Past Life Regression – Explore Your Previous Lives With Brainwave Entrainment
The idea of reincarnation is a very old one, found in cultures around the world. Today many people are sure that they have lived before, and wish to know more about their past lives. As well as simple entertainment value, such knowledge can be of practical use too; you could gain more insight into your own current life, and having access to the memories of previous incarnations means having a vast storehouse of wisdom at your disposal.
How To Access Memories From Past Lives
Traditionally, people have used past life regression therapy in order to explore previous lives. This is a pretty involved process, with the need for a suitable therapist, and often a lot of time and money. Over the course of the therapy, memories might begin to emerge. However, past life therapy isn’t the best choice for everyone; depending on where you live it can be hard to find a therapist, and it could be too expensive, or too inconvenient in term of the amount of time required.
Fortunately, past life regression therapy isn’t the only course of action you can take. One much more convenient and economical alternative that you can try in order to access past life memories at home is brainwave entrainment recordings.
What Is Brainwave Entrainment?
Brainwave entrainment involves exposing the brain to stimuli – such as sound or light pulses – of specific frequencies, in order to cause it to produce brainwaves of similar frequencies. This is known as the frequency following response. It is useful because different states of consciousness are associated with brainwaves of certain frequencies. For example, a state of deep trance meditation is linked with the production of brain waves in the theta band. By listening to a recording that contains sounds designed to trigger these frequencies, it is often easier to enter a theta state without learning to meditate or spending years practicing mind control techniques.
Brainwave Entrainment And Past Life Regression
So, how can this help with recovering information about past lives? In order to successfully recover memories from the subconscious, you first need to access them, then you need to bring them to your conscious attention. In terms of brain frequencies, the theta brainwave band (4 -8 Hz) is associated with greater access to the subconscious mind. It is this range that predominates when you’re engaged in deep meditation or self-hypnosis, for example. So to give yourself the best chance of getting in touch with buried memories, you need a recording that helps you to reach the theta state.
However, you also need to secure the insights and memories that you recover – to bring them to full conscious recall. The alpha range (8 -12 Hz) is linked with a more alert state than theta, but is still very relaxed. In the alpha state you will be alert enough to process the memories and commit them to your conscious memory. So the brain synchronization recording you use should also take you into the alpha range. With practice you can learn to move proficiently from alpha to theta and back again, maximizing your chances of both uncovering and retaining your previously hidden memories.
While people can learn to access the alpha and theta states at will, using meditation, this typically takes a lot of time and effort. Brainwave recordings basically give you a shortcut to states that would normally take years of practice to master (though some practice will still be needed in most cases, as results may not be instant).
Which Brainwave Synchronisation Methods Are Best – Binaural, Monaural or Isochronic?
There are three commonly used sound-based brainwave entrainment technologies – binaural beats, monaural beats and isochronic tones. These work a bit differently, but produce generally similar results (read more about how binaurals, monaurals and isochronics work here). Many people have found that isochronic tones are the most effective method, as a result of the way the tones are widely spaced apart, making it easier for the brain to match them. Ideally it’s a good idea to experiment with all three types and see what works best for you, but if you only try one type of brainwave synchronization for past life regression, I recommend isochronic tones.
It’s important to use a good quality recording. I personally really like the meditation recordings from The Meditation Club (they also do a track specifically for past life regression, although I haven’t tried that so can’t really comment on it). However, all products on this site are guaranteed for eight weeks, so you can try them out with no worries. Remember that you must practice regularly to get the most from brainwave entrainment; although some people get instant results (and you may too), it doesn’t always happen that way, so some commitment is required.