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How to Overcome Fear of Failure Using Subliminal Messaging

No one likes the idea of failure, let alone failing. And that’s why the risk of failure and the emotions that accompany the risk can prevent us from even trying. We often become so motivated to avoid failure that it exceeds our motivation to succeed. This results in stagnation. We procrastinate, we look for an easier option,  and often completely avoid taking on the challenge because we fear the feelings that may arise if we don’t succeed

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Explained: The 5 Different Types of Binaural Beats

There are five key types of binaural beats: Delta, Theta, Alpha, Beta, Gamma. Generally speaking, Delta and Theta are considered low-frequency states, Alpha is somewhat in the middle, and Beta and Gamma are high-frequency states.

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Binaural Beats for Depression: An Analysis of the Research

The value of music therapy is increasingly being realized in the medical industry. One type of widely used music therapy being widely used is brainwave entrainment, which includes binaural beats. But can this type of music help with depression?

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How to Create Your Own Binaural Beats Album

Creating a binaural beats album is easy enough to do but there are a few things you should consider first. It’s not quite like buying a normal music album, because this is essentially a personal development tool that you will want to tailor to your specific needs.

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Understanding The Oster Curve

The Oster Curve was developed by Dr. Gerald Oster, who pioneered binaural beats research in the 70s. He proposed how they might be used as a diagnostic tool for purposes related to health and science.

A Guide to Misophonia (“Hatred of Sound”): Symptoms, Triggers, Research & Treatments

Has a simple noise ever driven you crazy? Maybe it was the sound of a sniffle, a baby’s cry, loud chewing, or even a yawn? It may sound unreasonable, but there are millions of people who become irritated, anxious or agitated by the everyday sounds that the majority people happily ignore. Misophonia, which quite literally means “hatred of sound,” occurs when common, everyday sounds trigger emotional responses and the need for escape.

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