- Meditation music to improve memory & concentration
- Absorb, retain, and recall information
- Expand awareness and increase creativity
Do you ever wonder why as children we learn more in our first few years of life? The answer lies in the mysterious and elusive Theta brain wave state. Up until the age of six, children are predominantly in Theta. This frequency allows the brain to absorb and retain massive amounts of information that gets stored in long-term memory. You can restore this magical ability through daily Theta brain wave training.
When you need to study and assimilate new information, slip on your headphones, relax and listen to Deep Learning, the ultimate meditation music for memory and concentration. Within minutes, memory receptors are gently stimulated as precision-engineered, binaural beat Theta frequencies shift your brain into perfect balance. In this state of heightened receptivity and brainwave entrainment, the clarity and speed with which you can concentrate, study, integrate and store information is profoundly improved. Theta brain waves are associated with long-term-potentiation.
Instructions for Listening:
Listen to this program daily for either thirty or sixty minutes a day to train your brain to develop more Theta activity. Regular use will enhance overall mental performance.
Here are three ways to use Deep Learning. Experiment to explore which way works best for you and your needs:
1. Thirty minutes before studying, lie down, close your eyes and listen to Deep Learning. This will prepare your brain for absorbing new information.
2. Or, listen to Deep Learning while you study.
3. Listen to Deep Learning to relax, unwind or meditate.
After regular use you’ll notice a dramatic increase in your ability to retain and retrieve information.
What You Can Expect:
Enhanced ability to focus and concentrate
Greater clarity of thought
Track 1: Meditation Music + Theta Waves - Use Headphones
Track 2: Nature Sounds + Theta Waves - Use Headphones
Running Time: 60 Minutes
Going deeper into a trance-like state of meditation, you enter the mysterious Theta state where brain activity slows almost to the point of sleep, but not quite. Theta is one of the more elusive and extraordinary realms you can explore. It is also known as the twilight state which you normally only experience fleetingly upon waking, or drifting off to sleep.
Dreamlike Imagery, Inspiration & Insight
In Theta, you are in a waking dream, receptivity is heightened and you are able to access knowledge and information that normally lies beyond your conscious awareness. As flashes of vivid imagery dance before your mind's eye, you may feel a "floating" sensation as your mind expands beyond the boundaries of your body. In this deeply relaxed state don't be surprised to receive sudden insights, inspiration or a sense of knowing.
Theta rests directly on the threshold of your subconscious. Advanced meditators are able to enter the Theta state and maintain it without falling to sleep. Theta meditation lowers blood pressure, releases endorphins, increases creativity and awakens extrasensory perception. Theta also plays an important part in behavior modification programs and has been used in the treatment of drug and alcohol addiction. Because theta brainwave activity induces an "endorphin high" it can reduce the desire for mind altering substances. Also, because theta is associated with heightened receptivity, it is the ideal state to reprogram your mind with positive thoughts that assist in changing habits and behaviors.
Super Learning, Long-Term Memory and Self-Hypnosis
Theta is an ideal state for super learning, storing information in long term memory, re-programming your mind, dream recall, and self-hypnosis. The theta frequency is recognized as the gateway to learning and memory. What is learned in theta get's stored in long term memory. Children under the age of 5 learn more in their first few years of life, because they are primarily in the theta state.