Binaural Beats

Binaural beats are one of the many tools you can use to make your brain relaxed and to induce lucid dreaming. They’re really quite an interesting phenomenon. Using them at first can be a little strange feeling, but you’ll love the effects that binaural beats can have on your mind and body, especially how relaxing they can be. Here’s a bit about how they work and how you can use binaural beats to induce easier lucid dreaming.

What are Binaural Beats?

Binaural beats are essentially a sound that your brain hears but that doesn’t actually exist. When you introduce one frequency of noise to one ear and another frequency to the other ear, your brain will actually make up the difference, and what you “hear” will be binaural beats. The beats will be very low frequency and pulsing, and they’ll sound like a blend of the two tones you’re actually physically hearing.

Binaural beats can be used for brainwave entrainment, which is essentially bringing your brain into certain desirable patterns through the use of sound. Entraining your brainwaves can help you induce desirable states of mind, such as relaxation or even deep sleep. Your brain will actually sync up with the waves of sound that are coming over it, so you get into the brainwave pattern that is most helpful to you at any given time.

Already, binaural beats have been valued for their ability to induce creativity and relaxation, and lucid dreamers have been using them for years as a way to induce lucid dreaming by bringing about the perfect state of mind and brainwave patterns.

Using Binaural Beats

Binaural beats can be used to induce a lucid dreaming state of mind that puts your brainwaves between the alpha and theta stages. This basically means that you’ll have the sleep that you experience in the theta stage along with the awareness and creativity that comes with the alpha stage. Using binaural beats is super simple.

You can download binaural beats from the Unexplainable Store. Just put them on your computer, and you can put them on your portable music device or burn them to a CD. One thing you have to have to use binaural beats is a set of stereo headphones. The recording needs to be able to tell the headphones to play a different tone in each ear, since the process won’t work if the sounds end up blended in both ears.

All you need to do to use binaural beats is to download them from the Unexplainable Store, pop in your headphones, and listen to the beats as you’re falling asleep. It may take a bit of getting used to, but in a short amount of time, you should find yourself becoming more relaxed, and you’ll be much more likely to experience lucid dreams in the state of mind induced by the binaural beats.

The Unexplainable Store isn’t the only place to get binaural beats, but it’s one of my favorites. I like it also because you can buy packages of recordings for lucid dreaming, and I like using the binaural beats combined with the isochronic tones for the absolute best results. The binaural beats are still my favorites, though.

Any time I’m having trouble inducing states of lucid dreaming, which still happens, surprisingly enough, I turn to binaural beats as my first solution for getting past the problem. Often, the issue is just with my state of mind, and I need to use some brainwave entrainment techniques to move past it and re-access the world of lucid dreaming. Whether you’re an advanced lucid dreamer stuck in a bit of a rut or are new to lucid dreaming and want to make your experience even better, these brain frequency recordings from the Unexplainable Store are a great tool to check out.

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