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Are Isochronic Tones the Best Brainwave Entrainment Method?

13th January 2011
Brainwave entrainment is a little known yet potentially powerful tool that can help your mind adopt new states of consciousness to help you become a better person inside and out. And among the three kinds of methods available, the isochronic tones are the... Read >
Author: Nazima Golamaully

How Isochronic Tones and Brainwave Entrainment Can Improve Your Life Today

13th January 2011
Brainwave entrainment is a long standing procedure with years of research to back its efficacy. It can help anyone relieve stress, reduce pain, gain a better sense of self and improve overall health. And in the modern setting, thanks to technological impr... Read >
Author: Nazima Golamaully

Sleep Paralysis In African Americans

09th August 2010
Sleep paralysis, also known as isolated sleep paralysis, affects people all over the world, regardless of race or social position. Research shows that most people experience it at least once in their lives. African Americans, however, experience recurrent... Read >
Author: Hillrunner

What's in a Name? Yuppies, Dinks or Dewks?

04th March 2008
Copyright (c) 2008 Wendy Tendys For some reason or other, we coin generational phrases to put people in their place. Or, is it to define subcultures of certain patterns of behaviour? Mobileers were a community of early two-way radio users. According... Read >
Author: Author Unknown

Silent Subliminal Audio Creator Software

14th August 2007
Of all of the various self-improvement resources I make available, one of the most popular and one of those which I receive many questions and requests about are products for achieving altered states of consciousness and accessing the infinite powers of t... Read >
Author: JK Ellis

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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