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May 14, 2018


What Is Mind Audio?

What Is Mind Audio?

What is Mind Audio? Let’s cover types of mind audio and discuss how you can integrate each type into your wellness meditative life. We will discuss effectiveness, compatibility, and cover some common misconceptions about what brain enhanced audio can do for you.

The most effective type of mind audio is binaural beats. Discovered in 1839 and becoming mainstream over a decade ago with the popularity of companies like that offer personal binaural induction technology. When signals of two different frequencies are presented to each ear, the brain detects phase differences between these signals. A perceptual integration of the two frequencies produces a synchronization of the brain to achieve a specific outcome. Binaural Beats are also the safest induction technology. Sine waves are not dangerous, and therefore nor are binaural beats. We hear them every day, in music and in nature. And so, the only side effects that might potentially arise from using binaural beats are those similar to those that would come from an over exposure to music. Ancient cultures were aware of how the brain could be entrained through sound repetition well before modern science was able to prove the process. Now of course, in times past, societies didn’t refer to this science as binaural beats, but what they did know was that consistent, rhythmic sound had extremely powerful healing and spiritual benefits. Due to it’s ease of use and high effective rate, binaural beats from companies like are the perfect introduction to mind audio.

ASMR, or Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response, is a term used for an experience characterized by a tingling sensation on the skin that typically begins on the scalp and moves down the back of the neck. ASMR can cause the short-term subjective experience of low-grade euphoria. It can be relaxing, stimulating, but lacks the long-term benefits of direct brain technology like binaural beats. The relaxed feeling you get from ASMR may help you sleep. In one study, scientists found that most people liked to watch videos of the noises and sounds that trigger their ASMR before they go to bed. The same study looked at how ASMR changes your mood. Most people said triggering their ASMR helped them with symptoms of depression. It’s only a temporary fix, though. The effect fades a few hours after the tingling sensation does. Whisper videos are just one branch of a YouTube subculture of ASMRers making, discovering, and promoting videos for their triggering properties. Some videos unintentionally cause the tingles—makeup tutorials are an ASMR goldmine, as are vlogs from people with deep, resonant voices. Other videos are more calculated. There’s a whole cottage industry of YouTubers, usually with “whisper” in their screennames, who have created hundreds of videos where they talk softly, eat Oreos while tapping conspicuously on a mug, or pretend to be travel agents, doctors, or hair stylists—however many fake haircut videos you think there are on YouTube, there are more than that, and people love them.  If you have tried ASMR and enjoyed it, you have taken a first step towards mindfulness. Try integrating binaural beats into your routine as the logical next step.

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Guided meditation is a process by which one or more participants meditate in response to the guidance provided by a trained practitioner or teacher. This can be in person or through a sound or video recording. Variable by quality, training, and experience of the instructor – it can be valuable for beginners, but less inductive to self-administration. If you go this route, be sure to go with a practitioner with career experience. The benefits of guided meditation start with relieving stress but don’t end there. Meditation has also been shown to lower the risk for depression; reduce chronic pain; lower the risk obesity, binge eating and emotional eating; improve sleep quality; aid recovery from chronic illnesses; and so much more. Guided Meditation will have an effect on your overall cognitive abilities, helping you to focus more, have more concentration, develop skills quicker, and increase your memory powers. It can Give you an amazing, magical experience by taking you on a mind journey into the unknown doorways in your mind. It will help you to think clearer, and clear your mind of cluttering thoughts, that clog the mind. It will help to increase mental well-being and can help with depression and anxiety. It will help to lower blood pressure, and reduce stress. A student is only as good as their teacher, however. Avoid YouTube amateurs or those making masterful claims with no backing.

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Subliminal audio or video is the least effective of all mind technology. It consists of messaging produced below the threshold of sensation or consciousness. This is affects someone’s mind without them being aware of it. Subliminal messaging is hidden in content and typically not what is advertised or perceived. Since users have no way of verifying messaging, it is recommended to avoid this as wellness technique. Subliminal messages affect the subconscious mind. We’re talking visual messages that can be flashed very quickly in a film or buried within a print image and audio messages that are masked by other sounds, played below audible levels or recorded backwards to hide the message. True, scientific research has yet to determine the actual effectiveness of this process. Sublimial creators seem to be the more scam related also. There are a pantload of “companies” out there making money off subliminal messages. These are usually audio recordings that promise to help you with everything from getting a child to stop sucking his thumb to learning a foreign language while you sleep. There is even a program that boasts being able to program your body to use mental birth control—we don’t recommend trying this at home! YouTube is currently cracking down on the scam subliminal makers, but they still exist.

Beware of Subliminal Scams

Beware of Subliminal Scams

Often the best form of mind audio is integrated technology. For instance, uses a combination of binaural beats, ASMR triggers, chromatherapy, and more to produce extremely high-quality results. Be wary of producers claiming impossible results. No mind audio can change eye color, make you grow taller, change your sex, modify your hair color, or produce fantastical results. No matter your choice of mind audio, go with a trusted provider. You will find that integrating some of these technologies into your wellness lifestyle can greatly enhance sleep, meditation, and quality of life. CLICK HERE to try some of this technology absolutely FREE.

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4 Comments Post a comment
  1. George Calvert
    May 14 2018

    Yea you have channels like Mind Audio Central and Mind Power, etc. on YouTube who were making crazy claims like “Turn Yourself Asian” and “Make Your Eyes Purple” to minors and then trying to get them to pay when they (obviously) didn’t work. Kinda ruined it for some of us other sublininal makers who were doing real meditative work. Now YT is hitting us all.

  2. Stephanie Robinson
    May 14 2018

    I am a 17 year old girl who fell for the fake subliminal stuff on youtube a few years ago when I didn’t know any better. Most of these channels are preying on body image. Some of them take requests and directly lie to their followers. Do a little research before you use these. You will find out (like I did) that most of these fake youtube subliminal channels are run by 14 year olds.

  3. Matthew Labonte
    May 14 2018

    Go with the integrated method. I couldn’t get great results using meditation also. Tried Monore Institute binaurals, then idosing and nothing. When I combine them and meditate with binaurals I can get good results. Worth mentioning, it takes time. Don’t give up!

  4. Melissa Sanchez
    May 14 2018

    Doesn’t anybody just meditate to nature sounds anymore? I must be getting old lol


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