Binaural Beats: An Infographic Guide to Brainwave Entrainment


Imagine if you could get into a deep state of focused consciousness any time you want.

What if I told you that this is possible? Here's your answer: get yourself some stereo headphones and listen to Binaural Beats.

Binaural beats and brainwave entrainment are amazingly powerful tools for altering your state of mind.

This is seriously useful whether you want to reach a deep meditative state of mind, achieve peak concentration whilst studying or immerse yourself in vivid creative visualization. Binaural beats can also help you raise your vibrational frequency.

So, what are binaural beats?

Binaural beats are one of the more popular types of brainwave entrainment. They are formed of two different frequencies played at once. One played in each of your ears.

Here's an example of how binaural beats work:
Let's say you have a base frequency of 400 Hz playing in stereo. A tone of 397 Hz playing in one ear and a tone of 403 Hz in the other. Your brain will entrain to a resonance of 6 Hz to make up for the difference between these two frequencies.

Here's an infographic to please your eyes:

What do binaural beats sound like?

Here is a sample of a pure Alpha wave:
This is an example of what a pure Alpha wave of 12 Hz sounds like at 5228 Hz. You should be able to hear a tone which kind of wavers and trembles a bit. It will sound slightly different to each person who listens to it.

Binaural beats can also work when music is played over the top or mixed into the frequency itself. This is done simply to make it more pleasing to the ears.

If you are interested in purchasing some high quality Binaural beat, I would recommend this Complete Set of Binaural Beats:

Frequently asked questions

What are the best headphones to listen to binaural beats?

To benefit fully from listening to binaural beats you need to use stereo headphones.

If you want to get the full brainwave entrainment experience, I recommend you invest in a set of good quality headphones listed here:

At what volume should you listen to binaural beats?

Listen at a comfortable volume. Here is a trick for finding your ideal volume: 
  1. Turn your device's volume right down to it's lowest setting
  2. Gradually turn it up, one notch at a time
  3. Stop when you reach a comfortable level
If you turn up the volume too high you risk damaging your ears.

What are the risks of brainwave entrainment?

Although most people can use brainwave entrainment with no adverse effects, auditory stimulation could potentially cause seizures in those who are at risk. Listen with extreme caution if you suffer from epilepsy or any other seizure disorder.

For the majority of people, binaural beats are harmless. That's provided you do not listen to them whilst driving or operating heavy machinery, due to the mind altering effects.


Technology has finally gotten to the point where you can change your state of mind just through listen to a specific tone.

Binaural beats are an awesome tool to add to your Law of Attraction tool kit. You will find many uses for them in your daily life.

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