Weird Rhapsody: Brainwave Mind Voyages
by Rob Harvilla | April 28, 2013
There's apparently an awful lot of hypnosis/meditation/subliminal self-help action happening on Rhapsody, but just try to find an entity more thorough than Brainwave Mind Voyages, a prolific series that offers "psychoacoustic vibrational sound therapy," or, if you prefer, "training wheels for your mind." You owe it to yourself to investigate their discography of soothing, quietly fortifying tracks precision-targeted at everyone from inveterate gamblers to chiropractors, but the appended playlist offers a helpful sample.
Will this work for you? We couldn't say. But we can strongly suggest that listening to the whole thing will help you with your laziness, your memory for numbers and dates, your putting, your bladder control, your acid reflux, your teeth and gums, your sensuality, your "bathroom anxiety" (yikes), your DJ success, your spine alignment, your broken heart, your stage fright, your snacking impulses, your search for a perfect boyfriend, your "covert persuasion" abilities, your naked body acceptance (presumably they mean your body here, but who knows), your lip-volumizing efforts, your dread, your interpretive-dancing acumen, your ambidexterity, your ability to "experience the unseen world," your apology skills, your emotional baggage, your hand-to-hand combat capability, your drum-circle participation, your reflexes, and your willingness to release grudges.