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This session uses Sub-Delta frequencies which have a soothing effect on the limbic system, the amygdala and hypothalamus. These delta frequencies for example are very helpful for conditions involving Hypertension (High Blood Pressure), chronic pain, Fibromyalgia, and more.
In addition this entrainment track utilizes Rife frequencies as carriers that are tuned to heal hypertension. The track utiizes Rife and Solfeggio in the carrier frequencies.
Delta waves are involved in vasoconstriction, fear and the fight-or-flight response. By calming these structures, blood pressure should decrease, muscles should relax, sweating should decrease and your extremities (hands and feet) should warm up. Your body naturally starts repairing and healing itself during the delta state, which is the state your brain is in when you are in a deep sleep, therefore this track can be used for all general purpose healing and wellness.
Use the session in a quiet and comfortable place with your eyes closed for the most powerful effect. You can sit in a chair or lying down on a bed is fine as well. This session can be used with or without headphones. Any type of noisy environment will benefit from headphone usage for better brainwave entrainment. During the session you should remain as calm and relaxed as possible.
Alternatively you can play the session when you are going to bed at night. The session is around 30 minutes and suited well for daytime relaxation or napping usage, but you can repeat or loop it without issue, only for increased healing. If you are familiar with visualization techniques they can be employed as well during the session.
People with a past history of epilepsy or seizures should NOT use brainwave entrainment.
This Sub-Delta brainwave entrainment track uses the following protocol:
Pulse Frequency Range: 7.83Hz - 0.5Hz
Entrainment Method: Isochronic Tones, Photic Modulation
Carrier Frequencies: 174Hz (Solfeggio-Foundation), 324Hz (Rife), 528Hz (Rife & Solfeggio), 95Hz (Rife)
Usage: Headphones or Speakers, Visualizations