Becoming Supernatural by Dr. Joe Dispenza

Becoming Supernatural by Dr. Joe Dispenza

Author:Dr. Joe Dispenza
Language: eng
Format: epub
Publisher: Hay House
Published: 2017-10-12T04:00:00+00:00

Look at each of the thin vertical blue lines on the strip charts in Graphics 3A, 3B, and 3C and follow them down to the bottom. You’ll see how they represent one-second intervals. Each of the 19 horizontal wavy lines is related to different compartments of the brain being measured—the front, both sides, the top, and the back of the brain. If you count the number of cycles (from the top of one wave to the top of the next wave) between the two blue vertical lines, you will know the brain waves in each individual area of the brain. That’s how we determine beta, alpha, theta, delta, or gamma brain waves. If you need to review the different frequencies of brain waves, review Figure 2.7.

When you go from a narrow focus to an open focus and you take your attention off matter (some thing) and place your attention on space or energy (no thing), your brain waves change from beta to alpha or to theta. Graphic 3A shows a normal thinking busy brain in beta brain waves. Graphic 3B shows a person who is in coherent global alpha brain waves. Notice how beautifully synchronized each part of the brain is when this person opens their focus. The blue arrow pointing to the peaks shows how the entire brain is coherent in 12-cycles-per-second alpha brain waves. Graphic 3C demonstrates a person in coherent theta brain waves. Once again, the blue arrow pointing to the top of the peaks demonstrates that the entire brain is synchronized in about 7 cycles per second, which is the theta range for brain waves.


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