[Summary: The second (2nd) binaural experiment. As with all of these, the base tones are altered in some way to induce an effect that is left unstated to avoid an expectation bias.]

This is designed to be a standalone binaural, though it may work well with spirals or other imagery.

As with the prior experiment, the sound will change at several points throughout the file to create a more powerful effect.

You may notice a heavy pulsing sensation, followed later by a spiraling sensation. Do let me know how those feel.

As always, enjoy.

- C


I'm not sure what the intended effect of this was, but I felt some pretty serious arousal sensations, especially toward the end! Not sure if this is due to the fact that I love binaurals or not but I was not unhappy.

Didn't feel much of a "spiraling" sensation per se, but I did feel lightheaded! Good stuff tbh! :)

I have to confess, I don't fully recall the mechanics behind this particular tone - regarding the spiraling sensation. I'd say that would show up more readily in some of the later tones, where the sound more effectively creates the illusion of rotation.

That said, it's safe to assume relaxation, and very often arousal, are involved in the base frequencies. I'm glad you enjoyed it, thanks for commenting!

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