I first tried Stealing Flow Gamma after I had finished my morning Qigong practice. I immediately felt a subtle energy powerfully coursing throughout my body. I found that I could think very lucidly, and at the same time I was able to turn off my thinking and experience extremely focused quiet mind. ~ John Dupuy
Stealing Flow Gamma
A wonderful addition to Stealing Flow: Complete Brainwave Suite for Flow State Mastery
Gamma brainwaves are associated with:
- Increased energy
- Feelings of loving kindness
- Ultra-high information processing
- Aha! experiences
- Joy and enthusiasm
Listen to the 1-Minute Sample Now
Use of headphones will provide the most optimal experience, but are not required.
To fully experience the potential of this program, please get comfortable, close your eyes and relax for the next minute.
Allow the ambient music soundtrack to immerse you in a deep sense of focus and creativity.
Don’t be fooled – this is not just beautiful music – it is the design and technology infused in the soundtrack that evokes concentration and creativity.
Use Stealing Flow Gamma :
- While working, studying, exercising
- When you want to shift into creative mode
- To take in and process complex, detailed information
- When you want to focus, get motivated
01 Gamma (25:00 minutes)
This track begins at Beta 15 Hz, ramps relatively quickly to 40 Hz Gamma, then slowly ascends to 67 Hz where it remains for the final 5 minutes.
Full package includes:
- 1 track* (25:00 minutes)
- Track accessible on the free iAwake Technologies app for iOS and Android
- Downloadable audio files available in MP3 and WAV formats
- User Guide (downloadable PDF)
- Ongoing support (responsive email, active Facebook forum, FAQs, videos, audios)
*Available in Digital only.
Introduction to Stealing Flow Gamma from the iAwake CEO, John Dupuy
I’m delighted to be able to introduce you to Stealing Flow Gamma, created by Douglas Prater of Stealing Flow fame. If you haven’t purchased the Stealing Flow suite already, you definitely should. It’s one of my favorites—wonderful for waking your brain up and putting you into a flow state and states of intense productivity and concentration. And these tracks sound terrific!
Let me also say I’m a great fan of Doug Prater. He’s an extraordinary human being in his creativity, his kindness, his capacity to express himself both in spoken and written word, his dedication to transformative practice, and as a creator of transformative audio tracks.
When I first sat down to listen to Stealing Flow Gamma I was a little put-off, as gamma has never been my favorite brainwave to practice with. Gamma was first recognized when scientists were studying the brainwave patterns of Tibetan monks while they were doing certain compassion-related meditations and practices. The scientists found that the monks’ brains were producing large amounts of gamma waves.
The gamma brainwave has also been associated with being able to mentally process vast amounts of information, which as you might imagine is very useful in the information age that we live in.
That being said, I first tried Stealing Flow Gamma after I had finished my morning Qigong practice. I immediately felt a subtle energy powerfully coursing throughout my body. I found that I could think very lucidly, and at the same time I was able to turn off my thinking and experience extremely focused quiet mind. I became aware that this track could be used for a 5-minute burst of focus and energy—or for 10 minutes, or 15 minutes, or the full 25 minutes. In my opinion, it’s right up there with the most powerful tracks that iAwake has ever produced.
So take this opportunity to add Gamma to your Stealing Flow suite or iAwake collection. Talk about a win-win-win situation.
With great love and respect to you all, here’s wishing you great fun and joy as you work with Stealing Flow Gamma,
John and the iAwake Team
How to Use
Download the iAwake App
First, download the FREE iAwake App, login with your email, and all your tracks will be right there. You can stream them, but we’d advise downloading them (from within the app) to ensure an interruption-free experience, and to be able to listen offline.
Use this gamma track for:
- shifting into a deep focus
- waking up your brain
- jumpstarting a creative session
- shaking off foggy brain
Stealing Flow Gamma is a 25-minute track which begins at Beta 15 Hz, ramps relatively quickly to 40 Hz Gamma, then slowly ascends to 67 Hz where it remains for the final 5 minutes.
Stealing Flow tracks combine multiple entrainment modalities, which work together to enhance its effectiveness.
- Harmonically Layered Binaural Encoding – Multiple layers of binaural entrainment at harmonically related frequencies
- Frequency-filtered Isochronic Pulses for a powerful, but pleasant entrainment effect.
- Comprehensive Spatial Binaural Encoding of natural sounds for a complete entrainment experience
- Psychoacoustic Resonance in the overtones of the musical bed to promote a natural state of well-being
- Monaural Beats created by the layering of musical patterns at the lower end of the frequency spectrum
- Generous use of “Perfect Fifths” at the Golden Mean Ratio for balance, wholeness, and harmony.
Gamma brainwaves are fascinating. First, because they disappear during anesthesia, suggesting an intrinsic relationship to consciousness itself, but also because they abound in the brains of Tibetan monks, who are long-term loving kindness meditators. So gamma waves seem to be central to harmony— perhaps even the brainwave signature of compassion itself. Gamma arises while processing all that comes in through our senses as if they are the glue that helps us have a coherent picture of all the sensory data we receive moment to moment. They’ve been found to be linked to heightened perception, extremely creative states of high performance, focus, and clarity, as well as to high intellectual comprehension and acute self-awareness and spiritual insight.
Douglas Prater is iAwake’s Director of Creativity/Technology, besides being an author, meditator, fitness enthusiast, and musician who holds a degree in Music: Sound Recording Technology from Texas State University. Born and raised in Littleton, Colorado, Doug also spent significant periods of his life in Austin, TX, and Atlanta, GA. Always longing to return to the mountains, he now lives in the Smoky Mountains of western North Carolina.
Doug’s diverse work experience as an audio engineer, web designer, author, and actor, make his joining iAwake an excellent addition.
Doug has composed and engineered brainwave entrainment audio tracks since 2010 for meditation, creative pursuits, and the attainment of peak performance flow states. He is the developer of Rainstorm Sleepwave, Infinity, Stealing Flow, Stealing Flow – Power Nap, Stealing Flow – Gamma, the technology and soundtrack for The Near Death Experience: Waking Up to Life, and the technology for The Freedom of Forgiveness. He is also the producer, webmaster, and project manager of the Journey of Integral Recovery podcast. Doug is the author of the forthcoming book The Dharma of Harry Potter: A Muggle’s Guide to Buddhism (and a large catalog of fiction written under a handful of pseudonyms that he won’t tell us… we suspect he writes romance novels).
I’ve been listening to the ‘Stealing Flow Gamma’ now for two weeks during my commute to and from work, and I must say that I am blown away. Never before have I felt so mentally aware and awake in the morning as I arrive at work, and never before have I felt so refreshed and alert when I get home after a long day at work. Listening to Stealing Flow Gamma really helps me reset and re-energize. A truly wonderful track – and for the results I’ve gotten I would have paid tenfold for it! ~ Julia L.R. Kruse
I immediately felt a turning towards Stealing Flow Gamma. I’ve been a bit gamma avoidant, feeling sometimes too pushed by gamma tracks – but this one I felt right away a “yes.” ‘Course I was already predisposed to like it because Stealing Flow’s Warmup track is my regular go to track – when it shifts into gamma (it targets a lot of brainwaves) I feel this strange settling with the increase in frequency. Same thing happened with this track. Highly recommend. ~ Pam Dupuy