Regenerate is a regenerative healing field tuned to encourage the health and well being of the mind, body, and spirit. The foundation of Regenerate is the Abrahams Universal Healing Rate, a 1.5Hz binaural beat frequency said to alleviate physical, mental, and spiritual pain.
When I first looked up the Abrahams Universal Healing Rate, I found hundreds of web pages, all of which say more or less the same thing:
Abraham’s Universal Healing Rate is commonly used for individuals whose ailments have manifested into the fourth stage of Chronic Fatigue, where some form of disease is apparent, subjects experience a release from the negative sensation of their symptoms when moved into 1.5HZ
No credible clinical research is even hinted at in my search for a deeper understanding of the Abrahams Universal Healing Rate. But… as with many holistic modalities, I guess there’s a certain amount of faith of involved. This has happened to me with my work with the Solfeggio Frequencies (especially Deltadream, Hibernation, and Solfeggio Suite). While the Abrahams Universal Healing Rate didn’t pass my bullshit test, I can say that it did have a profound impact on my meditations. In fact, much like the experiences reported by members of my beta team, I find myself compelled to listen to Regenerate a couple of times each day: I can feel an unmistakable tingling sensation when I listen to this piece.
Try it. I think you’ll like it.
WARNING: This music contains audio brainwave entrainment technologies. People who are subject to seizures, auditory disorders, or adverse mental conditions should not listen to this music without first consulting a physician. DO NOT listen to this music while driving, operating heavy machinery, or performing any other activities that require focused attention. Although binaural beats entrainment audio may contribute to wellness, it is not intended as a replacement for medical or psychological treatment. No medical claims are intended express or implied. No statements made have been evaluated or approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. For best results, use stereo headphones or earbuds.