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Merry Christmas and happy holidays and blessed solstice and such, to everyone celebrating.

With a smidge of luck and spare time, I'll be updating more regularly next year (2018.) There are currently three scripts in the works, and four recordings pending.

As always, thanks for reading, and enjoy.

- C

Submitted by Chris on Sun, 12/24/2017 - 14:44

Binaural Experiments

[Summary: The first binaural explicitly mentioned as an experiment, because elements of the binaural audio effect were altered. The audio is meant to pair with brainwave image 9, as the entrainment focuses on the same target brainwave pattern.] I've created a binaural designed to complement brainwave image 9. During the binaural, some aspects of the sound will change. If I'm correct, this will create a more immersive effect.
Submitted by Chris on Wed, 12/07/2016 - 00:51

Brainwave Image 9

[Summary: The ninth (9th) of the image patterns made to exploit brainwave entrainment (visual) to induce trance states. Images are included both with and without text suggestions.] [Warning: If you have photosensitive epilepsy or are otherwise sensitive to flashing lights, do not continue.] Been awhile since I've done one of these. Experimenting with a (slightly) different color palette. The first image contains no text. The second contains text including instructions to touch yourself and stare, while becoming unable to look away. As always, if you have photosensitive epilepsy or any similar condition you should not open these files or the pages that contain them.
Submitted by Chris on Thu, 11/17/2016 - 22:00

Somnolence - Audio

[Summary: Audio for the script sharing this title. Binaurals are included to amplify the effectiveness of it. Since this is meant to be listened to while in bed and going to sleep, no visual component is included.] Since it's a bit counter-productive for a sleep aid to be purely text...
Submitted by Chris on Wed, 06/15/2016 - 22:34


[Summary: One of the few vanilla scripts I've published over the years, designed purely as a sleep aid. Notably, you are instructed to fall asleep almost immediately following the reading of it. It exploits the desire to go to sleep.] [Warning: This script is designed to put you to sleep. Use with caution, or before bed.] Sometimes, you visit here to satiate your arousal. You click "read more," in search of satisfying the desire to be controlled, brainwashed, and mesmerized. Those visits are sexual in nature, they feed your lust. I'm quite happy to provide material for those moments, obviously, but there are other times where that sort of satisfaction isn't what you want - or it isn't possible for a myriad of reasons. Sometimes, it makes sense to seek something less-than-sensual here. Among these tamer curiosities that lead to hypnotic exploration is a sensation called somnolence, the feeling of drowsiness...a strong desire for sleep. You could consider it to be the curse of the insomniac. It's likely to be a state you're familiar with on some level, whether or not you've heard the term before. We all have our restless nights.
Submitted by Chris on Fri, 05/27/2016 - 14:30