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Enhance Creativity Thinking With Brain Entrainment

Enhance Creativity Thinking With Brain Entrainment

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Enhance Creativity Thinking With Brain Entrainment
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ENHANCE CREATIVITY THINKING WITH BRAIN ENTRAINMENT
This page will explain how creativity thinking can be enhanced to a level of unboundawareness through the process of brain entrainment, which you can experience withbinaural beats download.Our brain consciousness undergoes a perpetual change throughout our lifetimes, shiftingfrom one experience to the next in an unceasing cacophony of discordant waves. Pulsesof electrical signals create an ever increasing network of neurological connections, which
subsequently shape our experience of the world, and how we perceive reality. It’s been
estimated that the number of neurons in the brain is much greater than the number of starsin the universe! The acquisition of a new skill, for example, learning to play a musicalinstrument, strengthens the connections between the cells. Having become proficient atthis new skill through constant practice, the musician creates a new pathway throughwhich electromagnetic pluses can stream, so that the newly acquired skill becomesalmost second nature to them.There are two significant areas dedicated to the processing of new information; thesensory system, located at the back of the brain, and the frontal executive system (FES) atthe front. The sensory system deals with experience solely in the present moment, whilethe FES is responsible for decision making and planning. New circuits are created in theback of the brain by a person under stress or fatigue, bypassing the FES. In other words,only experiencing what is happening right now, without the foresight of the FES.In its ordinary waking/dreaming state, the electrical activity within the brain is consideredto be very basic, as there is very little coherence between the various aspects of mind andpersonality. This can be likened to an orchestra without a conductor. The practice of meditation, or the use of brain entrainment has been proven to develop the brainholistically, integrating the brain activity as a whole and harmonising its functions. Thisintegration of the previously bypassed frontal executive system results in a greater levelof awareness than the ordinary waking state, with a significant increase in stability,intelligence and creativity.Creativity thinking itself expands with a greater consciousness: according to film director
David Lynch, the subtler level of the mind is like an ‘ocean of consciousness’: you ca
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dive in to and ‘catch those fish’, in the form of creative thoughts and ideas.
Writer Terrence McKenna describes it perfectly here;
"We each must become like fisherman, and go out onto the dark ocean of mind, and let  your nets down into that sea, and what you're after is not some behemoth, that will tear through your nets, foul them, and drag them and your little boat into the abyss...nor arewe looking for a bunch of sardines that can slip through your net and disappear...ideaslike, "have you ever noticed that your little finger exactly fits your nostril?". What we are

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