Imagine enjoying your favorite food, or the feeling of listening to your favourite music; a sunny Saturday morning after a good sleep, or the feeling of contentment after finishing a good book.These feelings of wellbeing, contentment and happiness can be represented — strangely enough — by a combination of geometric shapes: a hexagon connected to a pentagon with three branches.
In this infographic you’ll learn how binaural beats work: the brainwave states, delta, theta, alpha, delta, gamma, the associated benefits of listening and everyday use cases.
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.
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 body. Ever been able to give it a name before? If you answered ‘no,’ I’ve got an answer for you. It can be considered Kundalini.
As Bob Marley famously said, “One good thing about music, when it hits you, you feel no pain.”
Marley’s wisdom, it seems, knew no limits- much like the near-magical capacities of music.
What is it about electronic music that makes it impossible for some to stand still? Why is it that country music makes some want to throw the CD out of the nearest window? What is it about music made in the frequency of 432 Hz that makes us feel so relaxed?