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Meditation – Music Therapy – EMDR, 40 Hz and the Vagus Nerve

Meditation – Music Therapy – EMDR, 40 Hz and the Vagus Nerve

We were so thrilled to receive this comment:

“Just how you started, very quietly, not loud noises, nothing invasive, no piano music, (thank you so much), just WHISPERING, that comforting little sentence “let’s go home”.  I STARTED LISTENING.  Very rare occasion.  I’m also subscribing and sharing you.  Because you never asked.  You guys are AMAZING.  Just WONDERFUL. (I almost cried.)  @klaudia.von.wagner

This is the track she is referring to:


This audio uses ground-breaking therapeutic EMDR and 40Hz bilateral sound stimulation targeted specifically at healing the brain of trauma and instantly targets symptoms of anxiety and depression.

How does EMDR work?
EMDR stimulates both hemispheres of the brain through left-right physical movements, eye movements and sounds.  Bilateral movement allows the brain to replace a negative thought with a positive one.

The pairing of left-right movements appears to suppress the amygdala’s role in initiating a fear-response whilst simultaneously signalling the release of dopamine, a neurotransmitter that helps increase a feeling of pleasure and reward.

It is believed that EMDR works because the bilateral stimulation by-passes the area of the brain that has become stuck due to a traumatic event preventing the left side of the brain from self-soothing the right side of the brain. Your right and left brain hemispheres aren’t used to ‘talking’ to one another to defeat trauma, EMDR helps the brain to heal itself.

How does 40Hz work?
40Hz is proven to be particularly beneficial to the brain. According to studies, our brain cells communicate at a frequency of 40Hz and research has found this frequency can help with cognition, clarity and alertness, easing pain and alleviating anxiety and depression.

What is the vagus nerve?
It is an essential part of the brain–gut axis and passes through the tummy, diaphragm, lungs, throat, inner ear, and facial muscles.  It plays an important role in the modulation of inflammation, the maintenance of intestinal homeostasis, the regulation of food intake, and energy homeostasis, balancing all the body systems and helping it function better.

Therefore, practices that stimulate or relax these areas of the body can influence the tone of your vagus nerve through the mind-body feedback loop, aiding digestion and alleviating anxiety-related digestive issues.

You can naturally stimulate your vagus nerve with techniques such as altering the rhythm of your breath, practising mindful body awareness, yoga – and music – to gently balance your body and mind.

This track combines EMDR with 40 HZ to generate deep penetrative healing.

#MusicTherapy #EMDR #40Hz #VagusNerve

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