Finding Refuge in Alpha

Nadja Lind, healer, producer, yogini, and one of iAwake’s brilliant longstanding brainwave entrainment developers, has created a new gem called Refuge: A Place of Peace Amid the Storms of Life. Here, Nadja is in conversation with John Dupuy, CEO of iAwake Technologies, and fellow entrainment artist (and iAwake’s CTO) Douglas Prater to talk about Refuge,…

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Gamma Brain Waves and What They Do For Our Brains

Judith Pennington shares her extensive knowledge of gamma brain waves with John Dupuy, co-founder of iAwake Technologies. Judith is the founder of the Institute for the Awakened Mind, where practitioners from all over the world use the Mind Mirror EEG to map, monitor, train, and research advanced states of consciousness. Judith:        I fell in love…

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When you type “brainwave study music” into your search bar, more than likely, you are going to get a good variety of results: alpha brain waves, gamma, theta… But how do you know which one is the best to use, and when? You’re in luck, because in this article, we will be exploring just that!…

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John and Doug talk about iAwake Technologies’ new track developed by Doug Prater himself, Stealing Flow – a tool which can help you become your best self. They also discuss Stealing Fire, the book which was the inspiration for Stealing Flow. John also talks about depression and how to overcome it through finding your path and…

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Biomimicry “Doing it nature’s way has the potential to change the way we grow food, make materials, harness energy, heal ourselves, store information, and conduct business.”— Janine Benyus The Biomimicry Institute defines biomimicry as the art and science of seeking sustainable innovation by emulating nature’s time-tested patterns and strategies. It’s a new approach to product…

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John:  Today we will hear from Javi Otero, who lives in Spain and is one of the really interesting people working in this field of transformation, meditation, coherence, Integral practice—and bringing it to where the rubber meets the road. Javi, tell us about your new technology and the new product that will be released very…

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Before the stillness the storm. Before peace the war. Before rebirth the destruction and the fire. Before forgiveness the pain of the violated. Before God the despair of the soul that is lost and has forgotten. Before dawn the darkness. Before awakening the dreams. The dreamer awakes to the source, is the source, the maker…

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“We say Newton discovered gravitation. Was it sitting anywhere in a corner waiting for him? It was in his own mind; the time came and he found it out. All knowledge that the world has ever received comes from the mind; the infinite library of the universe is in your own mind. The external world…

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A lot of us have old messages about who we are and what we can accomplish. “Oh, I’m not smart enough.” “I’m not good enough.” “I certainly can’t do that.” Or whatever. Well, if we buy into these things, they become true. One of the mysterious things about the brainwave entrainment enhanced meditation practice (we’re…

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Louis Parsons’ art SoulScapes was recently featured in the Integral Art Gallery – December 2012. ___________________________________________________________________________ Louis Parsons, Artist, iAwake Guest Blogger I’ve been painting professionally, in a very particular way that has become known as “SoulScaping,” for over ten years. During this time, painting has been my major spiritual practice. You see, to be honest, I’m not that good at meditating. I have a very…

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I picked up a book the other day by Rollo May called The Courage to Create, published in 1975. Rollo May was an existential psychologist, and I think he was quite influential in some of Ken Wilber’s early stuff. His half-brother, Gerald May, wrote a classic in the recovery field, calledAddiction & Grace. Anyway, The Courage to…

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