Energizer I - Download
Actual running time of each title approximately 30 to 40 Minutes
Brainwave entrainment with binaural beats consist of one beat being delivered to the left ear, while a different beat is delivered to the right ear. The brain takes both beats & mixes them together creating a whole new beat. This promotes relaxation & hemispheric synchronization in the brain. Most of the programs in Brainwave Rhythms I are isotronic beats which do not absolutely require headphones, but they are recommended. Isotronic beats simply play at a certain pace for 5 minutes or so to allow the brain time to get into synch with it by mirroring that pace. Then the programs are designed to slow or speed up the pace gradually, leading the brain to follow the beats into a deeply relaxed state, or whatever level of brainwave activity is ideal for the goals of the session.
The Energizer 1 session uses isotronic beats consistent with beta brainwave activity which is ideal for focus, concentration, attention and energy. Beta activity includes increased bloodflow which is where the brain gets the glucose and oxygen to make energy. (Energizer 2 has different background music which only matters to the conscious mind.)
By downloading these MP3 files you can listen on your your MP3 Player and other mobile devices without having to stream from the internet. You will also be able to use your earbuds or headphones. ounds in the foreground while the binaural, monaural, or isotronic beats are playing in the background. The music in the foreground gives the conscious mind something to do while the subconscious mind responds to the beats in the background.
Added Benefits: Besides much needed healthy rest and relaxation, the programs also offer an opportunity for the listener to make use of visualization, affirmations, and metaphors to encourage the subconscious mind to access and activate internal resources that have been there all along — creativity, self-confidence, happy memories, energy, and pleasant emotional states such as joy to name a few. So, take a moment to think of the inner resources with which you’d like to connect before listening.