If you've had your confidence rattled lately then you need to find a confidence booster. There is a lot of dialogue on the internet about making positive affirmations and doing activities that make you feel better. However, the fact is that real and lasting improvements in self-confidence cannot be until there are genuine changes made in the foundations of the subconscious mind. Listening to a binaural beats mp3 can help in making these changes.

Binaural beats are the technology of introducing two tones of different frequencies into each ear while wearing headphones. This causes the brain to “hear” a third tone which has a wavelength equivalent to the frequency differential of the two tones. The binaural beats recordings are designed so that the frequency differential will match the lower frequency ranges of alpha and theta, which are the meditative states.

Changes in the subconscious mind can only be performed when brainwave activity is functioning in the meditative states of alpha and theta. Most of the time we are in the beta range, which is the level of high alertness, consciousness, and problem-solving. Any kind of positive self-talk made while in the beta range will not stick and will only have a temporary effect.

The subconscious mind controls 90% of our daily activities and if we can install more positive thoughts, then these will manifest themselves outwardly. You will begin to act and think more confidently because your subconscious tells you to. This will happen without you even having to think about it.

Negative thoughts can be expunged from the subconscious mind at the same time. By getting rid of these pessimistic and detrimental thoughts, the more positive confident, encouraging, and enthusiastic thoughts can begin to dominate our actions.

Engaging in meditation while listening to a binaural beats mp3 make an excellent confidence booster combination. Together, it is easier and quicker to enter into the alpha and theta meditative states. The binaural recordings are effortless and uncomplicated to use and don't require a long learning process. You simply pop in an mp3 or cd and let the technology do the work. It's like having a “digital drug” that doesn't have the side effects or costs of prescription drugs.

Source by Jim Woodruff