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kaybee2
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Binaural Beats part IV
PostPosted: Thu 06 Sep, 2007  Reply with quote

Part I can be found Here
Part II can be found Here
Part III can be found Here


Okay, I'm a total and complete newbie when it comes to Bwgen. I don't know much about it, other than the fact that it uses binaural beats to induce lucid dreaming and other (in lack of a better word)...brain experiences. I'm not sure how I feel about it. I mean, part of me's excited about trying it, because it sounds interesting.... But another part of me's a little worried, too, because I'm not sure if I want something to mess with the way my brain works. It seems a little weird. Also, I've got a little bit of a phobia of HH and SP, and I don't want to use anything that would induce that.

Also, I'm not all sure what it does. I don't know what all these "states" your brain goes into are, like Theta and Beta or whatever. I also have no clue about all these weird frequencies you guys are talking about...what's a hz? I'd really appreciate it if someone could help clear this up a little.

Sorry, I know this was a really newbie-ish post, but I'm curious!


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PostPosted: Thu 06 Sep, 2007  Reply with quote

lol, awr it's ok dude! We were all newbies at one point or another. basically a Hz is the symbol for the word Hertz, this is the unit of measurement of a frequency. A frequency is a designated term to describe anything that has a number of events in a short space of time. or 'How frequent' this event is. such as a vibration, a vibration is an event that, when combined with many vibrations, it becomes frequent, and this is defined as the frequency when measured. The sound you hear when you listen to BWGen are a series of vibrations being sent out at a specific rate, or frequency. Your mind's brainwaves operate on a certain frequency depending on what state of mind or mood you are in, these brainwaves can be altered by listening to BWGen - this is because your mind's brainwaves are drawn to the frequency you are currently listening to.

I hope i have helped!


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BrainWave Generator Help
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Could anyone please supply me with a link to a Brain Wave Generator?


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PostPosted: Thu 13 Sep, 2007  Reply with quote

yer i got one for.

Buy it its less then 30 bucks. you can download NP2 for free but cant make your own. buy np2 its cheap as well. nd worth it.



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PostPosted: Thu 13 Sep, 2007  Reply with quote

TimeLess wrote:
you can download NP2 for free but cant make your own. buy np2 its cheap as well. nd worth it.


What is NP2?
ND?

I couldn't really understand your post, sorry.


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PostPosted: Sat 15 Sep, 2007  Reply with quote

Vanguard wrote:
lol, awr it's ok dude! We were all newbies at one point or another. basically a Hz is the symbol for the word Hertz, this is the unit of measurement of a frequency. A frequency is a designated term to describe anything that has a number of events in a short space of time. or 'How frequent' this event is. such as a vibration, a vibration is an event that, when combined with many vibrations, it becomes frequent, and this is defined as the frequency when measured. The sound you hear when you listen to BWGen are a series of vibrations being sent out at a specific rate, or frequency. Your mind's brainwaves operate on a certain frequency depending on what state of mind or mood you are in, these brainwaves can be altered by listening to BWGen - this is because your mind's brainwaves are drawn to the frequency you are currently listening to.

I hope i have helped!


Thanks! But what exactly does it do? Does anyone have any personal experiences with any of the files? I want to hear from others about it before I try it myself.


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PostPosted: Mon 17 Sep, 2007  Reply with quote

Bones wrote:
TimeLess wrote:
you can download NP2 for free but cant make your own. buy np2 its cheap as well. nd worth it.


What is NP2?
ND?

I couldn't really understand your post, sorry.

neuroprogrammer 2 a bineural beat programm


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BWGENS- I've tried them all
PostPosted: Thu 04 Oct, 2007  Reply with quote

I certainly don't want to rain on anyone's parade here, but I have tried every preset on the Brain wave generator, and to me they all do the exact same thing, and that is to make me relaxed, drowsy or put me to sleep.
That's all they do that. The inventors of the presets whether they're built in or not, are designed by exaggerators and praised by easily swayed suckers.
There is no such thing as a BWGEN preset that can induce a lucid dream or an OBE.
The makers of these presets are mostly liars.


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PostPosted: Thu 04 Oct, 2007  Reply with quote

Maybe they don't work for everyone. Not everything has the same effect for everyone, after all.

Personally, BWGen doesn't do much good for me. I'm always extremely tired and lethargic for like 25 hours after listening to a preset... But if people are having success with it, why not let them use it?

Simple creative destruction concept. If it didn't work, then no one would endorse it, and so it would eventually destroy itself.


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PostPosted: Mon 15 Oct, 2007  Reply with quote

Does anyone have advice on setting an audible pitch when you do a preset?

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binaural beats
PostPosted: Sun 04 Nov, 2007  Reply with quote

i heard that listening to binaural beats is a great way of inducing LD's. Does any1 have any links that will give me free binaural beats. plz help me out!

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BWgens
PostPosted: Sun 16 Dec, 2007  Reply with quote

<mod>moved from quest forum moogle </mod>
anybody use brain wave generators to help LD s or Meditation?


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PostPosted: Sun 16 Dec, 2007  Reply with quote

I've used it to meditate, worked great smile It's definitely worth a try.

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PostPosted: Sun 16 Dec, 2007  Reply with quote

cool me too


how do you think it could help in an LD or for DR?


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Tseng
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PostPosted: Sun 16 Dec, 2007  Reply with quote

I'll tell you when I get an LD tounge2

Seriously, this forum has a few discussions on BWGen already. For a general question like this, I'd recommend you look around for them. I think one of the stickies might have it, actually


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