Binaural beats are very effective for relaxation and freeing the mind allowing us to become more focused and purposeful in life.
What is Frequency Following Response? Frequency following response  (FFR) is the tendency for our mind and body to be affected and synchronized by an external source – such as sounds and rhythms.
Frequency following response is a prime factor in brainwave entrainment. This happens when; an external stimulus is being mirrored by internal processes within the brain. The result of this mirroring can be excited by sound and vision to create certain brain states.
We are all moved by the beautiful sounds of nature – the roar of ocean waves, the rumble of thunder, and the constant flow of a river as well as the majesty of a symphony orchestra. These rhythmical and sometimes melodic waveforms constantly move us into the conscious awareness of the relationship of body and mind. Continue reading
Although there are no hard and fast rules on how to use binaural beats. There are some good tips and tricks that you can use in order to benefit your experience.
Actually binaural beats can be listened to anywhere, so long as you have a good set of headphones. Remember though, using binaural beats are for meditation, so you will need to be in a place that is comfortable and where you can essentially place your mind in a neutral state, in other words, where you don’t have to be concerned about answering the phone or being disturbed. Your mind should be free of worry, fear and running thoughts. Continue reading
Brainwave Entrainment (BWE) with audio called binaural beats or binaural tones are auditory processing artifacts, or apparent sound, the perception of which arises in the brain for specific physical stimuli. 
The effect was discovered in 1839 by Heinrich Wilhelm Dove, and has become more prominent in the late 20th century due to the claims that binaural beats can help induce relaxation, meditation, creativity and other sought after mental states. Continue reading
I’ve been practicing brainwave entrainment for some time now, using brainwave audio tools such as binaural beats, and must confess that it’s helped me become more relaxed, focused and creative. In fact, binaural beats have even helped me control back pain as well as the occasional headache. I even use them to assist in removing or changing unwanted behaviour patterns and attitudes, they even assist me with affirmations and visualization of my goals.
Binaural beats (brainwave audio) can be used to achieve different mind states, reach deep relaxation and meditation, and are great for self improvement and overall health.
Brainwave entrainment methods such as binaural beats, monaural beats as well as isochronic tones are widely used in therapeutic support of people who need help in relaxation, meditation and overall self improvement. Continue reading