how our mood music works
Sound is one of the most powerful forces to which our body can respond. It can affect heart rate digestion and learning. It can trigger emotions.
In sound healing, we can direct sounds (binaural beats, healing frequencies, shamanic drumming) to stimulate or soothe energy centers in the body to promote energetic and mood balance as well as master the mind-body connection.
Mind training music: Unlock your brain’s full potential
Mood music introduces the possibility of enhancing your brain power and mood by using mind training music. Moving beyond traditional music forms, this sound healing music rapidly raises your vibration, expands your reality, releases blockages, removes resistance, and restores balance and harmony in your mind and body.
Mood Music is a synthesis
Using hidden subliminal messages, hypnotic language, binaural beats, chakra tones, chanting, shamanic drumming, subsonic frequencies and more, the tracks attune you to your highest vibrational potential.
What is Brainwave Entrainment?
Brainwave Entrainment is a practice that causes brainwaves to fall into rhythm with frequencies that correspond to the intended brainwave state.
The main states include Beta, Alpha, Theta and Delta.
Beta is associated with high levels of focus.
Alpha is associated with relaxation.
Theta is associated with or aha moments and creative inspiration.
Delta is associated with deep relaxation.
Whenever there are extraordinary meditation states present, brainwave electrical activity between the right and left hemispheres tends to synchronize. This synchronization of the cerebral hemispheres seems to only happen in special circumstances of consciousness – the “aha” state, the moment when creative inspiration strike.
Brainwave Entrainment is based on the premise that the brain is composed of millions of neurons that interact with each other through electrical signals that create brainwaves. Whenever the brain experiences an external stimulus through any of the sensory organs, it responds through an electrical activity called the Cortical Evoked Response or CER. CER is generated as a result of periodic rhythmic stimuli, in the form of sound or light frequencies. The brain tends to synchronize its electrical activity to the external stimulus. Thus, brainwave entrainment is also called Brainwave Synchronization. In the case of binaural beats, signals are introduced to the brain causing a response directly related to the frequency of the signal introduced.
We live in a universe filled with sound waves that our nervous systems (subconscious mind) are constantly registering. All matter is vibrating and singing–however subtly. Even the Earth is pulsing with its own rhythm and frequency, called the Schuman Resonance. Sound is in essence a vibration or sine wave that we can hear and, like tuning forks, we are constantly attuning to the sounds around us.