Better sleep, less pain, stronger intuition, and better focus may all be in your head. According to research, brain frequencies measured during restful sleep, dreaming, wakefulness, and restlessness are only slightly different from one another. It can be frustrating to try to fall asleep when you have too much on your mind. Meditation practices can help – but again, quieting the mind in meditation to get to that feeling of peace and zen (theta waves) sometimes feels far from achievable.
Sound Frequencies of the Brain
It’s a complex topic to explain fully here. I refer you to scientific articles and research on brain frequencies. However, what you might be interested in is that you have tools available to you to affect change in your brain frequencies that can trigger relaxation (alpha), sleep and dreaming (delta), awareness and memory retention (beta), etc. It may come as no surprise that pure tone sound frequencies can help align your brain to the activity you want to experience. Better sleep might be just a few tones away.
How to Develop Your Intuition
Some of the most frequently asked questions I get are around how to develop one’s intuitive skills. Of course, there are many ways, like being in nature, feeling grounded, having a daily energy practice such as Reiki, or surrounding yourself with crystals and natural beauty (one of my favorites – see Crystal Magic). Now you can add pure tones from specific frequencies of tuning forks that resonate with the brain and the pineal gland.
You’re Invited to Experience Sound Secrets of the Brain
- Learn about the different brain frequencies, alpha, beta, delta, theta and gamma waves
- Use and experience brain tuning forks to help shift your brain frequencies from restless to relaxed, or from depressed to joyful
- Brain Balancing Technique
- Brain/Body Communication
- Sacred Portals
- and more. See details here
October 27, 12:30 to 4:30 p.m. at my Healing Center in Portland, OR. Contact me for details