This method is like a comprehensive brain cleanse. It incorporates three powerful healing techniques into one.
Qi (pronounced chee), when translated, literally means air and figuratively means material energy, energy flow or life force.
Qi is actually the central principle in both Chinese traditional medicine and martial arts.
When one practices the habit of cultivating and balancing one's Qi, it is called Qigong.
Qigong (pronounced chee-gung), is both the study and practice of cultivating one's Qi through various methods like breathing techniques, posture, meditation and guided imagery.
No one wants a cluttered and disorderly mind that is eternally concerned with multi tasking, worries and activities that stress it out. This will result in disharmony within the self and will be the potential cause of further damage in the future.
Qigong produces the cultivation of a quiet mind.
This puts into focus the importance of Qi for everybody because Qi energy encompasses both material and immaterial aspects of energy.
This brain reset method utilizes the healing Qi energy as though you’d had an in-person session.
Cymatics is the science of visualizing audio frequencies and is a subset of modal vibrational phenomena. It was pioneered by Hans Jenny, a Swiss believer of the anthroposophy philosophical school.
What happens is that, the surface of a plate, membrane or diaphragm is vibrated and elements on these surfaces are displaced visibly in a thin coating of particles.
Different patterns emerge depending on the geometric design of the surface and the driving frequency.
Cymatics has been used for healing and also for art and music.
Brain entrainment is largely credited to Heinrich Wilhelm Dove, a Prussian meteorologist, in 1839. Also called Binaural Beats, it is a method that helps in certain disorders and ailments through the hearing of two tones, one in each ear, that are slightly different in frequency. Then, your brain processes a beat that is the difference of the frequencies.
Binaural means relating to both ears. You play a tone with different frequencies in each ear. Example, 200 Hz (hertz) in one and 210 Hz in the other.
They both travel individually to your inferior colliculus, which is the part of your brain that collects auditory input. The tones are then merged together into a new frequency.