Vibrations of the Void

“If you want to find the secrets of the universe, think in terms of energy, frequency and vibration.”

-Nikola Tesla

Binaural beats are a blessing for consciousness. The powerful tones were discovered in 1839 by a Prussian physicist and meteorologist, Heinrich Wilhelm Dove. Their power is being uncovered again after the rise of the internet. One is created from two similar frequencies played in each ear, which then form the sensation of a third frequency from the subtraction of the two.

Through the stimulation of brainwaves these frequencies can alter consciousness in incredible ways. Gamma, Beta, Alpha, Theta, Mu and Delta waves make up parts and states of one’s consciousness. By isolating these frequencies then listening to them with headphones, it is possible to guide one’s consciousness into the desired state more easily. They even have the ability to stimulate certain glands to produce desired hormones.

Binaural tones have the power to help elevate us to new heights of existence. You can even listen to them while cooking, which is why I posted this of course. They are worth trying at least once. Sometimes I even listen to them while fixing pancakes…in my dreams.

Anyway, here’s one of my favorite videos using the tones:

 

 

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The Breath of Existence

A person breathes on average 15 times a minute, 900 times in an hour, and 21,600 times a day. That’s 151,200 breathes a week. That being said, those numbers are highly variable.

I don’t even notice 20% of my breathes, and yet, breathing is the essence of my existence. To master the breath is to master the mind. Mastery won’t happen in a day or a year though, JUST A BLOODY FREAKING LIFETIME…yea, thanks universe…Seriously though, it was life changing when I discovered the powerful effects of deep breathing.

I just read an article about how breathing effects digestion, and I was like, “Hey, that might be good on that blog.” So, here’s the link to two articles I read earlier. One is about digestion. Check it out if your still breathing…hmm not the best joke…

 

http://psychcentral.com/lib/learning-deep-breathing/0003203

http://jacksonvillereview.com/breathing-for-better-digestion-by-louise-lavergne/