My book is finally out – and it’s available at your nearby Borders. It’s called Climbing Mountains, and it’s an account of my (spiritual) journey across the mountains of Kinabalu in East Malaysia. As many of you know, I have had personal problems and inner demons that I needed to defeat, and for that I have journeyed into far flung places such as the Kinabalu peaks in Southeast Asia. A rewarding trip, and it also made me realize about many aspects of my life that I have subconsciously kept hidden for many years of my life.
How Brainwave Entrainment Helped Me In My Meditation
As many of you also know I meditate a lot in order to get inner peace. The problem with a beginner like me is that it is quite difficult to attain what is known as the “alpha state” in meditation. I also practice yoga, and in some ways it helped me silent the mindless chatter which really affects my concentration. A friend of mine, Kenny Stevens, recommended that I start to look into this technology called brainwave entrainment (some more details can be found here) which many people are using to help them achieve alpha state rather easily.
At first I didn’t feel comfortable with the music, but after awhile I got really used to it and now I cannot meditate without it. When I go hiking, I like to “reward” myself when reaching the peak by doing a little yoga and meditation when I am at the top. Now what I usually do is I load up my mp3 player with brainwave entrainment tracks and then meditate in the serene surroundings in the bushes. It’s an awesome, awesome experience! I have also done astral projections when I am meditating (read here for the Wikipedia article if you are new to all this).
Climbing Mountains – Not A Self-Help Book
Brainwave entrainment also helped me write my book. I put some NeuroActivator.com tracks in the background and then start to let my creative juices flow. If you are a writer and you suffer from writers block then I recommend that you start investigating brainwave entrainment techniques in order to overcome your sticking points. It worked for me, and there’s no reason that it won’t work for you.
Go get the book! Then email me at firstname.lastname@example.org for some bonus content not found in the book. There are some audio tracks which you can listen to while you meditate, and also other goodies which will help you achieve peak performance. Meditating is difficult, but with some brainwave entrainment software (which generates binaural beats) you will be able to achieve alpha state rather quickly – in 50 minutes or even less. My best time is about 44 minutes. Some say that experts in meditation can get into alpha or theta states in ten seconds flat! Now that’s pure brain mastery if you ask me. To do that, you will need to get hold of state-of-the-art isochronic tones which you can use to aid your meditation. I will share more about this technique in my profile page – watch this space!
Jason E. Kruk