Delta brain waves are the slowest, mysterious, most trippy and least understood of all of the natural brain wave states. Frankly, delta is a pretty mysterious place to be.
What we do know is that delta brain waves occur between the frequency of 0.5 – 4Hz, and are the brain waves we experience during deep, dreamless sleep.
Because there is no (or very little) recall from test subjects about what delta feels like, there is lots of speculation as to what actually happens when your brain produces delta brain waves.
This article will introduce a few of the saner and crazier theories, to give you an idea of what’s going on inside that brain of yours when it drops down into delta.
Please note – it is *very* unlikely that brain wave entrainment tools will help you to remain conscious in the delta state anytime soon (well, I’ve been trying for quite a while, at least, and I haven’t heard of many people who can). I’n fact, Ive read that even Zen Masters have difficulty staying awake at this low level. There are some products that come pretty close though (see below).
Anyway, here’s nine things you may not have known about delta brain waves…
Read more: Why do they use ‘Delta’ as a name for their currently prime fake ‘variant’? Delta brain waves generate dreamless – completely unconscious – sleep. It’s all mind control. Note the Delta-sleep connection and it will cease have an influence on your subconscious because it will be acknowledged by the conscious mind and therefore no longer be ‘subliminal’ (‘below threshold’ of the conscious mind)