Resonances

brain entrainment

I’ve decided to share some of the audio-visual tools that I create for some of my meditations and to ease my tinnitus. I call these tools “resonances”. Audio tracks containing different frequencies carefully selected and mixed to create binaural effects and brainwave entrainment with the help of videos.
I want to make clear that I create these “resonances” specially for me, I don’t claim that they will work for you. I suffer from tinnitus and have a very special musical taste, so these “resonances” are not the usual meditation and sound therapies you usually find on-line.

I work with digital tone generators and digital tools to create the exact tones I’m after. It is true that I mix frequencies used in sound therapies and used by people seeking balance and deep healing, but I don’t claim that you will be healed or find balance by using my personal tools. They work for me but may not work for you. Give it a try, but don’t press yourself if they don’t work for you.

These “resonances” are created to be listened with headphones (good ones if possible). Some are just a mix of specific frequencies and other are binaural beats. I understand that for some people it may be extra difficult to just listen to these tracks and meditate. For that reason I work on visualisations that may help you keep focus on a screen point and even help you go into a trance like state both by visual and auditive stimulus.

Do not watch the videos if you suffer from epilepsy. Don’t listen to the tracks if you suffer from Ménière’s disease. Some of these audios may even produce nausea and other discomforts. I share them because they may be useful to other people like they are to me but not everybody may react the same way, so it’s up to you to find out if they are useful for you. If you feel any kind of discomfort stop the resonance you’re listening to. There may be lots of different reasons why you may feel discomfort. Frequencies penetrate deep into the conscious and subconscious mind, drawing forth emotional reactions which we are sometimes unable to completely control.