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Subliminals Neurofeedback Binaural Beats Isochronic Tones [pack] WARNING: This pack is loaded. There are some nasty egocidal AI entrainment subliminals contained in these audio files, as explained by Dr. Alfred Lambremont Webre, the only smart guy out there who has a clue about anything. Man I love that guy, I really do - one of those rare honest and pure souls. Alfred Lambremont Webre https://www.youtube.com/user/ExopoliticsTV audio: Contra03: The Druids - Computational Chemiestry "Example: Ammonia, NH3, molecules vibrate at 40,000 cps . LSD vibrates at about 11,000 cps. A tone was obtained from this vibrating molecule, and a large poster of its molecular structure was made. By focusing on the chemical formula on the poster and playing the sound harmonic/tone of the LSD molecule, a fabulous psychedelic trance was experienced by eight volunteers, men and women. No side effects, unpleasant emotions or after effects were experienced. The subjects remained in the Theta brainwave through the entire three hour experience. Many OOBE, time travel, and "clairsenses" experiences were reported and monitored. The experiment was repeated at other times with close controls, and similar experiences were reported. The information from these experiments was truly, truly amazing, fabulous, fantastic -- to put it mildly. The psychokinetic and telekinetic feats were, I think, unparalleled in the history of parapsychological research. A new biochemistry and pharmacology can emerge from this study. I have passed this information to our Russian colleagues for future study, for it is their specialty -- paraphysics and biological radio. Ironically, the CIA and KGB are familiar with two alkaloid substances known as telepathine and astraline. The former is in the chemistry handbook, the latter is new. Interesting names! Thank you my friends. (Standing applause)." BHE - Remember [mhrk158] BHE (Binaural Headset Experiment), created by Simeon Dotkov (Mokushi, Animassacre) is a project aiming to recreate visual imagery through frequencies and sound design. It is a synesthesia inducing experience achieved through tampering with the stereo, frequency shifts and surreal reverberations. All of it is designed to create complex geometrical patterns and multidimensional shapes through algorithmic calculation of each sound in time. The main purpose, however, was to test existing scientific data on brainwave patterns and their susceptibility to isochronic and binaural stimuli. Needless to say, every piece of sound designed in BHE, has a measurable effect on different listeners, but this can be said for any type of music. The difference here is the attempt to lessen the grip of emotions and focus solely on the pure effect of the frequency stimulation and the innermost being of the listener, similar to Samadhi meditation. Even though, the sound could have been more effective without the assistance of rhythm and melody, BHE is first and foremost a musical project, so the subliminal sound appears audible, recognizable, but also harmonic and rhythmic. "Remember" is BHE's (and Simeon Dotkov's) debut album on Mahorka. Scene - Water Message [NTT054] by Scene Hailing from Italy is Fabrizio Greco, aka Scene, who is a sound engineer and composer. Aside from working on his psytrance or multimedia projects, his Scene project is one that delves into ambient soundscaping. For the short ep "Water Message", Scene has subtly implemented brainwave techniques (tuned to Theta frequencies) to add to the serene tones and relaxing drones. A small gem with a lot of immersive potential. Brainwave details: Water Message: Binaural freq 5 Hz. (30-25) Theta waves They: 5 and 15 Hz (30-25,30-15) Theta waves Idle Sunder - Psygnosis III [NTT055] by Idle Sunder, Bogdan Dullsky Usage Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 2.0 Belgium Topics psygnosis, ambient, drone, flute, soundscapes, brainwaves, lucid dream, The third chapter in the Psygnosis series is bound to draw you in its glorious, surreal journey from start to finish. Bogdan Dullsky, who has worked with Idle Sunder on the whole Psygnosis trilogy has sent me an email about his views and experiences concerning the collaboration. brhnet25 - Ivan Black - Machines A suite of music influenced by machines we use to dance and dream. The dreamachine (or dream machine) is a stroboscopic flicker device that produces visual stimuli. Artist Brion Gysin and William S. Burroughs's "systems adviser" Ian Sommerville created the dreamachine after reading William Grey Walter's book, The Living Brain. A dreamachine is "viewed" with the eyes closed: the pulsating light stimulates the optical nerve and alters the brain's electrical oscillations. The user experiences increasingly bright, complex patterns of colour behind their closed eyelids. The patterns become shapes and symbols, swirling around, until the user feels surrounded by colours. It is claimed that using a dreamachine allows one to enter a hypnagogic state. This experience may sometimes be quite intense, but to escape from it, one needs only to open one's eyes.[1] A dreamachine may be dangerous for people with photosensitive epilepsy or other nervous disorders. It is thought that one out of 10,000 adults will experience a seizure while viewing the device; about twice as many children will have a similar ill effect.[5] A mind machine (aka brain machine, in some countries called apsychowalkman) uses pulsing rhythmic sound and/or flashing light to alter the brainwave frequency of the user. Mind machines are said to induce deep states of relaxation, concentration, and in some cases altered states of consciousness that have been compared to those obtained from meditation and shamanic exploration. The process applied by these machines is also known as brainwave synchronisation or entrainment. Mind machines work by creating a flickering ganzfeld. Since a flickering ganzfeld produces different effects from a static one, mind machines can often also produce a static ganzfeld. A mind machine is similar to a dreamachine in that both produce a flickering ganzfeld. The difference is that a dreamachine can be used by several people at once, but generally has less technical features than a mind machine. ebooks: Brainwave entrainment Brainwave entrainment or "brainwave synchronization," is any practice that aims to cause brainwave frequencies to fall into step with a periodic stimulus having a frequency corresponding to the intended brain-state (for example, to induce sleep), usually attempted with the use of specialized software. It purportedly depends upon a "frequency following" response on the assumption that the human brain has a tendency to change its dominant EEG frequency towards the frequency of a dominant external stimulus. Such a stimulus is often aural, as in the case of binaural or monaural beats and isochronic tones, or else visual, as with a dream-machine, a combination of the two with a mind machine, or even electromagnetic radiation. History Enthusiasts of brainwave entrainment claim that it has been noted or used in one form or another for centuries (long before the invention of EEG equipment), from shamanistic societies' use of drum beats to Ptolemy noting in 200 AD the effects of flickering sunlight generated by a spinning wheel. In the 1930s and '40s, with then-new EEG equipment and strobe lights, William Grey Walter performed some of the first scientific research on the subject. Later, in the 1960s and '70s, interest in altered states led some artists to become interested in the subject, most notably Brion Gysin who, along with a Cambridge math student, invented the Dream-machine. From the 1970s to date there have been numerous studies and various machines built that combine light and sound. These efforts were aided by continued development of micro-circuitry and other electronic breakthroughs which allowed for ever more sophisticated equipment. One of the more frequently noted scientific results claimed for brainwave entrainment was the discovery of binaural beats, published in Scientific American in 1973 by Gerald Oster. However, Oster's research actually makes no mention of brainwaves. With the development of isochronic tones by Arturo Manns, combined with more sophisticated equipment, these discoveries led to many attempts to use claimed brainwave entrainment techniques in the treatment of numerous psychological and physiological conditions. ebooks: Binaural Beats & Isochronics Tones 101.pdf Binaural Frequency List Guide.pdf Brainwave Entrainment Beginning Guide_ Binaural Beats and Isochronic Tones.pdf Cyberpunk 2020 Rache Bartmoss Brainwave Blowout.pdf Handbook of Neurofeedback.pdf Michael Hutchison Mega Brain Power Transform Your Life With Mind Machines and Brain Nutrients.pdf The Mega Brain.pdf Transforming the Mind.pdf pics: 49 pictures tags: mind, neuro, binaural, audio, sonic, meditation, isochronic, acoustic, subliminals, mkultra

i A w a k e Technologies Biofield Brainwaves Meditation (2016)

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i A w a k e Technologies Biofield Brainwaves Meditation (2016) iAwake's pioneering catalog consists of powerful sound sessions combining the latest advances in psychoacoustics and energy medicine. All of our products have been carefully engineered and tested to make sure that they increase our body-mind coherence, gently taking our emotions and consciousness towards better functioning states. iAwake's unique approaches to session design entrain both our nervous and our subtle energy systems, by combining traditional entrainment methods with newer applications based on the power of resonance. In addition to increasing intelligence, creativity, flow, and skilfulness in practically any activity that requires the human body-mind, with iAwake Technologies, we enter into deep healing brainwave states almost immediately while listening to these audio tracks. We are living in the golden age of understanding the human brain: neuroscience has learned more about the human brain in the last few years than in the previous 5,000. We now understand that the brain is an incredibly evolutionary and dynamic living system that is truly the most complex and wondrous organism in the known universe. We have discovered that the brain is capable of growth and transformation throughout our lives and has the capacity to keep functioning at ever-higher levels. Binaural - Monaural - Isochronic - Biofield - Psychoacoustic - Fractal Binaural beats were discovered in 1839 by a German experimenter, H. W. Dove, and first described by Oster in the early 70s. How exactly the brain produces the perception of these beats is unclear, but they are said to be produced as the olivary body of the brain tries to “locate” the direction of the sound in response to two different tones being presented separately to each ear - which, if you think about it, is not something that would happen in nature unless via technological aids. The resulting phantom frequency (which is not heard in the ordinary sense, as it’s created inside the cranium) equals the difference between the tones, and prolonged exposure to its beating has a marked yet still debated psychoacoustic effect: while they do not seem to significantly impact the thalamus (no measurable entrainment response), their relaxing, even hypnotic effects can tangibly affect mood and performance and are enjoyed by most listeners. Monaural beats result from the combination of two pure tones that produce a rhythmic beat. While binaural beats are considered an auditory illusion that elicits what might be described as a form of cognitive entrainment, monaural beats are considered an acoustic, purely physical phenomenon that directly affects the basilar membrane, where the sensory cells of hearing reside. Monaural beats aren’t headphones-dependent and have repeatedly shown strong cortical responses during EEG-based experiments (evidence of detectable electrical activity indicating entrainment is taking place). Isochronic tones are sharp and regular pulses of sound created by a single tone being turned on and off at fast speed. The first study showing their effectiveness was published in 1981 by Arturo Manns. Contrary to binaural beats, isochronic tones don't need to be played back through headphones to preserve their effectiveness, which in that same study demonstrated a significant reduction in facial tension, insomnia, and muscular and emotional pain. Biofield entrainment is a digitally infused subtle energy process designed to affect our subtle body. As energetic signatures “pull” our energetic system, we can reach states of greater coherence that take our experience beyond brainwaves. Different energy qualities correlate to various states of consciousness, so our energy fields can be entrained to help us function at higher levels of order. For example, as you entrain to the energy of the golden mean, you might feel or benefit from its profound centering and balancing qualities. Psychoacoustic entrainment uses multi-layered sound frequencies that create musical and organic entrainment effects through the musical soundtrack itself, producing deep, relaxing trance states. Through hypnotic cues and textures of musical phrasing, vibro-acoustic frequencies (low resonating tones), and psychoacoustics (sounds that spark mental and emotional responses in the listener), this technology is designed to create a more organic entrainment for the listener. Fractal entrainment is a novel technique inspired by nature (bio-mimicry). It is based on how the unpredictable cycles of change in nature have a harmonic precision to them that seems to emerge from similar, yet never identical repeating patterns. Its innovative compositions are filled with complex and ever-changing sonic scenes that mimic nature's irregularly regular approach, and are specially designed to meet listeners where they are, allowing the mind to gently turn inwards. Fractal entrainment is a “liquid” entrainment experience, in which sessions usually unfold in a more dynamic and open way than those designed with traditional methods: rather than targeting specific brainwave frequencies, the moving sounds come “alive” and induce a state of natural resonance. comment: The key component in these audio files are hypnotic subliminals, but this is never mentioned in their documents. You may ask yourself why this is so. Their explanation about their bio-fields is pseudo-scientific to say the least, and yet they do seem to work. They claim that they even work without any headphones or speakers. Don't ask me how. Please note the illuminati style occult symbology on the covers of these audio files. Listen to these files at your own risk. You may remember the movie iRobot, and what happens when their red light gets activated - iAwake for iRobots. audio: Audio Oxygen Audio Serenity Deep Delta Deep Recovery Demos Digital Pills for the Brain Energy Alchemy Audio Acupuncture Harmonic Resonance Meditation Healing Light HeartWave Meditation iAwake Mini Meditations Vol 1 NeuroFlow Profound Relief from Stress and Anxiety Schumann Holophonic The Spark Turning In Ambient Meditations papers: 40 Hz Brain Waves Research.pdf A Pilot Study on the Effectiveness of Brainwave Entrainment in Reducing Anxiety.pdf A Study of Binaural Beat Audio and Pre-operative Anxiety.pdf An Empirical Investigation Into the Effect of Beta Frequency Binaural.pdf Binaural Auditory Beats Affect Vigilance.pdf Binaural Beat Induced Theta EEG Activity.pdf Brainwave Entrainment - Clinical Use of Sound.pdf Cortical Evoked Potentials to an Auditory Illusion Binaural Beats.pdf EEG and Subjective Correlates of Alpha.pdf Entrainment Comprehensive Review.pdf Frederick 18hz.pdf Frederick avs coherence.pdf Frederick diss.pdf Heart Wave GDV HRV Study.pdf iAwake Technologies Biofield Brainwaves Meditation.pdf INDEX.pdf Inducing Altered States of Consciousness.pdf Light and Sound General history.pdf Peniston Neurofeedback and Alcoholism.pdf Pilot Feasibility Study of Binaural Auditory Beats For Reducing Symptoms of Inattention in Children.pdf PMS, EEG & Photic Stimulation.pdf Preliminary trial of photic stimulation for premenstrual syndrome.pdf Russell BrainFunction.pdf Russell Learning Disabilities.pdf Russell phase I final.pdf Siever Emotions AVE.pdf Sport and Entrainment Artikel.pdf The Effects of Alpha (10-Hz) and Beta (22-Hz) Entrainment.pdf The Induced Rhythmic Oscillations of Neural Activity in the Human Brain.pdf The Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine.pdf Travis.pdf Use of binaural beat tapes for treatment of anxiety.pdf tags: mind control, subliminal, kundalini, chakras, meditation, biofield, brainwaves, mkultra, isochronic, hypnosis

Auditory Neuroscience Papers Collection (2016)

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Auditory Neuroscience Papers Collection (2016) Auditory Neuroscience studies the way in which the brain and central nervous system transduces, processes, and perceives sound, including speech, music, and environmental noise. Its clinical applications include treatments for physical impairments such as hearing loss, and therapeutic interventions that alleviate psychological conditions such as depression and anxiety. Consequently, the purview of Auditory Neuroscience embraces a broad yet highly focused spectrum of methods and principles. text files: Auditory-Processing Abstracts & Papers Auditory Processing is the means by which sensory receptivity to the physical source of sound is parsed, transduced, and encoded by neural pathways and ensembles, and appropriated into perception. It is this process that enables animals to interpret the significance of sound, which includes a broad range of neurophysiological processes, from assessing the likelihood of danger associated with a noise to interpreting complex arrangements of sound as music. Auditory Processing thereby begins where sensory sensors detect acoustic vibration, which for humans is primarily the ears; and it ends with the psychophysiological response to that sensation and its cognitive assimilation. The following abstracts and papers provide a point of introduction to this subject, which is central to therapeutic and clinical interventions in both physical and mental health, being the means by which we hear and experience subjective responses to sounds, as well as being an integral subject to the treatment of physical conditions, including hearing loss and auditory processing disorders. Binaural-Beats Abstracts & Papers Binaural Beats are perceptual illusions resulting from the way that human auditory processing transduces the dichotic hearing of two slightly different low physical frequencies in a way that precipitates the perception of two pitches derived from the physical frequency of the source played to each ear, and the illusion of a third pitch or 'beat' that correlates with the frequency difference between them. Binaural Beats are an artefact of inter-aural differences, which contribute to the way sound is geolocated; and they consequently have investigative use in the assessment and diagnosis of hearing impairments. In addition, Binaural Beats, being in the range of cortical neural oscillations, can precipitate the entrainment of those 'brainwaves' to the frequency correlating to the perceived pitch of the illusory beat, especially when situated in musical compositions, with subsequent alterations in subjective experience and electroencephalographic profile. Because the pitch of a Binaural Beat is perceived in the absence of a correlating sound source frequency, studying their correlating neural process provides an opportunity to understand the relationship between acoustic stimuli and their perceptive and cognitive assimilation. The following papers and abstracts provide an overview of this subject, including several landmark papers such as the 1973 Scientific American article by Gerald Oster. Brainwave-Entrainment Abstracts & Papers Motor entrainment is a well-established subject of study in music, ethnomusicology, as well as social and biological psychology, all of which examine the way animals generally, and humans specifically entrain their motility to the rhythm and periodicity of external external acoustic patterns. Motor entrainment also has therapeutic and clinical applications, where impairments to neuro-motor functions can be significantly improved when subjects learn to synchronize motility to external acoustic stimuli. Brainwave Entrainment meanwhile is a specific form of neural synchronization by which the predominant frequency of oscillations made by groups or ensembles of cortical neurons adjust to match the frequency of an external acoustic stimulus. This occurs with most predictability in lower frequencies, where the perceived pitch of a sound is close to the bands of neural oscillations that contribute to an electroencephalographic profile. Because the transient patterns of that profile are correlated with specific mental states and physiological conditions, brainwave entrainment, when appropriated into musical compositions, can be used therapeutically to precipitate positive psychophysiological changes. The following papers and abstracts provide a point of introduction to this subject. Hypnosis Abstracts & Papers Hypnosis has remained a subject of controversy since its early European roots, often polarizing clinicians and scientists on its merits, while still others purport it to be founded on pseudoscience. Meanwhile, the American Psychological Association, along with other international bodies of repute, accept its use as a therapeutic intervention. From an Auditory Neuroscience perspective, hypnosis is a valuable subject of study, notwithstanding such controversy, because it depends almost entirely on the acoustic stimulus of a human voice, and the way that sound source alleges precipitates cognitive changes to attention, peripheral awareness, and suggestibility. Auditory Neuroscience studies the process by which acoustic stimuli, especially the voice and speech of a 'hypnotist' or 'hypnotherapist', is perceived by the subject, and the measurable psychophysiological responses, as well as the subjective experiences her or she has as a result. The following papers and abstracts provide an overview of the scope of this subject. Inner-Speech Abstracts & Papers Among the intriguing discoveries derived from recent auditory neuroscientific research is that activation of the auditory cortex does not depend upon external acoustic stimuli. Mentally rehearsing intended speech, verbal thinking, and silently recalling a song are examples of stimulas-independent processes that activate the auditory cortex, which is also involved in the creative and imaginative processes of writing music. Among the unvoiced mental contents that engage the auditory cortex, inner speech, the means by which a subject is able to hold an unspoken dialogue of intrapersonal communication with himself or herself, remains a subject of substantial psychological study. The interest derives from the degree to which Inner Speech, and the subjective interpretations it expresses, influence self-perception; and cognitive approaches to psychotherapy pay particular attention to amending the counterfactual distortions inherent in inner speech, with subsequent positive alterations to self-perception. Inner Speech is now not only a subject pertinent to cognitive psychology, but also to auditory neuroscience, which is beginning to explain the underlying neurophysiological processes to the act of talking to ourselves. The following abstracts and papers offer an overview of this field. Isochronic-Tones Abstracts & Papers Isochronous rhythms or Isochronic Tones are sounds that repeat with a consistently even phase, such that the intermittent sound and silence have a constant frequency, unaffected by the physical frequency and perceived pitch of the sound-source itself. Such isochronology is a ubiquitous feature of music, and a feature of entrainment, by which animals synchronize motor activity with the periodicity and frequency of external acoustic stimuli. The study of Isochronic Tones and their effect on listeners provides an insight into the way in which motor activity is influenced by perceived sound stimuli. In addition, listening to Isochronic Tones, especially when contextualized in music, has been shown to precipitate changes in electroencephalographic profile, with correlating psychophysiological alterations; they thereby have therapeutic use. The following abstracts and papers offer an insight into this subject. Meditation Abstracts & Papers Meditation has been the subject of significant neuroscientific inquiry during the 21st century, notwithstanding the lack of any singular or stable definition of the practice among researchers or practitioners. Setting definition aside, it is clear that the array of mental practices to which the term Meditation refers each involve changes to attentional control, psychophysiological alterations associated with relaxation, and a metacognition by which thoughts and feelings are perceived as transient and do not stimulate motor reaction or cognitive analysis. The dissemination of originally Asian meditative and contemplative practices in the West, which began towards the end of the nineteenth century, became exponentially popular from the middle of the twentieth century, with the availability of recorded media, tapes, compact discs, and later digital formats, which use verbal instruction, sound, and music to facilitate Mediation among listeners. Consequently, as with hypnosis, Auditory Neuroscience can approach Meditation with intent to discover how such acoustic stimuli contributes to the psychophysiological and neurobiological changes that occur during meditative practice, and correlate with self-reported alterations in attentional control and subjective perception of self and environment. The following abstracts and papers offer an overview and introduction to this field. Music Abstracts & Papers Music has been the subject of exponential scientific inquiry over the past twenty years, accompanied by fervent debate about its evolutionary significance, being ubiquitously integral to human social behavior. Meanwhile, therapeutic and clinical applications of Music, for which there is ample scientific evidence of efficacy, are integral to a wide range of physical and mental health services. Auditory Neuroscience studies the underlying neural mechanisms and processes to Music listening and Music making. It seeks to understand the relationship between cognition, emotion, and perception, in an attempt to discern the role of preference in determining varied psychophysiological reactions to the same Music among groups of listeners, and appreciate the complex transductions that make it possible for patterns of sound to precipitate feelings such as fear and joy, with correlating neurobiological responses. The following abstracts and papers offer an insight into this expanding field. Neural-Synchronization Abstracts & Papers Neural Synchronization refers to the way in which groups or ensembles of neurons act in a coordinated manner according to organizing principles that make the transduction of acoustic stimuli possible. In addition to the volley principle, by which ensembles of neurons within the auditory processing system fire with discreet and different phases that combine to encode a sum frequency of sound, such coordinated synchrony is integral to many other sensory, cognitive, and perceptual processes. That sound and neural action potential both have frequency and phase periodicity affords Auditory Neuroscience a particularly fascinating perspective, which can reveal, for example, the way that the physical frequency of acoustic stimuli is transduced and encoded to provide a reliable and consistent perception of pitch. The following abstracts and papers offer an overview of this area. Neurologic-Music-Therapy Abstracts & Papers Neurologic Music Therapy is the clinical and therapeutic use of making and listening to music as a means to treat or improve a range of sensory, cognitive, and motor conditions and dysfunctions. Whilst traditionally, music therapy has remained routed in psychodynamic, psychoanalytic, and psychological principles, with close connection to artistic practice and creative process, Neurologic Music Therapy resituates the intervention in the context of neurobiology, using music to stimulate those areas of the brain that process not only the perception of musical stimuli, but also a range of cognitive and motor functions. Exploiting the multimodal nature of brain areas, Neurologic Music Therapy uses the artistic and interpretive process of making and listening to music as the means by which to improve other non-musical functions. The following abstracts and papers offer an initial introduction to this emerging field of inquiry. audio files: audio samples of applied auditory neuroscience tags: subliminal, binaural, sleep, hypnosis, isochronic, mind control, mkultra, brainwashing
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