A First for iAwake Technologies
Infinity: Revolutionary Lambda Brainwave Entrainment for Entering Transcendent Consciousness is the first time iAwake, in collaboration with Doug Prater, has targeted Lambda brainwaves. Our initial testing group has reported extraordinarily powerful results from their use of these tracks.
This would be the most profound of all my experiences...Loved both sound tracks. Quite beautiful...Great soundtrack, effective entrainment, beautiful audio esthetics, choice between two versions and range of frequencies. ~ James Lewis
The Infinity program is an incredibly potent tool for accelerating the evolution of your consciousness. The Lambda state that Infinity targets is one that has only been observed in advanced meditators, so these tracks were designed with experienced meditators in mind.
Lambda brainwaves are the fastest brainwaves (100-200 Hz) that have been identified - but what is interesting is that while the frequency is very fast, it is embedded in the lowest known frequency: epsilon (<.5 Hz). Lambda is found in advanced meditators - including Tibetan monks who meditate in below freezing and melt the snow around them.
Lambda brainwaves are associated with:
- Wholeness & integration
- Deep meditation
- Accelerated consciousness evolution
- A high degree of self-awareness
- Out of body experiences
- Transcendent spiritual experiences
- Bliss & compassion
- Highly focused attention coupled with deep stillness
Infinity is a tool for:
- Unlocking transcendent states of consciousness
- Accelerating spiritual evolution
- Raising Kundalini and opening/balancing the chakras
- Working with internal alchemy and subtle energy
- Gaining insight into your true nature
- Exploration of the subtle realms of consciousness
- Deep rejuvenation in the core of your being
- Opening to guidance, wisdom, and intuition
Developer Doug Prater created an innovative approach to targeting Lambda, by descending down through the brainwaves, following the research that Lambda rides on Epsilon:
Song of Infinity is a musical composition uniquely suited to deep states of meditation due to its gentle shifting and morphing of timbre which take the listener on an evocative journey.
Stream of Infinity uses a carefully selected palette of natural sounds including flowing streams, waterfalls, and wind for an experience that is both rejuvenating and profound.
Both Song of Infinity and Stream of Infinity follow a carefully orchestrated and finely tuned deepening protocol that guides the meditator to the Epsilon state before introducing the Lambda entrainment. By firmly rooting the listener’s meditation in epsilon, the transformative experience of Lambda is potentiated and amplified.
The Infinity Journey
Descent from 10 Hz (Alpha) to 1 Hz (Delta)
Descent from 1 Hz (Delta) to 0.2 Hz (Epsilon)
Emergence and strengthening of 200 Hz (Lambda)
Peak Lambda experience
Targeting lambda brainwaves in Infinity
Listen to the 3-Minute Samples on SoundCloud
Use of headphones will provide the most optimal experience.
To fully experience the potential of these tracks, please get comfortable, close your eyes and relax for the next 3 minutes for each track. Allow the technology and the soundtrack to immerse you in a deep sense of meditation.
Song of Infinity
Stream of Infinity
Don't be fooled - these are not just beautiful soundtracks - it is the design and the infused technology that evokes the deep meditative response.
RAVES FROM OUR BETA TESTERS
The best BWE I have ever experienced hands down!
One of the best programs iAwake's ever done! Substantially improved my mental processing speed, attention, and memory.
~ M. H.
One of the most effective and deepest iAwake tracks to date.
Blissful, stunning, heartfelt, high, and breathtaking.
~ Christopher Worthing
This would be the most profound of all my experiences.
~ James Lewis
Love, love, loved them. I'm still listening every day.
~ Allyson Crockett, bigskycopywriting.com.au
I really did experience a sense of infinity, of serene timelessness.
~ Lisa Celentano, MA, LMHCA
John Dupuy Interviews iAwake Developer Doug Prater