We want to share why you can have amazing abilities or rather… the fact that you already have them and just need to know what to do to bring them out.
Shaolin priest showing how to get a finger on how to be extraordinary in everyday life. It is said that only two people in the world can do this.
When you tap into the incredible qualities that you possess, economic change or retirement no longer means quitting… you can control your destiny at any age because you retire from the rat race and gain everlasting wealth… deep experiences… and rich fulfillment from doing something you enjoy.
Concentration is the key to unlocking your own internal secrets… but let’s make it without stress…and utilize relaxed concentration.
Merri and I listen to… and play special music to gain relaxed concentration.
Research at a University of North Carolina website entitled “Music Can Help You Study” says: Did you know music can help you study? Studies have shown that the right kind of music can help you relax your mind which enables you to concentrate better. Perfect to studying, doing homework or studying for a test or exam. It cuts down on distractions and helps you focus on your work.
The most cited study is the “Mozart Effect” a set of research results that indicate that listening to Mozart’s music may induce a short-term improvement on the performance of certain kinds of mental tasks known as “spatial-temporal reasoning” which is the ability to think out long-term, more abstract solutions to logical problems that arise.
What Kind of Music Helps You Study?
There are many types of music that have been shown to put your mind in study mode. Here are a few of the most mentioned.
Baroque classical music is said to have mind-boosting effects. Productivity writer David Allen of “Getting Things Done” fame has said he prefers music like Vivaldi’s “Four Seasons,” Bach’s Brandenburg Concerto #3, and other Baroque tunes. Others say that music at 60 beats-per-minute is required to put the brain in a “bright and breezy” frame of mind. In this state your thinking and creativity are said to be easier. Concertos for Recorder – Telemann & Vivaldi is recommended.
How does this work?
Music is one way to attain a state of relaxed concentration.
Concentration is the most rewarded ability on earth… the longer one can concentrate on one thing… the more one can accomplish… the more the knowing… the understanding…. the wealth of an act.
There are three steps to being unbelievably smarter in a relaxed way… #1: having correct thoughts… #2: being able to focus on these thoughts and #3: being able to stay focused on the correct thoughts.
This is why we revere the King Fu master who is totally relaxed… but completely concentrated on exactly the right thing at the perfect time. When we attain this state amazing things happen… universal laws change.
Take as an example the Shaolin Monk below who was mentioned in the Xiamen news when he was hired as a body guard.
The article said: Hu Qiong, a 38 year old Shaolin monk hired by tycoon to guard daughter.
Hu Qiong is a national kung fu expert in China.
The article says: A wealthy man has hired a national kung fu expert to guard his daughter after a spate of knife attacks in Chinese schools.
Bodyguard Hu Qiong,38, became a monk in a Shaolin temple aged eight. He can throw needles like streaking bullets and stop knives with his bare hands, reported Xin Wen Hua Bao newspaper yesterday.
Hu’s employer surnamed Liu paid him 10,000 yuan (US$ 1,465) a month to protect his six-year old daughter on her way to school in south China. Liu said the price was reasonable after six fatal attacks against school children in less than two months, the report said.
Hu Qiong stunned an audience by holding a running drill to his own head.
That’s concentration that makes learning, thinking and creating income repeatable and easier.
There are many examples of how relaxed concentration can allow humans to act in seemingly miraculous ways but how can we attain “Relaxed Concentration” without becoming a Shaolin priest?
A comparison on the benefits of meditation and Baroque Music can help us see how to attain the state of relaxed concentration. This study compares Transcendental Meditation. Since TM is the most documented form of meditation worldwide, it lends itself to a comparison with Super Thinking.
Below, we can see the physiological changes during sessions of listening to certain types of music as compared to TM Meditation.
|Super Thinking Concert||Meditation (TM)|
|Slow Baroque Music during Intense Mental Activity||Reciting a Mantra|
|Alpha brain waves Increase by|
an average 6%.
|Alpha brain waves increase.|
|Beta Brain Waves Decrease by|
an average 6%.
|Theta Brain Waves unchanged.||Some increase in Theta.|
|Pulse slows down by an average a mean decrease of 5 beats per minute.||Decreases significantly with 5 beats per minute.|
|Blood pressure drops slightly.||Tendency to decrease.|
|Awareness becomes relaxed concentration.||Restful alertness.|
Meditation creates a state of “Restful Alertness”…. which is great for tuning into deeper levels of intelligence.
Music, however, creates “Relaxed Concentration” the state one wants to attain during study and action.
Three events can be used… to get in this state of total relaxed concentration.
Music is one step. Integrating our brain waves is the second.
Integrating the Brain Step Two.
Frequency Modulation works by focusing on the learner… rather than data. We all have enough data. FM “grows the learner” rather than just expands the information. The explosion of data we must all process everyday means there is too much information to process already. Let’s view this learning in terms of plumbing to outline what “Growing the Learner” means.
If you have 4.5 inches of information flowing through a 4 inch learning pipe, the solution is not to add another inch of information. The answer is to first create a six inch pipe and then an even larger pipe…a never ending expansion of abilities!
FM (Frequency Modulation) integrates our brain waves.
Here are details about brain waves from an article in Scientific American entitled “What is the Function of the Brainwaves?” by Ned Herrmann an educator who has developed models of brain activity and integrated them into teaching and management training. Before founding the Ned Herrmann Group in 1980, he headed management education at General Electric, where he developed many of his ideas. Here is his explanation.
It is well known that the brain is an electrochemical organ; researchers have speculated that a fully functioning brain can generate as much as 10 watts of electrical power. Other more conservative investigators calculate that if all 10 billion interconnected nerve cells discharged at one time that a single electrode placed on the human scalp would record something like five millionths to 50 millionths of a volt. If you had enough scalps hooked up you might be able to light a flashlight bulb.
Even though this electrical power is very limited, it does occur in very specific ways that are characteristic of the human brain. Electrical activity emanating from the brain is displayed in the form of brainwaves. There are four categories of these brainwaves, ranging from the most activity to the least activity. When the brain is aroused and actively engaged in mental activities, it generates beta waves. These beta waves are of relatively low amplitude, and are the fastest of the four different brainwaves. The frequency of beta waves ranges from 15 to 40 cycles a second. Beta waves are characteristics of a strongly engaged mind. A person in active conversation would be in beta. A debater would be in high beta. A person making a speech, or a teacher, or a talk show host would all be in beta when they are engaged in their work.
The next brainwave category in order of frequency is alpha. Where beta represented arousal, alpha represents non-arousal. Alpha brainwaves are slower, and higher in amplitude. Their frequency ranges from 9 to 14 cycles per second. A person who has completed a task and sits down to rest is often in an alpha state. A person who takes time out to reflect or meditate is usually in an alpha state. A person who takes a break from a conference and walks in the garden is often in an alpha state.
The next state, theta brainwaves, are typically of even greater amplitude and slower frequency. This frequency range is normally between 5 and 8 cycles a second. A person who has taken time off from a task and begins to daydream is often in a theta brainwave state. A person who is driving on a freeway, and discovers that they can’t recall the last five miles, is often in a theta state–induced by the process of freeway driving. The repetitious nature of that form of driving compared to a country road would differentiate a theta state and a beta state in order to perform the driving task safely.
Individuals who do a lot of freeway driving often get good ideas during those periods when they are in theta. Individuals who run outdoors often are in the state of mental relaxation that is slower than alpha and when in theta, they are prone to a flow of ideas. This can also occur in the shower or tub or even while shaving or brushing your hair. It is a state where tasks become so automatic that you can mentally disengage from them. The ideation that can take place during the theta state is often free flow and occurs without censorship or guilt. It is typically a very positive mental state.
The final brainwave state is delta. Here the brainwaves are of the greatest amplitude and slowest frequency. They typically center around a range of 1.5 to 4 cycles per second. They never go down to zero because that would mean that you were brain dead. But, deep dreamless sleep would take you down to the lowest frequency. Typically, 2 to 3 cycles a second.
When we go to bed and read for a few minutes before attempting sleep, we are likely to be in low beta. When we put the book down, turn off the lights and close our eyes, our brainwaves will descend from beta, to alpha, to theta and finally, when we fall asleep, to delta.
It is a well known fact that humans dream in 90 minute cycles. When the delta brainwave frequencies increase into the frequency of theta brainwaves, active dreaming takes place and often becomes more experiential to the person.
Typically, when this occurs there is rapid eye movement, which is characteristic of active dreaming. This is called REM, and is a well known phenomenon.
When an individual awakes from a deep sleep in preparation for getting up, their brainwave frequencies will increase through the different specific stages of brainwave activity. That is, they will increase from delta to theta and then to alpha and finally, when the alarm goes off, into beta. If that individual hits the snooze alarm button they will drop in frequency to a non-aroused state, or even into theta, or sometimes fall back to sleep in delta. During this awakening cycle it is possible for individuals to stay in the theta state for an extended period of say, five to 15 minutes–which would allow them to have a free flow of ideas about yesterday’s events or to contemplate the activities of the forthcoming day. This time can be an extremely productive and can be a period of very meaningful and creative mental activity.
In summary, there are four brainwave states that range from the high amplitude, low frequency delta to the low amplitude, high frequency beta. These brainwave states range from deep dreamless sleep to high arousal. The same four brainwave states are common to the human species. Men, women and children of all ages experience the same characteristic brainwaves. They are consistent across cultures and country boundaries.
Research has shown that although one brainwave state may predominate at any given time, depending on the activity level of the individual, the remaining three brain states are present in the mix of brainwaves at all times. In other words, while somebody is an aroused state and exhibiting a beta brainwave pattern, there also exists in that person’s brain a component of alpha, theta and delta, even though these may be present only at the trace level.
It has been my personal experience that knowledge of brainwave states enhances a person’s ability to make use of the specialized characteristics of those states: these include being mentally productive across a wide range of activities, such as being intensely focused, relaxed, creative and in restful sleep. Scientific American December 22, 1997.
Here is my thinking about the power of brain waves.
Our Beta waves tap into the local news. This is the part of our being that takes care of the here and now…the space around us. This is what we call logic and it is a vital tool. Nothing is more important than know what conditions are in the here and now. However mankind is so dependent on this logic that that often the messages are ignored coming from our other brain waves that we can sum up by calling them intuition.
Our Alpha waves connect us to the regional news. This is a much deeper and broader area of intelligence too vast for our prefrontal logical brain to compute on its own. When we tap into Alpha we get intuitive creative flashes we could never just think up. If there is about to be an earthquake in our region, all animals know it. Dogs will howl. Roosters will crow. Birds will fly away. Humans have this intuition as well. Yet we can be so steeped in our logic… that we ignore it.
Theta connects brain waves which connect with the global news. This an even deeper vaster level of intelligence. At some level we are in touch with anything and everything that happens wherever int he world. Here we need the filter of our logic. For our mind to process all this data would be like running many yottabytes squared of information through a 64K processor.
At some level we are in touch with everything that happens in the world.
Delta waves are our connection to the universal news right down to our quantum state. This is an intelligence so vast that we cannot even imagine it. Here according to quantum science we are even in touch with the past and future…even other universes in a multiverse. We must be in a dream state where the physical boundaries strip away. In Delta we can be in two places at once, know all things and even fly.
When we allow these waves to interconnect freely we gain access to infinite knowledge and unimaginable intellect.
How to get Traction is step three. After we get in tune with all our brainwaves, we need a way of putting the data into usable form. We need a way of completing the impossible task of defining infinity. This requires a filter and a recognition system.
One way to reach this state of relaxed concentration… listen to Largo music.
When I am stressed or pushed on a deadline… I click this on and let it play quietly in the background as I work.
Listening to this music can help you gain relaxed concentration!
You can also
Read about Kung Fu master at www.whatsonxiamen.com/news12151.html
See research on music and study on a University of North Carolina website