and colors all have taste and texture.

“It’s like having an eyedropper of taste sort of dripped on your tongue constantly, just one after another after another,” he explains.  “It’s a full mouth feel. It’s exactly like I’m eating something.”

Even Wannerton’s brain gets fooled.

“I wouldn’t know what a hunger pang is because I don’t get hungry,” he says.  “My brain is constantly pumping acids into my stomach to dissolve food that isn’t there.”

Synesthesia affects his social life, too.  Eating out, for example, is a nightmare:

“Different voices, the ambient atmosphere in the restaurant, it all makes a difference to my experience,” says Wannerton.  “You serve me food on a blue plate — it just totally messes up the eating sensation.”

But even though his synesthesia can be quite disruptive at times (it’s “absolutely ludicrous,” he admits), at the end of the day, Wannerton still enjoys it.

And most synesthetes would agree, including sommelier Jaime Smith.

“My synthie thing is the added bonus for me,” he says.

“It’s the joy and sometimes the fun of it all.”

 

 

~via The-Open-Mind.com

LJ VANIER: “7 Surprising Reasons Why You Need to Spend 2 Hours Per Day in Complete Silence”

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In our busy, hectic lives; days and years go by without us paying attention to how polluted our brains are because of everything constantly happening around us. There is also the pollution of sound that overstimulates our brains causing stress, moodiness, depression, anxiety among other things.

We are programmed to hear certain sounds in our everyday lives without even noticing them. The sound of the TV, radio, or the crowd outside, our cell phones, strangers talking, traffic, noises from the street, noises from the neighbour’s house… noises everywhere, all the time. We don’t even realize what this overstimulation of our hearing does to our brain cells.

Scientific studies show it causes more damage than we realize. Could this damage be reversible? Yes, scientific studies also show that silence has repairing powers and this is how it does that:

  1. Silence helps us calm down and feel more peaceful

If we could give ourselves, one or two hours of silence every day, we would be doing something very healthy to our mind and to our body. During silence, our brains start adjusting to the calmer state of being and we feel relaxed and peaceful. We regulate our breathing by slowing down our brains and not focusing on the stressful events. We might even feel sleepy. Imagine not having to watch TV or listen to radio, or not having to keep your cell phone on. Away from technology for a little while. In touch with your inner self. Silence gives that to you.

  1. Silence repairs our brain cells

It is a proven fact that silence has the power to rejuvenate and repair our brain cells. If you expose yourself to two hours of silence daily, your brain will start the repair process. You will find that your memory will start improving, you will be rested and your stress tolerance will increase as well. A stronger brain means a stronger body. Everything starts in those little grey cells. They respond to what we expose them to. So if we nourish our brains with good food (figuratively speaking), it will become healthy and the aging process will also slow down.

  1. Silence gives us more satisfaction in the long run

Hopefully you are not addicted to TV, radio, and smart phones, game consoles etc… well, chances are, we are addicted to one of these things if not more. It is the contemporary lifestyle. There is no easy escape. Have you ever stopped and thought about what would your life be like if you did not own a TV? Think about all the meaningless shows and biased news we watch on TV. In the end what do we do? We work, we come home, we fall asleep in front of TV, we go to bed, we get up the next day and do it all over again. By taking these things out of your life, you will actually find better ways to spend time either with family and friends or with yourself, and most probably you will be doing things that are better in quality. That is why, the satisfaction comes when you kick the bad habits and replace them with better ones. You will like yourself so much more, it is guaranteed.

  1. Silence improves our 5 senses

When we sit in silence, we actually become more aware of our surroundings but in a different dimension altogether. We hear sounds we haven’t noticed before, like the sound of the wind, or maybe the leaves gently touching one another, tree branches moving, maybe a distant sound of an animal… if we are in the city, we start paying attention to every single sound but in a constructive way. Not only our hearing improves but all our other senses also move into a different dimension where we get the most of them. We might see things we haven’t noticed  were there before, or something that touches our skin feels different, or when we touch something we might notice more details about it. Silence cleans our senses and unblocks them.

  1. Silence improves our attention

When we sit quietly, we give our brains exactly what it needs: focus. It comes naturally. By focus we don’t mean thinking of something specific or the kind of focus we try to achieve during meditation. It’s a different kind of focus where your mind is actually allowed to wander from thought to thought. But you will notice, by practice, whether you do it intentionally or unintentionally, your pace will slow down and you will reflect inwards in a much healthier way. This will help you improve your attention and concentration skills. Once you improve these skills, your learning ability will start increasing and so will your memory.

  1. Silence makes us more honest

You can not run and hide from your innermost thoughts when you sit in silence. At one point you will find that you are indeed being more open to your own self about your feelings, your thoughts, your desires, your regrets, your sadness… When you spend this time alone, you are looking in and beginning to see yourself not as a reflection in the mirror, but with different pair of eyes. The eyes of your mind. Learning to be honest with yourself will improve your communication skills not with yourself only but with the rest of the world. You will be able to better identify your problems and you will be able to approach them in a calmer and more reasonable way which will enable you to find solutions easily.

  1. Silence slows down our fast pace

In our busy lives, we get carried away with work, family problems, problems caused by others… we live in a hurry and life passes us by. We need to slow down and taste each present moment while it is there so we can appreciate what we have before it is gone. Silence helps us with that. It slows our bodies down, and relaxes us. It makes us more aware of the present moment and it teaches us to appreciate “now”.

 

 

 

 

 

~via isoulscience.net

LJ VANIER: “Why You Need to Change the Frequency of Your Music”

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It’s scientific fact that everything, including the human body, is made up of energy that vibrates at different frequencies. As such it just makes sense to question how sound frequencies can affect us.

The evidence suggests that sound frequencies can indeed affect us, as frequencies affect other frequencies. Think of it as being how ingredients affect the flavour of a meal. To illustrate this, there have been a number of experiments, such as cymatics and water memory, that show us the effect of frequencies on the physical world.

Cymatics shows us that when you play sound frequencies through certain mediums, such as air, water, and sand, they can directly affect the flow of matter. You can see the results of the effect for yourself.

Water memory has a similar principle. It shows how not just sound, but also intent, can affect the vibration of matter. This effect was proven by Dr. Masaru Emoto who performed numerous studies showing this effect.Everyone has their own vibrational frequency and the human body is estimated to be around 70% water.

Water-Memory

Given the experiments outlined above it only makes sense that musical frequencies could affect the vibrational state of humans. Everything expressed through sound, emotion, or thought has a frequency of its own that affects the world around it. Just how one drop of water can create a large ripple and affect a huge body of water.

The Frequency of Music

Let’s take this concept and look at music frequency. Most music produced in the world is set at the frequency of A=440hz after the International Standards Organization (ISO) promoted the idea in 1953. However it’s possible that when you look at the overall vibratory nature of the universe that this pitch is actually disharmonious with the natural resonance of nature. As such it could actually lead to negative effects on human behaviour and consciousness.

There are theories that the Nazi regime planned on using this pitch after scientific research showed them which frequencies were best for inducing feat and aggression. It may be an unproven conspiracy theory but it is true that some studies have shown that music should be turned to A=432Hz instead.

Golden Mean and the Universe

It’s believed that 432Hz is mathematically consistent with the patterns of the universe. 432Hz is said to vibrate with the golden mean PHI of the universe and unify light, time, space, matter, gravity and magnetism with biology, the DNA code, and consciousness. Resonating our atoms and DNA with nature leaves us with an even deeper connection to nature and the world around us. The number 432 is also significant as it is reflected in the ration of the sun, Earth and moon as well as the precession of the equinoxes, the Egyptian Great Pyramid Stonehenge, the Sri Yanta and other sacred sites.

The Cosmic Keyboard

Something else to consider is that A=432Hz correlates with the colour spectrum; something that isn’t true of A=440Hz.

It’s said that every frequency in the spectrum is related in octaves from gamma rays to subharmonics. The colours and notes are also connected to the chakras in the body and other important energy centers. If people are to understand chakras are connected to the Seven Rays of the Solar Spectrum then we understand the importance of using the right notes and frequencies. The Cosmic Keyboard or Cosmic Pitchfork is tuned at A=432Hz, not the standard A=440Hz. On the Cosmic Keyboard C# is set at 136.10Hz “Om”. This is the main note of the classical Indian Sitar and the pitch of the chants the Tibetan Monks sing. The Monks say that the note “comes from nature”.

What’s the Difference?

It’s about time we explored the differences between A=440Hz and A=432Hz. Music lovers and musicians have all noticed that when music is tuned in A=432Hz it sounds more beautiful and is more harmonious and produces an inward experience that we feel in the heart and spine. When music is tuned at A=440Hz feels more outwards and a more mental experience. You feel it in your head and it projects outwards. Audiophiles have also noted that A=432Hz music can fill up an entire room while music in A=440Hz is far more local and linear.

So change the frequency of your music the next time you listen to it and hear the difference for yourself!

Don’t know where to start? There are plenty of tutorials you can use to vibrate with the energy of the universe while you enjoy your favourite tune!

Here’s one we found.

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~via isoulscience.com