5 HOURS 36 MINUTES - ASTRAL TRAVEL - MEDITATIONS
What you'll learn
- Deep Relaxation
- Improve Sleep, Memory , Strength, and other Natural skills
- Awaken Third Eye
- Learn how to Astral Travel
The Gateway Experience® In-Home Training Series is dedicated to developing, exploring and applying expanded and altered states of awareness. This popular series was developed directly from the world famous Gateway Voyage®. Beginning with Discovery, there are six “albums” called “Waves of Change.” Each Wave (3 CDs, 6 exercises) contains special Hemi-Sync® exercises designed to gently lead the listener into profound states of altered consciousness. While in such states, one has available a broader range of perceptions with which to solve problems, develop creativity or obtain guidance.
In addition to achieving altered states of consciousness in which perception comes into another reality, are these special recordings designed for training conditions favorable to leave the physical body, and thus the possibility realize astral travel and out of body experiences. English is a out-of-body state termed as OBE, sometimes OOBE - Out of Body Experience.
Extracorporeal experience maybe come maybe not. You may enjoy experiences outside the physical body, maybe not. Out of Body experiences can not be guaranteed. Your ability to feel extracorporeal experiences may depend on many factors that are unique to each individual. But the Gateway Experience® is designed to make you gently introduced into deep states of expanded consciousness and contribute to the development of your human potential on many levels and perhaps even come Out of body Experience.
Each album is progressive in nature, building on the tools and techniques from the previous albums. Therefore, the albums must be used sequentially. The Gateway Experience Guidance Manuals, included with each Wave, prepare you for these exercises which help you to know and better understand your Inner Self so you might enjoy a more fulfilling life.
The Gateway Experience® albums contain verbal guidance in English! Similarly, also enclosed instructions for exercises are in English!
You probably already know that meditation has been clinically shown to help relieve anxiety, aid sleep, increase concentration, reduce depression and provide numerous therapeutic benefits. The wealth of independent clinical research on the effects of meditation, not to mention the amount of attention it gets in media and from wellness gurus like Gwyneth Paltrow and Amanda Chantal Bacon, make a pretty convincing argument for why it will probably help with issues you’re dealing with (and improve your overall quality of life).
Don’t Be Scared
Even knowing all this, meditating can seem as intimidating as levitating if you don’t know where to start. Chances are, if you’re dealing with the stress of juggling work, a social life, and a million other worries, you don’t have the time to sit cross-legged in silence while you try to figure it out. If you’re a chronic multi-tasker with a diagnosis of A.D.D., like me, the idea of sitting still for that long is anxiety-inducing in itself. If bingeing on Netflix with a bottle of Pinot isn’t giving you the relief you need in the moment, or the long-term balance you seek, it’s probably worth investigating your alternatives.
The Sounds of Silence
Before I started meditating, I resented hearing it discussed in pop culture as a panacea for everything – it’s not that I didn’t believe it would help me, it just seemed remote and inaccessible. What I didn’t know was that I didn’t have to drastically change my lifestyle and have a formal meditation practice to experience the short- and long-term benefits of meditation. All I had to do was listen.
Hearing is Believing
My introduction to meditation was through sound. I had agreed to try a few mindfulness exercises with my therapist, though I was skeptical that it would take. I started with trying to hear and distinguish all of the layers of sound I could hear at any given moment – while walking, in waiting rooms, wherever. I’m no scientist – I can’t explain to you how or why this technique was so effective in familiarizing and making me comfortable with the basics of meditation; all I can tell you is that I, too, have joined the ranks of those annoying people who tout meditation as a cure-all. I got into Hemi-Sync® because sound has always worked as an anchor for me, and now I feel like it is fully integrated into my routine. I can put on a pair of headphones while doing dishes or opening emails, listen to binaural beats, and experience a feeling of serenity and balance that I once doubted was possible.
We wish to dedicate this paper to Robert A. Monroe: a man whose love and compassion for humanity have forever changed and expanded the definition of human consciousness.
Bilateral hemispheric synchronization is a phenomenon which has been attracting the attention of researchers and clinicians for sometime. It has been approximately thirty years since a number of studies showed that adept meditators tended to bring about a state of phasic hemispheric synchrony while in deep meditation (see Carrington, 1977). In a classic and often cited study, Banquet (1973) demonstrated that advanced TM meditators could indeed achieve total brain synchrony after minutes of repeating a mantra. However, even in adept meditators the dominant brain-wave frequency in which the state of synchrony takes place is almost impossible to predict and/or control.
Banquet (1973) suggested that during meditation a greater equalization of the functioning of the hemispheres tends to take place. This relative shift in hemispheric dominance (from left-brain dominance to whole-brain dominance) may result in therapeutic effects which are likely to enhance mind-body integration and overall improvements in physical and emotional health. Because of a reduction in cognitive activities during moments of whole brain synchrony, it is believed that negative thinking, self-punitive thoughts and excessive worrying are apt to slow down and consequently a reduction in cognitive anxiety is experienced (Carrington, 1977; Sadigh,1991; Schwartz, Davidson, & Goleman, 1978).
Delmonte (1984) suggested that creative intelligence requires the synthesis and collaboration of both the analytic and the spatial/intuitive halves of the brain. Again, it appears that this left-brain-right-brain synthesis can be achieved almost at will by adept meditators, especially those who practice TM.
Green and Green (1989) believed that long term biofeedback and relaxation training resulted in a harmonious relationship between the two hemispheres which facilitated control of the autonomic nervous system. This control can especially be helpful in the treatment of a variety of stress related and psychosomatic disorders. The authors also suggested that such states of bilateral synchrony may indeed bring about positive changes in psychophysical health as well as therapeutic alterations in underlying personality characteristics which may interfere with healthy growth and development.
Ornstein and Thompson (1984) criticized the Western emphasis on intelligence in terms of written or spoken word. They believed that perhaps the reason we have difficulties expanding our standards of education is because of this overemphasis on the potentials and abilities of the analytic/verbal brain. Studies investigating whole-brain synthesis clearly suggest that human knowledge, intelligence, and well being may very well be achieved as the two brains begin to function as one–in unison and in synchrony. Table 1 summarizes some of the documented characteristics of the two hemispheres.
“We all are so deeply interconnected; we have no option but to love all. Be kind and do good for any one and that will be reflected. The ripples of the kind heart are the highest blessings of the Universe.”
—Amit Ray, Yoga and Vipassana: An Integrated Life Style
Matters of the heart are often thought of in terms of romantic liaisons, especially during the valentine month of February. But there is an ideal, pure love that knows no boundaries, has no expectations, and is extended to all beings, including ourselves. This is known as loving-kindness.
Loving-kindness is an unconditional love; inclusive, tender and wise. The concept stems from the Buddhist tradition, but can be cultivated by anyone who wishes to experience deeper levels of compassion and genuine, heartfelt goodwill toward other living things.
Loving-kindness begins with ourselves…breaking away from any negative feelings we may harbor about ourselves, letting go of the negative stories we tell ourselves, and participating fully in what it means to be human. Cultivating true tenderness and concern for ourselves is the first step in truly opening our hearts to others.
We hope you will experience and extend loving-kindness for yourself and others, to help make the world a more compassionate place in which to live our earthbound lives.
Who this course is for:
- Learn how to Astral Travel and Release Your Full Potential
Meditator myself, I have come personally to know the benefits of meditating consistently. Therefore, I wanted to share some of the tools used to practice meditation. There is why, in the attempt to help, I decided to create courses available with guided meditations.
Past traumas can be seriously conditioning and affect our daily life. Constant stress can push us to develop a form of escapism and that is why many of us sit in front of the tv, waiting for the following day to come. and we don t take actions into our hands.
For many of us, meditation can be abstruse or impossible to achieve. yet meditation is completely natural to us, even though foreign to our current lifestyle.
it is however extremely important to learn how to meditate and meditate daily. the benefits of meditations are being studied currently and what scientists have discovered is that meditation can be crucial to deal with our struggles or with our past traumas .
coming from 7 years of intense stress, and very much sleep deprived, on the verge of a breakdown and with past unresolved issues , I encountered my guru who saved me from the hell I was in.
he has been teaching me how to meditate and meditation has become part of my routine. My whole life has changed, since I started.
yet, I had to find and create some material that could work and help me. In the attempt to bring you the same level of peace, I decided to create this course, which I hope you are going to enjoy!