“This is one of the greatest pieces of entertainment on Netflix,” wrote one fan of Louie Schwartzberg’s Moving Art, testifying to the power of visual art to help them unwind.
“It generates a very tranquil atmosphere, and rekindles awe in nature that many of us have forgotten. I regularly watch this when I am trying to relax or sleep, and it brings me into a great mental state each and every time.”
If you need to sleep, visual imagery can provide the perfect solution. It works for adults and kids, and parents have even seen great results with the youngest viewers!
“I love the Moving Art Series on Netflix, and so does my toddler,” wrote one parent. “I would put it on and he would quiet down and fall asleep. My son would hear the opening strains of ‘Flowers’ and immediately stop crying.”
Losing Our Sleep
As our society becomes more complex, and our workdays become more interconnected with online systems competing for attention with the needs and tasks of our personal lives, more of us are becoming trapped in the grip of chronic insomnia.
The computer that is our brain has no power-off key to press.
We know our choices of midnight remediation are lacking: either endure the mental spirals until dawn, then try to work tomorrow exhausted, or take a pill to knock yourself out, then try to work tomorrow in a zombielike funk.
But there’s the third choice many of us are giving another chance: meditation. It’s become more evolved, like everything else, with new innovative high tech – and the results are amazing.
Entrainment is the new revelation in finally securing the bliss of a rejuvenating nightly slumber. It’s a combination of classic meditation techniques and applied fresh scientific technology.
The Power of Entrainment
Neural entrainment, also known as brainwave synchronization, is the synching-up of brainwave frequencies with the rhythm of external auditory, visual or tactile stimuli.
You can apply two simple and effective DIY meditative sleep solutions right now, using Moving Art as your base.
Lie down, close your eyes and breathe slowly and deeply.
Pay attention to your breath as you inhale and exhale. Try to keep your mind from wandering. Keep your mind blank, focused only on your breathing.
Redirect your focus to soothing external sights and sounds.
It’s time for you to open up Netflix and key in Moving Art. You will find a menu of awe-inspiring, mind-enrapturing 25-minute nature videos created by Louie Schwartzberg.
Allow your body and mind to sync with the music
Having slowed down your mental and physical metabolism through simple meditative techniques, your brainwaves are ready to synch-up frequencies with the ultimate external stimuli of Louie’s cascades of “entraining” imagery.
You will soon be on your magic carpet ride to the best sleep of your life.