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Deep Theta Meditation 5.5Hz Isochronic Tones With Metal Crystal Bowls and Rain

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Get MP3 version: http://www.mindamend.com/yt/deep-thet... ► Subscribe to my channel and be updated with my latest tracks: ► If you are new to this type of audio brainwave entrainment, find out how isochronic tones work and how they compare to binaural beats here: . There are 7 alternative background sounds of this track available at my website above: Metal Crystal Bowls (the one used in this video), Om Mantra, Outerspace, Thunderstorm, Water Surface, Whale sounds, Just Tones (no soundtrack) What is this? This is a deep Theta 'brainwave entrainment' session, using Isochronic Tones with a metal crystal bowls and rain background track. It is designed to make it easier to experience a deeper state of meditation, usually only achieved after many years of practice. The session begins at the top of the Alpha/Beta border range (12 Hz), and guides you down to high Theta in about 7 minutes. Then gently down to deep Theta (5.5 Hz) by the 14 minutes mark, where it holds you for just over half an hour, before bringing you back up to a more alert state again of 15Hz in Beta. This is not designed for sleep Because this session guides you back up to the higher Beta frequency range at the end, it is not designed for using to help you get to sleep. Metal Crystal Bowls I also have another video of metal crystal bowls without the Isochronic tones here: Headphones? Headphones are not required for this particular session. But, if you can use headphones, I always recommend it. When you use headphones it helps to block out any peripheral sound in the room, and I personally find the entrainment experience to be more powerful when using them. Safety NOTE: It is not recommended to listen to this while driving, operating machinery, or under the influence of drugs or alcohol. Who Should NOT listen to this audio? Those who should not listen to this video/audio include: Those who are prone to or have had seizures, epilepsy, pregnant or wear a pacemaker should NOT listen to this video/audio. WHY? There is currently insufficient research data in this area, so as a precaution, if you are among the categories listed above, I would recommend you consult a doctor or medical professional before listening to this video/audio. ® Copyright MindAmend.com
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