Alternating Sounds | Written On Clouds: Bilateral Music for Healing and Growth

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Written On Clouds: Bilateral Music for Healing and Growth

by Alternating Sounds

By applying bilateral stimulation to a unique mix of musical and non-musical sounds, these therapeutic soundscapes are designed to enhance emotional well-being, improve insight, cultivate creativity and promote overall personal growth.
Genre: New Age: Energy Healing
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These compositions apply brain-based therapy principles such as bilateral stimulation and brainwave entrainment to a unique mix of musical and non-musical sounds. The result is a series of innovative “soundscapes” designed to encourage adaptive thoughts, emotions, sensations, memories and associations. 

One special technique used in each of these soundscapes is a process known as bilateral stimulation, which is the rhythmic swaying of sound back and forth across the left and right auditory channels. This process, which is used in therapeutic techniques such as EMDR and Brainspotting, helps to integrate the two hemispheres of the brain in a way that promotes their optimal functioning.

Many of these soundscapes also utilize a process known as brainwave entrainment, a technique for synchronizing two different frequencies to facilitate emotional well-being and enhanced neurological functioning.

Finally, the sound elements themselves have been carefully selected, modified and arranged to generate primarily positive, often powerful and at times even profound neurological responses.

The special sonic properties of these soundscapes require the use of headphones to be effective. A very soft volume is best. Since these soundscapes are much more than simple relaxation or meditation aids, it’s best to start by listening to just one or two at a time until you become accustomed to their effect on you.

These soundscapes support a wide range of positive functions. You can use them to enhance your creativity, promote positive thought patterns, increase your emotional resilience, lessen unhealthy or limiting beliefs you hold about yourself, sharpen your overall cognitive processing, reduce stress levels, minimize distractions, promote productivity, dissolve mental blocks, relieve certain types of physical distress, and improve a wide range of troubling symptoms that are often the result of deeply embedded trauma or other insufficiently processed life experiences and which are typically out of reach of the cognitive and language capacity of the conscious mind.

There are lots of ways to use these soundscapes, with few specific procedures to follow other than those you personally find most helpful. When listening to these soundscapes there is no need to “do” anything, so simply release your expectations of what should or shouldn’t happen and allow your thoughts, your feelings, your memories, your associations and your physical sensations to go where they will. Simply listening through headphones for a few minutes while attending to your physical, mental, emotional and imaginative self can be an enlightening experience.

If you notice yourself (a) experiencing unexpected or intense emotion, (b) remembering interesting, unusual or significant events from your past, (c) having notable bodily sensations, (d) daydreaming or having wandering thoughts or fantasies, or (e) gaining an insight you haven’t previously considered, just “stay with it” by continuing to be present to the unfolding process of what continues to reveal itself. It’s ok if whatever you notice doesn’t make immediate sense, if you experience different reactions than those listed above, or if you are unsure whether anything is actually “happening” or not. Just be open and available to whatever emerges and evolves.

These special soundscapes are capable of evoking a wide range of emotional responses. You will notice that some of them use repetitive musical patterns or non-musical sounds more than actual tunes. This encourages a different kind of listening experience that is particularly effective in activating the neuronal pathways of the deepest portions of your brain. You will probably have extended moments when you are not particularly aware that you are listening to anything, followed by periods of renewed attention to some aspect of the soundscape.

You will inevitably enjoy some soundscapes more than others, although repeated listening will likely reveal more of the special qualities of each selection. It is usually not necessary to listen to a lot of soundscapes in a row; it is often sufficient to listen to one or two selections at a time. Feel free to design your own playlist, re-arranging, repeating or deleting any of the selections in whatever way works best for you, and draw upon other volumes of bilateral stimulation soundscapes from Alternating Spounds, LLC.

Since headphones are required these soundscapes should never be listened to while driving or doing anything else that warrants your full conscious attention.

Of course, this music is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical, psychiatric or psychological advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of a qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding any conditions that trouble you.



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Joy leffler

Soothing, evocative and calming
The music is beautiful and the alternating sounds are soothing, evocative, and calming. I suppose that the experience of this music is different for each person. For me there is no better way to relax after a hard day and evening than to listen to these songs. If asked which one is my favorite, I doubt that I could pick just one. The 15 different passages evoke unique feelings and sense of calm or understanding. There is no better way to relax your body, mind and spirit.