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Views: 1338779 Description: Improve Your English Vocabulary, With Sleep Learning. Easily Increase your Vocabulary Range And Learn New English Words. 3 Hour Video Using The Power Of Binaural Beats.
Increase and Improve Vocabulary Range and Learn New Words Whilst You Sleep Using Binaural Beats! (Headphones recommended) This audio features current 100 advanced English words. This video uses advanced binaural beats to help you learn these new words and there meanings whilst you sleep. The word is said once, then the meaning of that word followed by an example of the word used in its correct context so, this way you will be able to start including these words in your daily vocabulary range. This popular method of learning is proving to be hugely successful for many people.
★How To Use Most Successfully★
- Listen to this video with headphones.
- Listen to this video as you are going to sleep
- Try and clear your mind of all other thoughts
- Repeat the words and meanings out loud if possible
- Visualise the words in your head.
- Leave on as you fall asleep
- Repeat the words you remember throughout your day
- Do this for 30 days to see massive results
This; “Increase and Improve Vocabulary Range and Learn New Words Whilst You Sleep” video is specifically designed to help you learn new words as you are falling asleep and remember them when you wake up. The brain does have the ability to absorb information whilst you’re asleep, as you may know from experience when real sounds from reality have entered your dream and woke you up. This works under a similar principle however the binaural beats ensure you are not woken up and that it is only the learning part of your brain that is listening to the video. Your brain has an optimal frequency for learning, (when you are totally focussed and absorb information easily), your brain also has a perfect frequency for remembering newly processed information and finally there is a frequency of the brain that allows your subconscious to absorb information whilst you sleep. When you then understand that binaural beats can put your brain at any frequency you want, it then becomes clear how this actually works. You are using binaural beats to basically get the most out of your brain.
- Words, Meanings and Examples:
We use an up to date list of intermediate English words. There are around 100 intermediate English words which should you be able to use them in a sentence will impress even the most educated native speakers! It’s perfect for native and non native speakers especially if you want to impress the examiner in examinations like: SAT, IELTS, TOEFL and Cambridge CAE and CPE. This video is great for helping you improve you own vocabulary range also allows you to understand words that you previously may not have.
- Binaural Beats:
Binaural beats used are: Theta 8.0 Hz, Delta 4.0 Hz, Delta 3.0 Hz. These binaural beats are claimed to improve learning, encourage sleep learning, improve our ability to remember specific places and finally to improve memory and help process newly absorbed information. The combination of these 3 specific frequencies is hugely powerful. There are played in the correct order allowing for complete processing, understanding and most importantly memorising.
- Soothing Music:
Soothing background music, there is some very soft music playing in the background just to distract from the sounds of the binaural beats and to ensure you are not distracted from the words you are learning.
- HD Images:
The images are there as a nice background, only 1 image is used as not to drain your battery or cause any buffering issues, we realise in this video actual images aren’t that important as it is more about what is being said than what you can see.
Please remember first and foremost Theta/Delta waves are associated with sleep like states, so it is not advisable to use this video whilst driving.
"Light Awash" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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Username: Sleep Learning Added On: 2016 February 16