Psychic Development & Isochronic Tones – Can You Become Psychic With Brainwave Entrainment?

Lisa R. Parker

Do you wish you were psychic? Well actually, you already are. All humans have the potential to demonstrate psychic abilities such as telepathy, clairvoyance, remote viewing and more. Unfortunately though, these abilities lie latent in most of us, because we grow up in a world which for the most part denies that such phenomena even exist. And even if psychic abilities are acknowledged, it’s usually believed that they’re the province of a few exceptional people, or they are viewed with ignorance and fear.

So the first step towards developing your own psychic abilities is to acknowledge that it’s possible for you. But where do you start?

There are many books and websites which give advice about how to tap into your psychic powers, and much of this is very good. While there are many techniques you can try, most of them require that you learn to relax deeply and focus your mind. The purpose of doing this is to access your subconscious mind, from which psychic abilities arise.

This can be a stumbling block from many people in western culture, because such mind control abilities aren’t generally valued, and as a result most of us live with ‘monkey minds’ that jump from one thought to another in a completely undisciplined way. And when we try to learn to meditate or undertake some other mind control practice, we soon learn that it’s a lot more difficult than we expected. Sadly, many people give up on trying to develop their psychic abilities because they think that they don’t have the mental control and focus that’s necessary.

Fortunately, help is at hand in the form of isochronic tones (and other forms of brainwave entrainment, such as binaural beats). Let’s take a look at how using isochronic tones can help you to become more psychic.

What Are Isochronic Tones?

Using brainwave entrainment technologies such as isochronic tones basically involves listening to repetitive sounds within a certain frequency range. Different states of consciousness are associated with the production of brainwaves of different frequencies. In order to develop your psychic abilities, you’ll need to learn to take your brain down into the theta brainwave state, which involves the production of brain waves which are much lower in frequency than those which we produce in normal waking consciousness.

People who are skilled at meditating and those who are natural psychics can tap into this brainwave state easily. But this skill can be difficult to learn if you’re going it alone. By listening to an isochronic tone recording that’s designed to take you down into the alpha and theta state, you don’t have to do it all by yourself – your brain will have some help.

Using Isochronic Tones To Increase Your Psychic Abilities

So if you want to be able to develop your psychic abilities more easily without having to spend years learning to meditate, it’s worth giving isochronic tones a try. You’ll need to select a suitable recording has been designed for this purpose, and then listen to every day it in a quiet place where you won’t be disturbed.

If you’re wondering how quickly it will take to see results from isochronic tones, the answer is – it depends. Like other forms of meditation and psychic development, using brainwave entrainment is a subjective process and people will have very different experiences with it. I recommend sticking with a recording for a very least several weeks of daily practice before taking stock of your progress.

While some people can experience mind-blowing results from isochronic tones within a short period of time, it’s more common that you’ll begin to experience different states of consciousness in gradual manner. In most cases it will still be a smoother, faster and easier process and it would be with traditional meditation techniques. So be patient, stay consistent and enjoy the gradual development of your own psychic abilities!

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