Brain Waves & Hz
The universal principle of vibration
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The Ajna Light can simulate each of the four brainwave patterns (alpha – alert, beta – relaxed, delta – meditative, theta – sleep and gamma – insight) by specific flicker frequencies within 1 – 50 Hz.
These frequencies are:
• Delta (deep meditative state): exact multiples of 4Hz, especially around 20Hz
• Theta (sleeping state): 4Hz – 8Hz and multiples
• Alpha (alert, relaxed state): 8Hz – 13Hz and multiples
• Beta (awake, thinking state): 13Hz – 30Hz and multiples
• Gamma (conscious awareness): 30Hz and above, particularly 40Hz
• Schumann Resonance (Earth electromagnetic peaks, corresponding to EEG alpha – theta): 8Hz, 14Hz, 20Hz, 26Hz, 33Hz, 39Hz, 45Hz and 51 Hz (vary over 24 hours, and during thunderstorms)
The user’s brain waves are stimulated into a range of trance states, from a light relaxing state to the deepest meditative state. Deep meditative states activate the pineal gland, located in the center of the brain (the sixth Ajna chakra or third eye).
Alpha brainwaves happen in relaxation, often when the eyes are closed, during light meditation or a daydream. It is an easy alert state of focus and concentration. This state engages your imagination and powers of visualization. The pacemaker cells in the thalamus generate alpha waves when they are coherent (in phase). As the brainwaves slow down in alpha to 8Hz, intuition comes, as low alpha is on
the edge of the unconscious mind range (delta and theta).
Beta brainwaves happen in normal alert waking consciousness, when the logical mind is reasoning, judging, analyzing and thinking. As the brainwave frequency increase in beta, there is disconnect from the intuitive low alpha state. The inner critic becomes stronger, leading to physiological, emotional and mental symptoms of stress. These symptoms include shallow breathing, worrying, obsessive thoughts, elevated heart rate and blood pressure, and high levels of adrenaline.
Gamma brainwaves are associated with insight and high-level information processing. perception occurs when the 40Hz gamma wave, originating in the thalamus, sweeps the brain from front to back bringing different neuron regions into synchrony. If the thalamus is even slightly damaged, this wave stops, conscious awareness does not form, and the person falls into profound coma. Gamma waves
have been induced using light frequencies delivered through fiber optic cable in mice brains.
Researchers performed this study in the frequency range of 8Hz–200Hz. The study produced empirical evidence of gamma wave induction in the approximate interval of 25–100 Hz. The gamma waves were most apparent at a frequency of 40Hz. Gamma waves have been observed in Tibetan Buddhist monks during a 2004 study with eight long-term Tibetan Buddhist monks. When the monks were asked to generate a feeling of compassion during meditation, their brain activity began to fire in a rhythmic, coherent manner, suggesting neuronal structures were firing in harmony. This was observed at a frequency of 25–40 Hz, in the range of gamma waves. These gamma oscillations in the monk’s brains were the largest seen in humans.
Delta brainwaves occur during deep non-dreaming sleep, and also during the deepest level of meditation. The delta state of meditation is experienced by those with many years of practice, when awareness is fully detached from the outside world. The delta state accesses the power and knowingness of your unconscious mind. Delta is the gateway to the universal mind and the collective unconscious, known in yoga as the akasha, where all the information in the universe is available which is otherwise inaccessible at the conscious level. In the delta state, cerebro-spinal fluid (CSF) washes out toxins resulting from waking metabolic processes out of the brain. The neurons shrink in size by 30% at this stage of sleep, so the CSF can flush through the brain. The body heals and regenerates.
Theta brainwaves happen during deep meditation and the REM periods of light sleep. It occurs every time you drift into sleep, and is called the hypnogogic state. Images are seen during this time as you are just entering sleep, although you are still just awake and aware. The subconscious mind is active in theta. It is the frequency in which people are easily influenced. Children, up to the age of five years, are in a constant theta state and are therefore easily conditioned by the family emotional environment.
After the core unconscious belief system and the mask of the personality are formed during the first five years, the child changes brainwave frequency to dominant beta and alpha states, which persists throughout adulthood. The child no longer believes in magic, and loses the natural, open, loving and non-judgmental awareness of early childhood. Deep spiritual connection and unity with the universe
occur in meditation at the theta state. The inner voice of theta is a profound aware silence and it allows you to experience clear, beautiful visualizations, great inspiration, creativity and insight.
NB: The Ajna Light treatment is NOT suitable for epileptics.
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The Pineal Gland
Our 3rd eye situated in the center of the brain. The pineal gland has the remnants of the cornea and retina, and has the same light sensitive cells as the eyes.
The Ajna Light
The Ajna Light is a powerful aid to relaxation, meditation and heightened awareness, as well as accessing inner wisdom and connecting to the higher self.
The Ajna Light uses the hypnagogic effect to induce the state between awake & asleep and stimulates the brain into a more relaxed and medtitative state.
Symbolic references to the pineal gland and its connection to our spiritual ascension have been found in all ancient civilisations across the world.
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