Hemi-Sync (short for hemispheric synchronization) is a proprietary blend of frequency patterns designed by The Monroe Institute. Many programs include significant elements of Alpha, Delta, and Theta frequencies to slow down mental activity and facilitate reverie and reflection, enhance and deepen meditation, expand awareness, and open doors to levels of consciousness not generally accessible. In other programs, Beta frequencies predominate to enhance focus and concentration.
Hemi-Sync helps you safely alter your brainwaves with multi-layered patterns of sound frequencies. When you hear these through stereo headphones or speakers, your brain responds by producing a third sound (called a binaural beat) that encourages the desired brainwave activity.
This is how binaural beating works:
A sound played in the left ear is heard as a single tone.
A sound played in the right ear is also heard as a single tone.
When played together the vibrato perceived is called binaural beating.
Musical Hemi-Sync tapes/CDs can be used in two ways: you can simply relax, listen, and enjoy the experiences that unfold or you can play the album as a soothing background while carrying out another activity. Either way, be prepared for an experiential treat.
Please Note: While many of our products contribute to wellness, they are not intended to replace medical diagnosis and treatment. DO NOT listen to Hemi-Sync while driving or operating heavy equipment, or with other devices that may influence brain-wave activity. If you have a tendency towards seizures, auditory disorders, or adverse mental condition(s), DO NOT listen to Hemi-Sync without first consulting your physician. In the unlikely event that you experience any unusual physical or mental discomfort, immediately discontinue use. DO NOT reproduce Hemi-Sync products or use with Dolby or other noise-reduction systems. Doing so will diminish the effectiveness of the Hemi-Sync signals.
Hemi-Sync is a registered trademark of Interstate Industries Inc.
(c)1998 Interstate Industries, Inc.
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Audio programs by The Monroe Institute: