Holosync: What It’s Done For Me So Far
A brief dive into its effects
“Holosync®is a sophisticated form of neuro-audio technology allowing the listener to easily enter various desirable states, and creating many desirable mental, emotional, and spiritual changes, through entrainment of electrical patterns in the brain.”
A couple weeks ago I was listening to an episode with Dave Asprey and Bill Harris, and they discussed Holosync quite a bit, of course, because it is Bill’s product, but I thought I’d give it a try.
They dive into a lot of cool things, but especially holosync and what it does for people. Essentially being a type of meditation track that you listen to I’ve seen really positive effects so far.
I can’t speak to the end all of everything it does but it has been beneficial in a couple ways for me.
Most often, I’ve used it in the morning right when I wake up and am not fully awake or alert yet. I start the track on my phone and listen to it as I wake up. I will say many times I fall back asleep until the end of the track, but the effects for me are the same.
When I wake up after doing this process, I feel a bit different, the most noticeable feeling is that of additional positivity and optimism. It’s also much less stressful when looking at the onset of the day. It’s rather interesting that I feel that effect, but as I was thinking about it this morning I came to that realization; I felt like I could conquer everything I had to do today.
It gets rid of the emotional blockers in my mind and allows me to see a more holistic view of the day. May sound crazy, but I’d rather feel that way than feel stressed when I get started on work.
If I’ve had a particular stressful day, or even just really busy, and am going to see friends or family or something with human interaction where I need to be a good human being, I’ll often turn on part of a track as well. Just puts me in a better state to be with humans and be reasonable.
This isn’t a pitch that you have to go try it, but if you have tried any type of meditation and have seen diminishing effects or results from it, or have just struggled focusing, this has to be the easiest montra-less way to be able to experience many of the benefits of meditation.