Vibrational Review: 1/14/2012
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.
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In this article I intend to show that all man-made disciplines separate you from the Creator. This is true for Kabbalah as well. Though I love Kabbalah, and can thank a lot to it… if delivers itself as a go-between, that reduces the risk of the Original Design.
Seven years ago, right after my incident with the free holosync cd, my friend Nancy called me to join her at Barnes and Noble.
When Nancy calls I jump. She has never driven me astray.
Turned out she found a book, The 72 Names Of God, that I found fascinating. I went home and ordered it online, and checked out the Kabbalah Centre’s website.
Later that week an Israeli guy with heavy accent called me from the Centre and suggested that I buy the 23 volume book, The Zohar, for what it can do to me: protect me from harm.
I ordered the book in payments, remember I was still not working because of my brain damage.
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I first participated in what is now called Landmark Education back in 1985.
I lived in an immigration hostel, I worked as an architect and town planner in Jerusalem and I was miserable.
In quick succession two Russian immigrants killed themselves: I knew and liked them both. One of them was so determined that she manage to hang herself from the window bars, even though the parapet of the window was only about 20 inches…
I was going to be next. Except that someone invited me to something on this Wednesday evening.
As soon as the presenter started to speak I recognized it. Two years earlier I went to one of those, signed up, but in the hostel a New Yorker friend of mine told me: You are stupid. I will do it for you for much less. I’ll yell at you, won’t let you go to the bathroom, for much less. OK, I said and I withdrew. But he didn’t mean it, and I didn’t catch what the company was, and I didn’t know how to sign back up.
So, here I was, on the precipice of that same thing, the savior, the thing that was going to save me. I signed up for a class that started next day, in Haifa, where I knew no one and made sure I didn’t tell anyone in the building what I was going to do.
The course was called Communication Workshop, and it was in Hebrew. It took me till the morning of the third day to understand a whole sentence… lol. But, as you’ll see, what you understand is not why you are there.
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