I feel that the claims for each 'dose' are OTT and sometimes impossible. Given the author is selling them this does not surprise me. For example, it is not possible to simulate the effect of magic mushrooms simply by attempting to control brain wave frequency as the effect of Psilysibin (can't spell the word) spreads molecular 'keys' in the blood which interact with brain molecules to unlock various brain fpathways, thus producing the LSD-like effects. This would not be possible by brain entrainment alone, whatever 'dose' of brain frequency you use.
So my feeling is that this is similar to the olde worlde medicine sold by 'Quack Doctors' that cured all ills. In other words, while brain entrainment affects consciousness, these 'doses' are bunkum, with nonsensical, impossible claims for what they do.
This is clearly true of all the 'recreational' drugs 'doses'. We will be using leaches to rid us of depression next.
The 'dose' claims for those consciousness effects that are a primary result of brain frequency are another matter. These claims seem to have some merit.
What isn't clearly proven is that it is possible to 'entrain' the brain to a chosen frequency with this stereo effect. It is assumed to be so but there is no actual proof. This technique originated from the Monroe Institute while Robert Monroe was researching out of body experiences. He found positive results came from such brain entrainment methods.
I believe the author of this program is making exaggerated claims of what brain entrainment is capable of achieving. Anyone who has really experienced so-called astral travel, OBEs or for that matter, magic mushrooms will be dissapointed in the 'doses' in this program. The 'doses' will not produce those experiences which would be impossible with this technology alone.
As a woman, I am very well aware of the bogus health and beauty market. There are people claiming to be able to sell us face creams that are 'age defying' for example. Men are sold cream that allegedly regrows hair once they start going bald. It is all pseudo-scientific nonsense supported by bad science. This program is the same. It cannot possibly do a lot of what it claims. The word placebo comes to mind. And over suggestable personalities.
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