What Is Isochronic Meditation?

Have you ever heard of Isochronic meditation before?

If you haven’t, don’t worry. This type of meditation is actually quite new to me too. In this article, though, I will present you with some basic information detailing what Isochronic meditation is all about so you can decide if it might be a good fit for your relaxation and peace-of-mind needs.

In a nut shell, Isochronic meditation is a form of meditation which relies on sound assistance.

If you’ve ever heard the phrase “brain entrainment” before, then you know that the human brain imitates what is happening externally. Therefore, when we listen to Isochronic tones, which have been tuned into a theta frequency (between 4 and 8 cycles per second), our brain begins to replicate that same frequency.

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The theta waves produced by the Isochronic tones are responsible for getting you into a deep meditative state of mind. Once you are in this state, you will be able to learn more about yourself and you will begin to feel more creative too. A meditative state of mind also has the ability to heal you and to rid your body of stress and anxiety. Listening to Isochronic tones can also serve as a boost to your intuitive abilities, enhance your memory, and permit you to have lucid dreams.

When you practice Isochronic meditation and are tuned into theta waves, not only are you de-stressing your body, you’re also working to increase your level of consciousness. Try practicing Isochronic meditation today and see what improvements it can bring to your life!

Meditation in general has been proven to induce physiological, psychological, and spiritual benefits. Some of which include the following:

  • Anxiety and stress reduction
  • Increased energy
  • More successful weight loss results
  • Enhanced serotonin levels
  • Heightened creativity and concentration
  • Improved learning ability
  • Assistance with peace of mind
  • Development of compassion
  • Discovery of your life’s purpose
  • Creation of a greater capacity for love
  • Ability to forgive
  • Inner peace and self-assurance

…Who wouldn’t want those things to happen in their life? Seriously, just try Isochronic meditation, or any other form of meditation for that matter, once and see what it does for your body and overall sense of well-being.

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Rachel, the owner of Your Best Meditation.com, is a traveler, marketer, and lover of adventure. She started meditating a few years ago, while living in Brazil, and has REALLY enjoyed the benefits of meditation since then. With regular meditation, Rachel reports feeling more calm, at peace, relaxed… and having a greater sense of “knowing”. That being said, she doesn’t always remember to meditate… … and is working on practicing more often. She finds that guided meditations help a lot, though. It can be really difficult to get still yourself, so having someone point you in the direction you want to take is priceless. When not meditating, Rachel has several other passions. Her interests range from reading, traveling, belly dancing, psychology, yoga, Toastmasters, and everything in between.

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