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Deep Rest

Luxuriate, rest, and relax by just listening to this psychoacoustic program. Containing three ultra-relaxing tracks, “The 22-Minute Vacation” is a guided relaxation program that takes you on a rejuvenating fantasy vacation in just 22 minutes. “The 24-Minute Nap” guides your brain into a refreshing state of rest in just 24 minutes. And “Sweet Delta” is a low-delta, sleep-inducing track that extends your nap into a restful sleep. Contains BioPulse™ frequencies in the mid-alpha to low-delta range (10 Hz-l Hz).

Give the gift of relaxation to yourself or someone you love.

What Are Those Odd Sounds I Hear?

Some of these sounds are BioPulse™ frequencies that help the brain/mind enter into more relaxed and receptive states. Other sounds are specific tonal patterns and frequencies, many of which are just below the threshold of conscious hearing. These sounds are activating the brain/mind at important moments during the relaxation process.

How Should I Play This Recording?

Stereo headphones are strongly suggested in order to receive optimal states of relaxation.

Cautions

Do not listen to this recording in situations requiring alertness such as when operating machinery or driving a car.

How to Use Deep Rest

There are three tracks on this CD, each of them designed to relax the body and mind in specific ways.

The 22-Minute Vacation

This fantasy vacation utilizes complex psychoacoustic tonal patterns and multisensory experience to generate deeply rejuvenating states of body and mind. It will leave you feeling remarkably refreshed. Stereo headphones are strongly suggested. Make sure you will not be interrupted for at least thirty minutes. Lie down. If possible, prop your legs up higher than your head and begin listening with your eyes closed. When the track has ended, spend a few minutes with yourself before beginning outer activities.

The 24-Minute Nap

This does just what the title implies. In just twenty-four minutes you will enter into various relaxed states of body and mind, some of which are associated with sleep and rejuvenation. It has been created specifically for those times when you may feel sleep deprived or need a quick period of rest. If this is your intent, make sure that you won’t be disturbed for at least thirty minutes. Stereo headphones are strongly suggested. Lie down. If possible, prop your feet higher than your head and close your eyes. Listen to the sounds and music of the recording, allowing your mind to go off into any experience you desire.

When the track ends, stop the recording and take a few minutes to be with yourself, keeping your eyes closed. You can listen to this track as many times as you wish.

Sweet Delta

This 22 minute track uses soothing psychoacoustic music combined with low-delta frequencies to encourage a deeper state of rest or sleep. It can be listened to on its own or for a longer period of relaxation and rest; listen to it immediately after “The 24-Minute Nap.”

Sleep Disturbances

“The 24-Minute Nap” followed by “Sweet Delta” can be used for those times when you are unable to go to sleep. It can be played as ambient sound in the area without the need for headphones. Play at a low volume in the background. Children especially find these two tracks helpful for sleep.

If your CD player has a repeat function, set the track so that it plays continuously.

The sounds and music will support you in entering relaxing states of body and mind.

Even if you do not actually fall asleep, the tonal matrix will support you in getting as much rest as is possible.

Stop the World — I Want to Get Off

To experience a deeply refreshing and relaxed state of body and mind, play all three tracks back-to-back. Stereo headphones are strongly suggested. Make sure you won’t be interrupted for at least an hour and a half. Lie down. If possible, prop your legs up higher than your head and begin listening with your eyes closed. When the tracks have ended, spend several minutes resting in silence before beginning outer activities.

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