Introduction to Focus 12

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Introduction to Focus 12

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Introduces you the state of expanded awareness

Simply relax as you are guided from familiar Focus 10 to Focus 12, and calmly observe any differences. The high energy state and expanded awareness of this focus level enables you to become more conscious of inner resources and guidance. Effort and analysis are counterproductive. With repeated experience the distinctions become more pronounced, and you come to appreciate Focus 12 as a powerful and empowering state which readily lends itself to a wide diversity of purposes. (This track is from Gateway Experience Wave II – Threshold). Length: 35 minutes.

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What is Gateway Experience®

Mind Awakening program to help you achieve expanded awareness, and much more.

The Gateway Experience® In-Home Training Series is dedicated to developing, exploring and applying expanded states of awareness. Beginning with Discovery, there are eight "albums” called "Waves of Change.” Each Wave contains special Hemi-Sync® exercises designed to gently lead the listener into profound states of expanded awareness. While in such states, one has available a broader range of perceptions with which to solve problems, develop creativity or obtain guidance.

Each album is progressive in nature, building on the tools and techniques from the previous albums. Therefore, the albums must be used sequentially. The Gateway Experience Guidance Manuals, included with each Wave, prepare you for these exercises which help you to know and better understand your total self so you might enjoy a more fulfilling life.

What can you expect from the Gateway Experience?
"As much or as little as you put into it. Some discover themselves and thus live more completely, more constructively. Others reach levels of awareness so profound that one such experience is enough for a lifetime. Still others become seekers-after-truth and add an on-going adventure to their daily activity."
-- Robert A. Monroe