Binaural Beats and Lucid Dreams
What are binaural beats?
In short binaural beats are a type of sound therapy is an emerging form of sound waves. Normally when you hear two tones, one in each ear, that are kind of different in frequency, your brain processes a beat at the difference of the frequencies – called a binaural beat.
Binaural beats are claimed to induce the same mental state associated with a meditation practice, but much more quickly.
Binaural beats for lucid dreaming?
Who would turn down a chance to be superman for the night? It turns out that many lucid dreamers use binaural beats to help them control their dream settings for a long time.
Lucid dreaming is your chance to alter your dream settings with the extraordinary abilities buried in unused parts of your brain. Typically, when we dream, we do not know that the dream is not real as we just go along as the protagonist in the story.
Though many have mastered the art of lucid dreaming by being fully aware of the fact they are actually dreaming. How to they do this?
Since their are dozens of different ways to lucid dream it seems of one of the easiest methods to induce lucid dreaming is using binaural beats. These unusual frequencies that are played while you sleep are known tap into the gray area that is normally dormant.
Why use binaural beats to lucid dream?
- anxiety and stress
- depression or low moods
- sleep deprivation
- sleep disorders, like narcolepsy
- post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
- substance or drug abuse
- increase motor skills