Awaken the Healer Within
What is ‘Subliminal’?
We are all exposed to subliminal messages every day due to the massive amounts of information we are exposed to, and our limited capacity to consciously register it.
As a result this may lead to small changes in our minds or, over time, if you are exposed to the same subliminal information over and over then there will be lasting changes.
Listening to a subliminal messaging album is simply a way to counteract this and take control.
By targeting subliminal messages consistently at your mind, in larger and focused quantities you can make positive changes in areas of your choice.
Benefits for using Subliminal Messaging
Subliminal messages work as a mild form of hypnosis – gradually sending suggestions into your subconscious mind to rewrite your self beliefs, ways of thinking, and even patterns of behaviour.
These messages bypass your “logical” conscious mind so avoid any resistance which would usually hold you back. Because of this you can develop in ways which would not be possible with conscious personal development alone.
The possibilities are limitless. You can use subliminal messages to lose weight, focus your mind on success, improve your motivation, enhance your learning capacity, and much, much more!
What are Binaural Beats?
Binaural beats are auditory brainstem responses which originate in the superior olivary nucleus of each brain hemisphere. They result from two different auditory impulses or sounds, heard from opposite ears.
This binaural beat is consciously heard as the human hearing range is from 20-20,000 Hz. Rather it is perceived as an auditory beat and theoretically is being used coach certain brain rhythms from what is called the frequency-following response (the tendency for the brain to resonate at the frequency of an external stimulus).
How it Works on the Brain
When signals of two different frequencies (sounds) are presented, one to each ear, the brain detects phase differences between these signals. The brain processes this anomalous information differently when these phase differences are heard with stereo headphones or speakers.
A perceptual integration of the two signals in perceived in the brain, producing the sensation of a third “beat”. The difference between the signals waxes and wanes (this is the “wavy” sound heard in the hypnotic sessions) as the two stereo sounds mesh in and out of phase. The binaural beat is perceived as a fluctuating rhythm at the frequency of the difference between the two auditory inputs.