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Vision Stimulator - Brain Manipulation with Iso Chronic Tones & Binaural Beats

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Uploaded on Dec 8, 2011

Binaural beats, Monaural beats and Isochronic tones use particular sound waves in patterns, giving the ability to change brain and even body function. Often used in meditation or relaxation, sound waves stimulate parts of the brain to react in a specific desire much like a tuning fork. These videos are a collection that I have spent a long time putting together, each having a different effect. A way to get the mind, body and spirit to cooperate together.

I started with laying down twin tracks of isochronic tones to produce an altered state of mind in a shorter amount of time. Not to mention they are more powerful and still a fairly new technology. Secondly, I added, a more subtle and periodic, set of binaural beat tracks behind the isochronic tones, to still allow for both hemispheres of the brain to be stimulated without being overloaded. And thirdly, adding 3 more tracks of sound effects and background music, more to entertain the imagination and help with focus. Kind of like adding flavoring to medicine.

Unlike with binaural beats, using 2 tones, Monaural beats work with only 1 tone, allowing your brain to adapt quicker and more comfortably. Yet with Isochronic tones being the more powerful of the three, by increasing and decreasing the tones and speed an altered state and tuning of the brain is accomplished more rapidly.

So by combining the usefulness of all three, not to mention the "flavoring", I have found that, as a whole, can be extremely powerful. So far they are giving very desirable effects and in a shorter amount of time.

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