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Windzal

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On where is the best way to keep your concentration when listening to binaural beats (or any other)? Does binaural beats give the same effect on brain when concentrated on other thing than sound? When I am listening, do I need to concentrate on sound or just let whatever happens happen? What is theoretical difference? Also, does it give me the same effect when I'm sleeping? Thanks.

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Re: Where to keep your concentration when listening to binaural beats?
« Reply #1 on: August 02, 2014, 09:26:34 pm »
It is better to stay awake, but if you force yourself to stay awake the drowsiness can hit harder and last longer. It is better to watch yourself fall asleep from the observer perspective. Witnessing is a popular concept associated with mindfulness, and in contrast with the reactive mind.

And if watching your mind doesn't keep you busy enough, put some awareness on your breath. Then add awareness of your contact with the ground or chair or bed. Then if you need more, the alignment of your spine - which you may find flexes with every breath just slightly.

 





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