Nirvana is the experience of profound peace of mind associated with Moksha. For the meditator it is the meditation of a lifetime! To experience this state is the desire of all meditators. There is deep silence, peace and tranquility as one floats in spacious, timeless awareness. Visually, one is immersed in a field of beautiful light. There may be delightful sounds or profound silence. The main feature is the feeling of sweet effortlessness, bliss and the thought comes "I want to be in this state forever!" Moksha is the experience of Nirvana 24 hours a day, during all phases of daily life including deep sleep, dreams, and all forms of activity - not just during meditation. Usually Nirvana arises during meditation and then over time gradually overtakes the life.
We know the instruction of Krishna in the Bhagavad Gita (Chapter 2, verse 48): Yogastah kuru karmani - established in yoga (Divine Union with Krishna as His Eternal Companion), perform action. So we begin each meditation with yogastah - we sit comfortably and turn the attention inward and find the silence that is deep within. For about half a minute we identify with that silence and know this is our connection to Krishna, this is yogastah. Then from that spacious silence we look back to the conscious thinking mind and let the conscious thinking mind start the mantra. Like turning the ignition key switch or pushing the Start button on the car, we notice the engine is running and we let go. So we let go of the mantra and watch and follow it from our yogastah perspective.
Thinking the mantra by the conscious thinking mind is Dharana and watching the mantra as the conscious thinking mind engages in the thinking process is Dhyana. Between each thought of the mantra is Samadhi - the simplest form of awareness of the mind where there is no thought, no activity, and only Pure Being. The whole experience of yogastah is Nirvana.
How the Conscious Thinking Mind Functions
The conscious thinking mind, as it operates, uses the machinery of the brain and we know from EEG (electroenchepholography) topographic brain mapping research that the brain assumes various frequencies as it operates. The brain functions like an electrical machine in certain frequency bands that have been shown to correspond with mental activity of the conscious thinking mind, in the cerebral cortex of the brain. At the root of all our thoughts and emotions is the communication between neurons within our brain. Brainwaves are produced by synchronised electrical pulses from masses of neurons communicating with each other.
Brainwaves are detected using sensors placed on the scalp. They are divided into bandwidths to describe their functions. Brainwaves change according to what we are doing and feeling. When slower brainwaves are dominant we can feel tired, slow, sluggish, or dreamy. The higher frequencies are dominant when we feel wired, or hyper-alert.
Brainwave speed is measured in Hertz (Hz or cycles per second) and they are divided into bands delineating slow, moderate, and fast waves.
Delta waves (.5 to 3 Hz)
Delta brainwaves are slow, low frequency and deeply penetrating. They are generated in deepest meditation and dreamless sleep. Delta waves suspend external awareness and are the source of empathy. Healing and regeneration are stimulated in this state, and that is why deep restorative sleep is so essential to the healing process.
Theta waves (3 to 8 Hz)
Theta brainwaves occur most often in sleep but are also dominant in deep meditation. This level of functions as our gateway to learning and memory. In theta, our senses are withdrawn from the external world and focused on signals originating from within. It is that twilight state which we normally only experience fleetingly as we wake or drift off to sleep. In theta we are in deep meditation or in a dream. There can be vivid imagery, intuition and information beyond our normal conscious awareness. Extended periods of coherent theta (15 minutes or longer) normalizes brain chemistry and causes the hippocampus to create new brain cells
Alpha waves (8 to 12 Hz)
Alpha brainwaves are dominant during quietly flowing thoughts, and in some meditative states. Alpha facilitates being in the NOW, in the present. Alpha is the resting state for the brain. Alpha waves aid overall mental coordination, calmness, alertness, mind/body integration and learning.
Beta waves (12 to 38 Hz)
Beta brainwaves dominate our normal waking state of consciousness when attention is directed towards cognitive tasks and the outside world. Beta is a ‘fast’ activity, present when we are alert, attentive, engaged in problem solving, judgment, decision making, and engaged in focused mental activity. Continual high frequency processing is not a very efficient way to run the brain, as it takes a tremendous amount of energy.
Gamma waves (38 to 42 Hz)
Gamma brainwaves are the fastest of brain waves (high frequency, like a flute), and relate to simultaneous processing of information from different brain areas. It passes information rapidly, and as the most subtle of the brainwave frequencies, the mind has to be quiet to access it. Gamma was dismissed as 'spare brain noise' until researchers discovered it was highly active when in states of universal love, altruism, and the "higher virtues". Gamma is also above the frequency of neuronal firing, so how it is generated remains a mystery to most scientists. We understand Gamma is the frequency of the subtle mind and manifests in the physical brain functions in conjunction with the subtle mind during witnessing of daily life. A greater presence of Gamma indicates rising or established Cosmic Consciousness.
Changes in Brainwave Frequencies During Meditation
Normal waking state consciousness is characterised by predominately Beta frequencies in the cerebral cortex - this corresponds to the activity of the conscious thinking mind as it is thinking and planning. When we sit to meditate, the practice of Dharana, thinking the mantra, causes first Alpha to overtake the Beta frequencies, then eventually an island of Theta will appear as the meditation deepens. In advanced meditators we see this island of Theta arise more quickly than in new meditators. If the meditation becomes very deep this island of Theta will become very large and may encompass the entire cerebral cortex. The person is experiencing the separation of the conscious thinking mind and the subtle mind as Dhyana arises. Soon a transition to Gamma will occur and the meditator will report a profound Nirvana experience during the meditation.
Theta is the Gateway to Nirvana
We believe that the Theta frequency (3 to 8 cycles per second) is the gateway to experiences of higher states of consciousness and will come just before the meditator transitions to experience Nirvana. When the experience transitions to Nirvana, then the brain will exhibit Gamma waves (38 to 42 Hz) superimposed on the foundation of Theta. Gamma waves are very unusual because the physical brain cannot produce Gamma - this is a frequency beyond the level of firing neurons so how does it manifest? It is like an apparition of the non-physical. When the energy in a non-physical realm is very strong it can cause features of that realm to be detectable in the physical realm. This is a fascinating topic that ranges from the common experience of ghosts, which are apparitions from the astral realm, to the Grahalokas such as Budha (Mercury) and Kuja (Mars) that are celestial realms which have no physical component, but can be seen as apparitions with the naked eye and even more clearly with telescopes.  Like this, Gamma waves are an apparition in the electrical field of the brain that arise when the non-physical subtle mind is powerful enough so that we can remain established in our subtle mind and witness the physical from it; the very definition of yogastah kuru karmani.
Is it possible to influence the brain directly and produce a desired experience? Yes it is, through the technique of brainwave entrainment. Brainwave entrainment, or "neural entrainment", refers to the capacity of the brain to naturally synchronize its brainwave frequencies with the rhythm of periodic external stimuli, most commonly auditory, visual, tactile or magnetic pulse. Brainwave entrainment technologies are used to induce various brain states, such as relaxation or sleep, by creating stimuli that occur at regular, periodic intervals to mimic electrical cycles of the brain during the desired states, thereby "training" the brain to consciously alter states. Recurrent acoustic frequencies, magnetic pulses, flickering lights, or tactile vibrations are the most common examples of stimuli applied to generate different sensory responses. 
We can produce a physical stimuli in the brain that will cause the brain to switch into the Theta frequency. If we do this during a time when we are also practicing Dharana and Dhyana, we find the practice of these techiques is facilitated by this cooperation of the physical brain. Distracting thoughts are greatly reduced along with their corresponding Beta frequencies. We can take the process one step further by also introducing the frequencies of the 10th Mandala of the Rig Veda into the physical brain. The frequencies of the Rig Veda are the primordial source of our entire universe. About 150 trillion years ago, Lord Brahma performed samyama on these 432,000 syllables of the Rig Veda and the entire universe emerged. Each of the 10 Mandalas of the Rig Veda has a specific focus and the 10th Mandala creates the consciousness of this universe. The purest form of the consciousness in this universe that exists on the first day of Satyug, is yogastah and that is created by the 10th Mandala of the Rig Veda. So we give the brain the stimuli for Theta frequency to lay the foundation for yogastah, then we mix in Gamma to bring up the clear separation of subtle mind and conscious thinking mind and superimpose the frequencies of the 10th Mandala to establish the primordial, pure value of yogastah. Together these stimuli serve as a perfect environment for the transition from ordinary consciousness into Nirvana and an actual experience of Nirvana is produced.
It is one thing to read about Nirvana but quite another thing to actually experience it. From the initial experience we can find it within ourselves again and again, each time more easily. The Nirvana Vitara is a physical tool that produces the stimuli of Theta brainwave entrainment and the 10th Mandala of the Rig Veda, and provides a vehicle for transmitting this stimuli into the brain. You can use the Nirvana Vitara to find the experience of Nirvana within you. Meditation becomes a repeatable and delightful experience of experiencing Nirvana and this can have a profound influence in your life, leading you more quickly to become permanently established in Moksha.
We have the Moksha Vitara to amplify our meditation, so why do we need the Nirvana Vitara? These two Vitaras compliment each other to bring on Moksha. The Moksha Vitara is a Scalar Field device that creates devas in the subtle realms. These devas then influence the life on the suble levels to bring about the ultimate state of Moksha. The Moksha Vitara Pendant contains a crystal radio circuit that has the effect of detenuating Beta brainwave activity so that the practice of Dharana and Dhyana is easier to perform. The Nirvana Vitara operates on the physical level to directly influence the brain through brainwave entrainment and bring about the experience of Nirvana during meditation. Repeated experience of Nirvana in meditation and during other activities brings on the fullness of permanent Moksha.
When we meditate we like to have an environment that is conducive to the experience of Nirvana:
- a quiet place, free of distractions of light and sound
- a comfortable place, not too hot or too cold, free of wind and insects and other distractions, perhaps we cover our body with a light blanket, and light some pleasant incense.
- a comfortable posture, sitting erect and alert, on a comfortable seat so we are not distracted by the needs of the physical body for its comfort.
- the silent influence of Theta brainwave entrainment, Gamma frequencies, and the 10th Mandala of the Rig Veda.
The Nirvana Vitara does not use physical sound through headphones to produce brainwave entrainment. While it is possible to create Theta brainwave entrainment and 10th Mandala frequencies with physical sound, it is also distracting to the process of Dharana and Dhyana. So the Nirvana Vitara utilizes a technology that introduces direct, subtle and imperceptable magnetic pulses on the head that the brain senses directly, from the back or top of the head, with a comfortable, extremely lightweight headband or magnet pulse device, as pictured below.
The headband is ideal for meditation because it is so light-weight and comfortable that you do not even feel it on your head. For sleep, we can use the Advanced Magnetic Pulse Device (AMPD) under a cloth headband. Not only is this very comfortable but it will stay in place throughout the night with very little attention. Furthermore, the AMPD has several benefits that the headband does not offer.
In the Front View above (there is a magnifier that shows detail with your mouse) notice the crystal radio circuit with a Herkimer Diamond heart that blocks the Beta frequency in the brain. Beta arises from high frequency thought patterns. When your mind just will not "shut off" so you can go to sleep, you are experiencing high frequency Beta. This crystal radio circuit dampens high frequency Beta. Plus there are two magnetic pulse coils to create brainwave entrainment and transmit the various Vedic frequencies to produce five perfect sleep cycles and up to two hours of Satyug Neurogenesis and up to 5 lucid dreams most nights. You can use the AMPD for meditation instead of the headband for even deeper, more profound experiences of Nirvana.
Our time of meditation is a mental laboratory for exploring the mind on all of its levels and gaining the ultimate experience of yogastah kuru karmani. With the Nirvana Vitara we maximize our time in meditation to have this ultimate experience. We do not become dependent on the Nirvana Vitara. It is an aid to help us train the mind in the correct practice of Dharana and Dhyana. Like training wheels on a bicycle help us to learn the skills necessary to ride the bicycle, once we have acquired those skills we can proceed without the training wheels. Training the mind to correctly and easily and repeatedly practice Dharana and Dhyana can take many years of daily meditations. With the help of the Nirvana Vitara we can accomplish the goal more quickly and most will feel the effect of the Nirvana Vitara within the first few minutes of use.
But just experiencing Nirvana in meditation is not the ultimate goal. This is just the beginning of a process that ultimately results in 24 hour a day experience of yogastah kuru karmani - Moksha. Moksha has five levels and is first realized when the individual has the direct experience of living in the present moment while witnessing the physical life going on by itself.
- Level 1 Moksha is where the prana mind has become the viewpoint of consciousness and you witness the physical mind and physical body from that perspective.This is where you begin to live in the NOW. When this has become your 24x7 reality, then you have attained what Maharishi calls "Cosmic Consciousness."
- Level 2 Moksha is realized when the person shifts the focus of consciousness from the prana mind to the manomaya kosha mind and witnesses the prana mind and prana body from that higher perspective.This is what Maharishi calls "God Consciousness."
- Level 3 Moksha is the experience of witnessing the manomaya kosha from the vijñanamaya kosha mind. You have attained what Maharishi would call Unity Consciousness when this is your experience. This is relative Unity Consciousness because you have the experience of being one with all life in this relative universe.
- Level 4 Moksha is the realization that the person is the Creator of this universe, hence witnessing vijñanamaya kosha from the perspective of Anandamaya Kosha. Brahman Consciousness is another name for this level of experience.
- Level 5 Moksha is the destination that arises with the realization that the person is an Eternal Companion of Krishna in Goloka. This is Krishna Consciousness or could also be labeled as Bhakti but there is considerable confusion around that label so be careful. True Bhakti is not some show of mood making, singing, chanting and dancing in the physical life.
Can we use the Nirvana Vitara technology of brainwave entrainment to foster the further development of higher levels of Moksha? Yes! Included with your Nirvana Vitara is the Lucid Dreaming module that will take you through five 90 minute sleep cycles and provide the opportunity for wakeful, deep rest and Lucid Dreaming every night.
Lucid Dreaming Module
Lucid Dreaming is a very important precursor experience for Level 2 Moksha. We all have one or more dreams during every sleep cycle and we should be sleeping for about 8 hours each night. Everyone needs 5 sleep cycles a day to give the body the deep rest it needs for rejuvenation. So we should have at least 5 lucid dreams every night. These are important opportunities for further development of our subtle bodies and for profound experiences of the celestial realms.
Be sure your physical body is getting enough rest so that your body is not carrying a sleep debt. The human body needs 5 sleep cycles in each 24 hours period, preferably continuous and at night because taken together, the cycles will change throughout the night and the result is a fully rested physical body. A sleep cycle is 90 minutes in duration and consists of a combination of the following aspects:
- Rapid Eye Movement (REM) sleep - characterized by rapid and random eye movement, high frequency (theta, alpha and even beta) brain waves similar to those during wakefulness, there is muscle paralysis or atonia and frequent and vivid dreams. Profound Lucid Dreams and out of body experiences happen during this stage if one can remain connected to the subtle mind.
- Non REM stage 1 - little or no eye movement occurs and dreams are possible but relatively rare. sleep is very light and easily disrupted, between wakefulness and sleep proper, characterized by alpha and theta brain waves and may be punctuated by sudden twitches or hypnic jerks
- Non REM stage 2 - most time is spent in this stage, characterized by theta waves with occasional higher voltage sleep spindles.
- Non REM stage 3 - the deepest state of non-REM sleep during which the conscious thinking mind shuts down completely causing most sleepers to become largely unaware of and unresponsive to the outside environment, characterized by delta waves along with some sleep spindles.
The Lucid Dreaming module contains a complex brainwave entrainment program that will lead your mind through a 30 minute pre-sleep stage utilizing the LA RA S mantra and Theta brainwave entrainment that enlivens the prana body, then 5 sleep cycles as illustrated in the image above. During the REM sleep periods the brain is entrained with Theta waves and the 10th Mandala of the Rig Veda, then during Non-REM stage 1, Theta continues and the 10th Mandala stops. Non-REM stage 2 the frequency changes to Delta. In Non-REM stage 3 Delta continues and Sama Veda is added to cultivate very deep rest of the physical body.
Our meditation sessions during the day are training laboratories for the mind to perfect Dharana, Dhyana and Samyama. At night we can use the 8 hours of sleep time as another laboratory for the mind to cultivate the ability to hold on to the connection with the subtle mind (yogastah) and exercise and develop the subtle bodies. Thereby maximizing our daily progress toward Moksha.
The fifth sleep cycle is very important because during this sleep cycle you have a very long period of REM sleep where the opportunity for Lucid Dreaming is present. A third module is included with your Nirvana Vitara for use with this fifth sleep cycle. This is the Amgydala Module.
The amygdala manages connections and responses between several regions of the brain. It's directly involved with emotional well-being, the flight-or-flight response and fear conditioning. A recent study also suggests that the amygdala plays a role in the complexity of social life. Most importantly, research has suggested that the anterior portion of the amygdala is connected to the frontal lobes. If one activates the anterior portion of the amygdala, the frontal lobes will open to limitless mental ability.
The amygdala is the most sensitive structure in the brain. It's also one of the most active structures in the brain. It uses more blood than any other part of the brain, and there is reason to believe that the amygdala, in its present form, is one of the more recently discovered deep brain structures. The human amygdala has 20 nuclei, and the amygdala of a chimpanzee has 12. For comparison, a cat amygdala has only five. The amygdala is one of the more "uniquely human" structures in the brain.
Activating the amygdala in a positive way stimulates higher order mental processes. This can improve creativity and intelligence while also elevating positive emotions.
The opposite of amygdala activation is negative reaction. When we react to a challenging situation in a suboptimal way, it's processed as a negative emotion. This feeling is regulated by the amygdala. The emotional feedback allows us to easily determine if we are thinking creatively or just relying on survival instincts.
By noticing the difference in thought processes we can consciously control the direction which the amygdala sends its impulses.
We can choose to stimulate the amygdala forward, turning on the reward centers for positive emotions. When the amygdala is stimulated forward it's sending signals to our frontal lobes. This is where the brain handles cognitive functions such as long-term decision making and appropriate social actions. I'm sure you'll recognize the importance of these functions in life success. When the amygdala signals backwards it's inducing a fear response. In this state we operate from the base levels of instinct, residing in the reptile brain. Needless to say, thinking motivated by this part of the brain is probably not well suited for modern society.
These responses, both positive and negative, are hard wired into us by mother nature. However, because of how clever we humans are, we can consciously control our responses, taking charge of our reactions to the environment.
Stimulating the amygdala with regular practice helps us enter a psychological state of flow. In this state we tend to forget about the problems and drama of life. Being in flow can result in single-minded focus and joy from engaging in productive activity. Trivial problems don't slow you down when you are actively engaged and living creatively.
Practicing meditation, living creatively and being positive are some things we can do to improve our amygdala's responses. Certain practices may take more time and effort, but the outcome will be rewarding.
There are many simple exercises we can do to activate this positive response. Any time we engage our imaginative thought processes we are using the frontal lobes. The images in this article shows precisely where the amygdala is located in the brain. They are about 1 inch inside at the temples.
The Amgydala Module of your Nirvana Vitara contains a powerful program for switching the amgydala forward.
Lucid Dreaming Course
With your Nirvana Vitara you also receive enrollment in the MahaVideha University Lucid Dreaming Course where you have the following lessons to guide you to best utilize your nighttime of sleep.
The basic definition of lucid dreaming requires nothing more than becoming aware that you are dreaming. However, the quality of lucidity can vary greatly. When lucidity is at a high level, you are aware that everything experienced in the dream is occurring in your mind, that there is no real danger, and that you are asleep in bed and will awaken shortly. With low-level lucidity you may be aware to a certain extent that you are dreaming, perhaps enough to fly or alter what you are doing, but not enough to realize that the people are dream representations, or that you can suffer no physical damage, or that you are actually in bed.
Lucidity is not synonymous with dream control. It is possible to be lucid and have little control over dream content, and conversely, to have a great deal of control without being explicitly aware that you are dreaming. However, becoming lucid in a dream is likely to increase the extent to which you can deliberately influence the course of events. Once lucid, dreamers usually choose to do something permitted only by the extraordinary freedom of the dream state, such as flying.
You always have the choice of how much control you want to exert. For example, you could continue with whatever you were doing when you became lucid, with the added knowledge that you are dreaming. Or you could try to change everything--the dream scene, yourself, other dream characters. It is not always possible to perform "magic" in dreams, like changing one object into another or transforming scenes. A dreamer's ability to succeed at this seems to depend a lot on the dreamer's confidence. As Henry Ford said, "Believe you can, believe you can't; either way, you're right." On the other hand, it appears there are some constraints on dream control that may be independent of belief.
A mysterious and highly controversial phenomenon sometimes occurs in which people experience the compelling sensation that they have somehow "left their bodies." The "out-of-body experience" or "OBE", as this fascinating phenomenon is usually termed, takes a variety of forms. In the most typical, you are lying in bed, apparently awake, when suddenly you experience a range of primarily somatic sensations, often including vibrations, heaviness, and paralysis. Then you experience the vivid sensation of separating from your "physical body" in what feels like a second body, often floating above the bed.
It is important to note the distinction between the phenomenal reality of the OBE and the various interpretations of the experience. What is really happening when you feel yourself "leaving your body"? According to one school of thought, what is actually happening is just what it feels like: you are moving in a second body out of and away from your physical body--in physical space. But this "explanation" doesn't hold up very well under examination. After all, the body we ordinarily feel ourselves to be (or if you like, to inhabit) is a phenomenal or mental body rather than a physical body. The space we see around us is not physical space as "common sense" tells us, but as modern psychology makes clear, a phenomenal or mental space. In general, our consciousness is a mental model of the world.
What is Lucid Dreaming and Its Practical Benefits
Upon hearing about lucid dreaming for the first time, people often ask, "Why should I want to have lucid dreams? What are they good for?" If you consider that once you know you are dreaming, you are restricted only by your ability to imagine and conceive, not by laws of physics or society, then the answer to what lucid dreaming is good for is either extremely simple (anything!) or extraordinarily complex (everything!). Lucid dreaming is the stepping stone to Dream Yoga, so we learn lucid dreaming with that ultimate goal.
Step 1: How to Lucid Dream - Getting Started
A lucid dream is as vivid and real as the "real" waking life. Yet you know you are dreaming; you can control the dream. In a lucid dream you can go anywhere, meet anyone, do anything. Anything you can imagine, you can experience as real.
Lucid dreaming is a technique that allows us to make use of some of those hours otherwise wasted in sleep. In our lucid dreams we can put our dreams to some purpose: analyse our dream symbols, face our challenges and have fun!
During Lucid Dreams your brain is predominately in the Theta frequency, and this becomes a catalyst for Neurogenesis.
Step 2: How to Lucid Dream Using Dreamsigns, the Doors to Lucidity
To become aware that you're dreaming, you need to know what your dreams are like. You need to be able to recognise them. To do this you will need to spend some time recording your dreams.
Create a Dream-Trine: setup a special table next to you bed, buy a very nice bound dream journal that has some sentimental value for you, and a nice pen and put the journal and pen on the table. You do not take this journal or pen with you - leave it on the table and you will journal your dream experiences. Then you create an Intentions Spot by defining a circle on the table - this is where you put the things in that you want to dream about that will induce the lucid dream.
Step 3: How to Lucid Dream by Creating Excitement for Lucid Dreaming
Gather some memories of some very exciting, happy and wonderful times and you think about these beautiful happy times as you go through these exercises. This will give your subconscious mind a very positive message that you are serious about lucid dreaming and you want to associate lucid dreaming with excitement and enthusiasm. The only way you are going to get lucid is if you associate lucid dreaming with happiness and excitement.
So go to the last 10 blank pages of your dream journal and write down several of your most exciting, happy and wonderful experiences. Every night before you go to sleep, review those experiences and tell yourself that through the power of lucid dreaming you will have more and more of these wonderful experiences every single night as you lucid dream!
Step 4: How to Lucid Dream Using Memory Development
In order to make various techniques of lucid dreaming incubation successful, we need to be able to remember to do things that we have planned to do. Psychologists call this “prospective memory” development. We all use prospective memory every day to remind us to do necessary and ordinary things, such as picking up the laundry, paying bills, meeting appointments, and brushing our teeth. Prospective memory becomes more difficult when the planned action is new to us, and we are not stimulated to remember it by frequent, salient cues. Unfortunately, we cannot use written memos to help us remember to do things in our dreams, and that makes it quite challenging to remember to carry out our intention to recognize when we are dreaming.
One way around this difficulty is to make a habit of questioning our mental state. This is the purpose of the Reflection/Intention exercise explained below. Another way is to develop our prospective memory so that we don’t have to rely on external cues to remember to notice when we are dreaming. Memory in general seems to be somewhat less functional in the dream state than in the waking state.
Step 5: How to Lucid Dream with Reflection Intention
In order to make various techniques of Lucid Dream incubation successful, we need to be able to remember to do things that we have planned to do. Psychologists call this “prospective memory” development. We all use prospective memory every day to remind us to do necessary and ordinary things, such as picking up the laundry, paying bills, meeting appointments, and brushing our teeth. Prospective memory becomes more difficult when the planned action is new to us, and we are not stimulated to remember it by frequent, salient cues. Unfortunately, we cannot use written memos to help us remember to do things in our dreams, and that makes it quite challenging to remember to carry out our intention to recognize when we are dreaming.
Step 6: How to Lucid Dream using the Mnemonic Induced Lucid Dream Technique
The acronym MILD stands for Mnemonic Induction of LDs. A mnemonic is a memory-aid, and MILD is a Lucid Dream induction technique based on memory. This is why we have been improving our memories. The MILD technique is based on remembering that we want to recognize when we are dreaming. Our efforts up until now have been to teach ourselves to carry out intentions to do things in the future by mental effort alone (no written reminder notes!) and by increasing our powers of concentration. Because MILD is practiced during the night, it is very useful for producing multiple LDs in one night.
Each time we do MILD, our aim is to become lucid in our very next dream. If we practice MILD before each REM period, we could become lucid in four or five different dreams. MILD is the technique of choice if the goal is to learn to have LDs at will, whenever we like.
The Nirvana Vitara Lucid Dreaming Frequency Generator and Neurogenesis Catalyst Module contains a Moksha Vitara pendant crystal circuit to accelerate your pace of evolution and block Beta frequencies, create Theta brainwave entrainment and generate the influence of the 10th Mandala of the Rig Veda to create Satya Yuga brain cells, plus Krishna C60 to resonate a life supporting influence all night and shield you from electromagnetic radiation.
Step 7: How to Lucid Dream and Stay in the Dream
Awakening only moments after becoming lucid is one of the most frequently cited difficulties faced by LDers. Happily, this problem is easily solved and is primarily a hurdle for beginning LDers to overcome.
The problem of avoiding premature awakening from LDs breaks down into two phases. The first step for many will be to learn how to get beyond the initial flash, “Wow! This is a Lucid Dream!” without jolting awake. The next stage is to achieve some proficiency in methods of prolonging LDs long enough to achieve your goals.
The general strategy for preventing immediate awakening is to suppress the expression of excitement and to engage in the dream. As a model of how to contain the thrill of becoming lucid, imagine what it’s like to be dealt a winning hand in poker. If you let it be known what you are holding by showing your delight, you won’t win much. Instead, you want to be “cool”, a mood that can be practiced, and save your excitement for after you have won, or, in this case, after the Lucid Dream has reached a suitable end.
Step 8: How to Lucid Dream by Activating the Anterior Amygdala for Limitless Mental Ability
One of the most important techniques for Lucid Dreaming is known as the Wake Back to Bed Method. If we combine this technique with the Amygdala Technique enhanced with the Nirvana Vitara, the success rate is very high.
STEP ONE - Go to bed as normal and allow yourself to sleep for six hours (4 sleep cycles). Set your alarm clock or have another early riser wake you up.
STEP TWO - After six hours, get out of bed and fully wake yourself up. Go to the restroom then return to your bed and perform the Amygdala Technique.
STEP THREE - go to sleep for one more 90 minute sleep cycle.
During this time use the Amgydala Module of the Nirvana Vitara to switch forward the Amgydala for limitless mental ability, then lay down with the module still in place to guide you through sleep cycle 5 and Lucid Dreaming.
The complete Nirvana Vitara consists of the lightweight brainwave entrainment headband, several program modules plus the Lucid Dreaming Course:
- Brainwave Entrainment Headband for meditation
- Nirvana Meditation Module - Theta with the 10th Mandala of the Rig Veda
- Nirvana Vitara Lucid Dreaming Frequency Generator and Neurogenesis Catalyst Component
- Lucid Dreaming Module
- Amgydala Module
- Lucid Dreaming Course with Amgydala retraining at the MVU Online Campus
With the help of your Nirvana Vitara you can advance to Moksha most rapidly and utilize your time both during meditation and during sleep for maximum progress.
More Details About the Nirvana Vitara Technology
The brainwave entrainment headband is extremely light weight and comfortable to wear - you will quickly forget about it being on your head. It produces no electrical impulses and has no internal battery. The headband draws frequencies from an audio program and converts them into weak magnetic pulses, so it cannot produce the negative effect known as "electro smog" which is caused by cell phones, which create microwave radiation that is very strong and heats and damages sensitive brain tissues. The weak magnetic pulses generated by the headband are received directly by the brain as inaudible vibrations. There are 2 simultaneous tracks of information being transmitted to the brain:
- a pure frequency in the Delta, Theta and Gamma range (depending on the module in effect)
- the complex frequencies of the 10th Mandala of the Rig Veda, or various mantras (depending on the module in effect)
The brain follows the repetitive pure frequency on track 1 and switches to that EEG band, while simultaneously gaining the benefit of the vibrations of the mantras, provided for specific purposes. There is no "side effect" or negative aspect to the use of the Nirvana Vitara. It simply creates a very subtle environment in the brain that is conducive to deep meditation or dreaming or sleep (depending on the module in effect).
Experiences With The Nirvana Vitara During Meditation
 We have learned from NASA that there are actual planets out there in "space" called Mars and Mercury and we are seeing them in our telescopes, but that is part of a great deception and another topic covered in depth in the book Returning to Goloka, Second Edition; by Visvamitra; 2017
 Brainwave entrainment from Wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brainwave_entrainment