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Use of headphones will provide the most optimal experience, but are not required.
To fully experience the potential of this program, please get comfortable, close your eyes and relax for the next 3 minutes. Allow the sounds to immerse you in a deep sense of relaxation and peace.
Don’t be fooled – this is not just beautiful music – it is the design and technology infused in the soundtrack that evokes the deep relaxation response.
Call of the Heart tracks may be used in a number of different ways for a number of situations. Our philosophy, as always, is one of open-minded experimentation. As you become familiar with each of the tracks and the way it affects you, you’ll have a better idea of which tracks to use for which purposes.
Here are some of the ways people are using the tracks:
- for heart opening
- for centering
- to be deeply touched
- for helping to feel into and release submerged grief
- to help shift from anger to the underlying sadness
- to help shift from depression to aliveness
- to prep for a meditation session
- to prepare for sleep
Call of the Heart uses a masterful entrainment matrix, which includes isochronic and biofield technology, enabling the tracks to work well when played through speakers. However, the effect is typically most powerful when headphones or earbuds are used, so using headphones or earbuds is our “best practice” recommendation when possible.
Keeping the above in mind, here a few sample suggestions that may help you begin your exploration.
Using Call of the Heart:
There are a number of ways to use Call of the Heart as a stand-alone meditation, or as an addition to your current favorite iAwake tracks:
- Option 1 — Meditate with the suite of tracks, using your meditation practice of choice. Use the breath, the heart center, or the music as a “meditation object,” gently returning your attention when it wanders. This practice helps facilitate “state flexibility,” allowing you to drop into meditation or relaxation more easily, any time you need to.
- Option 2 — Begin your meditation with one of the tracks. When the track ends, follow it with Profound Meditation 3.0 or other iAwake tracks you are using for your meditation practice.
- Option 3 – Play Call of the Heart tracks on your speakers to create an environment of beauty and love in your physical space.
- Option 4 – Play Call of the Heart tracks to enter a deep trance state for shamanic exploration, self-hypnosis, releasing trauma and emotions, or working with “medicine questions.”
- Option 5 – Play Call of the Heart tracks to help fully experience and release grief and sorrow. Immerse yourself in the music and let the feelings come and flow through you.
Call of the Heart is a truly lovely collection of music, sung by an amazing and little known singer, Vidia Wesenglund. We had set out to find tracks of beautiful music to then infuse with entrainment, targeting theta brainwaves to support healing and intuition and insight. As soon as I heard these tracks, that was it – I knew these were the ones. They were already psychoactive and profoundly moving.
Then we sent one of the tracks to Leigh Spusta, a master musician besides being a brainwave entrainment whiz (Deep Delta, Solar Infusion, etc) and asked him if he thought he could layer in sound technology that would support and not hurt the music, yet still provide a powerful entrainment effect. And what he sent back, well, surprised us. It blended so well with the music, yet the entrainment was strong, so he, of course, added his tech magic to all the tracks.
We also reached out to Eric Thompson, one of the co-founders of iAwake and developer of all our early tracks (including Profound Meditation 3.0) and asked him if he’d be interested in providing biofield technology to the tracks – and Eric kindly agreed. He has put together a formula that supports emotional healing, heart opening and balancing, to this already stellar set of tracks, so we believe we have a truly phenomenal, transformative offering.
Brainwave Entrainment Technology
Theta: Deep creativity, insight, healing, intuition, access to inner guidance
From Leigh Spusta, developer of the brainwave entrainment tech:
“I kept the same target of 5.5Hz across all tracks to ensure a solid, continuous entrainment. I used an isochronic tone approach on all tracks, yet each track has its own unique carrier audio, a drone instrument with a timbre and pitch that blended well with each track. On one track, I used a sample of the track itself to embed the isochronic tone into the ocean-like sound. Finally, the depth of the isochronic pulse and the mix level of the carrier audio were determined in each instance by both the effectiveness of the entrainment and by maintaining the soothing aesthetic of the track.”
From Eric Thompson, developer of the biofield technology:
Here are the energetic signatures included in all the tracks:
- Golden Mean Energy: A naturally balancing and soothing energy associated with the Golden Proportion.
- Heart Activation: Helps open the heart and facilitate the transmutation of negativity into heart-centered joy.
- Heart Chakra: Cleanses and balances the energetic heart.
- Heart Health: Helps restore general heart health where needed; may also help with heart arrhythmia.
- Rose Quartz: Known as the ‘love stone,’ as it emits a strong vibration of unconditional love, joy, warmth and emotional healing.
- Theta Brain Waves (as energetic signals, not BWE): The energetic signature of theta. Opening the heart can be surprisingly enervating, and the addition of theta waves helps balance that out so that it isn’t overpowering.
NOTE: A bit about the biofield entrainment, also called subtle energy technology. The science for measuring this technology has not been firmly established, which leads to healthy skepticism, though most of us can acknowledge there are dimensions of experience not easy to categorize or capture – yet.
Some people can readily detect the subtle energy technology in these tracks and others can’t. Typically, you can sense into its impact by feeling warmth on your skin, and a more whole body experience, than that evoked by the brainwave entrainment only, which tends to be more located in the head. Then, of course, there are the internal markers that you will recognize if you are sensitive in this way. Hear from a few people
who are sensitive to this dimension:
“I felt energy moving in my body on every track.” ~ Christopher Griffin
“the effect is otherworldly and feels healing/longing” ~ Scott
“the subtle energy technology has a deepening presence.” ~ Charles Flores, PhD
In the end, what’s important is YOUR experience.
I LOVE this music and this beautiful voice! It has such a calming effect on the soul. It’s grounding and relaxing, just beautiful! ~ Roberto Sicoli
As a connoisseur of entrainment tracks I loved the way the tech was added to the vocals. It is truly a new art form of great beauty. Best entrainment track I’ve used. ~ Paul
These tracks provided a different kind of focus than I’ve experienced with iAwake products. It was like I became a heart that was focused and thinking, processing emotional issues through the heart. I immediately became still and dropped into a very deep space that I think is a combination of heart and psyche. ~ Lisa Celentano
so unique, transcendent, healing, releasing, paranormal ~ Scott
I’d like to congratulate you for another great product. The music selection is just beautiful and I have to say I think Leigh’s work is always beautiful, he seems to be very sensible and knows how to transmit that through sound. Thanks! ~ Luis Romero
There was a lot of pain erasure: which is to say that the tracks brought up pain to erase that I didn’t know was there. ~ Christopher Worthing
The music is LOVELY, soothing, moving, melancholic in the best sense of that term. Mournful and lyrical and elegant and real and deep and goes right to the heart. YES – the call of the heart comes through. Maybe it is just me, and I needed to let some deep lamenting rise up…..tears went down my cheeks at some points. But it was a good releasing. ~ Angela Macleod
Vidia Wesenlund is the singer and developer of the soundtracks, which come from her only solo album. Her music has been featured in the award-winning documentary, Samsara (2011), with music produced by Michael Sterns, Lisa Gerrard and Marcello De Francisci. Originally from Norway, she lives in New Mexico, US. She graduated from the American Musical & Dramatic Academy in NYC, worked as an actress in Norway for many years, and later studied different singing techniques both in Norway and the US, particularly jazz.
Leigh Spusta is a behavioral scientist, hypnotherapist, and Certified Therapeutic Imagery Facilitator specializing in the use of sound frequencies to produce deep, relaxing trance states. His work has become internationally recognized, enjoyed by thousands around the world. Leigh combines his talents as a musician and his knowledge of hypnosis and related states, to pioneer new approaches in creating rich, resonant soundscapes for greater efficacy in healing and meditative products.
Eric Thompson is the creator of the iNET entrainment process, and was a co-founder and the first Chief Technology Officer of iAwake Technologies, LLC. Eric is no longer with iAwake Technologies but was a seminal contributor to its development and all initial products, including the Profound Meditation Program. Eric is now the founder of Subtle Energy Sciences and writes and speaks on the intersection between neuroscience, psychology and spirituality.
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