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    Doubing Your Brain Power (Part 4 of 4) - The Super Consciousness
    Incredible, Legendary Mind-Power Secrets! http://GeniusBrainPower.info Have you ever had difficulty sleeping? Is it hard for you to relax? Does it feel like stress is always present and getting stronger every day? If you said yes to any of... Incredible, Legendary Mind-Power Secrets! http://GeniusBrainPower.info Have you ever had difficulty sleeping? Is it hard for you to relax? Does it feel like stress is always present and getting stronger every day? If you said yes to any of those questions you are not alone. As the pace of life in the modern world increases many people are feeling overwhelmed by information and technology. The instant-now culture that is developing from smart phones and high caffeine beverages has most of us on edge and it's getting harder to turn off the information overload. If you are looking for a non-prescription, all natural way to relieve stress or increase your creativity and productivity consider brainwave entrainment. Deeply embedded in the human brain is the unconscious recognition and reaction to rhythm. From tribal drums to computer generated beats pulses of electricity enter into our brainwaves and in turn our emotions and moods can be affected by the speed and pitch of these beats. High speed frequencies can induce creativity while slower beats can lead to states of calm and relaxation. Controlling the pace and pulse of these beats is what brainwave entrainment is all about. More
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    Doubing Your Brain Power (Part 3 of 4) - The Super Consciousness
    Incredible, Legendary Mind-Power Secrets! http://GeniusBrainPower.info With the hectic pace of modern day life everyone is looking for ways to reduce stress. From long hours at work and caring for children or elderly parents to information... Incredible, Legendary Mind-Power Secrets! http://GeniusBrainPower.info With the hectic pace of modern day life everyone is looking for ways to reduce stress. From long hours at work and caring for children or elderly parents to information overload and fears about the worsening recession people have a lot to worry about, but sometimes the stress gets to be too much and can have adverse effects on sleeping, eating and one's overall health. Reducing the stress in your life can do wonders for your mental and physical well-being, and one way to achieve stress reduction is through guided meditation and meditation with brainwave entrainment technology. Since the mid-1800's scientists and researchers have experimented with sound waves, in particular binaural beats and isochronic tones, to try to guide the brain into a specific frequency using pulses of sound that can stir productivity and creativity or cause feelings of calm and relaxation. The practice of brain training and brainwave entrainment are not entirely new but the use of computer generated pulses and tones has become more popular of late since the results from isochronic tones have proven to be more effective than binaural beats. By exposing the brain to special computer generated tones that are pulsed at a specific rhythmic frequency, the brain will synchronize its own electrical impulses to that same frequency. This means the brain becomes "entrained", or matched, to the specific frequency of the pulses, which gives you the ability to choose the primary frequency you want to experience in your brain. By guiding the brain into deeper (slower) frequency brainwave patterns, you can induce a profoundly deep state of relaxation and meditation with almost no effort. These days it doesn't take much to stress people out. Being on edge just from living in the fast paced modern world is often enough to put people precariously close to panic and anxiety attacks, insomnia and bad eating habits. These side effects of stress can combine to cause short and long-term complications if someone doesn't regulate their stress levels. If you are looking for a natural, non-pharmaceutical way to reduce stress, consider brainwave entrainment. More
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    Doubling Your Brain Power (Part 2 of 4) - The Super Consciousness
    Incredible, Legendary Mind-Power Secrets! http://GeniusBrainPower.info Ask anyone today what they have a hard time with and more often than not they are likely to cite trouble focusing or concentrating. With laptops, smart phones, television,... Incredible, Legendary Mind-Power Secrets! http://GeniusBrainPower.info Ask anyone today what they have a hard time with and more often than not they are likely to cite trouble focusing or concentrating. With laptops, smart phones, television, GPS systems and social media, it is hard to block out all the distractions when you need to focus on something specific. Attention deficit disorder may be one of the most popular excuses for our lack of concentration, but it's not an entirely accurate diagnosis since many of us simply aren't training our brains the right way to improve our focus. Concentration is necessary just to make it through a typical workday. From driving and working to shopping and cooking, focus is essential in order to get tasks accomplished. Unfortunately many of us have a hard time zoning in on a specific project and seeing it through to completion. Being easily distracted is not necessarily a disorder but it will keep you from managing your time wisely and getting done the important things that need your attention. There are several ways people can improve their concentration, including strategic brain games and exercises, along with guided meditation and brainwave entrainment. Research has shown that the more a person trains their brain in specific skill sets, the better one can get at cognitive thinking, problem solving and memorization. Using computer generated pulses, or isochronic tones, during brain entrainment meditation is another way to synchronize your brain's frequencies so you can operate on a fast or slow frequency that will assist in achieving states of productivity or relaxation. As we all know, when we are relaxed our concentration and decision making are much better than if we are under stress or hurried. Being able to tap in to specific Alpha, Theta and Delta waves allows us to synchronize our brainwaves with sound pulses so we can be more focused on specific projects and tasks. It's not likely that the world is going to slow down anytime soon. Technology is moving at a breakneck speed that can't be turned off, and if we are going to adapt to this fast-paced lifestyle it's up to each of us to learn how to improve concentration, induce states of relaxation to reduce stress and train our brains to handle the constant bombardment of information. Using isochronic tones during brainwave meditation can help you achieve better focus, deeper calm and improved decision making. More
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    Doubling Your Brain Power (Part 1 of 4) - The Super Consciousness
    Incredible, Legendary Mind-Power Secrets! http://GeniusBrainPower.info When people think of exercising it often involves physical exertion to strengthen muscles. The human brain is also an important "muscle" in the body and with the... Incredible, Legendary Mind-Power Secrets! http://GeniusBrainPower.info When people think of exercising it often involves physical exertion to strengthen muscles. The human brain is also an important "muscle" in the body and with the right brain training and brain exercises you can help keep your mind fit, alert and ready to handle the rigors of a typical working day. Often brain exercises come in the form of games that help train the brain improve memory, strategize and think in advance. Some common forms of brain exercise include chess, memory games and mathematical problem solving. Another way to exercise the brain is through brainwave entrainment. Isochronic tones are computer generated tones that are pulsed at specific frequencies to achieve desired effects such as productivity or relaxation. Although brainwave entrainment is not a new practice -- binaural beats have been used in brain training since the mid-1800's -- the use of computer generated isochronic tones has become more popular lately and are also proving to be more effective in helping people improve their memory and intelligence. Unfortunately when most people stop formal schooling, either by achieving a degree or choosing to drop out, the study habits and brain training that was part of their daily schedule also ends. The memorization and critical thinking that helped get us through school shouldn't have to stop just because a specific goal has been reached. In fact, if you don't keep up with brain exercises your mind will become lazy and won't function in the as sharply as it used to. Keeping the brain sharp requires exercise the same way muscles in the body require regular work outs to maintain a defined shape. The more you train your brain with brain exercises including strategy games, meditation and brainwave entrainment the better your memory, cognitive thinking and problem solving will be. We can't expect our brains to always operate at the highest levels possible, but we can take proactive steps to help improve our focus, retain information and prevent memory loss. More
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    Karaine Andrea Smith-Holness (KASH) flew down to JA to assist the Nathan Ebanks Foundation and its 1st Jamaican Special Needs Learning Expo April 11-14, 2012 at the Jamaican Conference Center. We caught up with Karaine in Jamaica and we thank her... Karaine Andrea Smith-Holness (KASH) flew down to JA to assist the Nathan Ebanks Foundation and its 1st Jamaican Special Needs Learning Expo April 11-14, 2012 at the Jamaican Conference Center. We caught up with Karaine in Jamaica and we thank her for taking time out to explain her involvement with the Nathan Ebanks Foundation founded by Christine Staple-Ebanks. More
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