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Binaural Beats - Benefits and History

09th August 2010
All through history men have used music in some form as a spiritual and holistic way of healing. There are many benefits of binaural beats ranging from meditative values to claims of increased creative functioning. Binaural beats were officially discovere... Read >
Author: A

Personal Growth Through Binaural Beats And Subliminal massages!

05th November 2009
This article is designed to help you understand the relatively recent machinery of Binaural Beats, as used in the Holosync recordings. You be supposed to be aware of how this machinery machinery, the settlement it can grant and slightly budding dangers so... Read >
Author: maln006

The Binaural Beats Way To Unlimited Happiness

10th April 2009
We all have desires. We all want things. We all need social interaction and companionship and we all seek these things. But have you ever wondered why you have these desires? Do you truly believe that the desire itself is what you are wanting or can yo... Read >
Author: Michael McGrath

Are Stiff Eyes Preventing Your Child from Reading

02nd April 2009
Can your children's eyes move in small jumps from left to right, following printed words on a page? Can they rapidly swing back and down to begin reading the next line? Can they pick out syllables and individual phonograms and assemble these into words? ... Read >
Author: Gavin Swallow

Binaural Beats - The Science Of Magic

17th March 2009
Imagine if a benevolent alien race landed and gave you access to a manifestation tool build around cutting-edge highly adavnced scientific tools. Would you be interested? I know I would. Well the relatively new science of binaural beats is not far off ... Read >
Author: Michael McGrath

Enhance Your Creativity with Brainwave Modulation

10th September 2005
The brain normally operates at different frequencies, depending on the type of mental activity involved. These frequencies are divided into four main types of brainwave patterns: Beta waves (between 13-40 HZ) are associated with peak concentration, h... Read >
Author: David Allen
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