First, I have to say that I’m surprised to find that (neuro)feedback on meditation can help. I’ve been meditating for years (often struggling), but when using Muse, there seems to be a difference in finding the right ‘spot’ in the meditation.
However, what I find confusing is that I often get audio feedback that seems to be a mishmash of the different states; for example I’m almost always hearing the stormy weather (Beach soundscape), but sometimes mixed with calm water and/or birds. Is this normal, or are the sounds supposed to be more seperated?
When I practice longer, the stormy weather seems to be getting less, but I still hear it more than I would think from the graphs that I see after the practice. I’ve included a small graph that shows a typical session (albeit just a short one).