Mood Booster Session

  • by Brain Hacker
  • Narrated by Brain Hacker
  • 0 hrs and 40 mins
  • Speech

Publisher's Summary

Mood Booster Session - Brighten your mood, with Brainwave Audio.
Lift your spirits and brighten up your day - with Mood Booster, the uplifting brainwave audio recording from Brain Hacker!
Mood Booster uses special audio sounds to influence your brainwave patterns, helping you to perk up your frame of mind during a forty minute session. This audio employs brainwave entrainment technology to sync your brainwaves up to particular frequencies. After being exposed to these frequencies, the brain replicates them, helping to bring about particular states of mind, in just minutes. In this session, your brain is gently encouraged to sync up with a 45-55 Hz isochronic tone, helping infuse the mind with positive energy and optimism. How to use: Just hit play and listen, anytime, anywhere, to begin to enjoy a brighter and more cheerful outlook. It's completely safe, non-invasive, and non-addictive. It won't damage any of your brain cells either.
Please note: You should avoid using this session if you are epileptic or if you need to stay awake. See www.brainhacker.net for full warnings and our disclaimer.
Technical Information: This audio session helps lift your mood and gladden your heart from the inside out. The professionally composed track features upbeat music at 136 BPM, with a driving pulse and rhythmic energy guaranteed to put a smile on your face. It also includes carefully-blended isochronic tones in the 45-55 Hz range that work in the background to generate Gamma waves in the brain, making it possible to cheer yourself up quickly and naturally without the need for harmful drugs or stimulants.
Download the Mood Booster session now to reap the benefits of a fast and effective spirit-lifting adventure!

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I have listened to brainwave audio tracks in the past and tend to enjoy them. This was like listening to horrible nightclub music without the benefit of friends, dancing and most importantly ALCOHOL!! Guess I could get up and dance to it;)

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Book Details

  • Release Date: 02-13-2014
  • Publisher: Brain Hacker