Deep Meditation

Many health problems are stress related—and many are even caused by stress. Deep meditation dramatically lowers your stress level–which often creates dramatic improvements in chronic health problems. It’s been known for decades that stress is a key component in many diseases. High levels of one stress hormone, cortisol…

  • Weakens the immune system, switching off disease fighting T-cells. As a result, you become more vulnerable to colds, flu, fatigue, and infections—and, to more serious health problems, including cardiovascular diseases, and even cancer. • Lowers bone formation, leading to osteoporosis.
  • Causes collagen loss in your skin, too, leading to wrinkles and premature aging (you often see this in heavy smokers, who often look older than their actual age).
  • Counteracts insulin, leading to high blood sugar and other serious health problems: brain, kidney, and artery damage…asthma and allergies…chronic stomach and colon problems…joint pain…back and leg pain… headaches…colitis…and even heart pains.
  • Stress is also thought to be involved in a long list of immune diseases.
  • High cortisol also reduces serotonin levels, leading to depression.
  • Other stress symptoms include anxiety… tiredness and low energy…loss of appetite…loss of sex drive…rapid heartbeat…high blood pressure…and high cholesterol and triglyceride levels.

If you suffer from chronic health problems, it’s highly likely that stress is involved!

So, what can we do about this?

Thousands of studies show that meditation is a powerful antidote to stress. Traditional meditation, though, is difficult to master. And it takes a long time to see results.

Most people have a hard time getting themselves to stick to a regular meditation practice.

How do you do to obtain deep meditation? Holosync solves this problem. By effortlessly placing you in the brain wave patterns of deep meditation, and creating the same changes as traditional meditation, but 8x faster, you get all the benefits of meditation, but without the struggle.

Holosync is easy, it’s more powerful than traditional meditation, and you see results right away. Try here a FREE Demo.

Holosync also has a powerful effect on cortisol, the main stress hormone:

A few years ago longevity researcher Dr. Vincent Giampapa found that…

  • Holosync lowers cortisol levels by 46.47%, in just a few days!
  • It also increases levels of DHEA, a key hormone that counteracts cortisol, by 43.77%.

The Mayo Clinic, Cedar-Sinai Medical Center, Oxford University, and many others, have found that meditation reduces:

  • Chronic pain…
  • Anxiety…
  • High blood pressure…
  • Cholesterol levels…
  • Health care visits…
  • Substance abuse…
  • Post-traumatic stress response…

Meditation also improves heart and artery health by up to 69%–and creates a 12.5% lower risk of stroke or coronary mortality.

So, with all these benefits, why don’t more people meditate?

Well, because, as I said, it’s difficult to learn and it takes a long time to master. And, a long time to see results.

The core of the program consists of two soundtracks that actually go together: The Dive and Immersion. The Dive begins by placing you in an alpha brain wave pattern, the brain wave pattern of meditation, deep relaxation, joy, super-learning, and several other beneficial states. Then, we gradually slow your brain waves into a deeper alpha state, then still slower and deeper into a theta brain wave pattern, and finally into delta… …the deepest, slowest brain wave pattern. There are tremendous benefits to each of these brain states, which I won’t go into here. After a period of several days of using The Dive, you add the Immersion soundtrack, which holds you the delta state you achieved with the Dive, increasing the length of your listening session, and increasing the benefits you receive. You really will, as we often say… “Meditate like a Zen monk at the touch of a button”.

Try a FREE  Demo here.

Brain Wave Patterns 101

The first thing you need to know…

…is that twenty-four hours a day, as nerve cells in your brain communicate with each other, they generate electrical impulses that fluctuate rhythmically in distinct patterns called brain wave patterns.

These patterns are closely correlated with your thoughts… your emotions… your state of being… the functioning of the various systems of your body… and, in essence, the entire quality of your life!

There are four categories of brain wave patterns. The most rapid is called a beta brain wave pattern, the pattern of normal waking consciousness. Beta is associated with concentration, arousal, alertness, and cognition.

At its highest, most rapid levels, though, beta is associated with anxiety, disharmony, and dis-ease. (Perhaps the ability to slow yourself down from those levels might be beneficial to you?)

As you become more relaxed, your brain wave activity slows into what is called an alpha brain wave pattern. Alpha patterns vary from deep alpha, a state of deep relaxation often referred to as the twilight state between sleep and waking, to the higher end of alpha—a more focused yet still very relaxed state.

Four Categories of Brain Wave Patterns

Waves Beta

 

  • Concentration, arousal, alertness, cognition
  • Higher levels associated with anxiety, unease, feelings of separation, fight or flight

Waves Alpha

 

  • Relaxation, superlearning, relaxed focus, light trance, increased serotonin production
  • Pre-sleep, pre-waking drowsiness, meditation, beginning of access to unconscious mind

Waves Theta

 

  • Dreaming sleep (REM sleep)
  • Increased production of catecholamines (vital for learning and memory), increased creativity
  • Integrative, emotional experiences, potential change in behavior, increased retention of learned material
  • Hypnagogic imagery, trance, deep meditation, access to unconscious mind

Waves Delta

 

  • Dreamless sleep
  • Human growth hormone released
  • Deep, trance-like, non-physical state, loss of body awareness
  • Access to unconscious and “collective unconscious” mind, greatest “push” to brain when induced with Holosync®

When you’re absorbed in a good book (or a television show) you’re probably in alpha. And, as I already mentioned, alpha is often associated with what is known as superlearning—the ability to learn, process, store and…

…recall large amounts of information
quickly and efficiently.

Slower still are theta waves. Theta is best known as the brain wave state of dreaming sleep, but it is also associated with a number of other beneficial states, including increased creativity, some kinds of superlearning, increased memory abilities, visionary experiences, and what are called integrative experiences (where we make broadly-based positive changes in the way we see ourselves, others, or certain life situations).

“Ah-ha!” experiences, where you suddenly “get it,” have an insight, or a great idea suddenly comes to you, are accompanied by bursts of theta waves in your brain.

You can probably see why gaining the
ability and flexibility to access this state
might increase your effectiveness!

Here’s another exciting characteristic of the theta state: Dr. Thomas Budzynski, a noted researcher in this field, has said that critical and often self-sabotaging filters of the left brain are bypassed in a theta state, and that in terms of making positive changes in beliefs or habit patterns, “a lot of work gets done very quickly.”

Are you beginning to see the possibilities?

And best of all, theta is also a state of tremendous stress relief. In the slower theta brain wave pattern, the brain makes lots of relaxing endorphins that really do—as you will see (or rather, feel) when you try it for yourself…

…melt your stress away!

The slowest brain wave pattern is delta, the brain wave pattern of dreamless sleep. Generally people are asleep in delta, but there is evidence that it’s possible to remain alert in this state—a very deep, trance-like, non-physical state you’ll have to experience to appreciate.

In certain delta frequencies the brain releases many highly beneficial substances, including human growth hormone, which we ordinarily make in decreasing quantities as we get older—resulting in many aging symptoms including loss of muscle tone, increased weight gain, loss of stamina, and many diseases associated with aging.

Holosync® puts you into a “waking delta” state—where the most beneficial changes occur.

The positive evidence is overwhelming. These brain wave patterns of meditation dramatically improve your health, slow aging, powerfully reduce stress levels, create more happiness and inner peace…and a lot more.

Unfortunately, traditional meditation is difficult for most people to learn. Many find it difficult to stick with a meditation practice. And, the results happen so slowly that most people quit before they experience them.

That’s why Holosync® is such a tremendous breakthrough. It allows you to experience all the benefits of meditation, easily and effortlessly—and without spending years mastering the ability to meditate.

Next, let me bring all of this closer to home…

I found the new and exciting
field of neurotechnology.

I still remember the first time I listened to a cassette tape (this was before CDs) using a crude forerunner of the more advanced and refined technology we now use at Centerpointe Research Institute. It was only ten minutes long, and I have to admit I was very skeptical (as you may be), but when I finished listening…

…I felt more peaceful than I usually did (on a really good day) after 45 minutes of meditation—calm, centered, mentally sharper, somehow more in touch with myself.

And this feeling lingered for hours! Try a FREE  Demo here.

 

3 Comments

  1. Francisco Rojas Reyes

    Gracias mi buen amigo Jussi, por brindarnos esta oportunidad de conocer más acerca de nuestro cerebro y darnos herramientas para transformarlo. Thanks again!

    • neuropla

      Hi Francisco:
      It is my pleasure and my goal as once Steve Jobs said: “To make a dent in the universe.”

  2. Anna Vaski

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