Expanding Consciousness, Mental Clarity

Arden recommends:

"Having a flexible mind, that can easily change and move into different brainwave states, is associated with these themes. This listening program supports such movement.

This is another one of the Brain Tape's primary focuses (see also: Concentration, Mental Focus). Play Inner Harmony after every 3rd or 4th repetition of the Brain Tape to help integrate the movement made by it. Include For Stress together with Inner Harmony if a high level of mental stress is present."

Suggested Use: For best results use both titles indicated over a period of time and repeat this program as often as desired. Each music supports the movement created by the other. You can either listen to one music each day or both titles in the same day.

Listening Program for Expanding Consciousness, Mental Clarity

Brain Tape

Title - Brain Tape
Promotes hemispheric balance and a flexible thought process.

Use to accompany specific exercises for improving any aspect of mental function; before meditation; before treatment session; as background music; or as desired.
Learn more: Brain Tape

Inner Harmony

Title - Inner Harmony
Helps discharge excess emotional energy, which can be a contributing factor to lack of mental clarity and expansion of consciousness.

If you experience a 'foggy' mind, loss of short-term memory, or confusion and/or symptoms are severe, listen once a day with Brain Tape.
Learn more about Inner Harmony

Voyage to Freedom, Track 3

Title - For Stress
(Voyage to Freedom, Track 3)

Helps alleviate short or long term stress

Use in situations of long-term stress, whether or not there are specific symptoms
Learn more: For Stress

Enhance Your Listening Experience...

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Achieving Results
Our music requires regular listening to achieve results. In most cases, we suggest a minimum period of 1-2 months, one CD per day until you are familiar with the music's effects, or more frequently if desired. Benefits are achieved whether listening on headphones or as background music - the only difference is the length of time it takes to achieve results.

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Common Listening Reactions
As tensions within your system begin to' move in response to listening, initially you may experience temporary discomfort. You may also experience reactions such as tingling, heat or increased tension, an emotional release, sensations of boredom or a complete rejection of the music altogether. You might perceive these reactions as 'negative' but they usually pass quickly. If this happens to you, we advise listening for shorter periods of time and at a lower volume, starting from the beginning of the CD each time. By continuing to listen, your body quickly becomes accustomed to the movement and these reactions then pass.

Choosing Your Headphones:
Good quality noise-cancelling headphones are recommended because they:

  • reduce external noise, thus reducing your listening volume
  • enhance benefits of the psychoacoustic effects in the recordings
  • protect your hearing - very important!

Caution: 'Earbud' headphones increase distortion, offer a more limited frequency range and encourage listening at higher volumes because of ambient noise 'leakage'. Prolonged exposure to loud volume can cause stress-related tension & potential long-term hearing loss

Using Media Players:
If you want to 'rip' your CD to load the tracks onto your media player, we recommend copying the files in .wav format. Whilst .mp3 is a commonly used format for ripping music files, the resulting compression reduces the range of frequencies contained within the original recording and reduces the quality of the file you end up listening to. You may not notice the difference but your body will!

Popular Listening Programs for Mental Themes/Symptoms

Alphawave production Memory Improvement,
regression
Dream work (recall and enhancement) Expanding consciousness,
mental clarity
Balancing right and left hemispheres Learning: children 1-4 years Learning: 4-7 years Learning 7-12 years
Concentration, mental focus Learning: adolescents Learning: adults