This signal is derived from the Thalamus - a structure
that represents the first level at which perception becomes available to conscious experience.
The phenomenology of many recondite states of consciousness ("The source", "The Formless" "The
Beyond") overlap many functions of the thalamus. It has been called the brain's pacemaker, and it seems to
be involved in our perception of time.
Several mystic traditions, most notably the Hindu tradition based on the "Yoga Sutras of Patanjali",
claim that some deeper states of meditation are identical to those of dreamless sleep, but that the Yoga Practitioner
is self-aware, while the sleeper is not.
This signal may do no more for you than make you drowsy if you don't make the effort to remain alert and aware.
However, if you find that it's effective for you, and you remain 'present', you may find more interesting experiences
than that through this signal.
This is an untested signal. If you are not comfortable using untested signals, do not use this one.
When beginning to use any signal, it's a good idea to begin with shorter sessions.
When you're planning to use a signal over only one side, it's good to try it over each side to see which side feels
best with that signal for you.