Hypnotic Music to Induce Trance. Dick Sutphen's The Zapper combines vibrational theta waves with a delta-rhythm (deep sleep) pulse to generate an enhanced hypnogogic state of mind in which you are open to receive subjective images and inspiration. This is the deep meditative level that used to take people months of practice to attain. Albert Einstein claimed to have received his ideas in this state, and Mozart composed music at this level. Simply follow the instructions and use as you would for self-hypnosis or meditation.
Do not use in a moving automobile or while doing other things. This music will generate a dreamy altered-state-of-consciousness. Even if your eyes remain open while listening, you will be in an alpha state. The music was created to support meditation, massage, making love, deep relaxation, and uses conductive to mind programming, such as providing your own suggestions while listening to the music and studying.
To awaken after listening, or while the music is playing, turn off and verbally tell yourself to fully awaken on the count of five. Then count up from one to five. And say the words, “Wide awake. Wide awake.” 60 Minutes.