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Dealing with a Hernia

Dealing with a Hernia

A few years back I brought home a Kahili Ginger root from Hilo, Hawaii. Told it would never grow in the ‘burbs of San Fernando Valley, I thought what a great challenge. I’d give it my best shot. It was planted in a very large pot filled with soil similar to where they grow in Hawaii. The back porch proved ideal for lighting. My only concern was the humidity difference.

Backyard Kahili Blossom

Backyard Kahili Blossom


Fast foreword five years and several incredible blossoms later, That very large pot began to split along one side. The ginger had reproduced, more shoots sprang up and it was now time to separate my original to make three different Kahili gingers. I’ve pulled countless plants from large pots for years. With gentle coaxing and a few expletives most transplanted experience’d very little shock and thrive in their new environments.


Having completed my newest gardening experiment, a dip in the pool seemed refreshing. That’s when I noticed what looked like a hard-boiled egg protruding from my lower right side. I didn’t feel any discomfort, didn’t even knew it happened yet there it was. WTF?




photo[4]That was in late May. It never really hurt but was annoying as heck. It had to go. My doctors were great – answered all my questions and told me what to expect. Still, it took two and a half months for all the pre-op requirements to be fulfilled. It’s an outpatient procedure where for the next few days is much more uncomfortable and painful. I was warned this is what happens, and to be rather useless for four to six weeks, but having my hernia repaired is so worth it.


There was a problem though. Those first few post-op days. I don’t like having to sleep on my back throughout the night, having to hold my side every time I coughed or sneezed or laughed didn’t always happen fast enough, and I was really let down by the pain medication I was prescribed. I am not a fan of opiates as they can be addictive, so I found myself taking a glorified aspirin with codeine. My 60+ year old body detests codeine. Simply put, and please pardon my vernacular, but it plugs me for days. Like a miracle, my second prescription was stool softener pills. Of course! Prescribe an ineffective pain medication that plugs and a pill that unplugs. I couldn’t help but think it was some kind of a pharm-plot to sell more meds.

Medications can have side effects.

Medications can have side effects.


So I devised a Plan B.

(continued tomorrow)

Constantly tired?



If you feel constantly tired and run down, the best thing is to visit your doctor for help. Talk about your sleeping and eating habits and what you can do to feel better…



A modality few are aware of that can help you become more awake, motivated and productive is utilizing a light and sound mind machine. Mind machines gently guide the mind to specific states of awareness. Beta for motivation, alpha for relaxation, theta for creative thinking and delta for sleep.

The most popular mind machine for overcoming lethargy is the DAVID Delight Pro. This instrument is incredibly easy to use, beneficial and the sessions built into the Delight Pro are backed by years of research. The Delight Pro is a very effective system for augmenting the advice you receive from your doctor.

DAVID Delight Pro w/ CES Mind Machine

DAVID Delight Pro w/ CES

For more information about how light and sound mind machines can improve the quality of your life please contact Michael or Christopher at


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Dealing with the pain of RA

Rheumatoid arthritis can cause prolonged discomfort and can be quite painful. My onset started about a year ago and I am grateful to have found a physician with an abundance of experience when dealing with RA. Centered mainly in my right hand and both feet, it has been another ‘getting old’ lifestyle change. My doctor put me on the correct medicine with the correct dosage and the pain has diminished greatly. However, there are plenty of days I wake up and realize my hand does not want to work my laptop’s keyboard and my daily walks are drastically shortened due to the swelling in my feet. It sucks. As one of the techs told me: “Getting old ain’t for wussies”. I couldn’t agree more.

DAVID Delight Pro w/ CES Mind Machine

DAVID Delight Pro w/ CES

So for those days when the meds aren’t quite enough or I have an abundance of computer work to do, I have found welcome relief by doing one 20 minute session on my DAVID Delight Pro light and sound machine by Mind Alive, Inc. The Delight Pro has 2 “Mood Brightner” sessions that are incredible. Instead of taking opiate-based (and addictive-potential) pain medication I use these two sessions for relief. And they work – usually up to four to six hours. My DAVID Delight Pro has virtually paid for itself a few times over just by the money I have saved from not having to purchase vicodin or some other over-priced medication.

Forget about your RA - use the Delight Pro and RELAX IN COMFORT!

Forget about your RA – use the Delight Pro and RELAX IN COMFORT!

If you have RA I highly recommend checking out the advantages of owning a DAVID Delight Pro. Visit They have the lowest price, they ship to the United States and Canada via Fedex 2 Day service for free and should you have questions or concerns about the Delight Pro system you can call or email as is one of the few light and sound dealers that not only answer their phone, but also use the products they sell!

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Need an idea? Try this…

Acquire a DAVID Delight Plus or Delight Pro by Mind Alive. Your choice, they both have the same built-in sessions and feature light and sound stimulation. The difference between the two is the Delight Pro includes an extra modality: CES.


DAVID-Delight Plus

Next, choose a light and sound session in the theta or alpha/theta range with a 15 to 30 minute length. Set the light intensity at a comfortable level (same with CES intensity if using the Pro) and have the audio stimulation at a volume just below the threshold of your hearing. You may not be consciously aware of the audio, but your mind hears it.

DAVID Delight Pro w/ CES Mind Machine

DAVID Delight Pro w/ CES

Listen to the same session once a day for five consecutive days then set your Delight Plus or Pro aside and wait two days. On that second day inspiration should hit. An idea should appear in your mind. It’s like the thought / idea was always there, just wasn’t able to see it.


To some of you this may sound like a load of manure, but for over 20 years I have been using this technique to think of new markets to expand into, from law enforcement and the military to the educational and athletic communities. Success with pilot programs has followed along with increased awareness of the benefits offered through brainwave stimulation using the DAVID mind machines. The result: increased sales.

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Next time you are on the Internet, visit free articles from past issues of the AVS Journal. Published by Michael Landgraf, each issue is packed with information about light and sound technology. Also, should you have children or work with children who enjoy coloring, visit and download Fossil Phil’s “Light, Sound & Fun” coloring book. This free downloadable coloring book contains 49 pages for children to color along with a story about using light and sound; written of course for children.

"Mind States" by Michael Landgraf


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A Light & Sound Dealer’s Responsibility: “Helping Professionals”

A Light & Sound Dealer’s Responsibility: “Helping Professionals”

“Approximately three years ago, I heard from various sources that Biofeedback was changing
dramatically, especially in the Light/Sound arena. After researching this not so known and/
or visible application of Neurotechnology, I spoke with Michael Landgraf of MindMachines.
com, a company in Granada Hills, California. I had no idea of what that contact would bring.
Michael educated me in that he patiently explained the potential of L/S, and advised me as to
what equipment would best work for me were I to decide to add Biofeedback to my practice.
Based upon Michael’s uncanny knowledge of L/S and its applications and his exceptional perceptiveness,
I ordered my first equipment from him. How that affected my practice and those
who began to apply this technology would require more than this epistle to define adequately.
In short, Biofeedback became the modus operandi for my business. When seemingly all of the
options ran out for certain disorders/disabilities, the application of Biofeedback, amazingly,
gave new life to a few very severe conditions. Anxiety disorders, pain management, certain
compulsive behaviors no longer had a dead end at the Pharmacy. Biofeedback opened a whole
new approach to the management of such dilemma. So much that the results attained are so remarkable
that it lends the question of credulity. Unjustly so. Light/Sound works. And the results
are long lasting and in most cases permanent. (Anyone wishing to discuss or explore some of
the achievements attained as a result of Biofeedback by my clients may call me or email me.)
Beyond doubt, those who became whole as a result of this technology, should certainly thank
Michael Landgraf and not just me. Michael convinced me to take a step that has affected lives
that were once hopelessly enmeshed in the never ending tail chasing that seems to follow
conventional medicine. For that, we all thank him and will continue to seek his expertise and
knowledge as long as he is able and willing to provide it. Thanks Michael.”
Richard Bennett, Ph.D.
The Biofeedback Resource Center



Part 4

By Don Estes – Founder and Director of InnerSense, Inc.



We call this Grand Unification of Real and Imaginary and express it as an equation or algorithm:


_ Square root of One = Real (Actual Reality) and,

_ Square root of Minus One = Imaginary (Potential Reality)

_ One = Unity

The meaning of this algorithm in English is “anything taken to the power of its own imagination results in unity and wholeness.”


All reality is composed of two polar opposites associated and resolved by a third partner. In human terms, this tri-unity is composed of a body and a spirit associated and resolved by mind.

Since the mind controls the body by paying attention to, or ignoring, the spirit’s direction, it is the predominant energy of consciousness. In order to perfect the body, the mind must transducer the guidance of spirit into physical reality. The only connection that mind has with the internal and external environments, is through the sensory mechanisms.

Therefore any investigation into or manipulation of consciousness must start with the senses. This is why mind machines are so important, and why mind will become the focus of more research into the art and science of transformation, as they are the essence of Sensory Resonance ™ devices. The transformative technologies researched, designed, developed and marketed by InnerSense, Inc. are all based upon these primary directives.

They are supported by the following unique and proprietary collection of intellectual properties, patented technologies and experienced know-how:

_ Unlimited access to a world-class supercomputer, which can go beyond phase analysis and allow entry into the realm of the automata. Having our own portal insures security and an unlimited possibility of future improvement. The Chronoldek™, as we call it, continuously monitors the Internet and reports on anything resonant to our work. Therefore, we can stay abreast of the latest developments in our field of expertise. The Chronoldek™ drives all of our processes, designs our products and develops our services.

_ Biometric Analysis of the Breath – Aspire™ Spectral Essence Evaluation™ – shows total available energy and its distribution across frequency, magnitude, phase, music notes/ octave, time, and personality (physical, mental and spiritual arrangement). In addition, it reveals how much energy is already ordered and held in reserve. Provided at on-site locations around the world or by Internet and phone consultation.

_ Natural Resonance Biofeedback: Harmonic Resolution™ – Combining Aspire™, Harmonic Resolution™ Feedback, Grand Unification™ of the R:I ratio, Personalized Music Therapy, Virtual Reality, Sensorium™ LSV Sensory Interface and the VibraSound® Multi- Sensory Resonance Vehicle. Lack of energy is almost never the issue. In most cases, there is an overabundance of attention in one area of someone’s life with a corresponding lack in another. To increase the energy can make the problem worse until the energy is appropriately distributed. Harmonic Resolution™ enhances what’s right and helps to redistribute the energy by resolving the R:I ratio via binaural phasing. It is basically a process of disassembly, rearrangement and reassembly. Provided at on-site locations around the world or at home/office on your own computer.

_ Scientific Alchemy: Old age alchemy combined with the latest supercomputing technology: Transformant8™ Allasso Concentrate – Algorithmically Transformed Water. Alchemy has finally come of age. Just as superstition has always been replace by a fuller understanding of science, alchemy has finally been pulled from the mystery of the ancients into the modern world through the science of automata and algorithm. Water can become the agent of its own transformation by resolving the difference between its actual and potential selves.

There is a difference between knowledge and experience. Transformant is experienced in the art of transformation to the next level. Consuming it provides all of the resources required for transformation and can enhance any substance or process that it is introduced into.

_ Public experience – InnerSense has designed, built and managed both therapeutic centers (AHA! Spa™), and location-based entertainment facilities (InnerSpace™ and Mind-Wave™) all over the world. The corporation has been in business since the early 80’s and has a wide range of experience, knowledge and wisdom regarding both the art and science of vibration.

_ Superior equipment sales and service: VibraSound® – Sensory Resonance Vehicles, Sound Tables, Sensory Interface Devices, Virtual Reality platforms, MindShips and No-Time Machines – State of the Art, multi-sensory biofeedback devices and furniture that allow the user to see, hear and feel video, music and sound.

_ Dedicated Support: Harmonic Law™ Publications – Books, charts, CDs, music, consultations, public education, workshops, expos and conferences.

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Don Estes is a certified medical technologist, laboratory director and neuroscientist who has lectured worldwide on sensory science and vibrational medicine. He has appeared on CNN, NBC, ABC, Entertainment Tonight, Science Frontiers, and the Discovery Channel hits Beyond 2000 and Next Step, which won an Emmy award in 1994. In addition, his work has been featured in Wired, Computer Design, and Los Angeles Magazines and many other national and international media. He is also the author of many articles as well as a book called Harmonic Law: The Science of Vibration, which is illustrated by a large wall chart titled the Absolute Scale of Relative Cosmic Reality, one of the most complete compendiums of scientific and philosophical knowledge ever assembled.

He is founder and director of InnerSense, Inc. and inventor of VibraSound_ Sensory Resonance _ technologies used by both professional and nonprofessionals all over the world for music and sound therapy, relaxation, entertainment and expanded states of mind. His intellectual property is garnered from over thirty years experience in the unification of science, philosophy and religion and includes theories, proprietary knowledge and patents in the fields of light, color, sound, music and algorithmic automata. His unique combination of experience in both the hard and soft sciences represents the essence of true neuroscience.



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By Don Estes – Founder and Director of InnerSense, Inc. 



Waveforms have a triune nature like all other realities. They have a frequency, a phase and a magnitude (see diagram one). Frequency is merely the carrier wave, the component that establishes resonance between transmitter and receiver.

Frequency is the number of wave peaks per unit of time, phase is the relative spacing of the peaks and valleys and magnitude is the height of the wave. When you dial in 98.7 on the radio dial you do not hear that frequency. Rather you hear the phases and magnitudes of all the overtones riding on the carrier wave. In other words, the frequency determines resonance but the actual information is carried on the phases and magnitudes of the overtones. Phase also reveals the Cycle of Manifestation, which shows how intention manifests as a flow from thought through expression and action into materialization.

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However, going beyond phase and magnitude closer to the origin of matter, there is an even deeper and more primal realm of reality that exists on the other side of the quantum veil. No one has seen what happens in this magical imaginary potential realm because is it too small to observe, but again, supercomputing technology can provide the answer by combining advanced understandings of engineering, digital signal processing and vibrational science.

Known in science as inverse or reciprocal space, the spectral imaginary domain or beyond the quantum veil, it is known by the general populace as the other side. A new science called Automata, details the nature and operation of this realm. Automata make up the underlying circuit board upon which the energies of life interact. Cellular Automata and Digital Physics are quickly becoming the next frontier in science. However, few realize that the ones and zeros are actually the real and imaginary. Research into Stochastic Automata will be the next be science directed at understanding how intention manifests in the real world.

We live on this side of the quantum veil in the time domain. Reality begins to manifest when consciousness reaches across the veil into the spectral domain with thought and intentionally combines automatous agents called automata into the complex frequencies that set out to manifest the intention. These agents of change exist as a dual pair that remains totally discreet on the other side. However, when they are combined by mind, they form the strings of matter that physicists now realize are woven together to create the membranes of life that we see all around us.

Engineers have been aware of this for years. They call these agents real and imaginary. These are perhaps bad designations as it makes it sound like one is not real. However, it is more real than the other as their imaginary world is in fact the potential that lies shrouded in the mystery of the future. The real component is that which already exists in the past and present as an actual material object, event or circumstance. In other words, all things exist as both actual and potential. These coefficients determine the shape of things and, through phase and magnitude, manage the width, height, and depth of material objects.

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Engineers express the relationship between real and imaginary as a structure called the S Plane, where the x-horizontal is the real (cosine) plane and the y-vertical represents the imaginary (sine) wave coefficient. Any signal can be drawn in this manner where the imaginary defines the frequency and the real describes the amplitude envelope of the wave.

All human suffering stems from the difference between who a person says they are and who they really are…the polarity of their actual and potential. This difference eventuates a tension, which becomes a black hole that draws in any person, event or circumstance that is resonant enough to be of use in resolving the contrast. Integrating one’s actual and potential can quickly advance them to their next highest level.

One thing they forgot to tell us in Trigonometry is that the imaginary (potential) phase is carried by the sine wave component whereas the real (actual) phase is a property of the cosine wave. In more practical terms, the sinewave carries the part of the signal that comes from the machine. whereas the cosine carries the part that originates with the player/operator. Resolving the difference between these two driving forces results in unification and wholeness.

 Copyright: Don Estes for AVS Journal (2009) CA. All rights reserved.’s Christopher Oliver Performs Voiceover of “Bring Back Lincoln” For Abstract Art Exhibit’s Christopher Oliver, inventor of AV3X Digital Meditation technology, turned in an engaging voiceover performance in The Holographic Principle ‘s “Bring Back Lincoln” online abstract audio-visual art exhibit.

You can experience “Bring Back Lincoln” on The Holographic Principle website or on youtube.


For more information: News release Bring Back Lincoln



Part 2

By Don Estes – Founder and Director of InnerSense, Inc.


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It has long been known that the mind will reject entrainment once it has habituated to a nonchanging signal. Therefore, it is important for the entrainment signal to “lead” the mind by continuously changing throughout the program. This requires some way to monitor the user in some way so that their brainwaves can be known and coaxed into following an ever-changing signal. Thus, the next generation of LSV devices will include improved biometric monitoring of some type.

Biofeedback usually involves a signal (unrelated to the user) to warn or advise the attainment of some marker such as an “alpha” state. However, the optimal use of such information would be to drive a person at their own resonant frequencies, thus enhancing the harmony that they already possess. This alone could usher in the new healing paradigm spoken of previously.


Simple singular frequencies form into sine waves. All other wave shapes include overtones and form complex waveform with multiple frequencies (see diagram one). Light and sound devices, as well as other types of frequency generators, use a wide variety of waveforms.

Whereas sine waves produce pure fundamentals, square waves include the series of odd overtones, and triangular waves are composed of a series of even overtones. Each type of waveform has its advantages and limitations, but the most effective waveform would be the unique personal waveform of the user.

With most systems, biometric measurement is made with one device or technique and then chosen frequencies are dialed into a separate generator for feedback to the user with sine, square or triangular waveforms. Supercomputers can take the input, analyze the sample, remove the noise and dissonance, and feed back the harmonic content using the person’s own private waveform.

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The modern industry of health biometrics really got its start with EEG measurements of brainwaves.

Other metabolic indicators followed including galvanic skin response, skin temp and sweat, EKG analysis of heartbeats and others. Recently, heart-rate variability (HRV), which provides a more accurate and simultaneous view of both the sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous systems, has become popular. However, whereas the brain shows how one is thinking and the heart how one is feeling, the voice combines both into a singular expression of one’s manner of being and doing. It makes sense that the voice would best describe who a person is and what they want, since it is the mechanism given to them by the universe to say who they are and what they want.

However, it is the breath that actually produces the majority of frequencies that make up one’s voice. Breath is known in many cultures as the primal wave. It is the first and last cycles of life…the alpha and omega…the origin and destiny of the wave. The way one inhales and exhales reveals how they take in life and then put it back out again. Brainwaves, heartbeats, cerebral pulse and other cycles come afterward and represent the history of the bio-chronological wave. Biometric monitoring will become the focus of more research and lead to the one that gives the most complete view of a person’s state.

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