Binaural Dream

Sanj started his career supporting research at SETI. It was during his time working at radio astronomy laboratories that he began contemplating consciousness through the lens of resonance and vibration. After graduating from UC Berkeley with a degree in Astrophysics, Sanj went on to spend the next 10 years working as a sound designer, composer, and app developer. Sanj created Binaural Dream to explore how psychoacoustics and music can be used to help us relax, recharge, and heal.


Scheduled Workshops

  • Lucid Dream with Binaural Beats and Isochronic Tones

    60 min | The Summit

    Synchronized vibrations are at the heart of human consciousness.  Mastering the brain’s relationship with vibration can help unlock our ability to focus, relax, and even lucid dream.  In this sound listening experience, we’ll explore how isochronic tones, binaural beats and meditation can be used to open our hearts and heal.

    The word “binaural” means relating to or used by both ears. “Binaural beats” describes a change in brain activity while listening to two slightly different tones in stereo. The brain hears a beating tone at the rate of the difference between the tones, not the actual tones themselves. NIH backed research has demonstrated that this phenomenon can entrain the brain into brainwave states associated with deep relaxation, mindfulness, and even transcendent states.