“It’s not just another ‘drone sound,’ it’s fantastic. Don’t even ponder if you should get it. It’s a MUST HAVE. Would rate it 100 stars out of five.”—iTunes Reviewer
I hope you were able to catch last week’s episode of the History Channel’s show “In Search Of” (season 2, episode 7 entitled “UFOs”) where I was able to demonstrate the relationship between crop circles and sound. The idea is called “cymatics” and was invented several hundred years ago by German physicist and musician Ernst Chladni. In the show I used metal plates and a frequency generator to create these resonant shapes.
I’ve long sought to simplify the process and came up with a beautiful solution: The Aural Resonance sound. It’s a simple combination of notes that’s guaranteed to turn your living spaces in restful-feeling sanctuaries. While the sound is available for download or streaming on Amazon Music, iTunes and other online music stores, I recently created a physical CD to help with a deeper, more vibrant experience. You’re probably aware that MP3 files are compressed sounds lacking their original intensity and frequency range. Many people who’ve used the Aural Resonance sound tell me it helps them sleep, meditate or just plain chill out. In fact, I use almost everyday for these purposes.
And for Black Friday I’m letting you have it for half-off the usual price. I’ll send you one of these newly printed, amazing CDs with free shipping anywhere in the US for half the regular price. (Free shipping not available on international orders.) Another listener put it this way: “Here’s another Gem from Dr. Simeon Hein, I’ve been practicing meditation for 30 years and can tell you this, Aural Resonance is a profound experience . . . listen with headphones to deepen the sessions of practiced meditation . . .” — Amichai J. Schneller Learn more at AuralResonance.com and use coupon code BF50 to get your discount on the physical CD that I’ll send to you. Sales ends this Monday, December 2nd. talk soon,Sim P.S. Due to the potential intensity of the altered states induced by this drone sound, do not use while operating heavy machinery of any kind.
If you’ve wanted to get live training in Resonant Viewing now is your chance. Join Dr. Simeon Hein for three days on May 18th-20th at the gorgeous CDA Resort in beautiful Coeur D’Alene, Idaho for this live training class, Resonant Viewing and Intuition—Preparing for Contact. Space is extremely limited to 13 people. There will be a special section on viewing UFOs and Extraterrestrials.
You will also get complimentary access to my online Virtual Viewing Insight 2.0 class as a free bonus (normally $197) so you can start training on your own, right away, just as my way of saying “thanks.” Hundreds of people have enjoyed this class online and now you can too. You’ll also get a signed softcover copy of my book Opening Minds. No previous experience is required to take the class. Beginners welcome.
Resonant Viewing is our innate ability to perceive and describe distant and non-local information about people, places, and events. Everyone has the ability to one degree or another. With a little training, everyone can tap into this faculty to one degree or another.
I’ll be offering a new, live 6-week soon that you’re welcome to join. We’ll be covering all the basics of RV. Learn About the Class Here
Some of the participants in our recent Creative Intelligence/Human Fusion webinar wrote and asked for some books I mentioned during the presentation. Thanks for attending and paying attention! Here are a few that I think will help you move forward with achieving your goals.
Hare Brain, Tortoise Mind – How Intelligence Increases When You Think Less. By Guy Claxton. Since writing Planetary Intelligence, I came across a wonderful resource that supports and expands upon the same ideas I put forward. Hare Brain, Tortoise Mind: How Intelligence Increases When You Think Less by Guy Claxton shows how our “undermind”, as Claxton calls it, is a supermind that is capable of astounding feats of thinking skill. While we have all been trained in the ways of fast-thinking, Claxton shows how slow thinking is often more able to deal with ambiguous and paradoxical situations. Confusion and uncertainty often lead to more original, creative thinking than calculated, linear, rational thought. Claxton’s book goes a long way in showing us the power of process-oriented thinking and the benefits of slowing down to a more natural pace of life.
Flow: The Psychology of Optimal Experience. By Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi. An excellent an practical guide on how to create a flowing, optimally engaged, and satisfying experience in your life. These ideas also apply to many peoples’ experience with viewing. This is a scholarly book too, with lots of citations, so skip the sections that don’t interest you. You’ll still get the main drift.
This article shows how your imagination is a crucial ingredient in achieving top sports and physical performance. In fact, amazingly, just exercising your imagination has been shown to increase muscle strength! Increasingly, the mind is seen a key to our physical well-being.