The Last Dragonfly is a perfect music for concentraion and for calming children and teenagers. Playing it in the background, will improve concentration and will allow better focus.
What I found with some teenagers and adults was their minds were racing so much they didn’t have the patience to listen to any of the calming Alphamusic CD’s. So I thought, why not meet them on their ground, by matching their energy and sometimes even anger? Introducing a radically different style of music we call AlphRTrans™ Music. This album meets them on their ground, then gradually track by track we transform the anger, to humour, to tender caring and focus. The ideal gift for your teenage child or someone with a hyperactive/ADHD child.
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Reported Listener Benefits
* Focus and concentration improved
* More patience for studying
* Calming the mood
* Lowering stress and anxiety levels
* Reduces hyperactivity
* Great for school breaks
* calming children
* natural ADHD aid
Composer and pianist, John Levine, based this work on the centuries–old use of pentatonic and lydian scales. Musical tension builds up slowly with no rush or rough discords. The spherical sounds can bring you to an alpha state within 4 minutes.
John Levine has vast experience as a composer and as a teacher of meditation. He believes that music has a powerful effect on the brain and can be designed to induce specific positive changes in mood and behaviour.
I was shocked and amazed at the same time. My hyperactive son stopped screaming and was lying on the sofa, sleeping.The things that John told me about his studies on brain activity and the influence of his music are now a fascinating subject to me. It really works. My hyperactive son stopped screaming and was lying on the sofa, sleeping.
Tracey Nicholls - hyperactive children
Working with difficult students demands patience and understanding. Being a special needs teacher you have to give all your heart to your dependant. The situation is very different and far more specialised than teaching students or people who don’t require that much attention. Teachers andclassroom assistants I have to find the right way to get students focused, interested and cooperative. I am always looking for resources to help in my classes and the music is always very important to me. Before I started using Alphamusic, I played my students classical music and although they showed signs of listening to the music, they were not calmed down by it, and if anything, they were very talkative and didn’t pay attention particularly well. Before Alphamusic it was sometimes very hard for me to teach these students, requiring me to give a lot of myself to each of the learners so that it became very draining emotionally, and I often ended each day feeling unwell or with a headache. But since the day I started using John’s Alphamusic all my difficulties have disappeared. After each repeated session of this kind, I felt rejuvenated and relaxed, whereas it had been very hard to achieve that kind of state previously. All the students are always quiet with Alphamusic and listening to me intently.
Ann Tubridy, a special needs teacher
Right from the outset, I wasn’t disappointed with John’s music and it started to work almost immediately. My anxiety symptoms including periods of short, rapid breathing began to return to normal. People should be aware that they can find simple, inexpensive solutions to their problems.
Rut Parsons - anxiety