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The Morning Session

Post by Владимир Никонов » Mon Mar 12, 2012 14:05

Morning
Soft stimulation predominantly in the range of CMP (body asleep, mind awake), coupled with a low frequency carrier helps to finally Wake up and successfully start a new day.

Apply in the morning to perk me up.
Andrew, tell me, in the end of the session starts the effect as if massaging the brain in his head.
What is it? So relaxing.

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Re: Session Morning

Post by Владимир Никонов » Wed Apr 11, 2012 0:03

Apply every morning this session. Moved their sleeping hours. Before went at 2 in the morning and slept till 14: 00. Now I get up at 10: 30 go to 00-00.

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Re: Session Morning

Post by Димас » Wed Apr 11, 2012 23:20

Vladimir Nikonov
I agree, great program, plus the sleep runs well.

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Re: Session Morning

Post by Димас » Wed Apr 11, 2012 23:25

Vladimir Nikonov
And if the brightness vlupit 70-75% roughly! :wink: :ay

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Re: Session Morning

Post by Владимир Никонов » Thu Apr 12, 2012 16:40

I have the brightness on full is everywhere.

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Re: Session Morning

Post by Воффка » Thu Apr 12, 2012 20:48

Subscribe to the issue. Of course I would like to learn more about the session, as far as I understand this is an alpha session? What form of signal from this session?
Another question, a little not in a subject :oops: The manual says that: WUA "Navigator" indicates the type of modulating signal, with the sessions as follows:
<name of session>as, etc.
but the names of the sessions consist simply of: R01N, L03N, morning and not specified to determine the signal form of the letters how to parse?

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Re: Session Morning

Post by Воффка » Fri Apr 13, 2012 8:53

With the signal form understood :)
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Which form of signal see the effect You described in the end of the session?

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Re: Session Morning

Post by Андрей Патрушев » Fri Apr 13, 2012 8:54

Воффка wrote:Subscribe to the issue. Of course I would like to learn more about the session, as far as I understand this is an alpha session? What form of signal from this session?
Session posted to the website, the editor-in sessions, too; the rest is in Your hands... :? Specific questions will be answered. :) This session is available with all forms of signal.
Воффка wrote:Another question, small is not subject To instructions it is written that: WUA "Navigator" indicates the type of modulating signal, with the sessions is as follows: <session name>as, and so on, but the names of the sessions consist simply of: R01N, L03N, morning and not specified to determine the signal form of the letters how to parse?
After the N should stand one or two letters indicating the shape of the signal.

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Re: Session Morning

Post by Димас » Mon Apr 16, 2012 22:05

Voffka
I have a form of the signal N. But again, the less bright signal, the higher the training effect, and the brighter the light, the faster comes the search condition, and training effect is shortened.

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