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Flow State Training Program

por Alisa Princy (2019-10-22)

During certain aspects of Flow State Training Program Review your meditation routine you will need to play meditation music that helps alter your brainwaves and allows you to slip into a deep relaxing state. The type of meditation music preferred varies among students and teachers of meditation. The only underlying theme is that the meditation music has certain beats per minute to help change your perception. At one point in time music from the Baroque era was considered the perfect meditation music, but if you do not like the music you are listening to while trying to achieve that perfect state of consciousness you will only hinder getting into your meditative state instead of enhance it. What does this mean for you then? It means that you are going to have to try meditating to a wide variety of music in order to find the mediation music that works for you. Like writers who find inspiration in the music they listen to, the same can be achieved by the meditation student. Mediation music is not limited to what others feel is the perfect piece to achieve your goal. Many people who meditate to music enjoy listening to Jazz, Gregorian chanting, nature sounds, guitar pieces, Indian sitar music, and even good old fashioned rock and roll. We are all individuals with tastes that range from one end of the long musical spectrum to the other. Because we all find certain music to be more appealing to us than others, it is imperative that we find that perfect combination of meditation music for our studies. Meditation music should have one element within it no matter what genre you prefer and this element is called 'binaural beats'. Binaural beats are musical beats that cycle through the song that are the same note throughout but are slightly off or out of tune with the rest of the composition. These beats are what you train your mind to listen for and the better you become at doing this, the easier it will be to follow the beats and let your mind slip into a meditative state.