I have used the Hemi-Sync Gateway Experience to open myself up and I truly believe that this helped me with my channeling.
Now that i use those techniques i use the Equi-sync. Have any of you ever used them and what was their results? Do you truly believe in this technology?
If any of you are interested in using them, contact me.
These are some facts pulled from this site and if you want to look at the graphs please do on this page........
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Your brain has nerve cells that fire electrical signals and oscillate in distinctive arrangements called brainwave patterns. These patterns are closely connected to your thoughts, emotions, moods, biological chemistry, everything you do, and really, everything you are.
Because Equisync guides you into different brainwave states, it is helpful to understand the different frequencies and how they contribute to your state of consciousness. Since most of us spend our days in the beta state, Equisync excludes the beta brainwave frequencies, and includes only those responsible for the most beneficial brainwave states, physically and metaphysically: alpha, theta, and delta.
Beta Brainwave Frequencies: 13-40 Hz
Alpha Brainwave Frequencies: 7-13 Hz
Theta Brainwave Frequencies: 4-7 Hz
Delta Brainwave Frequencies: 0-4 Hz
I've tried both HoloSync and LifeFlow for a bit of time: LifeFlow - a Holosync alternative : What are your experiences?
I think these sound technologies are useful. I certainly felt some effect from using them.
But my objection to them is the time investment involved. With HoloSync, it seemed that one started off with 30 minutes a day and then built up to one hour a day (or longer).
I've always been a bit of a rebel when it comes to meditating. Many of the spiritual people I've met seem to meditate happily for fairly lengthy periods. For as long as I can remember, I start getting restless around the 15 minute mark though I did train myself for a while to reach around 20 minutes. I always felt like I was just wasting time trying to stay in a meditative state beyond those periods.
Over the past year or so especially, I've started attracting information that suggested that this 15 minute time period might be significant.
Firstly, I came across a number of Abraham recordings where they suggested that meditating for longer periods was unnecessary.
Then I came across Bashar mentioning in 15 Minutes and Counting that the 15 minute time period was the optimum period for doing meditation/vibrational work because that was the exact length of time it took for a vibrational change to take hold.
Then I came across Abraham's latest Vortex meditations CD (which is what I use these days in preference to the sound technology) which are exactly...15 minutes long :)
Plus my own vibrational molding experiments using my vibrational spreadsheet (in conjunction with the Focus Blocks method, especially the advanced version of it) seem to result in about 15 minutes being the average time for moving yourself from outside the Vortex to firmly inside.
So, coming back to your question, I did use LifeFlow regularly for a couple of weeks because there was less of a time investment, but I still only used it up to about 15 minutes or so, instead of the longer recommended time...and I did find it useful...but I wasn't willing to invest the recommended longer time periods in a meditative state.
Perhaps Andy Warhol's insightful quote...
...should be reworded to...
I've been using HOLOSYNC for almost 2 years now. I admit I fall off of the wagon from time to time, but on a reasonably regular basis. Often, I fall asleep, and most of the time I feel not much benefit, but just recently after all of this time, I felt a sort of breakthrough and feel much better about it...that it is helping me. Everyone is different and maybe it just took me longer to benefit......(probably my head is made of granite LOL) ..... I am less reactive, have better ideas, am sleeping better, losing my temper less often (especially while driving) and my mediatations are much more meaningful and helpful. I definitely feel motivated to continue now. I have stopped feeling as if it's a chore. Worth a try for sure......I believe the Holosync CD's do use Equisync but I am checking; in any case they take you through the brain waves as you described.
answered 11 Apr '11, 19:19
I have used Dane Spotts Ultra Meditation CDs for years, way back when Mind Tek was Zygon (1980s). These CDs take you very deep into meditation. Now I use the X Mind series meditation CDs from Dane Spotts.
These CDs take you very deep they use Hemisync sound waves and they use ELF waves to take you very deep, there are programing CDs if you like or just sound depending on what you would like to meditate with.
These are the Ultra Meditation series http://www.mind-tek.com/ultrameditation.html#UM1
This link you can download samples http://www.mind-tek.com/introduction.html#mind-tek-brain-supercharger-sample-downloads
Unfortunately those links are dead unless you use them in the Wayback machine.
Here is a link to many of the meditation cds I used to listen to, these are on youtube.
I like Equisync better than Holosync, but that's just my opinion. To me Equisync is just more dynamic with there results. I can definitely feel a difference...kinda like something just switched on in my mind.
I've been experimenting with the different sound waves while studying. I found some helpful youtube videos from the channel binauralbrainwave. So far, they are helping with my concentration and focus.
I would like to try the theta for meditation.
I don't if the Abraham Hicks CD, "Getting into the vortex", has any of these soundwaves while Esther speaks. But, whenever I play it as I lay down to sleep, I never finish it. I'm asleep before it ends! :-) Very relaxing.
answered 21 Feb '13, 08:54
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