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We all experience many states of consciousness, from ordinary waking and sleeping states to extraordinary states in which we are more at peace, particularly aware, or unusually creative. Each of these states has a unique pattern of brainwaves that can be mapped and measured. Brainwave Suite uses inaudible pulses of sound, based on these brain maps, to trigger your brain to produce the state you want to experience.

The program was created by sound and healing pioneer Dr. Jeffrey Thompson, whose innovative work is based on over 20 years of clinical research and is used by health-care professionals in 26 countries. Discover how you can enhance artistic inspiration, release physcial tension, stimulate concentration and foster more intimate communication.

Please note: This is a non-verbal meditation program.

©1998 Dr. Jeffrey Thompson (P)2010 The Relaxation Company

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Creepy, Disturbing & Disruptive

Have to agree with others who found the overlaid soundtrack on this particular brainwave audio very disturbing and, at times, creepy -- music punctuated at times with sucking marshy sounds and what, to me, sounded like terrifying prehistoric prey-birds. There are all kinds of brainwave "entrainment" recordings on The Internets, some overlaid with music, some with nature sounds. For any of these to work (and, for me, they appear to), the listener must be able to relax into the audio. I'm a Neil Gaiman fan and all, but a brainwave session shouldn't leave the listener jumping out of their skin and wanting to dive for cover. Sorry I wasted the $$$.

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