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Quote from: Dreamshards on December 04, 2012, 01:23:11Damnit I really wish I could afford the laxman! I have OBE's through my dream state but also have a huge problem getting into a trance or even meditating. It use to come fairly easy to me and now after being a single mom working fifty hours a week I can't get my mind to shut up without falling asleep.
Quote from: Dreamshards on December 04, 2012, 13:25:23I have been doing various research on light machines. I still want to do way more research before putting a few hundred bucks down for one, but for the time being I downloaded a biofeedback program called neuro programmer. Since you can customize the theta, beta, and alpha waves of a session: where should I start. If I'm trying to get myself into a trance to have an OBE then what waves should I have more of-if that makes since. I'm going to try it out tonight or set my alarm to get up early to try out a session. I have used bin aural beats before but I hope this has more of an effect on me.
Quote from: AteBits on December 06, 2012, 05:55:54Lionheart: You still use the Laxman and if not, why?
Quote from: Dreamshards on December 07, 2012, 01:21:21Yes, but it sucks that you can not try it out before purchasing it, especially in America. You just have to take people's word on it (and there isn't many).
Quote from: Lionheart on December 07, 2012, 01:36:27 It's not going to do all the work for you though. What it will do is take you 100% away from your physical focus. What you do when that happens is still up to you. It's just a shortcut for part of the process. But the sensations it creates are hard to put into words!
Quote from: eskimoswim on December 08, 2012, 19:01:36i can only afford a less expensive one but most others looks so cheap (and not worth the price) in comparison to the laxman