posted on Jun, 3 2009 @ 01:04 PM
reply to post by defcon5
There is a distinct difference between the brainwave pattern of people just sitting there, whether drunk or whatever, and the deep meditative delta
state, something achieved by Yogi masters after a good 20 years of meditating. In dreamless sleep, delta is the pattern when the bdy undergoes
regeneration. It is the "no mind" state, and it's health benefits are numerous. For people who are having delta who are not meditating however,
sure, it's abnormal.
There are over 700,000 participants in the Holosync program, many of whom have been using it for years, and it's been in place since like 1990.
The delta meditative state plumbs the depths of the unconscious and makes the unconscious conscious, the goal of psychtherapy, according to Carl Jung.
Additionally, it provides a type of stimulous to the brain which causes increasing synchrony between the left and right hemispheres and which creates
new neural pathways, the effect of which produces a greater sense of connection and oneness.
In short, it's powerful, but safe, and highly beneficial. Again I suggest doing the research before passing sceptical judgement.