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What are Binaural Beats?

Binaural beats were first discovered in 1839 by Heinrich Wilhelm Dove but remained a scientific mystery until many years later.

Binaural Beats

In 1973 an article called “Auditory Beats in the Brain” was released by Gerald Oster which offered new findings, this led to new research into them for cognitive and neurological behaviour.

Robert Monroe was known for his work on human consciousness and along with physicist Thomas Warren Campbell and electrical engineer Dennis Mennerich researched the effects of binaural beats on consciousness, one of the effects that Monroe had, was what he called “outer body experiences” (OBEs). The results from all this research created the binaural beats technology.

With this technology Monroe formed a self-development industry and set up the Monroe Institute, which is a non-profit organisation for the research and education of human consciousness.

They are digitally created sounds that activate certain areas of the brain to create different effects. Our brains work by using different pulses and frequencies for everything that we do throughout the day and night.

Binaural beats are a unique series of pulses and frequencies that, when used with headphones or earphones work directly with your brain, telling it which frequency to experience i.e which brainwave to create, you can think of it as either tuning into a station on a radio, or tuning the channels on a new television, you alter the frequency to get the radio station or television channel that you want to listen to or watch.

So to create the different mind states for experiences such as meditation, lucid dreaming etc, you have to use the correct binaural beat that operates at the right frequency of brainwave, for the brain to create that particular state of mind.

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