Some individuals will be sensitive enough to find the Primary Meditation Tracks to be too stimulating initially, in which case they should meditate with the Releasing Tracks daily.
They’ll be ready to graduate to the Primary Meditation Tracks when they can meditate with the Releasing Tracks for a full hour daily and feel ready to move on.
Feel free to occasionally add in a track from Tiers 2 or 3, Epsilon or Gamma/Hyper-Gamma [PMP 3.0] whenever you’d like an extra push. The beauty with this approach is that you can give your brain an extra push on Wednesday and Friday, for example, but still have the freedom to reduce the stimulation to your normal daily routine so as not to push your nervous system faster than it’s capable of responding.
Profound Meditation Program
- PMP3 – Basic Meditation Strategy
- PMP3 – Releasing Tracks – Basic Strategy
- What are some tips for listening to PMP?
- What is the difference between PMP 2.0 and PMP 3.0?
- How can I get the most out of PMP?
- What are the Primary Meditation Tracks?
- What is the meaning of the “3-Tier” system?
- I have a very busy schedule—what is a good listening plan for me?
- PMP 3.0 Full Spectrum track titles
- I’m finding the Primary Meditation Tracks too stimulating—what should I do?
- I’m feeling a little overwhelmed while playing the Primary Meditation Tracks—what should I do?
- Do I have to stick to a certain listening schedule for the PMP tracks?
- What are signs of overwhelm or over-training?
- How long will the biofield energy stay with me after listening to the program?
- Does PMP contain guided meditations?
- Why is my conscious participation required?
- PMP 3.0 Resource Links (from User eManual)
- Do external noises interfere with the brain entrainment component of the programs?