Sound wave as a way of transferring psychophysical state from person to person

Sound wave as a way of transferring psychophysical state from person to person

  • 8 August 2022
  • ScienceEEG

At Neurosoft, we regularly collaborate with various research centers worldwide. One of our current projects is joint work with the Institute of Consciousness Topology in Perm, Russia. There, using the EEG-system Neuron-Spectrum-65, are conducting research on the possibility of transferring psychophysical states from one person to another using an electroencephalogram recorded as sound.

Such studies have been quite popular in recent years, with many of them showing their effectiveness. An article published in the journal "Internauka" (№13 of 2022) describes successful experiments on the transfer of the psycho-emotional state from one person to several research participants. Using the software "Neuron-Spectrum.NET", the electroencephalogram of one person is converted into a sound wave, and by listening to it, the other person begins to feel the state of the first participant of the experiment.

The thing is that the human brain is designed in such a way that it starts generating frequencies which are absorbed by hearing. The frequencies generated by one person's brain can easily be imposed on the other. Now researchers from Perm are working on the transmission of psycho-emotional relaxation from one person to another in order to combat stress. During the sessions, participants in the experiment learn how to self-regulate their psycho-physical state.

At the moment, the possibilities of this method are practically limitless, but, unfortunately, have not yet been well studied. Nevertheless, there is a probability that in the near future we will be able to transmit thoughts at a distance.