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Theta brain waves (3-8hz) have been connected via extensive study to many different phenomena in the brain.
Connections between meditation and theta activity have been researched and documented thoroughly, particularly in the case of both Zen and Transcendental Meditation. More recent research highlights the interesting role that theta may play in memory function.


Keep reading to learn more about the research highlighted in the above image, and other fascinating research demonstrating the value of theta brain wave stimulation.
The most frequent comments included in patient journals were about enhanced relaxation and falling asleep. Participants were asked to rate their anxiety on a scale of 1 to 100, with 1 indicating no anxiety, and 100 marking very high anxiety.
However, prior experience with being hypnotized was not found to be a significant factor in this study. Since that 1959 study, ongoing research has further solidified the connection between brainwave stimulation, theta brain wave activity, and ease of attaining a state of hypnosis. With two subjects who were minimally responsive to hypnosis, Wickramasekera (1977) found that after 10 sessions of deep theta stimulation, including suggestions encouraging hypnotic responsiveness, the subjects increased an average of 6.5 points on a 12-point hypnotizability scale.
Observations of the connection between increased theta activity and meditation practice go all the way back to 1966 (Kasamatsu).
One of the more recent studies (Takahashi, 2005) monitored EEG activity in 20 adult Zen practitioners. As a control condition, participants were asked to simply try to keep their breathing regular for 15 minutes, and EEG data was monitored for that time.
When the EEG data collected during the respective 15 minute periods was analyzed, significantly higher theta power was detected during the meditation practice vs. A beautiful meditation with Australian indigenous music incoroprated into this spoken meditation. This is suitable for all religions and beliefs as the meditation focuses on healing rather than dogma.
Take a trip back to a past life and uncover secrets that may help you move forward in your life today. Research on subjects as diverse as memory, emotion, neural plasticity, sleep, meditation and hypnosis have all drawn links to theta activity. Meditative theta states are often associated with vivid mental imagery, peacefulness and generally pleasant experiences. One theory proposed by Lisman and Idiart suggests that short term memories are constantly refreshed in order to retain their presence in the brain while they are being accessed. Participants were asked to listen to the tapes at least 5 times a week for 4 weeks, and to record tape usage, anxiety ratings, and other comments in a journal during the study. Many indicated that as the study progressed, the relaxing effects of the simulation began earlier during a session. Use of binaural beat tapes for treatment of anxiety: a pilot study of tape preference and outcomes.


When their data from all the tests was combined, they found that the photic stimulation provided by the device was able to induce a hypnotic state in just over 5 minutes, for nearly 80% of subjects- and of those subjects, the percentage of deep hypnosis inductions was twice that of those who remained in light hypnosis.
The authors kept separate figures for groups with and without previous hypnotic experience, and found only a negligible difference in the results between the two. Cahn (2006) lists 29 individual studies showing a correlation between theta activity and active practice of various meditative traditions- primarily Zen and Transcendental Meditation. In Su-soku, the subject starts counting 'one' when they exhale, and inhale naturally without counting.
Afterwards, participants left the room for a 30 minute rest period, before returning to perform the So-soku meditation for 15 minutes. And it was found that the percent change in fast theta power in the frontal area, reflecting enhanced mindfulness, was positively correlated with the harm avoidance score. This guided meditation contains Theta Binaural beats (headphones are recommended) Youtube version here.
A theta state is associated with stage 1 sleep- very light sleep from which subjects can easily be awoken. They suggest that individual memories are refreshed at the gamma rate, while the whole refresh cycle pulses at a theta rate. They reported that being relaxed helped them to experience sleep onset faster, to sleep better, and to awake more rested. The counting continues until the subject reaches 'one hundred' and the subject then starts again from 'one.' If other thoughts occur, the subject lets them pass and restricts their attention to counting. As the authors noted, this has been suggested to be associated with increased serotonin activity.
Changes in EEG and autonomic nervous activity during meditation and their association with personality traits. They believe that this may be why an average of 7 items can be held in short term memory by most people - per each 6Hz theta cycle, the 40hz gamma can cycle an average of 7 times. Many comments indicated that participants had a hard time staying awake when listening to the tapes, and they sometimes reported that they fell asleep with the tape still running. On attempts to modify hypnotic susceptibility: Some psychophysiological procedures and promising directions. EEG correlates of hypnotic susceptibility and hypnotic trance: spectral analysis and coherence.



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