Posted by: Doc NiRo | October 14, 2011

Brainwave Enlightenment! d(~*~)b

SoundWave Meditation

Enlightenment in the Age of Neurotechnologies

“Kundalini is associated with massive waking Delta, which we know confers enormous powers upon the person. And both Samadhi and Satori are characterized by high amplitude Alpha all over the head, although they differ in ways that explain the differences in Zen and Yoga philosophies.”

~ Dr. James V. Hardt, Biocybernaut Institute

Enlightenment is an accident, and meditation makes you more accident prone” – Ken Wilber

For millennia Shamans and Yogis and Meditators throughout the world and from all diverse kinds of cultures were doing the healing’s and consciousness transformation through some use of ritualistic forms, methods or tools. Shamanic rituals, Yoga schools, and Meditation Schools were all used as methods for personality change, personal growth and healing and some of those for consciousness exploration.

Yoga was originally a natural process of introversion…. Such introversion’s lead to characteristic inner processes of personality changes. In the course of several thousand years these introversion’s became gradually organized as methods or the paths, schools of yoga.

Meditation itself is a process of great introversion and self-reflection with the same outcome as one of yoga paths, to transform consciousness. Shamanic methods have aided people in healing troublesome emotions, were a catalyst of sorts for shadow integration and are a tool for consciousness transformation ultimately. All paths have the same outcome.

“Meditation is the Royal road to higher structures of Consciousness”
~ Wilber Ken

Traditional meditation is a good form of spiritual practice that you can use daily to combat stress, to come in the present state of now awareness, to gain insights in your patterns or for enjoyment per se. Traditional meditation is often very slow process and you actually can‘t meditate very deep on your own. High-tech tools can bring you down from conscious alert beta into alpha and down to theta and keep you into delta in about half hour time, something which you will never accomplish on your own quite likely, unless you‘re a Tibetan Yogi. Bottom line is that the more stress comes out of your nervous system – more at peace you will be. With and without meditation tool.

Beta (14-30 Hz) Concentration, arousal, alertness, cognition. Higher levels associated with anxiety, unease, feelings of separation, fight or flight

Alpha (8-13.9 Hz) Relaxation, super learning, relaxed focus, light trance, increased serotonin production. Pre-sleep, pre-waking drowsiness, meditation.

Theta (4-7.9 Hz) Dreaming sleep (REM) increased production of catecholamine’s (vital for learning and memory) increased creativity. Integrative, emotional experiences, potential change in behavior, increased retention of learned material. Trance, deep meditation, access to unconscious mind.

Delta (.1-3.9 Hz) Dreamless sleep. Human growth hormone released. Deep trance like, non-physical state, loss of body awareness. Access to unconscious and “collective unconscious” mind.

Deep Meditation has been found to be an excellent tool, not exactly a bullet proof, but nonetheless it works for millenia !

And our high-tech brainwave entrainment technology causes these states of consciousness conductive for inner work and self reflection. Extremely deep meditation makes an easy way to completely empty the mind from past conditioning like traumas, beliefs and pain.

SoundWave® Meditation will stir up some unconscious stuff from time to time and it is absolutely necessary to allow this purging process to happen in order for you to experience new sense of well-being and inner peace as well as healing of old stuff. In the process your brain chemistry will be fixed and the neuro-endocrine system issues as well, making you be more balanced across all Brains.

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It is not possible to grow as a person without integrating some of, or all of your shadows. When you get  used to it it‘s not that scary after all, if it happens you treat it as another bodily job that you have to take  care of and it comes in cycles like everything else in nature.

  Appearance → Experience → Disappearance

It is important to let go of those feelings as the only thing they want is to be heard and then they dissipate on their own leaving you ecstatic and peaceful. You will happen to like release followed by clarity and peace. Might be a good deal?

HighTech EnlightenmentThe Psychophysiological Principle, states:

Any experience that you have, you have only while you are having a specific brain wave pattern. If your brain wave patterns change, then your experiences will change.

Using SoundWave® Meditation Product your Brainwaves change from waking stressful Beta to relaxed Alpha then to drowsy Theta and healing peaceful Delta. Enlightenment happens after all hurt all stress and all pain has been excreted from the system then the natural happening is allowing the path to nothingness to unfold. We identify with the void once there is no pain. Simple.

SoundWave® neurotechnology will create deep, fast results in your personal growth.

It will accelerate your mental, emotional and spiritual growth, giving you the results you always thought you were supposed to get from meditation (but, if you’re like most people, never really got).

May your Journey with SoundWave Meditation technology be one filled with peace, gratifying inner change and deep undisturbed happiness.

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