This is How Modern Music Locks Us Into Predictive Brainwave States

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Steven Halpern shares his journey creating healing music for the 21st century, based on ancient sound-healing principles.

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34 Comments

  1. When delving deeply into a program & the Music freezes or skips. Yikes. 432 HZ is where it’s at!

  2. Music = magic.. That’s what music was originally used for..

  3. MSM manipulates our brain’s DELTA brain waves. Delta = Sleep.

  4. Music don’t have the beat it use to.
    Everything is digital today.
    I grew up in bluegrass, real instruments being played by real people.
    Not recordings dubbed over.
    Go listen to some old Doc Watson or Billy Strings

  5. How music affects us. Too many people listening to very harmful vibrations. It needs to be known, a video with this information must be uploaded

  6. This video gave no information regarding the title. Terrible. The question was never answered.

  7. Just don’t listen to pop music. It should be easy, since all of it is crap

  8. Yes , I kind of agree .But I read alot of lyrics like I do poetry . And I have learnt and healed alot from that poetry 🙏💚🌏🎼

  9. if you think modern music can’t calm you don’t you need to listen to lofi hiphop beats to relax/study too

    • You still need lo-fi hip hop for study but if you whant altered states of consciousness or highrer states, modern music isn’t the option.

    • But if you whant even greather performance try altered states of consciousness!!

    • @kutx leon if i want to alter my consciousness i’d do lsd bro. i don’t even listen to lofi hiphop beats to relax/study too. i listen to punk. because its fun

  10. After losing my job in the pandemic😷.

    I created my channel believing for MYSELF, YOU and the rest of the WORLD🌍☀️.

  11. its all about the frequency…because we are between 71% – 75% water the frequency affects us not only at the cellular level but also affects the water in our body…frequency affects and changes the molecular structure of the water into a beautiful sacred geometric shape so the more beautiful and higher the frequency is the more beautiful and complex the geometric shape gets the more joyous and harmonious the human being feels…love.

    • When I see people singing on America Got Talent. My entire being wakes up. What does that mean?

  12. Wikipedia Article “Brainwave Entrainment”

    “Entrainment is a term originally derived from complex systems theory. The theory explains the way that two or more independent, autonomous oscillators with differing rhythms or frequencies, when situated in proximity where they can interact for long enough, influence each other mutually, to a degree dependent on coupling force. They then adjust until both oscillate with the same frequency. Examples include the mechanical entrainment or cyclic synchronization of two electric clothes dryers placed in close proximity, and the biological entrainment evident in the synchronized illumination of fireflies.

    Entrainment is a concept first identified by the Dutch physicist Christiaan Huygens in 1665 who discovered the phenomenon during an experiment with pendulum clocks: He set them each in motion and found that when he returned the next day, the sway of their pendulums had all synchronized.

    Such entrainment occurs because small amounts of energy are transferred between the two systems when they are out of phase in such a way as to produce negative feedback. As they assume a more stable phase relationship, the amount of energy gradually reduces to zero, with systems of greater frequency slowing down, and the other speeding up.

    The term ‘entrainment’ has been used to describe a shared tendency of many physical and biological systems to synchronize their periodicity and rhythm through interaction. This tendency has been identified as specifically pertinent to the study of sound and music generally, and acoustic rhythms specifically. The most familiar examples of neuromotor entrainment to acoustic stimuli is observable in spontaneous foot or finger tapping to the rhythmic beat of a song.

    Brainwaves, or neural oscillations, share the fundamental constituents with acoustic and optical waves, including frequency, amplitude and periodicity. Consequently, Huygens’ discovery precipitated inquiry into whether or not the synchronous electrical activity of cortical neural ensembles might not only alter in response to external acoustic or optical stimuli but also entrain or synchronize their frequency to that of a specific stimulus.

    Brainwave entrainment is a colloquialism for ‘neural entrainment’ which is a term used to denote the way in which the aggregate frequency of oscillations produced by the synchronous electrical activity in ensembles of cortical neurons can adjust to synchronize with the periodic vibration of an external stimuli, such as a sustained acoustic frequency perceived as pitch, a regularly repeating pattern of intermittent sounds, perceived as rhythm, or of a regularly rhythmically intermittent flashing light.”

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