SUBCONSCIOUS WINDOW

Source: Alpha Brain Waves

Have you ever experience a light bulb moment when you are bathing? Or suddenly have a solution to a problem just before you sleep?

If you observe carefully, you will realize that creative ideas always come to you when you are relax, which is the time when you are in alpha brain waves.

When you are in alpha brain waves, you are relaxed and calm; your creative juice flow faster; you can recall things better, such as where you left your keys; you can learn things faster; you absorb information faster.

Besides alpha brain waves, the other brain waves include beta, theta and delta. When you are in beta, you are conscious and alert. When you are in theta, you are in a twilight state. You are not conscious. When you dream in your sleep, you are in theta. When you are in delta, you are sleeping. You are not aware of what’s happening because you are in a subconscious state of mind.

Everyday, your brain state moves from delta (sleeping) to beta (alert) and then from beta back to delta. In between, you will experience alpha and theta.

Alpha is the window between your conscious and your subconscious mind.

Imagine your mind is like a house with a small window.

When you are in beta, you are in the room with the small window, so you have little access to the vast subconscious space outside the room.

When you are in theta, you are in the subconscious space,but have no access to the conscious viewing. That’s why most people can’t remember exactly what they dream about.

But when you are in alpha, you are conscious and the window expands allowing you to see beyond your routine and conventional awareness. That’s also the reason why you always have your light bulb moment when you are in alpha brain waves.

To prove this point is very simple. Everyday you dream. When you wake up, you often can’t remember what you dream. But the moment you just wake up, i.e. when you are in alpha, you can still remember what you dream, but just for that short moment. The moment you are fully awake, you miss your dream again because you are now looking through the very small window.

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