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How The SubSines Accelerator System Converted A Skeptic

January 7th, 2016

One of the greatest gifts about working in the meditation field is receiving feedback about our meditation systems, like the letter below. I had to share it on my blog since it touched my heart so much! I hope you too enjoy reading it as much as I did. =)

I have been a longtime fan of ambient music since I discovered Brian Eno back in high school. At a time when metal and punk were the staples of mine and my friend’s cassette players, I have to say that I didn’t understand what Eno’s sound was. What I did know though was that his tape was glued to my cassette player and I played it every night before I fell asleep; and enjoyed going on a fun and deep inward journey.

The reason why I used my high school memories to start this letter was because if I hadn’t encountered the people behind SubSines, I would have believed all those journeys I experienced when I was young were nothing more than my imagination running wild.

Discovering The SubSines Meditation Audios

The catalyst to this shift in my mindset started when I was first introduced to the SubSines Accelerator System.

To come clean with things, I was really skeptical about it at first. My skepticism stemmed from the fact that I have been listening to numerous meditation audios on YouTube, and found myself more amused than impressed by them.

Also I believed that meditation music was nothing more than new age fluff. Oh how I was greatly mistaken.

When the SubSines Accelerator started playing, I felt right at home. It was nothing different to the ambient tracks I’ve been listening to for years. But the further I intently listened, the more I became aware that this was far from the typical ambient tracks I was accustomed to. It resonated with me not just in a physical way, but in a more spiritual manner.

Having picked the guided meditation version of the SubSines Accelerator System, I actually felt like I was in a trance for the first time in my life. The more I followed what the voice on the audio track told me to do, the more my body started melting away as if it was an ice cube left on the pavement on a hot sunny day. The only physical part of my body that I felt I had a connection with, was my head.

As the session went further, the sensation of an energy rushing out the crown of my head freaked me out a bit, but in a good way. Later on, it was explained to me that such a sensation is common for individuals that have attained a sort of spiritual awakening.

So for the first time in my 36 years of existence, I had finally reached a meditative state.

Objective Spirituality

If you think that I am now a “new age” person full of positivity and spirituality, think again. I am still a punk at heart and still firmly believe that The Clash was way better than The Ramones. But then again, I would be a hypocrite if I denied the fact that my experience with the SubSines Accelerator System has changed something in me.

Did it change my life for the better? Well, it ain’t no magic pill. I still go through the normal challenges the world throws at me. What changed though is that when I get back home, I feel the same sense of excitement that I felt back in high school. I take comfort in the idea that when I put my headphones on and start listening to my SubSines audios, my mind can take a break from all the stress of life and freely wander just like when I was in high school.

It is rare for us adults to have the luxury of not dealing with everyday stressors. And for me, I truly am thankful for having to have stumbled upon the SubSines Accelerator System. I have been using it for a month now. So technically, I have been meditating for an entire month too.

There are numerous articles on the net about the positive results of meditation; that it can alleviate stress, make a person much healthier, help one become more focused etc. And all those benefits I welcome with open arms.

But if you ask me what I’m truly thankful for in discovering the SubSines meditation audios, it is the idea that even just for an hour, I can escape the complexities of the real world, rejuvenate my mind and body, and open my eyes fully ready to take on any challenges the world throws at me.

This letter was sent to us from the email 9to5scene@gmail.com.

If you want to share your experience with our meditation audios, please don’t hesitate to send us an email. And for those that are interested as to why we get emails like the one you just read, go and try out our FREE 15 minute inception audio.


The Power Of Meditation Music

December 14th, 2015 3 Comments

If you think that meditation music is just another word for relaxation music, think again.

I consider myself as a music aficionado and my musical preference ranges all the way from Jazz to electronic music. And what I realized through my years of sifting through countless vinyl records, cassette tapes, CD’s, and MP3’s was that there are certain musical frequencies that can awaken a person’s spiritual side.

These frequencies can change a person’s frame of mind, heighten consciousness and even reinvigorate the spirit. It helps a person become more creative, and in some cases, shed light on ones purpose.

Years ago, when I started listened to meditative music, I noticed that my meditation sessions became much deeper and that I was more creative afterwards. Don’t get me wrong, I’m not saying that meditating with music is a magic pill. What I’m trying to point out is that listening to music during your sessions can heighten the experience and amplify the effects.

It has been documented that combining music with meditation techniques results in our brain secreting the chemical responsible for giving us the feeling we recognize as “love”.

By combining guided meditation with meditation music, you allow yourself to tap into your subconscious. Your focus becomes heightened, creativity is enhanced and you will feel energized and rejuvenated.

In my meditation journey, I also realized that listening to music could actually become the meditation itself.

I experimented with this idea for several months, and I realized that I was able to go really deep states by listening to music. Of course, I tried to shift between genres to see if there was any change. And to no surprise, the more “organic” the music was, the better the experience became.

This led me to the conclusion that though not all music can be used for meditation and narrowed it down to two factors.

1. You must take the idea of meditating to music seriously

You can’t just put on any music; you have to actively listen and become one with it. There must be nodistractions. All you need to do is sit comfortably with your eyes closed and listen.

2. The more “organic” the music is, the better

Like I said, I tried numerous genres and forms of music. But what worked best for me was the sound of rain.

To end, let me leave you with something from Albert Einstein:

“If I were not a physicist, I would probably be a musician. I often think in music. I live my daydreams in music. I see my life in terms of music.”

I hope that I have given you sound advice pertaining to how you can use meditation music, or music in general, in your meditation sessions. If you want more information about the best meditation music available online, please check out our FREE meditation audio.


Binaural Beats Meditation Music: How to start and get the most out of it

December 7th, 2015

Although binaural beats have been around for a long time, not many people associate this technology with meditation. This is why there was a lot of hesitation when binaural beats meditation music first hit the mainstream meditation community. But as more studies came out, people have slowly warmed up to the idea of using binaural beats during their meditation sessions.

In fact nowadays, more people are getting hooked on using binaural beats meditation music because not only does it allow them to conveniently meditate anywhere, but it also allows them to reach a meditative state a lot faster than traditional meditation techniques.

If you think about it, our brain’s function at an optimal level every single day as they work to process information around us. The feeling of being stressed is the result of our brain not being able to take a break from its daily routine. Meditation is a way for our brain to disconnect, rest and recharge.

So, what’s the best way to use binaural beats meditation music? Here are my 3 best tips:

1. Download High Quality Binaural Beats Meditation Music

If you go online you would see that there are numerous binaural beats download links available. Some of them work, some of them don’t.

Now the reason I say some don’t work is not because they are fake, but rather it is because of their audio quality.
For example, if you search ‘binaural beats meditation’, YouTube links will definitely come up in your search engine.

Now when you upload binaural beats on to third party sites like YouTube, the sound quality is oftentimes lost during the upload process. This slight loss of audio quality can make or break the effectiveness of a binaural audio, as said audios are very specific when it comes to how they resonate with your brainwaves. In fact, a slight change in sound quality would automatically render them ineffective.

*If you continue reading, I will give you a link where you can download high quality binaural beats for free.

2. Get Yourself A Good Pair Of Headphones

Good speakers may be good for listening purposes, but they are not advisable when meditating with binaural beats.

The best type of headphone to use is one to block out external sounds. They don’t have to be a high-end model but something that will completely cover your ears. This way you will be able to clearly hear your binaural beats audio without any interference.

3. Relax And Let It Take Over

Once your binaural beats meditation audio starts, don’t think or do anything else, all you need to do is relax, listen and enjoy.

Now, if you are new to meditation, there will be times within your session where you might get distracted. Don’t worry as this totally normal for meditation newbies.

With that said, let me suggest you read our article on “Problems New Meditators Need To Ignore”. The This article talks about solutions to common problems someone new to meditation might encounter.

And if you think I forgot my promise to you earlier, no I did not. Here is the link to our FREE brainwave entrainment meditation MP3 that you can use in your next meditation session. Our binaural beats meditation music was created by no other than multi-awarded international DJ/Producer Lenny Ibizarre, in his studio in Ibiza.

Like what I said earlier, binaural beat technology is all about quality. =)