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........

love n light 2 you all!


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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

  • The beta brainwave is the predominant frequency when we are fully awake and alert.
  • Active awareness directed to the outer world.
  • Beta brainwaves are present during stress, paranoia, worry, fear, and anxiety.
  • They are also present during hunger, depression, irritability, and moodiness.
  • Insomnia is the result of producing excessive beta brainwaves.
  • Associated with excessive "mental chatter" and self-destructive impulses.
  • Too much time in the beta state weakens the immune system.
  • Beta brainwaves make up much of our conscious mind.

Alpha Brainwave Frequencies: 7-13 Hz

  • The alpha state is where meditation and relaxation begins.
  • We start to encounter the wealth of effortless creativity flowing just beneath our conscious state.
  • Awake but deeply relaxed.
  • Studies have shown the alpha state has been associated with "peak performance." Elite athletes produce alpha brainwaves prior to concentrated performance (shooting a free throw, hitting an important golf shot). Amateur athletes produce more of the anxious beta brainwaves.
  • In the alpha state we learn, process, memorize and recollect large sums of information fast and with peak effectiveness.
  • Highly creative people have been shown to have "bursts" of alpha brainwaves when they have good ideas.
  • Alpha brainwaves are thought to make the brain "act young" again.
  • In the alpha state fears, habits, and phobias begin to melt away.
  • Alpha brainwaves bring an effortless sense of comfort, peace, and harmony.
  • Best for "super learning".
  • The alpha state is the first layer of our subconscious mind.
  • A gateway to deeper states of awareness.

Theta Brainwave Frequencies: 4-7 Hz

  • Theta brainwaves become prominent when we go deeper into meditation and relaxation—almost trance-like.
  • Here, brain activity decelerates to the threshold of the sleep stage.
  • One of the more indescribable and wonderful realms we can explore.
  • The theta state produces flashes of creative visualization through vivid imagery.
  • In this state we feel much more open and connected to other people.
  • People often report a feeling of floating while producing theta brainwaves.
  • Theta brainwaves are thought to bring out a person’s dormant extrasensory perception (ESP) skills.
  • The theta state heightens problem-solving skills.
  • Having dominant theta brainwaves are correlated with insight and intuition.
  • Theta brainwaves bring inspired thought and increased motivation.
  • Sometimes long-forgotten memories come to the surface.
  • Children have strong theta brainwaves, which helps to explain their superior ability to learn.
  • Theta is briefly experienced as we climb out of the depths of delta upon waking, or when falling asleep.
  • The theta state is the deeper sub-conscious to super- conscious part of the mind.

Delta Brainwave Frequencies: 0-4 Hz

  • The delta state is associated with "no thinking" during deep, dreamless sleep.
  • Although a difficult state to entrain, delta brainwaves are very rewarding.
  • Delta is said to be the entrance to non-physical states of reality.
  • A crucial state for renewal, healing, and rejuvenation.
  • The immune system strengthens in the delta state.
  • The delta state is the unconscious/super-conscious part of our mind. alt text

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asked 11 Apr '11, 15:58

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TReb Bor yit-NE

edited 11 Apr '11, 19:58

barry how did you add the pic?

(11 Apr '11, 19:05) TReb Bor yit-NE

@TReb Bor yit-NE, To add an image, edit your original posting. Then click the sixth button from the left on the toolbar above your message. Then add the url to the picture you wish to display

(11 Apr '11, 19:14) Barry Allen ♦♦

thank you, i have been trying for a long time to do this! is there a spicific sharing site thats better?

(11 Apr '11, 19:23) TReb Bor yit-NE

You don't need to set up an account with a sharing site unless you really want to make sure that the picture is always available. You can just link directly to a picture on another site. As long as that site keeps its picture available, it will continue to appear on IQ

(11 Apr '11, 19:26) Barry Allen ♦♦

ok thank you agian, i also want to truly thank you soooo much for opining this fourum, this is a great place to learn and teach great things, ty sooo much and may love n light be with u :-)

(11 Apr '11, 19:35) TReb Bor yit-NE

Thank you, TReb Bor yit-NE. Though it is the people who contribute to this forum who make it what it is

(11 Apr '11, 21:26) Barry Allen ♦♦

Im a newbie here so please excuse errors in posting or what have you.

@Rob...I just recently found the EquiSync site myself and am very curious if it could help me...I just posted a question referencing it today before reading this post titled “has anyone tried EEG neurofeedback therapy"?

I would love to hear about your experience with the system. I am definitely in a funk that has lasted way too long, causing physical manifestations and need some kind of help to get out of it permanently!!

(26 Feb '12, 10:55) glamazon

@glamazon basically my experience is very hard to put in 500 chairacters. If ud like to speak to me about this my skype name is treb_bor_yit-ne

(23 Feb '13, 13:12) TReb Bor yit-NE

@Treb "sound wave meditations, hemi-sync gateway" yes intriguing ... whole brain in uni-son gateway

(19 Mar '13, 11:47) ru bis

@ru bis yes, come see me if u wish to find some good ones too. here is link to my personal guided one. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8w05Kn-iAh4

(26 Mar '13, 17:20) TReb Bor yit-NE

@Treb i've just tried the video; such a beautiful meditation, it reminds me of a state that i spontaneously reached many years ago, it was about 2 months after the death of my father ... i woke up one morning and had the impression that the room was full of water and i was breathing under water just as an aquatic animal, it was rather pleasant, i'll continue practicing your video for a while, thanks rob

(27 Mar '13, 11:19) ru bis

@ru bis sorry for not seeing the comment before, absolutely, I hope it helps. LOVE

(29 Jun '13, 11:58) TReb Bor yit-NE
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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.

You did not come forth to put your brain on pause


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...

In the future, everyone will be world-famous for 15 minutes

...should be reworded to...

In the future, everyone will meditate for just 15 minutes



answered 12 Apr '11, 10:19

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edited 12 Apr '11, 17:30

but a lot of teachings in the Master Key System recommends up to 30minutes... I know you have been through the system so what are your opinions regarding that?

(14 Apr '11, 11:44) kakaboo

Yes, I have been through the Master Key System and it is a very valuable book. The thing to bear in mind though is that the book was written in the early 1900's for different vibrational times. The times we live in now are quite different - the information we have vibrational access to is now expressed in an even clearer way (because we are ready to hear it more) and the increased vibrational levels on this planet mean that results manifest much more quickly. So, it is a great book to start with - especially if you have a Christian-type background (which I don't) - but times have moved on

(14 Apr '11, 13:09) Stingray

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

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thats great! maybey you can bennifit from our experiment! its alot of meditation! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1vnSWcWZxBY

(11 Apr '11, 19:21) TReb Bor yit-NE

i added the graphs on the post if u want tos ee the effects

(11 Apr '11, 20:05) TReb Bor yit-NE

I've also been using Holosync for about 2 1/2 yrs and have found it beneficial in quieting that monkey mind and it has definitely enhanced my meditation practice and helped increase my awareness :)

(12 Apr '11, 16:42) Michaela

It was actually you who gave me the encouragement to continue! Last year on another thread, I complained of it being of no help to me, and your posting was that it indeed was beneficial. I got to thinking I would keep trying to see what happened; and after all, I had paid for the CD's. So I kept it up and now I am liking them so much and don't feel my day is complete without my Holosync time. The benefits are now suddenly clear as well. Thanks!

(13 Apr '11, 06:15) LeeAnn 1
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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.



answered 12 Apr '11, 03:38

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Wade Casaldi

edited 20 May '20, 02:41

Ahahaha. Just a couple of days ago I had a sudden urge to find the site linked above but as much as I tried I couldn't recall it or find it following my "threads" of how I found it the first time. Then I saw this thread and still didn't see it...and now the comment drew me to Wades post. So thank you blubird and thank you Wade. :P

(27 Feb '12, 01:04) Liam

and thank you me >.>

(27 Feb '12, 01:05) Liam

@wade Casaldi This is what I suggested to you last night, for Jai to try, if she hadn't already. I guess Jai had no luck using sound waves? That surprises me...

(27 Feb '12, 01:46) ele
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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.



answered 20 Feb '13, 23:00

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edited 20 Feb '13, 23:01

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Barry Allen ♦♦

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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