Healing Hawaii + 528 HZ Love Frequency 30 Minute Dynamic Video
Hawaii Nature Relaxation Videos • 30m
Though brainwave entrainment seems like a new-agey, experimental technique, it has been proven to be a great tool for advancing consciously that actually works. Not only does brainwave entrainment work well, it is an extremely effective way to develop a powerful brain and advanced state of consciousness. By practicing brainwave entrainment, your brain becomes more flexible in the process of shifting to various brainwave states. Give brainwave entrainment a trial and evaluate how effective it is at helping you advance consciously - leave your comments below! (Be sure and put headphones on)
Enjoy a visual journey through Kauai, paired with a sound track designed for mediation & sound healing. About the track from mountainmystic: "This track is a theta delta brainwave entrainment program set to the solfeggio LOVE frequency 528Hz corresponding to emerald on the electromagnetic spectrum. This track aids in the activation of the higher heart of Divine Love, creating powerful resonant field peace and compassion." It's paired with soothing video scenes from the mystic Napali coast, in Kauai, Hawaii.
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