Try the “G-Breath” which can help put you in a brainwave frequency of gamma which is roughly 40hz-70hz. It is associated with processing visual, auditory and touch stimuli. For the people who practice Wim Hof Breathing, try a round breathing just like I show in the video for a different kind of feeling and effect.

Try the “G-Breath” which can help put you in a brainwave frequency of gamma which is roughly 40hz-70hz. It is associated with processing visual, auditory and touch stimuli. For the people who practice Wim Hof Breathing, try a round breathing just like I show in the video for a different kind of feeling and effect.

Posted by Ian Hart on Saturday, 17 August 2019

“Hey, what’s up? So I wanted to show you a quick way that you can tap into what is called the G-Breath or the frequency of gamma, which is about 40 to 70 Hertz. Um, when I speak about this, not many people hear about it, but this is associated with processing very various stimuli, visual, auditorial and touch and the grouping of various features of a given stimulus, particularly visual into a coherent whole. And that’s what this says in psychology and neuroscience on this website that I’m reading. Psychology.stackexchange.com. And so there is no such thing as the gamma state of mind. Gamma’s gamma waves largely play a supporting role in the brain, right? So if we’re talking about the EEG point of view, where there, you know, testing your brain waves. So, but anyways, so you can tap into this brain wave through certain breaths. 

And so here’s a quick way to do it and I want you to test it out and tell me what you think. So you start off with two breaths in the mouth. All right, so I’ll give you how you do it. Two breaths in the mouth, so in through the mouth, out through the mouth. Then you go in through the nose, out through the nose, then in through the nose, out through the nose, then in through the nose, out through the mouth, and you cycle that, right? So it’s going to look like this. 

[Breathing demonstration – please, see video] repeat.

All right, so that was two rounds. If you continue to do that consecutively, like right now, I start to feel this sensation in my brain, which I want you to try and feel. Um, if you do that, now there’s people who are Wim Hof practitioners out there. Now I’ve done that sequence repetitively over and over again to get to a point where I feel super oxygenated and then I do the Wim Hof retention hold and it has a totally different sensation. So your breath, this just goes to show. And part of the reason why I’m doing this video is just goes to show how powerful your breath can be. Just breathing through different parts. It activates different parts of your brain. It stimulates different brain centers and can put you in a different frequency of brain. So there you go. There you go with the G-breath. I hope you found this powerful. Test it out. I think you’ll like it.”

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