Did you know that your mind is in its most impressionable state when you are fast asleep? It's true. It seems that the slower the brain wave state, the more easily information goes into long-term subconscious memory. Awake, most of us function above 14 Hz. This is the state where the left brain is active and where most information is processed at a fully conscious level. When you relax and slow your brain wave state to 8-13 Hz, you enter the state where the right brain is f ully receptive and accessible. You can access memory and creativity. Everything is right there at your fingertips (or more precisely, at the tips of your neurotransmitters). When the brain relaxes enough to slow down beneath the 8 Hz state, all the information received through the senses is recorded in the part of the brain where the unconscious resides. Scientists who have used this period of time to play recorded messages to sleeping volunteers have noted a strong imprinting of the recorded material. The important thing to remember is that these tapes work with frequency. The frequency of your brain. The frequency of sound. And when you are working with frequency some commonsense and caution is needed. When you begin utilizing night time learning remember to carefully screen the tapes you will be using while you are fully awake. We recommend students use tapes made by parents, or by themselves. So next time you wash your face, brush your teeth and don your pajamas, remember to include a learning tape of your choice: - Foreign languages - Good habits, positive resolutions - Math formulas - Science facts - Geography facts - History facts - Spelling rules - Vocabulary boosters - Spiritual/moral/character-building information It really works!
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