Should a philandering man look upon La Segua with lascivious eyes, he is doomed to a life of insanity. Explore colonial Costa Rica in this cautionary tale about love and madness.
This soundscape plays during intermission of Milagro Theatre’s “Alebrijes: A Día de Muertos Tale” while the crew transforms the set into the steamy jungle between the worlds of the living and the dead.
In which the Lost Road finds J.S. Epperson while meditating in a Faraday Cage surrounded by Hemi-Sync® while visiting the Monroe Institute.
In which a free, one week course asks the question, Do You Meditate?
Regenerate combines audio brainwave entrainment with healing Rife frequencies to form a regenerative healing field tuned to encourage the health and well being of the mind, body, and spirit.
My Hemi-Sync® CDs have been reissued using sustainable sources of packaging and environmentally friendly plant-based ink.
A messy post about faith and Christianity and The Tabernacle Experience.
In which J.S. Epperson fact-checks Steve Fussell’s article about The Tabernacle Experience for the The Daily Commercial.
In which Barbara Bullard speaks about Hemi-Sync® and Metamusic® at the Green Festival Expo.
In which J.S. Epperson’s Hemi-Sync® CD Remembrance has been sustainably greenified.
In which a sorcerer discovers meditation, but with a scientific twist.
In which Prevention Magazine implies that J.S. Epperson’s album Indigo for Quantum Focus with Hemi-Sync® is better than chocolate.
In which J.S. Epperson’s album Remembrance with Hemi-Sync® is heralded as “…the worst thing for sale on the internet”
The Hemi-Sync® Metamusic® album Remembrance was truly innovative.