Low carrier frequencies don’t necessarily make entrainment signals more effective; they just make the entrainment signal capable of delivering more sound energy to the brain, which is useful when your main objective is to gently push the brain towards levels of higher functioning.
In terms of carrier frequency, “strength” refers not to the entrainment signal’s entrainment efficacy, but to its capacity to deliver a gentle push to the brain by delivering more sound energy. (As the carrier frequency lowers in pitch, its wavelength and amplitude increase, which means that it is delivering a larger sound wave to the brain.)
Any growth process has stimulation and recovery cycles, so that proper growth cannot occur after a period of stimulation unless a proper recovery cycle has also occurred. With the Release tracks, we aren’t interested in increasing stimulation to the brain. (That’s what the Primary Meditation tracks are for.) We intentionally use weak carrier frequencies so as to lessen resistance to releasing neurological and emotional entropy. These tracks are designed to lubricate the releasing process, so they contain fairly weak carrier frequencies, which are required for decreasing resistance.
Profound Meditation Technology
- Brainwave and biofield entrainment patterns in PMP 3.0 (Primary Meditation, Releasing Meditation, Epsilon & Gamma/HyperGamma)
- Low carrier frequency
- Ever heard of this theory about 440 Hz vs. 432 Hz? If so, anything to it?
- Comparisons between PMP 3.0 and the static multi-level approach
- What are the brainwave patterns and sequences of the 3 tiers/CDs of the Primary Meditation Tracks of PMP 3.0?
- Why is it always a case of lowering the brainwaves?
- How do the biofield amplitudes progress from one CD to the next?
- How do the carrier frequencies progress through the 3 tiers/CDs of the Primary Tracks?
- A Common Misconception About Carrier Frequency in Binaural Brainwave Entrainment