Effect of Audio-Visual Brain Entrainment on the Chakra system through data pulse analysis.
Patrick K. Porter1,2, Michael Porter1, Francisco J Cidral-Filho1
- Laboratory of Experimental Neurosciences. University of Southern Santa Catarina, SC, Brazil.
- Postgraduate Program in Integrative Medicine. Quantum University. Honolulu, HI, USA.
Audio Visual Brainwave entrainment (ABWE) is the synchronization of brainwaves with entraining stimuli, i.e., rhythmic visual (flickering lights) and auditory (Isochronic tones, and/or Binaural beats), that elicit synchronization of neural oscillations. The chakra system refers to the various focal points in the subtle body used in a variety of ancient meditation practices and integrative energy-based therapies.
The objective of this study was to investigate the effect of Audio-Visual Brain Entrainment (ABWE) on the Chakra system through data pulse analysis.
100 adult volunteers (50 males and 50 females) with no hearing disabilities were subjected to a single 20-minute ABE session with the BrainTap headset (New Bern – NC – USA). ABE consisted of Binaural beats at 18 to 0.5 HZ, Isochronic Tones at 18 to 0.5.