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Hypnosis VS Meditation | What's The Difference?

Mar 02, 2021

Hypnosis VS Meditation

What is the difference?

Hypnosis and meditation are popular practices all around the world but few know what exactly are they and the difference between them. That’s what we are going to discuss here so let’s dive in.

Generally, Both, hypnosis and meditation are used to improve your mood and help you achieve your goals, it may be weight loss, smoking cessation, managing your pain, and many more as we will discuss later. They depend on imagining positive actions that make you feel happy or watching your body to imagine and feel what happens inside it. This eventually will release your tension and make you feel better than before.

What is going on inside our brains during hypnosis and meditation?

The brain has two cerebral hemispheres, right and left. The left cerebral hemisphere is linked to our conscious mind and the rational part of ourselves. It works verbally when we talk and tends to be more dominant in our normal waking state. While the...

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What Are Binaural Beats? | The Benefits of Brainwaves & Binaural Beats

May 30, 2020

Life is about rhythm. We vibrate, our hearts are pumping blood; we are a rhythm machine.
- Mickey Hart

The audio tracks included in this program are more powerful than any other hypnosis and affirmation programs out there today, partly because they include binaural beat technology. This technology guides your mind into a super learning state, advanced creativity, and vivid visualization.
Binaural beats work for a very wide variety of issues and different frequencies can assist you with anything from improved sleep to greater problem-solving skills. Let’s take a look at how binaural beats work.
The Healing Power Of Binaural Beats
A physicist discovered binaural beats in 1839. He found when a person listens to one sound frequency in one ear and a different one in the other ear, the brain detects the difference and tries to equalize them. As the brain tries to reconcile the difference, it creates a third signal. It is the difference in frequency between the two ears.
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