Bill Harris personal vibration: 195
Holosync free disc: 399
Holosync whole program: 230
Holosync as methodology and theory: 240
truth value: 195
Holosync is a mechanical operation, a lot like breathing, that may leave you with permanent improvement of your machine, your brain.
It did that for me, and I am forever grateful.
The program clocks at 295, and is a great starting program for the ambitious.
I used it until I met it’s originator, Bill Harris. After a short disagreement, I swore I wasn’t going to use it again, Bill’s vibration was so low, and his mind so closed.
But that should not stop you. If you can tolerate the annoying thai singing bowls “music” masking the active and operative sound frequencies, you’ll love it.
I have written in another article, but repeat it here: the holosync technology works on several principles: 1. that the brain handles different frequency through the two ears in a funny way: in an effort to get to a unified sound, it starts to vibrate at the mathematical difference of the two vibration. Now, whether this is true at every pitch or not, I don’t know, but this technology designs the two pitches to have a difference of a low number.
At that low vibration the brain can be shaken loose, and get damaged, but the second principle kicks in, just in time to save the brain: the second law of thermodynamics: that higher organisms reorganize themselves on a higher level, instead of entropy, at a certain point.
So, your brain, when threatened with its own demise, activates syntaxes that make it deal with the low physical vibration of the difference between the two sounds, and those activated syntaxes make your brain a vastly superior machine, where you can see the world more fully, from more than just a narrow point of view of one modality, as if you could see more than one side of the coin… which means a lot of the mistakes, a lot of the confusion, a lot of the intolerance disappear, and you can have more, be more, do more, love more, enjoy more in life.
Coming up next: Case Study #10: Quantum Thought Shifting