This is the forum for all who are interested in the theory of what may happen to consciousness at the point of death as explained in the books 'Is There Life After Death - The Extraordinary Science Of What Happens When You Die' and The Daemon.
Elew wrote:I don't know, I think it's pretty cool that a therapist would like to use your music, and finds it helpful...I like the first track, and some of the others. I can tell you which when they have names. But I would like to hear the full versions when you have them complete...they would be good for meditating.
I am not sure what fractal reverberation is. Maybe my boyfriend knows though.
I am interested in sounds that effect the vibrational state, which is then noticed, by the mind.
I have this thing that happens. When it begins, I feel agitated, and then sounds change...from there, it becomes this pressure in the sides of my head, not pain, just pressure...but if I touch with my hands the places where the pressure is, then it hurts...but if I press pretty hard, then the pressure goes away.
And then it moves along, and it becomes hard to see. Not like blackout, or seeing things...but difficult to focus. So if you were standing there next to me, I could see your face, but not be able to focus on the features.
There is more to it than that, like sometimes there becomes this humming in the front of my head, and some other things.
But my boyfriend, was able to create the exact blend of sounds, that triggered all of this to happen. It was the first time that there was something so specific, that we could see exactly what it was.
Now, he is altering it slowly, and by process of elimination, we can find out which exact blend of sounds moves me into this state.
People speak about binaural beats, but what we have noticed, is that we live in binaural beats. Stand between two running car engines, each with it's own sounds, and what htz is running through you?
Between a loud computer, and a fan...
Between a refridgerator, and a light fixture.
What happens in the body when the power goes out? For me, there is a huge sense of relief. My whole head and body just relax.
But anyways, where I am going with this, is that with binaural beats, instead of using them to entrain all of the time...I like to be able to hear them, and not go into them also.It is much harder to do, but it is a very good exercise, because we are pretty continuously in binaural sounds.
Those are the kinds of things I work with, which is why I started doing the humming...
That is pretty cool too, that you do do different kinds of music. I would like to hear them when you have time to finish them.
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