Most of us grew into believing that our reality shapes us. But as science advances, we come to the understanding that, in the most part, we have the power to shape our reality.
Now you must know the difference between reality and the actual world. A reality is the personal world you shape and perceive from the actual world around you.
If you change your reality you actually change your own personal world. Knowing how our brain’s activity influences our perception of the world is the first step in this pursuit.
Your neural connections and brain chemicals might be responsible for your emotions and your perception of the world.
However, more studies point to the importance your brainwave frequency plays in your body’s biologic functions and the shape of your reality.
Even your ability to focus is controlled by your brainwave state. Your unique brainwave activity, with its rhythm and pattern, matches each of your activities.
The brain’s millions of neurological synapses operate on electrical impulses resulting in an overall frequency. This frequency or wavelength directly affects your consciousness.
If you have the ability to measure these waves, you can have the ability to control your own biology.
The basic brainwave states are associated with different mental states and each of these states impacts the shape of your reality in a different way.
The 5 Basic Brainwave States And Their Effect On Reality:
Alpha waves slow the cycle of your brainwave at 7 to 12 Hertz and help you relax. This state is often associated with imagination, visualization, peace, safety, and relieving stress.
When watching movies or television, this is your brain state. You can also access the deeper realm of consciousness with this state.
Beta waves enhance concentration, cognition, alertness, and focus.
Having a frequency of 13 to 40 Hertz, beta waves help you make quick connections, find ideas for your creative projects, and have the best state of mind when engaging in sports and other physical activities.
Theta is the best state to be when you want to meditate, increase your creativity, memory, intuition, and other extrasensory perception skills. This “shamanic” state of consciousness has a frequency of 4 to 7 Hertz.
Theta waves also increase your chances of becoming more receptive, having visions and flashes that are almost dreamlike, becoming inspired, and digging into your buried memories. This realm is considered elusive and mysterious because brain activity slows down to a point that almost induce you to sleep.
Being the slowest brain wave at 0 to 4 Hertz, Delta is the state of your mind when you’re in deep sleep.
Delta waves are crucial for your body’s restoration and healing. Delta is also the state where your unconscious mind operates.
Gamma is the newly discovered frequency and has a hyperspeed frequency that is above 40 Hertz. Because of this, not many discoveries have been associated with it.
So far, the Gamma waves are understood to be associated with high level information processing and bursts of higher order thinking and insight.
On a regular day, different parts of your brain are oscillating on different frequencies even if, at some point, most parts of the brain operate on one dominant frequency within.
To be operating on the same frequency, wherein the brain could work as one, is the ideal state to be because it can make you feel the most powerful.
Some people have been using methods for brain entrainment, like binaural beats to control and make the most of their brainwave frequencies.
Clearly, if you want to change your reality, you can do something about it by using these states in your favor.
Let’s say you want to shift from a stressful mental state to a relaxed one, you can try listening to the kind of frequency that supports the mental state you want to be in.
It’s simple and cheap because you can do it right from the comforts of your own home and all you need is knowing yourself.