Smart Meditation

Smart Meditation – Guided Meditation with brainwave tracking

Smart Meditation

Smart Meditation

$19 per 15 minutes

$70 per hour

Track your brainwaves as you meditate with hypnotic lights dancing behind your closed eyelids. Lights moving to the sounds of the environment, classical music, binaural beats or even your own brainwaves. The rhythmic patterns allow you to reach the deepest state of meditation with ease. Binurnal beats are known to create a pattern in the brian waves that allows for deeper meditation, higher learning and even physical healing.

 

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What are the different binaural beats?

Alpha. Alpha brainwave patterns are associated with a state of wakeful relaxation. Slower and lower in frequency (between 9-14 hertz), alpha waves are dominant when we’re calm and relaxed, but still alert. Alpha waves are associated with states of meditation—your yoga class probably puts you in an alpha state—and also with our ability to be creative.

Theta. This brainwave pattern is associated with deep relaxation and with some stages of sleep, including the lighter stages of non-REM (NREM) sleep. REM sleep itself is mostly composed of beta wave and other activity that’s similar to an alert, waking brain. Deep meditation produces theta waves, which are slower and of lower frequency (between 5-8 hertz) than Alpha waves. That murky barrier between sleep and wakefulness, when you’re drifting in and out of sleep, and your thoughts feel dreamlike and difficult to remember? That’s a theta-dominant state of consciousness.

Delta. If you’ve been reading this blog for a while, you’ve heard me talk about slow-wave, delta sleep. Delta waves are slow, low-frequency brainwaves (between 1.5-4 hertz) that are the dominant brainwave pattern of deep (stage 3 and 4), NREM sleep.

As you can see, the faster (and higher frequency) the brainwave pattern, the greater your state of arousal. The slower and lower frequency brainwaves are, the deeper your state of relaxation—or sleep.

Scientists have observed for decades that exposure to sound waves can affect brainwave patterns. In a process called entrainment (aka “tuning the brain”), when exposed to sound waves at certain frequencies, brainwave patterns adjust to align with those frequencies.

This is one way scientists think binaural beats work. By exposing the brain to beats that create low-frequency tones in the brain, these sound waves create shifts in brainwaves themselves, generating slower frequency brainwaves that promote deeper states of relaxation.

https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/sleep-newzzz/201810/how-can-binaural-beats-help-you-sleep-better

 

 

 

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What is a Smart Meditation, and what will I experience?

When you come in you will be greeted warmly, and asked a fe questions about your needs and challenges.

You’ll be directed to one of our beautiful meditation rooms where you will be seated or instructed to lay down

A teacher will then place a brainwave reading device on your head and connect it to an app.

You’ll get the choose of what you would like to listen to:

  • Sounds of the Environment
  • Classical Music (Proven to cure pain, depression and anxiety)
  • Binaural Beats (Proven to sink you deeper into a meditative state instantly
  • Or even the sound of your own flowing brainwave activity (This option with train you brain to know how to meditate of giving you an audio signal that you are indeed meditating)

The sound you choose will connect to rhythmic lights that will dance to the beat of the sound creating patterns of color behind your closed eye lids.

The teacher will give you guided imagery that will unfold before your eyes

 

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