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Monaural Beat Theta Wave Perfect Pitch 432Hz/440Hz G Notes 14" Empyrean Crystal Singing Bowl Pair #theta86

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Monaural Beat Theta Wave Pair Perfect Pitch 432Hz/440Hz F Note 6.1Hz 8", 8" Empyrean Crystal Singing Bowls #theta65

This set includes:

14" 432Hz Perfect Pitch G Note Empyrean Crystal Singing Bowl #ca0014gm35 31005260 (Sound 1)

Octave: 3   Frequency: 192.2 Hz   Avg Rim Thickness: 5.5 mm

 

4.2 Hz Difference = Theta Frequency

 

14" 440Hz Perfect Pitch G Note Empyrean Crystal Singing Bowl #ca0014gp5 31004184 (Sound 2)

Octave: 3   Frequency: 196.4 Hz   Avg Rim Thickness: 5.8 mm

 

Theta (4-8 Hz)

Theta waves can be a very helpful and powerful brainwave when at an optimal frequency. Theta waves are often involved with intuition and creativity, as well as camaraderie, communion, and connection.

Too much theta activity can lead to impulsive manners, bouts of depression, and can often be referred to as a somewhat hypnotic state, allowing the individual to be easily persuaded.

Too little theta activity can cause the individual to lose a sense of their emotions as well as increase anxiety.

 

Monaural beats, or monaural tones, are auditory processing artifacts, or apparent sounds, caused by specific physical stimuli. The effect on the brainwaves depends on the difference in frequencies of each tone. For example, if 300 Hz was played in one ear and 310 in the other, then the monaural beat would have a frequency of 10 Hz. Playing these bowls at the same time promotes this stimulation in the brain that has a multitude of benefits including relaxation, stress relief, peak mental alertness and focus, providing relief from lost sleep, mood elevating, and much more.

 

Each bowl includes a free silicone o-ring base and a Silicone Bamboo Magic Mallet.

The sound samples are of the actual bowls.