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#1671 From: Ken Burns
Date: Sat Dec 7, ?00? 1?:51 am
Subject: Altered Perception (experience? ) mesundo
I had recently been going through some of my old floppy disks and came
across one called Flasher and it reminded me of an experience I had
while using it. I was just wondering if anyone here has had their
perception altered by using this program or some other type of visual
brain wave stimulation? This program flashes different patterns at
different flash rates using different colors. It flashes in the
delta,theta, and alpha brainwave ranges.You can select a flashrate
between 1 to 30 flashes per second. You can find this and other cool
I was using this software with the lights out and my eyes open at the
time of the experience. I believe the instructions wants you to close
your eyes and look through your eyelids. Well, all of a sudden I
perceived the left half of my keyboard as being about six inches above
the level of the right half of the keyboard. The right half was on the
desk and the left half just 'floating' in the air!
I looked at this for about half a minute and started having this strong
feeling that something was about to happen, so I turned a table light on
and the keyboard looked normal again.
After reading the posts about obe's, I am wondering if that 'feeling'
that I had could be related to having an obe? I am not aware of ever
having any obe's and wonder if there can be any type of feeling attached
prior to one.
pjrv : Messages : 1748-1761 of 4038
#1748 From: "Linda & John Garvey"
Date: Fri Dec 13, ?00? 4:04 pm
Subject: Re: Altered Perception (experience? ) linda_g7us
Hi Ken --
I'm glad you posted about this! I went and dl'd the shareware
program and have been enjoying using it, finding it very
relaxing and that it helps with meditation. I prefer the #1
flashrate speed, magenta color, alpha (simplest? ) pattern.
I've been using it eyelids open, sitting around ? feet from
my computer screen.
"The distinction between past, present and future
is only an illusion, even if a stubborn one."
-- Albert Einstein --
#1761 From: Ken Burns
Date: Sat Dec 14, ?00? ?:55 pm
Subject: Re: Altered Perception (experience? ) mesundo
> > http://cerebrex.com/psycho.htm
> finding it very
> relaxing and that it helps with meditation.
I've tried several of the combinations and also find that the slower
flashrates are more relaxing. I believe I was using combinations in the theta
range when I had the experience.