This program brings the user down to a low Alpha state, at 8.5 Hz. This is a deeper program than the “Daydream” meditation, but high enough that inexperienced users should have no problem using it.
This program also uses a technique called Dissociation which is particularly useful for people who are restless and have trouble relaxing.
Dissociative Programs can only be used with Headphones. Dissociation is defined as a mental state where all thoughts, worries, feelings and even time/space drifts from consciousness. Dissociation happens naturally whenever you are immersed in a movie, a good book or daydream, but can also be induced artificially using a number of modern Hemisphere-specific brainwave stimulation techniques.
In a Dissociative program, slightly different stimulation is given to each brain hemisphere. The phase, modulation and pulse rates of the left and right sides will be slightly different, and will change over time. Most of the time, the 2 sides combine later to form a single cohesive stimulant near the end of the initial downward ramp of the program. Others will continue the dissociation throughout the entire program.
Use this program in a quiet, comfortable place, free of distraction, in a chair or lying down. After starting the program, close your eyes and relax.
Headphones are required.
During the session you should remain as calm and relaxed as possible. Refer to the Relaxation Guide in the documentation for more information.