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    I listened to, kL3z, to entrain delta binaural waves in my brain.

    I used stereo headphones and I gave it my full attention.

    And I was rewarded with a long lasting hypnotic trance.

    It is as though I am completely focused on one spot but I can see everything - I found it relaxing and enjoyable.

    I have also downloaded a plug-in for Audacity which will enable me to make binaural recordings of my own.

    I am also thinking of buying a pair of binaural microphones to record music, particularly live concerts, on my Aiwa F 80 digital recorder.

    I like trance whether it is hypnotic trance or meditative trance.

    And I was surprised to discover that trance is a normal part of everyone's daily life, but it is invisible and taken for granted.

    It is as though the everyday is infused with magic we can neither see nor feel.

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    I'm going to look into this. I need to learn how to still my mind.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 01011010 View Post
    I'm going to look into this. I need to learn how to still my mind.
    I understand you can't still your mind directly but you can easily still your mind indirectly.

    One indirect method is muscle relaxation.

    You can consciously relax your muscles one by one from your forehead to your toes.

    And as you consciously relax your muscles one by one, your mind will follow suit.

    I need to fully relax my muscles one by one about three times to reach the fullness of the mind relaxation.

    And I need to do it every second day to maintain my relaxed mind.

    I learnt how to do this in a book called, "Relief Without Drugs", by Anslie Mears.

    And it works.

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    I tried that a few years ago. It's really neat. Never kept up with it though. I once played ping-pong after doing this and definitely had a temporary boost in focus; for about 10 minutes or so I was scoring above-my-normal until the effects wore off. My playing partner was impressed (though he didn't know I was listening to the binaural beats beforehand)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Victor View Post
    I learnt how to do this in a book called, "Relief Without Drugs", by Anslie Mears.

    And it works.
    Interesting. I will pick it up soon. Thank you for the info.

    Quote Originally Posted by spirilis View Post
    I tried that a few years ago. It's really neat. Never kept up with it though. I once played ping-pong after doing this and definitely had a temporary boost in focus; for about 10 minutes or so I was scoring above-my-normal until the effects wore off. My playing partner was impressed (though he didn't know I was listening to the binaural beats beforehand)
    Awesome!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Victor View Post
    I listened to, kL3z, to entrain delta binaural waves in my brain.

    I used stereo headphones and I gave it my full attention.
    I clicked it and attempted to do the same. It seemed suitably lulling input to accomplish this at first, and then came the buffering interruptions. :steam:
    "The people can always be brought to the bidding of the leaders. That is easy. All you have to do is tell them that they are being attacked and denounce the peacemakers for lack of patriotism, and exposing the country to danger. It works the same in any country."
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    Quote Originally Posted by kuranes View Post
    I clicked it and attempted to do the same. It seemed suitably lulling input to accomplish this at first, and then came the buffering interruptions. :steam:
    Perhaps you could wait until it is fully loaded before you press 'play'.

    In that way you avoid the buffering interruptions.

    Then you just copy it to your hard disk and you can play it whenever you want.

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    The link's working today. I'll try it out later.
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    I use this one:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Victor View Post
    I learnt how to do this in a book called, "Relief Without Drugs", by Anslie Mears.
    Relief of What, please.

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