How are delta waves useful?
This deeply immersive track has been developed by internationally recognized brainwave audio engineer and hynotherapist Leigh Spusta, to assist in promoting delta waves in the brain. By increasing this brainwave activity, the listener moves into the ideal place to experience this deeply relaxing state and a myriad of positive benefits...
- Deep Relaxation
occurs on both a physical and a psychological level, creating an extraordinary depth of comfort and peace.
- Quickly and easily
enter an altered state of consciousness whether you are a beginner or an advanced practitioner.
- Expand your mind
as the nature and quality of your experience broadens, deepens, and intensifies.
- Whole body/mind
every part of your being experiences the harmonious shift - from your cells to your thoughts, your feelings...
- Supports your experience
creates and holds the space for your journey to unfold, never distracting or demanding attention.
- Deep physical support
releases anti-aging hormones, boosts your immune system, supports advanced healing and release of toxic stress.
Use of headphones will is required for an optimal experience.
To fully experience the potential of this program, please get comfortable, close your eyes and relax for the next 5 minutes. Allow the music soundtrack to immerse you in a deep sense of relaxation and peace.
"I use his music with my clients and for myself"
As a hypnotherapist, I rely on research. Leigh's brainwave music is specially crafted to produce results, and I use his music with my clients and for myself on a regular basis. In particular, "Deep Delta" is one of the best tracks I've ever used.
~ Lisa Machenberg, C.Ht. - Malibu, CA
"tested his material with my brainwave eeg equipment"
I have had great success with Leigh’s music with my hypnosis clients, helping them to get into deep states easily. I have tested his material with my brainwave eeg analysis equipment, it works quickly and effectively, every therapist should use these tools.
~ Dr David Newman, C.Ht. - Jefferson City, MO
"This track is amazing. It's taking me very deep into my meditative state. "
~ Lise Beaulieu
Play Deep Delta when you meditate, destress or want to experience deep relaxation. Headphones are recommended for optimal effect, but not required - because of the natural monaural and binaural rhythms, entrainment is still effective even when not using headphones.
If you are a Profound Meditation practitioner, add it to your transformational library - alternate with the Primary Meditation tracks - for instance, you might begin your meditation with 40 minutes of Deep Delta, then play Track 3 of whichever tier you are working with.
Deep Delta can be played on any computer, MP3 player or smart phone.
From the creator, Leigh Spusta, on making Deep Delta:
When I sit down to do the work, when I have done the math and gotten some of that out of the way, then it becomes very intuitive and I get into a creative space, go into a meditative type of trance and explore the sounds, and at a given moment it starts to click. I have a good palette of sounds I was working with and essentially... just channeled it through…
Part of my composing approach is what I’ve been calling "natural entrainment” which is you compose the music by getting some of the math out of the way in the beginning, you know what the frequency values are of the notes of the music and when you reduce it down you can get down to those monaural beats, naturally occurring beats, and some binaural, in the music when you approach it that way.
There are so many little ebbs and flows within it, finding that right balance between. It's very soothing, it's relaxing, it can also become the background of... like the sound of rain, you tune it out after a while, but also not being so dull you turn it off - so striking that balance of keeping the mind interested but allowing the experience to flow. The experience should be the focal point not the music.
(Excerpt from John Dupuy's interview with Leigh Spusta on 1/28/15)
Target Brainwaves - Delta 4 Hz and Delta 2 Hz. Straight delta (no ramping from beta, etc.) - no need due to methods used.
Leigh employs what he calls "natural entrainment", using his knowledge and artistry to create entrainment effects through the musical soundtrack itself, rather than adding a layer of binaural, monaural or isochonic beats to power the entrainment. This creates a more organic, natural experience of entrainment for the listener.
Psycho-acoustic and Hypnotic Composition: Selection of musical tensions, timbre, harmonic spectrum, and tones promoting the relaxation response and the delta state.
Soothing low frequency drone and generous use of the perfect fifth to promote feeling at rest, at home, deeply peaceful.
By using the frequency values of the musical notes, they combine specifically to deliver heterodyne (monaural) and binaural beats in the delta range of brainwaves.
"super soothing sense of coming home"
My experience of Deep Delta is one of immediate relaxation and a super soothing sense of coming home, of entering a refuge, of being held like a bird in a nest. If I have been holding a lot of tension, I am quickly aware of it sloughing off. I feel like I can ride the sounds deep into that inner place where everything is at peace. With Deep Delta, even my thoughts, normally such insistent little buggers, whether in meditation or not, tend to just give it up, surrender, stop bugging me, and take a rest. The sounds are reminiscent of gazing out on a very quiet sea at twilight, with small waves breaking.
~ Heidi Mitchell
I used Deep Delta Yesterday before bed as an evening Meditation, and felt very very entrained by the track! Super relaxed mental/emotional space is exactly what my needs have been lately. I just want to acknowledge that the iAwake team continues to make specific tech that is suited to an integral practice.
~ Scott Marshall
Who is Leigh Spusta?
Leigh, creator of Deep Delta, iAwake Mini Meditations, Vol I and the sound/entrainment track for Deep Recovery, is a behavioral scientist, hypnotherapist, and Certified Therapeutic Imagery Facilitator specializing in the use of sound frequencies to produce deep, relaxing trance states. His work has become internationally recognized, enjoyed by thousands around the world. He has worked with several therapists in Los Angeles, producing a variety of therapeutic audio cds, and has been hired as a consultant and producer working with companies in the United Kingdom. He also works with HMI College of Hypnotherapy and the American Hypnosis Association as Director of Media Production. Leigh combines his talents as a musician and his knowledge of hypnosis and related states, in an effort to pioneer new approaches in creating rich, resonant sound-scapes for greater efficacy in healing and meditative products. Leigh is the developer of the proprietary PsimatiX™ therapeutic approaches and technologies.