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Catching Brain Waves

Exploring the opportune tides of the mind

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“The mind has a mind of its own.” — Old saying

I had encountered the concept of frequencies and brain waves long ago, paying little attention to it. Recently, while at work, my Youtube playlist drifted in their direction and I found myself entranced by the pulsating thumps of Beta waves, as they marched through my earphones and…

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