The Benefits of Deep Meditation Music For Sleep, Relaxation, and Healing
Deep meditation music for sleep is powerful. Research shows that music can alter a person’s mood and behavior, as well as their physical body. That’s why, in our fast-paced modern world, the calming effects of music are so significant.
Theta brainwaves (4-7 Hz) are associated with dreams, deep meditation, and REM sleep.
Binaural beats result from hearing 2 dissimilar frequencies in each ear so headphones are required. If you hear two different frequencies in each ear, you'll hear the difference between the two as a binaural beat.
Listening to binaural beats may increase particular brainwave frequencies. Our brain mimics the frequencies we hear in the beat. If you wish to better your theta brainwaves, listen to a binaural beat in the theta range. This is called entrainment or frequency-following response.
Music that is tuned to 432 Hz is more friendly for the ears and unites the listeners to the universal harmony and generates positive effects on the mind and body.
In short, 432 Hz music would fill the mind with a sense of peace and well-being. Deep meditation music for sleep that has been tuned to the scientific 432 Hz releases emotional blockages and is said to be most beneficial to humans.
Listen for a period of at least 21 days, try listening to music tuned at either 432 Hz or 528 Hz–which is the frequency that promotes both love and DNA repair, and track how you feel the next morning.
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