Waves within waves within waves. "Liminal" captures the essence of the liminal phase, the ambiguous space between thoughts, where the silent self exists as pure consciousness. This phase is often referred to as "the gap", a void that is pure consciousness, pure silence, and pure peace.
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"Liminal" is a pair of instrumentals created for Dr. Theresa Bullard's guided meditations "Into The Gap" and "Connecting To The Gap". An alternate version was previously released as "The Gap".
"Liminal I (Connecting To The Gap)" is ideal for a quick meditation. The binaural beats of "Liminal I (Connecting To The Gap)" deliver quick and efficient access to expanded state of consciousnesses.
The music of "Liminal II (Into The Gap)" falls into two sections: a relaxation section in the beginning, followed by a deep meditation. The binaural beats of "Liminal II (Into The Gap)" are very deep, and quite powerful. You will probably experience periods where you feel like you have fallen asleep: that’s okay. This feeling can be overcome by simply listening to this recording several times to give yourself a chance to attune to the new frequencies and train your brain to recognize these new deeper states of consciousness. We also recommend listening to this meditation at a time of day when you are not too tired and while sitting up rather than reclining. Finally, there is a Beta waking tone at the end of "Liminal II (Into The Gap)" meditation to help bring you back to waking consciousness.
WARNING: This music contains audio brainwave entrainment technologies. People who are subject to seizures, auditory disorders, or adverse mental conditions should not listen to this music without first consulting a physician. DO NOT listen to this music while driving, operating heavy machinery, or performing any other activities that require focused attention. Although binaural beats entrainment audio may contribute to wellness, it is not intended as a replacement for medical or psychological treatment. No medical claims are intended express or implied. No statements made have been evaluated or approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. For best results, use stereo headphones or earbuds.