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Published on Aug 13, 2011
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Theta Brain Waves Information ( 4 to 8 Hz) :
•4.5 Hz - Brings about Shamanic/Tibetan state of consciousness, Tibetan chants. •4.9 Hz - Induce relaxation and deeper sleep •4.9 Hz - Introspection. Relaxation, meditation •5 Hz - Reduces sleep required. Theta replaces need for extensive dreaming •5.35 Hz - Allows relaxing breathing, free and efficient •5.5 Hz - Inner guidance, intuition •6.5 Hz - Centre of Theta frequency. Activates creative frontal lobe •7.5 Hz - Activates creative thought for art, invention, music. Problem solving •7.5 Hz - Ease of overcoming troublesome issues •7.83 Hz - Schumann earth resonance. Grounding, meditative, Leaves you revitalized •3 - 8 Hz - Deep relaxation, meditation. Lucid dreaming •3 - 8 Hz - Increased memory, focus, creativity •4 - 7 Hz - Profound inner peace, emotional healing. Lowers mental fatigue •4 - 7 Hz - Deep meditation, near-sleep brainwaves
---------------- What are theta brainwaves? ---------------
Theta brainwaves are considered extremely relaxing brainwave activity that is commonly associated with sleep and dreaming. Theta brainwaves are high in amplitude and cycle within the range of 4 -- 8 Hz and are usually generated in the brains right hemisphere. Theta waves kick in when we feel emotional, relaxed, daydreamy, unfocused, or are asleep. Theta brainwaves are generally thought of as the brainwaves that are dominant in people with A.D.D., high levels of relaxation, high levels of creativity, and random thinking. The theta brainwave is considered the brainwave pattern that is dominant in deeply relaxed, dream sleep.
Theta brain waves typically range from 4 Hz to 8 Hz. Theta brain waves are associated with the "subconscious mind" and are usually produced in the right-hemisphere of the brain - as opposed to beta brain waves, which are produced in the left-hemisphere and are associated with the "conscious mind." The brain creates theta brain wave rhythms each time you are in "dream sleep." Also, during R.E.M. [Rapid-Eye Movement] sleep, the brain is full of theta brain wave activity.
Nearly 3/5 of your entire time spent sleeping at night involves the production of theta brain waves in your brain. Many individuals also are able to access theta brain waves when they are: driving for a long stretch on the highway, practicing their meditation routine, using a self-hypnosis recording, or practicing other forms of deep relaxation. When you are able to consciously access the alpha brain waves state, you are just one step away from accessing the depths of theta.
What's cool about theta brain waves is the fact that they allow you to connect with your "subconscious mind." The subconscious mind is the place where all experiences, long-term memories, natural creativity, powerful emotions, spiritual connections, and inspiration are all stored. Think of the "subconscious mind" as one big, infinite storage space for "everything" in your life. The theta brain waves are extremely helpful for healing the body of injury and the mind of diseased-states
--------------Benefits of increasing theta brainwaves----------
•Deep levels of relaxation •Bridges the spiritual connection •O.O.B.E. , Astral Projection, Esp, Other related phenomenon •Advanced intuition •Subconscious connection •Ability to program subconscious mind •Emotional connection •Peak levels of creativity •Advanced problem solving skills •Large boost in learning ability •Improved long-term memory •Ability to hyperfocus •Lower anxiety, stress, and neurosis •Healing of body and mind