Acciouly, Centerpointe Research Institute convinced
me of their uniqeness, and I don't know any other company
than Centerpointe and the Monroe Institute that sells this
kind of technology. I shall investigate Monroe's Hemi-sync more
properly, but I doubt their technology can be much better
than the Holosync technology. (Prize might be lower, though.)
Centerpointe uses Silent Subliminal personal affirmations in
their 12 levels following the Awakening Prolog.
My main reason for purchasing Holosync, was not of spiritual
lines, but because of that I was tired of dysfunctional feelings,
and because I wanted brain-syncronization, better mental
ability and clearity...and stuff like that. I realized though,
that this developes everthing! Bill Harris'(president) litterature
became a window on eastern religions, which I have gotten a
larger interest on now. So much came together with Holosync,
and I am very greatful for finding it. After listening it
in the evening, I feel like a peek-performancer. Thinking gets
Holosync is, like Sahlyn said, not for
the meditation-experience, but for the effects of it.
Centerpointe made me believe that the Monroe Institute's programs
are more about the experience. I copied this from
the address Sahlyn wrote:
"We have many ex-Monroe people in our program, and they all tell us what we have is light years beyond what the Monroe Institute is doing. Once you experience it for yourself I think you'll agree, too.
I don't intend any of this to be a put-down of the Monroe Institute, whose tapes are very good. Bob Monroe was a pioneer in this field and we all owe him a lot. We just believe we've taken things to a whole new level."
"they all tell us what we have is light years beyond what the Monroe Institute is doing" Sounds like propaganda, but there must be some
truth to it, reckon?
MJ-12: Yes, your brain improoves, and that a lot.
If the brain just got used to the technology, and nothing
more happend, why create the technology?!
I am not sure if you are asking if I can meditate without
Holosync, or if you can meditate when you are not using it,
so I'll answer them both.
Not to mention the difficult for beginning meditators
to go deep, I found it very difficult to make meditation
a daily habbit. I just didn't meditate very much with
traditional meditation. But with Holosync, it is almost
to easy, and you also go very deep... I can imagine
traditional meditators being upset that this technology
exists, and that they find it unspiritual or something.
Hard feelings about a technology, which can make
everyone enjoy the benefits of meditation(accelerative
such) is crayzy! They should try Holosync, so that they
no longer have to be prisoned in their envy!
"I tried it and I didn't like it. I like normal meditation better.
After listening to the sample on the internet my brain felt numb...not stimulated."
It is not about what you feel under the Holosync-meditation,
but what is happening. Also, how you feel under the meditation
isn't always the same. It doesn't matter how you feel or what
you think: The meditation is caused by the sound-technology,
and not by that you are focusing on you breathing or a mantra
or whatever. If you don't feel deep, it doesn't matter.
If your mind is full of thoughts, it doesn't matter. What
matters is that you use it!
(The headphones can make you feel numb.)
So, it is not about the experience, but about the effects of it.
The experience can be great, though.