The concept of the chakra (or cakra) appears to originate from the Vedas. According to these beliefs, it is an energy center in the etheric body. There are many different chakra systems, but the most popular is composed of 7 primary chakras. It is traditionally believed that the chakras represent systems that interact with the body’s biological processes.
The crown chakra, or Sahasrara is the seventh chakra, and is translated into thousand petals. It is located at the top of the head. The prominent lesson and primary challenges are to release your psychological attachments. The seventh primary energy center is believed to be a receiver and transmitter for energy and consciousness.
This is an improved, remastered, and extended version of a previous crown chakra meditation video.
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An attempt to simplify for the sake of brevity: Neural entrainment is the theory that our brains have a tendency to synchronize themselves to external stimulation, which could include auditory, visual, tactile, or electromagnetic stimuli. The average human brain contains approximately 80+ billion neurons that communicate with each other to form our thoughts, emotions, and behavior. When our neurons communicate in mass, it produces a synchronized electrical pulse known as a brainwave. With the use of neural entrainment, our brainwaves can align with these auditory stimuli, and as a result, we can stimulate our neurons and brains in ways that could positively affect our psychology and physiology. This video induces a combination of Delta and Theta waves.
— Delta waves are the slowest of all and are defined as having a frequency range between 0-4 Hz. We experience these waves naturally when we are in the deepest of sleep or meditative states. These brainwaves send signals throughout the body to stimulate regeneration and healthy neurochemistry and as a result, are vital in the maintenance of health and psychological well-being.
— Theta waves are faster than Delta waves, and range between 4 – 8 Hz. We experience these waves when sleeping or during deep meditation. These waves are the “twilight” state normally experienced between waking and falling asleep. They are commonly experienced in the NREM sleep stage. They are beneficial for meditation, learning, memory, sub-conscious organization, intuitive thinking, and trance states. It induces a feeling of a “dream-like” state. These waves are important for memory consolidation, the maintenance of health, and psychological well-being. When used properly, Theta waves can offer a sense of interface with parts of the mind which are responsible for subconscious reprogramming. The ideation that takes place during this state by-passes natural brain filters. Individuals may experience a flow state when their brains are producing or synchronized to these waves.
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