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John Knight is a 24-year-old, drumming- and climbing-obsessed maniac from the world's most isolated city—Perth, Western Australia. He can usually be found either buried in an Audacity screen or thrashing a kick-drum beyond recognition.

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John Knight is the New Projects columnist for Linux Journal.

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Get a legal high with brainwave entrainment

Marcox's picture

Yes you can have a legal high with brainwave entrainment. Try to get the gamma brwainwaves here

Binaural beats can be used for self improvement

Anonymous's picture

Exposure to binaural beats in an environment of restricted stimulation coupled with a guidance process can safely provide access to and experiences in many propitious states of consciousness.

This method requires a unique combination of well-understood psycho-physiological inductive techniques with the addition of a refined binaural-beat technology.

Binaural beats provide potential consciousness-altering information to the brain's reticular activating system. The reticular activating system in turn interprets and reacts to this information by stimulating the thalamus and cortex -
thereby altering arousal states, attentional focus, and the level of awareness, i.e., the elements of consciousness itself.

This effective binaural-beat process offers a wide variety of beneficial applications and vehicle for the exploration
of expanded states of consciousness.

Jeff Galfione
binaural beats

Brainwave entrainment not always work for all people

Anonymous's picture

Excellent post. However not all people seem to react in the same way to brain entrain.

If you want to know if brainwave entrainment works for you , give a try here:

http://www.mentallion.com

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