Where Does the MP3 Download to?
Once you make your payment, you should get two emails:
The first one is to confirm your PayPal payment, and the second email contains the download links. You will also receive a daily email from me so you can follow the programme closely.
If you don’t receive one or both of the emails, please check your junk folder.
When you press download, it may not appear in your music folder automatically on your device, so before you press download again, please use the search function on your device to locate the mp3 file.
When Should I NOT listen to these audios?
You should not listen to these tracks whilst driving, riding a bike, operating machinery or when performing tasks that require your full conscious attention.
What’s the best way to listen to audio tracks?
There are three ways you could listen to these audios:
1) The best way to listen to your audio is just as you are falling asleep at night. So, just as you are ready to switch off the lights, plug in and play and fall asleep to it. Even if you are not consciously hearing it, your subconscious mind is switched on and will be listening. This is the most effective way of listening. Try it for a month, every night and see what difference it makes to you.
2) Alternatively, if you have a spare half an hour in your day, then you can listen to it and it will give you a boost and help pick your energy up.
3) Lastly, you could start your day by listening to it in the snooze-like state just before you get out of bed. This will be a great way to begin your day.
What are the benefits of Binaural Beats?
All our tracks contain Theta Wave Binaural Beats to enhance the effect of deep Relaxation. The brain produces very small rhythmic electrical pulses which are called brainwave patterns. These patterns can be observed using electroencephalograph (EEG) scanning equipment.
Brainwaves are measured in cycles per second (Hz) and are produced by different areas of the brain throughout the day and night.
Gamma Waves 40 – 70 Hz are associated with higher mental functioning including, perception, intelligent problem solving, self-awareness, compassion as well as emotional responses such as happiness and fear.
Beta Waves 13 – 40 Hz are known to be predominant during periods of concentration, activity, anxiety and arousal.
Alpha Waves 7 – 13 Hz are linked to creativity and the state of conscious relaxation and calmness.
Theta Waves 4 – 7 Hz are associated with right-brain and subconscious insightful thinking, deep relaxation
and mental imagery as well as meditation and REM sleep.
Delta Waves 0.5 – 4 Hz occur during periods of deep dreamless sleep and are linked to healing, recovery and pain relief.
Can I get a refund once I’ve purchased a track?
There are no refunds once a track has been downloaded. If you have purchased, but not downloaded the track and can prove this, you will be able to get a refund.
Are these audio tracks like hypnosis tracks?
The state of hypnosis is the same as deep relaxation. So, when you go into a deep state of relaxation, your brain goes into a state called REM, which is a subconscious state in your brain that is very beneficial and restorative.
What if I can’t relax?
The state of Relaxation is a skill that we all need to practice repeatedly. If you keep using the audio, you will find that it gets easier and much more familiar to you.
What if I fall asleep while listening to the audio?
Falling asleep is when your conscious mind gets out of the way and your subconscious mind wakes up. These audios are designed to put you into the REM state of mind. This is the state of mind where your brain has switched off the ‘critical faculty’, which means you are able to take on board the positive suggestions within the audio easily and at a deep level.
…So, falling asleep is a good thing!
How many nights should I listen to audio?
The more you repeat something the better your brain learns. So as you listen to the audio more and more your brain will just be able to accept the positive suggestions easily and effortlessly, almost without thinking about it.
The brain learns, by doing things over and over, on repeat.
“It’s useful to think of your brain as housing a very large toolkit,” said researcher Scott Grafton, a professor at UC Santa Barbara. “When you start to learn a challenging new skill, such as playing a musical instrument, your brain uses many different tools in a desperate attempt to produce anything remotely close to music. With time and practice, fewer tools are needed and core motor areas are able to support most of the behaviour. What our laboratory study shows is that beyond a certain amount of practice, some of these cognitive tools might actually be getting in the way of further learning.”