Some benefits of Binaural beats

Binaural beats are two tones that when played together create certain (specific) brainwaves in the brain.

Recently the science discovered the benefits of using binaural beats, but they were were discovered centuries ago.

Some benefits of Binaural beats:

Reduced stress and anxiety

Increased mental focus and concentration

Increased creativity

Better memory

Help with Astral pojectios

Help to meditate

Some people have even reported healing benefits of using binaural beats. Personally I have found that reach the Delta State is very beneficial to my health.

Each binaural beat help you achieve a different mental state. It is possible to create several different types of binaural beats by varying the frequencies. The two tones in the binaural beats have to be very similar in frequency.

Binaural beats are simply amazing and they can help you to achieve positive results in your life simply from using them for just minutes everyday ( 10 – 30/ session ).

Binaural beats require using stereo headphones to produce results.


Binaural beats, What are Binaural beats?

Binaural beats are a powerful form of brainwave entrainment.

Binaural beats are basically sounds or tones that have a specific frequency in them. Those frequencies are played in each ear in order to ‘trick’ the brain into a certain frequency and reach a desired effect. Binaural beats are actually a quite simple concept for the effectiveness and power that’s held inside of them.

Binaural beats occurs when a person listens to a sound in one ear and a similar but slightly different sound in the other. The resulting dissonance produces a sound in the brain that is not really there. The imaginary sounds are called binaural beats. Many people claim that these beats can induce states like relaxation and concentration. Other people believe that these states are the results of the power of suggestion, not a binaural beat.

Binaural beats were first discovered in 1839 by H. Dove, a German experimenter. At that time, binaural beats were considered to be a special case of monaural beats. Binaural beats are not the same as monaural beats. Binaural beats are perceived by presenting two different tones at slightly different pitches (or frequencies) separately into each ear. This effect is produced in the brain, not in the ears as with monaural beats. It is produced by the neural output from the ears and created within the olivary body within the brain, in its attempt to “locate” the direction of the sound based on phase.

Monaural and binaural beats are rarely encountered in nature.

To hear monaural beats, both tones must be of the same amplitude. However binaural beats can be heard when the tones have different amplitudes. They can even be heard if one of the tones is below the hearing threshold. Noise reduces the perceived volume of monaural beats whereas noise actually increases the loudness of binaural beats.

Binaural beats deserve special mention because of the manner in which the desired frequencies are obtained. Brainwave entrainment may be achieved when audio signals are introduced to the brain causing a response directly related to the frequency of the signal introduced, called binaural beats. Two tones close in frequency generate a beat frequency at the difference of the frequencies, which is generally subsonic. For example, a 495 Hz tone and 505 Hz tone will produce a subsonic 10 Hz tone, roughly in the middle of the alpha range. The resulting subsonic tone may affect the state of mind of the subject.

The “carrier frequency” (e.g., the 500 Hz in the example above), is also said by some to affect the quality of the transformative experience. Note that this effect is achieved without either ear hearing the pulse when headphones are used. Instead, the brain produces the pulse by combining the two tones. Each ear hears only a steady tone. Although some have claimed that these frequencies do provide help in treating certain medical conditions, there is not a wide acceptance by the medical community to adopt the practice of brainwave entrainment for emotional/mental disorders. A fixed, constant frequency of synchronization is less helpful than techniques such as classical neurofeedback or learning meditation, which naturally generate brain wave frequencies that differ from person to person and may vary from minute to minute.



Benefits of Isochronic Tones

Talking about Isochronic Tones, They can produce all of the same results that you can achieve from Binaural Beats just on a more efficient level and in a quicker time frame. Below are just a few of the most common benefits:

* Less stress
* Deep sleep
* Improved memory and IQ
* Pain relief
* Stronger spiritual connection
* Better health
* Sharper focus
* Improved sense of well being

In Summary…

Given the choice I would use Isochronic Tones any day over the other two forms of brainwave entrainment. I have used all three but consistently use Isochronic Tones more often in my daily life.

I have had great results with each but definitely notice a superior difference with the Isochronic Tones. I find the results to be practically instant as long as I am focused and able to tune out any distractions or noises… headphone are extremely useful for this.



What Are Isochronic Tones?

Isochronic tones are the most powerful method of auditory brainwave entrainment.

Like Monaural Beats, the pattern of interference that produces the beat is created outside of the brain so there is no requirement of using headphones to listen to them (although it is recommended). Isochronic tones consist of entirely separate pulses of a tone and differ from monaural beats that only have sine wave pulses.

The reason why Isochronic Tones are so powerful is that they increase the speed of the pulses and use equal intensity tones meaning they get the desired result much faster than monaural or binaural beats.




Why Monaural Beats are Superior to Binaural Beats?

There are some reasons that make binaural beats are lagging behind other forms of brainwave entrainment like monaural beats and isochronic tones.

1. Binaural beats require headphones. Monaural Beats and Isochronic tones can be used very effectively without headphones although for best results it is recommended that you still use them.

2. Binaural beats cannot entrain the Hemispheres individually. They cannot do this because they require both ears. With separate stimulation in each ear it is much easier to achieve deeper meditation and is particularly useful for ADD reduction and depression.

3. Your brain can only process the intensity of binaural beats at around 3db, or 1/10th the volume of a whisper. Monaural beats and isochronic tones can be perceived at a much greater depth and intensity and therefore have far greater potential.

This is a very short video showing the difference between binaural beats, monaural beats and isochronic tones.


Monaural Beats vs. binaural beats

Monaural Beats and Isochronic Tones are a newer more effective form of brainwave entrainment. Although binaural beats are much more well known and far more widely used, monaural beats and isochronic tones are actually more powerful and intense and are capable of producing better results in a shorter time period.


What are Monaural Beats?


Monaural beats are when there is only one tone that pulses on and off in a specific pattern. With only one tone (as opposed to two tones with binaural beats) your brain has a much easier time adjusting and there is no need to balance separate tones.

Monaural beats are not only easier on your brain but they also produce the altered mind state very quickly. They are actually far superior technology to binaural beats and it is not even necessary to use headphones with them… but it is still recommended for best results.


The effects you achieve will depend on the specific patterns of the pulsing tone. The tone pulses on and off at whichever frequency it is programmed to.


This beating sound programmed to a specific herz will tell your brainwaves to create a certain state of mind and allow you to experience the desired results very effectively.


What is the difference between binaural beats, monaural beats and isochronic tones?

You may just be wondering what is the difference between binaural beats, monaural beats and isochronic tones. Which one should you choose? Is any one of them better than the other?

Firstly, binaural beats, monaural beats and isochronic tones are each a form of (auditory) brainwave entrainment. They each have the possibility and potential to affect your brain and brainwaves in a positive manner to create results such as increasing creativity and concentration, creating states of deep relaxation and removing stress and even aiding in weight-loss and gaining confidence.


Binaural Beats (above) are the cheapest to purchase. They are effective but are said to be the slowest form of brainwave entrainment available.

Monaural Beats (above) are similar to binaural beats but get the desired result faster. However, some people prefer the sound of binaural beats over the sound of monaural beats.

Isochronic Tones (above) are the most powerful form of brainwave entrainment but also the most expensive to purchase. They get the desired results very quickly and are very effective.


Monaural beats-What Are Monaural Beats?

What Are Monaural Beats?

Monaural beats are used for brainwave entrainment in which two tones which would be used binaural beats are played in each channel resulting in a stronger stimulus. With monaural beats, the interference pattern that produces the beat is outside the brain so headphones are not required. They differ from isochronic tones because monaural beats are a sine wave pulse rather than entirely separate pulses of a single tone.

Monaural beats are similar to binaural beats in the sense that they also use two tones to entrain brainwaves.

Binaural beats use two tones of different frequencies that need to be listened to via stereo headphones. Monaural beats also use two tones, but they can be listened to via speakers (although headphones are recommended) because with monaural beats, the two tones mix before they reach the ear.

Monaural beats are easier on the brain than binaural beats and it is said that monaural beats have a stronger effect on the brain. It takes less time for the brain to adjust to the tones and thus you can get results fairly quickly.

Only monaural beats are the result of the arithmetic (vector) sum of the waveforms of the two tones as they add or subtract from one another, becoming louder and quieter and louder again.

Monaural and binaural beats are rarely encountered in nature, but in man-made objects, monaural beats occur frequently. For example, two large engines running at slightly different speeds will send “surges” of vibrations through the deck of a ship or jet plane. The lower pitched tone, is called the carrier and the upper tone is called the offset.

Monaural beats occur in the open air and external to the ears. For example, when two guitar strings of slightly different frequencies are plucked simultaneously, monaural beats strike the ear as beats and therefore excite the thalamus, an action crucial for entrainment. Binaural beats played through loudspeakers become monaural beats.

To hear monaural beats, both tones must be of the same amplitude. However binaural beats can be heard when the tones have different amplitudes. They can even be heard if one of the tones is below the hearing threshold. Noise reduces the perceived volume of monaural beats whereas noise actually increases the loudness of binaural beats.

HINT: When listening to monaural beats, one needs to take care to have a quiet environment so background noise does not interfere with the tones and disrupts the entrainment process.


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