Benefits of Mind Machine

Benefits of Mind Machine are So Amazing, Many are Skeptical at First …

Mind Machine

When people hear of mind machines for the first time, they are naturally skeptical, but after seeing the scientific proof from universities, people start to believe.

And it is after using it just once, do they finally believe that “yes, there can be something so powerful and effective.”

     It is easy to get the results with mind machine because all you have to do is use the proven mind machine when you sit to study and when you go to sleep. Of course, you continue to work hard for maximum success.

Gives You Many Benefits …

Modern mind machines offer many benefits including:

  • Enter the “learning state” in 7 minutes
  • Wake up a little of the genius inside you (that you may not have discovered yet)
  • Maximize your memory power for exam success
  • Better focus and concentration
  • Get more marks and better exam results
  • More confidence in yourself
  • Overcome stress and study in relaxed way
  • Feel energetic and motivated
  • Study longer without getting tired, bored, and unmotivated
  • Get the maximum benefit from your hard work and coaching
  • Better studies with mind machine gives you confidence to achieve your goals
  • Write exams confidently and avoid silly mistakes which immediately puts you ahead of others
  • Get the benefits of meditation (such as change brainwaves, improve intelligence, etc.) without years of hard practice
  • Deeper sleep to wake up refreshed with energy
  • Increased creativity
  • Better problem solving
  • Peak performance
  • Better health because of stress management and more

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Times of India Reports on Growing Popularity of Mind Machines

Atul Sethi of TNN wrote an article in Times of India on mind machine.

Here is the complete article:

Should you try a mind machine?

by Atul Sethi, TNN Nov 7, 2010, 04.05am IST

Deborah Bennett is a college lecturer in the UK. For a decade, she has been religiously using a curious device to relax after the day’s work. It’s a small, hand-held unit, inset with stereo headphones and special glasses with light-emitting diodes. “The interplay of light and sound in the machine lulls my mind to a soothing state,” says Bennett.

“Its regular use has helped me become calm and confident and better equipped to handle tense situations.”

Bennett’s device — referred to as a ‘mind machine’ — has increasingly been used in the West and is now gaining popularity in India.

Udaipur-based Raj Bapna pioneered one of India’s first mind machines in 1993. He says they stimulate various parts of the brain. “Brain waves are of four types — Alpha, Beta, Theta and Delta. Beta stage is when brain activity is at its maximum. What mind machines do is take the brain from the Beta stage to the more relaxed Alpha, Theta and Delta levels,” says Bapna.

Most machines use a technique called hemispheric synchronization to achieve this level of relaxation. Developed by the US-based Monroe Institute, the technique uses synchronized sound waves known as bianural beats. Each ear hears these sounds differently, with slightly different frequencies, which leads to a change in brain perception.

Bapna’s machines use a similar technique called Dual Auto Peripheral Suggestion. He says different sounds are deliberately conveyed to each ear “to confuse the conscious mind. The moment it gives up trying to fathom these sound waves, the subconscious mind takes over and the person enters a state of relaxation.”

So why use a mind machine? Many people find that it’s easier to meditate with it. Vandana Upreti, who has used a mind machine for some years, says that the biggest advantage is that “it relieves the mind of thoughts in a shorter time than is possible normally.” This might be good news for those just starting to meditate, but not so much for people at an advanced level.

Newton Kondaveti, a Hyderabad-based doctor and hypnotherapist concurs. “These machines have their uses, although the best way to meditate still remains the natural way. Also, these shouldn’t be used by epileptics or those seeking psychiatric treatment.”

Manufacturers claim that mind machines also improve memory and increase concentration. Preliminary research indicates that external stimulus can increase the performance of the brain to some extent, but this is yet to be validated by extensive research.

Rudresh Vyas, who did a PhD on mind machines at Gujarat’s Sardar Patel University, conducted hour-long sessions on a group of students using a mind machine. On comparing this group’s performance with non-users, he found there was a positive effect of electromagnetic waves and rhythmic sound on learning.

However, he says that “better results can be achieved if other conventional methods such as reaffirmation are combined with the usage of mind machines.”

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Power of Hypnosis and Self-Hypnosis for Self-Improvement, Motivation and Success and How You Can Use It Easily

History of Using Hypnosis for Mind Programming

Hypnosis has been known as long as history has been recorded.

In one experiment, one person was asked to go to the platform in front of a class full of people. He was asked to give a speech. This person was not very good at speaking to groups. He looked nervous. He was able to speak something.

Then he was hypnotized. He was told “You will feel greatly embarrassed. You will be very nervous. You will look at the floor and not speak.” When he came out of hypnosis, he was asked to speak to the class. The person behaved exactly as he was programmed during hypnosis.

He was hypnotized again and told “You have noticed some of the best speakers in the country. You know that they are very good at public speaking. They are confident. You will now combine the best techniques from best of the speakers. You have now learnt all those techniques.” When the person came out of hypnosis, he was a totally new, a totally changed person. The people in the classroom were surprised that he spoke so confidently. He spoke very well.

Hypnosis is one effective way for mind programming

What is the problem with hypnosis? There are two problems. One is finding a competent hypnotist. And second, it may take many sessions to achieve effective mind programming.

Misunderstanding in General Public about Hypnosis

There seems to be a general misunderstanding about hypnosis. For example, some people misunderstand the magician’s work as hypnosis.

Hypnosis is now recognized in medicine. It is used by some medical doctors. But, because it take too much time and effort to hypnotize someone to achieve great benefits, hypnosis remains partly unknown.

What is Hypnosis

The state of hypnosis is essentially a state of mind when someone’s conscious mind or belief system is temporarily suspended. In that state of mind, you can give messages or commands to the person. Messages that are non-injurious or not against the person’s belief system are generally accepted by the person under hypnosis.

How do you feel when under hypnosis? You feel relaxed. You may feel light or heavy or normal. You retain your awareness. It may feel like relaxation/sleep with awareness.

It can be understood like the state you are just before you fall sleep.

Our Mind Machines Uses DAPS (Dual Auto Peripheral Suggestions)

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