Though the inner workings of the mind are both widely researched and speculated on, information about how the brain functions and how it affects emotions is ongoing, with research pinpointing the importance of brainwaves as the paramount interest of many in the field.→ Read more
Close your eyes. Breathe deeply. Try to quiet your mind. What do you feel? Chances are that you’re aware of your pulse. If you get quiet enough, you may just be able to feel the energy buzzing through your veins and circulating through your muscles and the rest of your→ Read more
What is it about electronic music that makes it impossible for some to stand still? What is it about country music that makes others want to throw wherever the sound is coming from out the nearest window? What is it about 432 Hz that makes us feel so relaxed?→ Read more
You want to use headphones for listening to your binaural beats. However, cords can be annoying. You don't want to be worried about tripping over things when you're trying to immerse yourself in your practice. The idea of having no cumbersome cords runs parallel with your transcendental activity of meditation→ Read more
Those with normal hearing ability, partial hearing and non-hearing persons, can sense vibrations created by sound. These vibrations do not need to enter through the ears, and can enter at different receptive points of the body.→ Read more
I love your work and look forward to telling others on my Facebook page about it. So many people don’t know about binaural beats, and I think it’s a wonderful thing for elders. Chill Pill is amazing, you guys are so talented.
You’ve been very kind–and patient with your advice! I will definitely direct friends to your site. It’s wonderful how alternative therapies like yours are finally making their way into the mainstream, slowly but surely.