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Mind Mastery for 5D
Autogenic and Brainwave Entrainment.
Two powerful tools for change
What makes this guided meditation so special?
Both are highly effective for providing mastery over stress, and “autonomic” physical reactions. So you get a double benefit. You teach your mind to “work both sides of the brain with the Brainwave entrainment. You teach your body to respond to verbal commands with autogenic training.
Tip: Although it’s highly effective it won’t work – unless you are willing to do it 3 times a day for many weeks to see results. After that, the magic sets in!
What is autogenic training?
Autogenic training (AT) is a technique that teaches your body to respond to your verbal commands. These commands “tell” your body to relax and control breathing, blood pressure, heartbeat, and body temperature. The goal of AT is to achieve deep relaxation and reduce stress. After you learn the technique, you can use it whenever you need or want relief from symptoms of stress, or you can practice it regularly to enjoy the benefits of deep relaxation and prevent the effects of chronic stress. (from Web MD)
It’s good for all kinds of stress and diseases that normally don’t respond to treatments AT has been shown to help treat:
- Hyperventilation(breathing that is deeper and more rapid than normal).
- Asthma(inflammation in the tubes that carry air to the lungs, resulting in periodic episodes of difficulty breathing as well as wheezing, chest tightness, and coughing).
- Constipationand diarrhea.
- Gastritisand stomach
- Ulcers(sores on the skin or on a mucous membrane, such as inside the mouth, stomach, or intestines).
- Racing heartand irregular heartbeat.
- High blood pressure.
- Cold hands or feet.
- Thyroid problems, such as an overactive thyroid (hyperthyroidism).
Brainwave Entrainment …. a brief history.
Brainwave entrainment was first identified in 1934, although its effects had been noted as early as Ptolemy.
In a 1973 issue of Scientific American, Dr. Gerald Oster examined how combining 2 pure tones resulted in a rhythmic beat which he called Binaural and Monaural Beats. In comparing Binaural beats against Monaural beats, Oster noted that Monaural beats were shown to elicit extremely strong cortical responses, which is the electrical activity responsible for entrainment.
In the 1980’s studies continued with Dr. Norman Shealy, Dr. Glen Solomon and others researching entrainment for headache relief, Serotonin and HGH release, as well as general relaxation. Michael Hutchison wrote his landmark book MegaBrain in 1981, outlining the many possible uses of entrainment from meditation to super-learning.
In 1981, Arturo Manns published a study which indicated the amazingly strong entrainment value of Isochronic Tones, as opposed to Monaural or Binaural beats. This was later confirmed by others such as David Siever.
Studies continued into the 90’s with researchers such as Dr. Russell, Dr. Carter and others who explored the vast potential of using entrainment with ADD and learning disorders. Research has also been conducted into PMS, Chronic Fatigue, Chronic Pain, Depression, Hypertension and a number of other disorders. Steady research continues today with the work of Dr. Thomas Budzynski, David Siever, psychologist Michael Joyce and many others. The results of entrainment have been so promising that many modern clinical EEG units presently come with built in entrainment devices.
Every day more psychologists, mental health clinics, coaches, teachers and professionals are discovering entrainment, and finding it remarkably useful.
Dr. Elmer Green, prominent biofeedback pioneer, reports:-
Increased learning ability, creativity, mental clarity, intelligence, intuition… and positive changes in mental and emotional health. “With the creation of new neural pathways, more choices are available. Herein lies the theoretical explanation for the amazing personality changes researchers have reported in subjects using technology to change brainwave patterns.”