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  1. Michael

    Hello,

    Thank you for this review!

    In your experience, does the Kasina have the same effect as the Ajna Light does? Is it just as powerful?

    I’ve tried the PandoraStar, which, from what I hear, is very similar to the Ajna, however it is just too insanely expensive to buy for personal use. The effects were powerful, however, as I saw a kaleidoscope or colors and went into a deeply meditative state.

    • Hello Michael,

      Thank you for your comment and your question and sorry for the delay in replying. I have been in the Amazon rainforest for the last three weeks and just came back to civilization yesterday.

      In my personal experience, the Ajna light was quite a bit more powerful than the Kasina, but then so is the price! The Kasina still works very well, and some people find it works better for them than others. However, whereas the Ajna light requires very little effort to reach a deep meditative state, I find the Kasina is a great tool to bring you into deeper meditative states faster, but you still need to get the ball rolling by practicing meditation.

      Also, it is worth playing around with different Kasina sessions and varying the brightness to find what works best for you. I find some sessions quite effective and other ones not so much.

      From what I was reading a while back it sounds like the PandoraStar is even more powerful than the Ajna, but as you said, it is insanely expensive.

      I hope that makes some sense and helps a bit. Let me know if you have more questions or want further clarification.

      Best Regards,

      Tim

  2. I agree. My bundle came recently with both glasses. I use the deepvision in the weekend and find the standard more handy on an everyday basis and travelling. It is a marvellous machine, but unfortunately most people I have demomstrated it to, get somehow annoyed with the blinking light, though I explain that it is the most important part of the entrainment, and can be beautiful if they relax with it and try to appreciate the therapy. Not like some pleasing television movie.

    • Hi Joergen, Thanks for your comment. I am glad that you are enjoying your Kasina. It is true that it doesn’t seem to work for everyone, but I think with some relaxation, practice and letting go of expectations it can work for most people. In these modern times people are used to all sorts of sensational entertainment and instant gratification, so it can be difficult to settle down to experience the subtler effects of brainwave entrainment. Perhaps a good indicator of whether a Kasina will work for someone is to try out some binaural beats and isochronic tones tracks on YouTube for a few days or weeks. If results are felt from those, then there is a good chance that more powerful results will be achieved from sessions with the Kasina.

  3. Steve Fox

    This appears to be a good review, but I have to take issue with the comment at the bottom that says you save $50 by buying the bundle with theDeepVision goggles. The difference in price between the regular goggles and the DeepVision goggles is $50. Since theyremove the regular goggles from the bundle and add the DeepVision goggles, the price increase is $50.
    It’s not a savings, it’s a difference in cost.

    • Hi Steve,

      Thanks for reading and for your comment. Actually, they still do include the regular goggles in the bundle so you get both goggles. At least, when I purchased mine a couple of years back they did. If you have purchased the bundle and only received the DeepVision goggles let me know and I will contact them, or let them know as they probably left the regular ones out by mistake.

      I still use my mind machine all the time and I do prefer the DeepVision goggles most of the time. Sometimes it’s nice to use the regular ones too just for a change though.

      Best wishes,
      Tim

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