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Balance Your Brain using Sound

Balance Your Brain Using Sound with Hemi Sync Meditation

Hemi-Sync Training:  December 3 & 4, 2011
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Whether we can actually hear it or not, we are receiving audio sound patterns everyday.  Many of us enjoy the sounds of nature, music, and certain vocal tones.  What if the sounds you are listening to could give you access to both sides of your brain simultaneously?   Rather than being “right or left-brained” you could be using your whole brain.

Imagine living with your brain balanced and synchronized.  Since the brain is a central command center, it could mean improved immune function, stress reduction, expansion of your creative and intuitive abilities and more.   The good new is you can.  It’s called Hemi-Sync, short for Hemisphere Synchronization, which produces a “frequency following response” when listened to allowing a user to access both the creative side (right brain) and the analytic side (left brain) at the same time.

Hemi-Sync® helps you safely alter your brain waves with multi-layered patterns of sound frequencies. When you hear these through stereo headphones or speakers, your brain responds by producing a third sound (called a binaural beat) that encourages the desired brain wave activity.

After being accepted to the program based on past accomplishments in the field of consciousness study, Beth completed an extensive home study program and several on site courses at the Monroe Institute. Beth become an accredited Monroe Institute Outreach facilitator in October 2009 and has held over 17 workshops in the Calgary Area since then.

Excursion is an introductory program for anyone interested in the Hemi-Sync experience, but not ready or able to travel to The Monroe Institute located in Virginia.  The experience of what Monroe called a Focus Level in this first workshop is described as “Body Asleep, Mind Awake.”  In other words, your body is completely relaxed and your brain/mind is activated and fully aware.  Imagine that!

The workshop scheduled for December 3 & 4th in Calgary at Beth’s Residence.

Haley says, “The Excursion training is experiential.  I do give a brief history and explanation of the Monroe system and what the participants can expect.  Participants use their headphones to listen to the guided imagery and the sound patterns.  Together we explore their experiences in our discussions between sets.  The majority of the time is spent learning to identify what a whole brain state feels like.  We learn to relax and let the frequencies create right and left brain coherence for us.”

Researchers Elmer and Alyce Green and Dale Walters of the Menninger Foundation said, “Causing the brain to generate theta activity daily over a period of time seems to have enormous benefits, including boosting the immune system, enhancing creativity, and triggering feelings of well-being.  Using the externally provided sound frequencies or music seems to transcend the clients’ lack of motivation, disbelief in the effectiveness of Hemi-Sync and the inability to visualize creative solutions.”

Hemi-Sync technology has been used to achieve peak performance, pain management, palliative relief for cancer treatments and other diseases, relieve depression, calm and focus autistic children and adults, stimulate and unleash creativity for artists, writers and many others.  The applications are limitless.

Researchers in the 1970’s and 80’s discovered when mapping the brain waves of highly successful people, they tended to be able to reach whole brain states more easily than the average person.  Long-time meditators also seem to be able to reach and maintain a balanced brain, although not for extended periods of time.

Imagine having a tool that can train your brain to lift and expand your potentials – body, mind and emotions.  Sounds good to me.  How about you?

For more information on Excursions or Hemi-Sync trainings:

Contact Beth Haley 403-973-8124 beth@bethhaley.com  www.bethhaley.com/events

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