Deep Sleep with Terry Elston
Sleeping soundly is a prerequisite for any person’s brain and body to function at least normally. There are different brain patterns that your whole nervous system likes to enjoy to get you into various energetic modes for thinking, healing and working with.
We have all heard of Beta, Alpha, Theta and Delta waves. Theta and Delta are what is required to get into the state of normal, healthy sleeping (especially Delta).
What are Delta waves?
– can reveal deep sleep or slow ‘background’ thinking.
Much like bass sound, Delta tends to be the highest in amplitude and the slowest waves. Delta is often associated with deep sleep. Certain frequencies, in the delta range, have been shown to trigger the body’s healing and growth mechanisms. Delta is the realm of your subconscious mind, and the way into the universal mind, where information received is otherwise unavailable at the conscious level.
The NOW State, which I teach on my NLP trainings will be operating between Alpha & Theta.
Interestingly, Delta is the dominant rhythm in infants up to one year, as well as stages 3 and 4 of dreamless sleep.
Delta brainwaves are often related to and indicate:
- the lowest brain frequencies, possibly indicating subconscious thoughts and information
- deep and refreshing sleep that allows the body and brain to rest and repair.
- extremely deep meditation and hyper-relaxed mind states
I love the spoken word, so finding the linguistic journey was not so difficult. In fact, I found it easier to have the context and then just let it flow – just as I would if I had a client with me. What that created is the perfect blend of binaural beats/brain entrainment waves, with a hypnotic journey into sleep. I wanted the listener to not notice the binaural beats/brain entrainment waves in the background so the sleep induction feels as natural as it can. Getting the brain into Alpha/Theta brain wave states.
Your recordings are really wonderfull! I listened to the deep sleep file last night and I don’t remember anything ! I just walk up later with the headphones still on my hears. Francois Bonnett