The human brain is undoubtedly a mind-boggling biological wonder that has been subjected to extensive research through science as well as philosophy, yet it is impossible to conclude that we have learned everything about it. Each day, as we delve deeper into the workings of the human brain, we learn new ways of using it to live better. Biological research has no doubt come a long way in the past few decades – we know more about how we can engage certain parts of our brain to work better and achieve higher productivity. A rather interesting area of brain research started with Robert Monroe’s discovery in the 1960s when he found that a part of the brain called the olivary nucleusbegins to resonate in the presence of a binaural beat. This phenomenon is also referred to as brainwave entertainment.