BrainWave Generator 2.0
It may seem
strange that a computer program can help you meditate
by altering your state of consciousness, but it's true.
it's not so strange. For thousands of years, people
have used drums, cymbals, and other instruments to induce
trances. This is just an improved version of the same
it works. The program makes two different sounds, one
for each ear. You listen to them through headphones.
When your brain combines the sounds, it hears beats
at an extremely low frequency. If you focus your attention
on these beats in a certain way (it's not hard, just
sort of relax into them), the frequency of your brainwaves
will gradually get into synch with the beats. This puts
you into a meditative state. (This really happens, it
can be measured with an EEG.)
several programs of this type on the market. One of
the best is BrainWave Generator 2.0 by Noromaa Solutions.
You can download it for free from the manufacturer's
site (see link below). After 30 days, if you keep using
it, you're supposed to pay for it.
The manufacturer of this program, Noromaa Solutions,
warns that you should not use it if you have had seizures,
suffer from epilepsy, wear a pacemaker, suffer from
cardiac arrhythmia or other heart disorders, or take
tranquilizers, stimulants, or other psychoactive drugs.
Download BrainWave Generator 2.0.
The download is free. If you keep using the program
after 30 days, the manufacturer asks you to pay for
RELATED PAGES ON THIS SITE
Our main reference page on software and
machines that help induce meditational states. Contains
an overview, links, and book recommendations.
This page was published on December
29, 1999 and last revised May 8, 2000.