Free Self Hypnosis Audios for Confidence

Here are a collections of self hypnosis audios to enhance your confidence. The audios include affirmations for confidence, optimism, creativity and focus. A potent combination to increase your confidence. Just use regularly in any order. Audios here are:

Confidence Self Hypnosis

Confidence Self Hypnosis with a nature background

Focus And Creativity Enhancing Self Hypnosis

Focus and Creativity Enhancing Self Hypnosis with a nature background

Optimism Enhancement Self Hypnosis

Optimism Enhancement with a nature background

All Free Self Hypnosis Audios On This Site Use Binaural Beats For Relaxation

All self hypnosis audios on this site use binaural beats set to an alpha frequency of 10 hertz for relaxation and self hypnosis, except the sleep ones which take you down to delta for sleep.

Healthline explains binaural beats and its benefits:

When you hear two tones, one in each ear, that are slightly different in frequency, your brain processes a beat at the difference of the frequencies. This is called a binaural beat.

Here’s an example:

Let’s say you’re listening to a sound in your left ear that’s at a frequency of 132 Hertz (Hz). And in your right ear, you’re listening to a sound that’s at a frequency of 121 Hz. Your brain, however, gradually falls into synchrony with the difference — or 11 Hz. Instead of hearing two different tones, you instead hear a tone at 11 Hz (in addition to the two tones given to each ear).


The bottom line;

With several human studies to back up the health claims, binaural beats appear to be a promising tool in the fight against anxiety, stress, and negative mental states. Research has found that listening daily to CDs or audio files with binaural beats has positive effects on,

  • anxiety
  • memory
  • mood
  • creativity
  • attention

About alpha brainwave frequency and meditation from Time Magazine’s article Behavior: Alpha Wave of The Future“:

“The link between alpha and meditative states seems real enough. According to Psychologist Joe Kamiya of San Francisco’s Langley Porter Neuropsychiatric Institute, an early pioneer in the field, Zen masters produce more alpha when they are meditating than when they are not, and they are quick to learn how to switch it on and off. Artists, musicians and athletes are also prolific alpha producers; so are many introspective and intuitive persons, and so was Albert Einstein. Alpha researchers report that subjects enjoy what Psychologist Lester Fehmi of the State University of New York at Stony Brook calls the “subtle and ineffable” alpha experience. Its pleasure, theorizes Kamiya, may come from the fact that alpha “represents something like letting go of anxieties.”