This Changed My Way of Thinking

Dear Health Conscious Reader,

Today I want to tell you about a great stress and anxiety reliever that doesn’t involve prescription drugs. All you have to do is put on a pair of headphones.

This new technology triggers the low-frequency brain waves you experience during sleep and deep relaxation.

I’ve used this technique before and recently patients have been asking about it. I’ve arranged for you to have a free trial. It’s reliable and fun. And there’s science behind it.

It utilizes the connection between the “speed” of your thoughts and how you feel at any given moment. When you slow down your brain waves, you feel calm, relaxed and worry free.

Your brain is constantly sending out electrical impulses through its network of neurons and synapses. These electrical impulses can be measured by a device called an electroencephalograph (EEG) and seen on a monitor as brain wave patterns.

The speed of the electrical impulses moving through your brain cells is called frequency, and is measured in hertz or cycles per second. The frequency of your brain waves determines your state of mind and how you react to the situation around you.

It can mean the difference between feeling stressed, alone and separate from your environment or feeling calm and centered.

During your day-to-day activities, your brain waves are in the beta range (14 to 32 Hz). But at the high end of this scale, you start to feel stress, pain and anxiety. When you’re relaxed and focused you move into the alpha range (7 to 14 Hz).

As you fall asleep, your brain waves slow down and enter the theta range (3.5 to 7 Hz). When you’re awake, theta ranges are places of deep meditation and spiritual insight. Slowing down even further takes you into the deepest, delta range (0.1 to 3.5 Hz). Most people cannot stay awake during this state. It’s usually associated with dreamless sleep.

It’s possible to alter the frequency of your brain waves. Meditation is one way… or you can use this new technology and simply put on a pair of headphones. My friend Bill Harris invented and developed the system. It’s called Holosync Audio Technology.

By meditating and focusing your mind, you can slow down your brain waves to bring about a sense of peace and well being.

Start by sitting comfortably. Rest the fingers of your left hand on top of the fingers of your right hand and bring your thumbs together. It almost feels as if you’re holding a small bowl. This is one of the classic “mudras” or hand positions for meditation.

Sit with your spine upright and slightly tuck in your chin. Think about the place at the base of your skull and imagine you’re lifting upwards. This allows your top seven vertebrae to straighten. Then simply count each inhalation and exhalation and let your awareness settle on the movement of your breath. Inhale and count “one.” Exhale and count “two.” But don’t count out loud, just to yourself.

Try this for 10 to 15 minutes. You’ll be surprised at how difficult it is at first. Your mind will race and thoughts and feelings will flood your mind. But don’t hold on to them. Just let them go.

Back in the old days, this form of meditation (along with yoga, tai chi, etc.) were the only tools people had to slow their brain waves and feel a sense of calm and joy. But today, Holosync gives you a kind of short cut.

HoloSync uses a technology called “binaural beats” to create a specific frequency that harmonizes both hemispheres of your brain. Binaural beats are pulses of a certain frequency that happen simultaneously – one on the left side and one on the right. You listen to it with headphones and over time it actually slows down your brain waves!

Your ears hear a very soft and relaxing music. But underneath, there is a “carrier frequency” that helps your brain creates slower, deeper brain waves.

I’ve used Holosync for over a year now… and I get a good result every time. Now I rarely feel upset or stressed out. And I’m more productive, too.

You can try Holosync for FREE. I spoke to Bill on the phone the other day and was telling him about you. He said he’ll send you a free Holosync CD. He’ll even pay for shipping.

Click here and give Bill your address. He’ll put your free CD in the mail right away.

To Your Good Health,

Al Sears, MD