Brain functioning through meditation
What is brain synchronisation...and how can it create a revolution in your life?
In the past articles I have explained how we move into a deep meditative state as we learn to alter the frequencies of our brain waves. As we slow the brain waves from beta to alpha to theta to delta using the techniques described, there is a corresponding increase in balance between the two hemispheres of the brain. This more balanced brain state is called brain synchrony, or brain synchronisation.
As we know, the right side of the brain is our intuitive, creative part, which takes its cue, for functioning from our intuitive abilities. This is the telepathic part, and is usually more developed in women, who are known to rely on what they call their gut-feeling, or inner knowing, which may be at odds with left side of the brain.
The left side of the brain is the reasoning, intellectual side, which weighs every possibility, to the last, in terms of analyses and calculations, to arrive at a particular conclusion. This side is usually more developed in men, who feel that this is the only way to function in this calculating world.More and more people are now tuning into both sides of the brain, to function as if in stereophonic fashion, to form a multidimensional awareness of every situation. This is what can be termed as 'whole brain functioning'. As our brain waves slow down from beta, to alpha, from alpha into theta and delta, both sides of the brain function in tandem, to produce the 'heart and brain' combination. We start thinking with our hearts, and feeling with our brains. This leads to an increase in inner happiness, and a sense of peace, therefore allowing us to tap into our genius like abilities.
We move to a point that we could call meta-awareness, a rare perspective that could come only when we stood on top of the mountain called decision making, seeing all sides of the valley stretched out below.
Whole- brain functioning is associated with increased creativity, insight, genius like learning and problem solving ability, photographic memory... and what some people call extra sensory perception, or vision!
This type of brain function has been associated with geniuses-the Einsteins, the Nobel prize winners, of the world. Quite frankly, I suspect this is the same type of higher brain function of, say, a Bill Gates, and other such creative, high-performance individuals.
As amazing as it may seem, we really do now have a method for tapping into this kind of whole brain, integrative, super-functioning, high-performance, creative thinking-a level of brain functioning that up until now has been reserved to one-tenth of one-percent of humankind.
This method, of moving into Deep Meditation will open up new vistas in all aspects and will tap into all the Creative powers that are lying dormant inside the human mind.
The mind- blowing question, literally becomes, are we ready to utilize these powers?