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>From: "David Bivins" <dbivins@...>That's what I'm referring to, Silva was an early poineer. There are others,
>Subject: RE: [motm] more with less
>Date: Fri, 21 Apr 2000 18:56:06 -0600
> > Human brainwaves are in Theta (most relaxed) at 6.7 Hz. Frequencies at
> > close to there cause an effect of the brain trying to sync-up with them
> > making you very relaxed. There are some tapes and machines designed to
> > binaurally beat at these frequencies just for this purpose.
>I've done this with a tape--I think it was called the Silva method (years
>ago, not sure). It worked wonderfully for deep relaxation.
>There are tutorials in Cool Edit (shareware PC audio program available from
>http://www.syntrillium.com) that guide you through various "brainwave
>exercises; the program has rudimentary synthesis capabilities, so you can
>construct an entire session of various waves. It's lots of fun! (must
>develop equivalent MOTM patches to put the crowd to sleep at my next