Train to De-Stress
Today’s world is stressful for everyone that owns a brain. This show describes a FREE, EASY and FAST way to retrain your brain to de-stress. This method is called “Binaural Beat”. (Sometimes referred to as Binaural Beat Therapy.)
With a few 20-minute sessions, you can get your brain to relax – as if you were a seasoned meditator. You can use your smart headphones or simply buy some inexpensive headphones, to be used along with a free app on your phone.
In this show you will learn:
- What are “Binaural Beats”
- What Binaural Beats do inside your brain
- How Binaural Beats can calm your brain or intensify your orgasms (referred to in this way as “mindgasms”)
- The safety of Binaural Beats and who should NOT use it.
- How your brain “beats” and “sounds” when you are in deep sleep, in state of calm, in a state of agitation and in a tantric state.
- How the concept of Binaural Beats has been used in war and in peace marches.
- Mike and Dr. Lindsey waxing on about the “dog beach” they visited yesterday and what it means to be in “sync” with someone.
Any headphone works. The ones that have cushioning on the sides minimize bone conduction to brain sound, so it gives the most optimal effect. But you don’t have to use cushioned headphones, this is just an explanation of why they are the top of the line for these purposes.
And a BONUS Covid Scientific Update
- Why and how melatonin protects you against “getting” Covid and “reduces complications from COVID” even in the ICU.
FREE App (get from the App store on your phone):
Binaural Beats Generator+
Apple App Store: https://apps.apple.com/us/app/binaural-beats-generator/id1206442552
Google Play: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.tmsoft.whitenoise.generator.beats&hl=en_US&gl=US
https://kn-studio.com/what-are-binaural-beats-and-is-it-possible-to-achieve-orgasm-by-just-listening-to-it/What are binaural beats and is it possible to achieve orgasm by just listening to it? Posted on May 3, 2019by Jerald Doll
Efficacy of binaural auditory beats in cognition, anxiety, and pain perception: a meta-analysis. Psychol Res. 2019 Mar;83(2):357-372. doi: 10.1007/s00426-018-1066-8. Epub 2018 Aug 2. PMID: 30073406.