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4 of 4 found the following review helpful:
I am really pleased with this machine May 01, 2011
By C. Jeffery
I've wanted a L&S machine for over a decade. At first I was all over "the Muse" by a defunct company named Zygon.
I was always told not to buy something over a certain dollar amount and wait. Wait and see if you still want it. I guess to check the impulsiveness. Anyways...
I came across not this machine but the Proteus. Both have great attributes. I can't and won't comment on the ergonomics of the Proteus as I never used it. The InnerPulse does look like a Walkman from my youth. Inconsequential. It delivers what I need it to.
I primarily use the relaxation and learning libraries. I've never been able to achieve that level of receptive consciousness so quickly. If you have an mp3 player with some subliminal and-or hypnosis recordings that is a plus. I've noticed it greatly improves their assimilation when used with a L&S machine.
I have noticed that even without the glasses I can just close my eyes and achieve a similar state of relaxation. Spending more money on the better glasses may not be necessary for anything other than your fascination with a nice light show. Also check out the company's website to see the three categories of downloadable sessions. I used the open slots for all the learning sessions.
I welcome any questions you have but bear in mind I'm no L&S expert and they are just my opinions. I am quite happy with my purchase. As you may also see on other review of the other machines, if you are prone to epileptic episodes do not use the light glasses. However, as I said, I believe the same effects can be achieved with the headphones only and close eyes.
Some may like it and some may not. At nearly $200 it's perhaps not an item to just "try". If you know anyone with one try theirs. I didn't and bought this one. Partly because I wanted one for so long but also it's one of the least expensive at under $200. The Nova Pro may have more bells and whistles (not sure) but for what I wanted in a machine this certainly fit the bill.
0 of 4 found the following review helpful:
Only Works Well in Dark Room Oct 10, 2011
By Conspicuous Consumer I bought a pair of these in an attempt to reduce stress years ago but apparently I didn't have enough faith or patience to notice a difference. I also found them to be irritating to try and use in a lit room because light creeps in around the glasses and makes the whole experience kind of cheesy. In a dark room, however, the lights are cool to watch and kind of hallucinogenic.