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Your BrainEv Journey - MAIN BOARD / Re-using BrainEv
« Last post by Marg on March 10, 2016, 07:44:17 am »
Hello There

I used the BrainEv programme in2014 but after the 6 months I didn't go back to it.

I have just completed the 12 months of Zen12 and was wondering where to go from here.

I thought that I would like to do the BrainEv again and wondered if you recommend me starting it from scratch or just doing a week of each disc?


Thank you in advance
Kind regards
Marg
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Getting Started Questions / Re: Meditating after luch
« Last post by dwarak17 on March 04, 2016, 05:54:47 am »
Yes, once you get going you can practice in all conditions.
The meal advice is usually for beginners who can't stand being overwhelmed with the tired feeling after we eat a lot. It's also useful advice if you're trying to do some advanced meditation that requires a flawlessly sharp quality of attention (like some of the concentration meditation techniques). Oracle dba Training in Chennai | Python Training in chennai
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Individual Level Questions / Re: Skin/Muscles twitching during session
« Last post by Infinite on March 04, 2016, 02:14:55 am »
One theory is that the mind/body is working on removing a "blockage" of "stuck" energy.  Ie. you had some negative thoughts/feelings that you couldn't handle/process so you "stored" that energy in a particular place, now you are working it out and releasing it.
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I concur with Inedible.  In my experience, the effect of every level continued to shift as time went on. 
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Getting Started Questions / Re: Visualizing in conjunction with BE
« Last post by Infinite on March 04, 2016, 02:09:50 am »
I think with BrainEv, it is best to let the mind do as it will based on the stimulus, not try to force it in a given direction.

Best Regards,
Infinite
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Advanced BrainEv Users - NEW / Re: Neurophone
« Last post by Jochen on February 24, 2016, 10:26:12 am »
I have started Level 1 using the Neurophone. I am using brain ev into the Neurophone and out to the transducers to the head. also playing the sound thru headphones. this is a common setup when using a Neurophone. I have done three days so far. I can say all three days I have gone very deep. My goal is to see where it can take me. so far I have has conscious dreaming and a bit of astral travel. I am experienced with both brain ev and Neurophone by themselves. I would not recommend this for a beginner. this is a day by day experiment but I would like to revisit all six levels this way. please feel free to ask me questions if you have any. I will post any new findings.

Keen to see what your experience is in the meantime with this combination. Was thinking about doing this as well with the NF3, but they do clearly mention that the Neurophone should not be combined with binaural beats.
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Getting Started Questions / Re: Visualizing in conjunction with BE
« Last post by Rahim17 on February 24, 2016, 09:52:52 am »
1. Do I need to visualize my data inline, offline, or both?
2. Can my visualization tool(s) handle my data?
3. Does my visualization tool(s) offer the features I need?
4. Can I tailor my visualization to my application???s needs?
5. Do I need to visualize measurement data synchronized with data from other sources?
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Getting Started Questions / Re: Visualizing in conjunction with BE
« Last post by Inedible on February 19, 2016, 12:49:15 am »
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Both of them are each 99 cents. They both run an hour. You can use BrainEv along with short term entrainment programs.

I think it would be better to keep things simple when you combine things with BrainEv. Watching your breath or some other mindfulness technique would be ideal. Repeating a mantra is good - or maybe an affirmation about receiving money. I was just participating in a class where the main focus was on realizing money as abundant as air.

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Getting Started Questions / Visualizing in conjunction with BE
« Last post by Jenkins on February 18, 2016, 07:40:51 am »
I'm fairly new to brainwave entrainment.  I originally started going in this direction through some visualization exercises in a wealth-building program by a fairly well-known hypnosis/NLP practitioner.  This person asks students to listen to an isochronic alpha tone while visualizing relevant metaphors (e.g., a relaxation room, a meditation chamber, and a "strategy room"). 

My questions are these:

1.  Could one envision those metaphors while doing BrainEv (and if so, are there particular levels where it would make sense)?  I see that Level VII, in particular, contemplates the possibility of the user focusing on a problem or situation.

2.  Could one envision things they want to bring into their life (e.g., if applicable, objects or life circumstances)?  Again, here, I'd be curious whether doing it would be productive or counterproductive on certain levels of the BrainEv system.
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Individual Level Questions / Re: Skin/Muscles twitching during session
« Last post by Inedible on February 15, 2016, 02:15:17 am »
There are all sorts of unusual side effects that can happen with meditation. If you hadn't been meditating I would say that it sounds like a stress response. In meditation it sounds more like a response to gradually releasing a level of tension and having a slipping back attempt to hold on to it. It is not a choice; it is instinctive to resist change. Your body has to be trained as much as your mind in meditation. That's why it is often combined with physical exercises as in Yoga, Tai Chi, and Chi Kung. Tibetan Buddhism also has its own sets of physical exercises. Going out for regular walks - 20 to 30 minutes, 3 to 5 times per week - is a more western approach.
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