This was quite the experience for me. I almost felt outside myself, which I believed I have to much of a monkey brain (swinging from one thought to the next) to achieve, however, this started a lift from my physical being.
Im committing to trying the final chakra balancing with binaural beats again and again.
Having perused the internet for videos that assist with meditation
a common thread in my searches was the tagline-“with binaural
beats and isochronic tones.” I have to admit; the images that were
attached to these videos were a bit intimidating. As I was already
vulnerable I was doing my best to remain as grounded as possible.
Fearful of the unknown I stuck to the meditations I knew and
loved-the ones with ethereal music; dream locations that were
lovingly described by a calming voice-the ones you see daily on
this blog in fact.
The theory behind binaural beats is neither religious or terrifying.
They must be experienced with headphones and each ear experiences
a different frequency of auditory sound-the middle section of
your brain then creates a beat (a phantom beat) to make up for
the difference in frequency from ear to ear.
Binaural beats are experienced by people for many…
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