Brainwave responsible for sleep menace during meditation

Why do meditators fall asleep meditating!
Let’s discuss it using the brainwaves model we learned in the 5-day workshop.

Or the tri-gunas

Two types of brain waves are involved in this process, namely :

Theta 4-9 Hz produced during meditation, mental imagery and relaxation and
Delta 0-4 Hz produced during Deep meditation.

Sometimes during meditation in our attempt to tap into the unconscious which is by going to delta we pass through the theta frequency and sleep takes over.

PLRT is done at Delta frequency but the continuous instructions from the
therapist keep the client active and thus due to alternating between Delta
and Beta the client is able to integrate the experiences and does not slip
into sleep .


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