Brainwave Activity

Certain mental activities require suitable electromagnetic activities in our brain, suitable working states in other words, and it is precisely this which can be easily stimulated by harmonizing the sound frequencies and the binaural sound signals, which simplifies the success of the exercise.

Brainwaves are electrical activities that are generated in the brain itself by electro-chemical discharges and can be measured by means of electrodes on the scalp. Each of these countless discharges of the nerve cells generates a tiny electromagnetic field with a frequency between 1 and 30 Hertz (oscillations per second). The totality of these signals results in the so-called brainwaves. Brainwaves can be globally divided into four different frequency ranges, each of which has a significance in relation to the mental and physical state of the human being.

Beta waves (13 – 30 Hertz) occur when we are in a normal, awakened state, ready for action and when concentrated. Our perception is focused, our logical analytical abilities are active. A high proportion of beta waves is associated with a high output of stress hormones.

Alpha waves (8 – 12 Hertz) occur when we are in a relaxed, flowing state. This is where our feelings and thoughts drift, creativity and intuition give expanded perspectives, outward attention is reduced and we listen inward. We are in a state between wakefulness and sleep, where mental and physical relaxation is accompanied by an increased release of endorphins. These have a balancing effect on our entire nervous system and promote natural self-healing processes.

Theta waves (4 – 7 Hertz) occur when we have reached or crossed the boundary to sleep, in states of deep meditation or even in hypnotic states where a deep hypnotic state has not yet been reached. In all these phases, our subconscious opens up, new content becomes easily anchored through feelings and images, and the ability to learn increases. The memory capacity is great, unconscious contents are easily retrievable, fantasies, catathym images and dream sequences permeate our consciousness.

Delta waves (1 – 3 Hertz) normally occur when we are in deep sleep and not experiencing dream sequences, or also in trance-like states or phases of deep hypnosis. Contact with the outside is usually interrupted, external reality is no longer perceptible, our ego-centered layer of criticism and control is completely switched off, and our consciousness is ready for completely new contents and forms of expression.

With three-dimensional forms of sound frequencies and harmonizing sound it is now possible not only to align the two hemispheres of the brain in their wave patterns, but also to build up a predominant wave frequency through the choice of sound patterns and thus support intended physical and mental states. What is particularly interesting here is that by means of the technique used, we can not only find the desired physical and mental states more easily, but that these can also be learned and later produced at will, even without the support of this DHS Consciousness Exercise.

We learn to control our brain activity as if by ourselves, and therefore gain direct access to our powers of consciousness and can use them for more health, success and quality of life. Control over thoughts and feelings become possible, as well as the conscious influence on bodily functions, up to the activation of self-healing powers.

In what frequency range can humans hear?

The frequencies in the audible range of humans are between 20 Hz and 20 kHz (20,000 Hz).

The human auditory system perceives frequencies in the range between about 20 and 20,000 Hz. However, as we get older, our ability to hear high-pitched sounds diminishes. Between the ages of 18 and 25, many people can no longer perceive frequencies above about 17,400 Hz.

The hearing and sound localization of cats is much better than that of humans. The upper hearing limit for adult animals is about 50,000 Hz, young cats can even hear sounds up to 100,000 Hz. In contrast, we only manage to hear a 20,000 Hz tone.