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Hemi-Sync®
The following is taken from a Monroe Institute pamphlet, with their permission:

"The Monroe Institute is internationally known for its work in the effects of sound wave forms on human behavior. In its early research, the Institute discovered that nonverbal audio patterns had dramatic effects on stages of consciousness.

Certain sound patterns create a Frequency Following Response (FFR) in the electrical activity of the brain. These blended and sequenced sound patterns can gently lead the brain into various states, such as deep relaxation or sleep. A generic patent in this field was issued to Robert Monroe in 1975. Drawing upon this discovery and the work of others, Mr. Monroe employed a system of "binaural beats" by feeding a separate signal into each ear. By sending separate sound pulses to each ear with stereo headphones, the two hemispheres of the brain act in unison to "hear" a third signal, the difference between the two sound pulses. This third signal is not an actual sound, but an electrical signal that can only be created by both brain hemispheres acting and working together simultaneously.

The unique coherent brain state that results is known as hemispheric synchronization, or "Hemi-Sync®." The audio stimulus which creates this state is not overpowering. It is noninvasive and can easily be disregarded either objectively or subjectively.

While hemispheric synchronization occurs naturally in day-to-day life, it typically exists only for random, brief periods of time. The Hemi-Sync audio technologies developed by The Monroe Institute assist individuals in achieving and sustaining this highly productive, coherent brain state.
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The Lifeline Program
A six-day residence program at The Monroe Institute that introduces participants to Focus 22, 23, Focus 24, 25, 26, and Focus 27. Participants learn to contact and communicate with those who inhabit these levels, including Helpers and other nonphysical humans. Lifeline uses the vehicle of Retrieval to teach participants how to access and explore these focus levels.
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Lifeline participants learn to carry out retrievals as a vehicle for learning to explore the Afterlife. A retrieval, called rescue by some, is the act of locating a person stuck in Focus 23 and assisting their move to the Reception Center in Focus 27. The Reception Center, also known as The Park, is a nonphysical world facility staffed by nonphysical human volunteers. Its purpose is to help the newly deceased adjust to the new world they live in and to recover from any shock or trauma experienced as a result of their exit from the physical world. Learning to carry out these retrievals was the way I first experienced exploration of the Afterlife.
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The Gateway Voyage Program
The first of the series of six-day residence programs TMI offers and a prerequisite for all other TMI programs. Gateway Voyage introduces participants to Focus 10, 12, 15, and 21 in a structured program of learning. It teaches one how to access each focus level nd various conceptual tools for their use.
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Voyagers Mailing List An email list sponsored by The Monroe Institute to facilitate communication between people using Hemi-Sync&Reg; technology to explore human consciousness. Anyone interested in joining this mailing list can get subscription details at The Monroe Institute's Web site.
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