Tag Archives: mindfulness meditation

Jeff Strong Introduces You to a Brain Computer Interface (BCI) for Brain Shift Radio

In this video, I use an EEG brain computer interface to show how the music on Brain Shift Radio changes your brain. I also describe how we are building a new music player and algorithms to let your brain drive the music for better results with Brain Shift Radio and the REI Custom Programs.

Try Brain Shift Radio for free at: brainshiftradio.com

Learn more about my auditory brain stimulation programs at: reicustomprogram.com

Enjoy a Deep Meditation as Jeff Plays Variable Rhythms at 4 Beats-per-second

In this video REI creator Jeff Strong plays randomly variable rhythms in 5 at four-beats-per-second to help you achieve a deep meditative state.

Check out Jeff’s drum healing course to explore more drumming meditations and techniques here (at a special price)

Go to a deeper level by attending Jeff’s Drum Healing Live 3-day workshop April 27-29 in Santa Fe. Learn more here

Jeff Strong Shows You a Simple Drumming Rhythm to Reduce Your Stress

In this video, I share a simple rhythm you can play to reduce your stress. You don’t even need a drum.

Learn more about REI for sensory issues here: reicustomprogram.com
Learn to play the drum for healing here: drumhealing.com
Listen to more of my music for free here: brainshiftradio.com

Jeff Strong Plays a Mindfulness Meditation for Active Minds and ADD Brains

In this video REI creator Jeff Strong plays randomly variable rhythms in 5 at four-beats-per-second to entrain active minds and ADD brains to a deep meditative state.

Learn to play the for healing in a free video workshop series: http://www.drumhealing.com

Video: Mindfulness Meditation Tips for ADD or Active Minds

In this video REI creator Jeff Strong shares a simple technique that people with ADD or active minds can use to get into their deepest meditations. Unlike the age-old 4/4 techniques that work for everyone else, adding rhythmic complexity and novelty helps the active mind successfully reach a deep meditative state.