The Technology Behind Revolutioner

To understand the technology behind Revolutioner we need to give an overview of what brainwaves are and how these brainwaves can be stimulated.

What are Brainwaves?

The brain consists of millions of brain cells which are also called neurons. These neurons communicate with each other through electrical pulses. 

The pulses or signals that the neurons send to each other produce a lot of electrical activity in the brain. This electrical activity in the brain has a “wave-like” effect and therefore it is called brainwaves.

Brainwave Frequencies Were Discovered

As brainwaves were discovered, it was also discovered that brainwaves change based on the state of mind of the person. For example, the brainwave patterns of a person who is wide awake is very different from someone who is sleeping.

Please find the explanations of the different types of brainwaves and the mental states associated to them below.

Gamma (27Hz and up)

Gamma brainwaves have a very high frequency. Studies have shown that gamma brainwaves are related to the formation of ideas, memory and language processing and different types of learning. It has also been directly related to the recalling of memories and other cognitive skills. The speed of the wave directly correlates to the speed of memory recalling. The faster your brainwaves are, the faster you are able to recall information.

Beta (12Hz - 27Hz)

Beta activity is crucial for proper mental functioning. Studies have shown that if a person does not have enough beta activity it can cause emotional and mental disorders such as ADD, insomnia and depression.

Beta brainwaves are associated with concentration and focus, attentiveness and effective problem solving. It is also related to sexual excitement.

Alpha (8Hz – 12Hz)

Alpha brainwaves are associated with relaxation. Someone who is predominantly in Alpha is in a pleasantly relaxed but awake state. You are also producing Alpha brainwaves when you wake up and just before you go to sleep.

It is associated with visualization, creativity and super-learning. Many successful business entrepreneurs, as well as athletes enjoy high alpha brainwaves that helps them stay in the “Zone”.

Alpha is not only a relaxed state, but it’s also the “idle” state that enables the brain to reach the other states such as Delta, Theta, Beta and Gamma.

Theta (3Hz – 8Hz)

Theta is associated with extreme relaxation or light sleep. When you dream your brain is producing theta waves.

Studies have shown a connection between theta waves and many different phenomena in the brain. Research on emotions, neural plasticity, meditation, sleep, memory and even hypnosis has links to theta.

Theta has also been associated with very clear mental imagery, peacefulness, subconscious problem solving and a general pleasant emotion.

Delta (0.2Hz - 3Hz)

Delta brainwaves are connected to deep, dreamless sleep. They are the slowest brainwaves. When your brain’s dominant wave is delta, your body is healing itself.

One of the significant advantages of stimulating Delta waves is the release of the Human Growth Hormone (HGH). HGH stimulates the repair and growth of tissue, bone, and muscle. It supplies essential amino acids to the cellular system.

What Brainwaves Show Us

When monitoring a person’s dominant brainwaves, you can see in what state that person is in. When there is an imbalance of brainwaves, mental problems occur such as anxiety and depression. For example, someone who overproduces an abundance of beta waves tends to be anxious, while someone who has an overabundance of slow theta waves can have ADD/ADHD.

This imbalance can be corrected with Revolutioner. It does so by stimulating key brainwave frequencies so that a perfect balance is created throughout the brain.

Please note that the Revolutioner program is not a replacement for medical or psychological treatment and is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease or medical disorder.

The Awakened Mind

In the 1970’s, the British biophysicist and psychobiologist, C. Maxwell Cade, monitored the brainwave patterns of advanced meditators and 300 of his own students. Here he found that the most advanced meditators have a specific brainwave pattern that were different from the rest of his students. He noted that these meditators showed high activity of alpha brainwaves accompanied by beta, theta and even delta waves that were about half the amplitude of the alpha waves. Cade later published his amazing discovery in his book called The Awakened Mind: Biofeedback and the Development of Higher States of Awareness (Dell, 1979)

Since the 1980’s, Anna Wise took the work from C. Maxwell Cade further and spent more than 6000 hours to monitor the brainwaves of extraordinary achievers which included composers, inventors, artists, athletes, dancers, scientists, mathematicians, CEO’s and presidents of large corporations. She found that these individuals had a brainwave pattern that was different than the average performer. They had a specific balance between Beta, Alpha, Theta and Delta brainwaves where Alpha had the strongest amplitude. These were the same patterns C. Maxwell Cade discovered with advanced meditators. Anna Wise published her findings her book called The High-Performance Mind: Mastering Brainwaves for Insight, Healing, and Creativity.

This brainwave pattern enables the individuals to reach peak performance of their cognitive, creative and athletic abilities. The Revolutioner Program stimulates the brain and create the same patterns of The Awakened Mind.

To learn more about the Awakened Mind, visit the Institute for the Awakened Mind website.

How Does Revolutioner Stimulate Brainwaves?

Revolutioner uses audio soundtracks to stimulate the brain through a complex neural process called the Frequency Following Response.

The Frequency Following Response refers to the brain's electrical response to rhythmic sensory stimulation, such as pulses of sound or light.

When the brain is presented with a rhythmic stimulus, such as a pulsing tone, the rhythm is reproduced in the brain in the form of electrical impulses. The brain synchronizes with the tone. For example: A pulsing tone of 10 beats per second will cause the brain to synchronize with that frequency and in effect stimulate Alpha brainwaves. The frequencies in the Revolutioner soundtracks are embedded in the sounds which makes them almost unnoticeable to the listener.

This synchronicity is based on a finding in 1656. While working on the design of the pendulum clock in 1656, Dutch scientist Christian Huygens found that if he placed two unsynchronized clocks side by side on a wall, they would slowly synchronize to each other. In fact, the synchronization was so precise not even mechanical intervention could calibrate them more accurately.

In the same way, the brain synchronizes with the tones in the Revolutioner soundtracks. Each day the user listens to a unique 12 minute soundtrack. During the 12 minutes, the frequencies in the soundtrack enhances the amplitude of your brainwaves, resulting in better brain functioning and eliminating constant negative states.

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