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Binaural Beats are the products of two different sounds in harmony; they produce sounds that are only heard by the brain. The effect of this can be quite calming, relaxing and meditative. There are many different types of binaural beats that can suit your specific mood and also help with various ailments. Many people have said that if you are someone who generally has trouble with quieting the mind and meditation (like me), then binaural beats are likely to have a greater affect on your overall ability to reach the higher frequency states. Furthermore, studies have shown that these beats can assist with mental clarity, more focused thought patterns, increased energy, heightened creativity and many more positive changes for your overall wellbeing.
Physicist Heinrich Wilhem Dove first discovered binaural beats in 1839. He published his findings in his book Repertorium der Physik. Through his research he found that when you present two different frequencies separately, one to each ear, your brain can detect the phase discrepancy between the two frequencies and it tries to reconcile that difference. Until 1973, little research was done on the affects of binaural beats and the brain until Gerald Oster, a biophysicist, presented a paper in The Scientific American. His paper sparked further interest and research into the study of binaural beats. He stated that: ……….Continued www.collective-resolution..