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  • #16
    Originally posted by TarheelZ View Post
    I’m curious how binaural beats (used to bring brainwaves into similar patterns as those in deep meditative states) could help with foreskin restoration. I mean no disrespect, I just want to understand the theoretical basis.
    What theoretical basis? If you have a link to read we're all eyes.

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    • #17
      https://brainworksneurotherapy.com/what-are-brainwaves Your premise sounds entirely implausible, but a link from scientific research is the way to to.

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      • #18
        What guys who post on this site refuse to accept (or simply don't understand) is that skin expansion is based on, relies on, a physical distortion of the tissues involved. So photos (light), neural energy (however measureable) won't exert that force. It takes cycles of tension........................., so anything less than a force strong enough to distort that tissue is highly unlikely to cause skin expansion.


        https://www.sciencedirect.com/topics...ssue-expansion

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        • #19
          I don't have the capability to edit my posts, so the word above should be 'photons', not "photos".

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          • #20
            I'm convinced that the real secret behind all magic healing techniques, from red light, to sound, to meditation, to crystals, to salt, is rest. All of these magic healings simply trick people into taking time out of their day to sit down, relax, and get the rest their body needs to function optimally.

            You can save yourself a lot of money and delusion if you skip the magic lights and crystals and just make it a top priority to give yourself one hour of restful relaxation time per day.

            ...or you can do what I do, and spend your magic money on a music instrument that you find relaxing to play. Get your healing relaxation, get those mystical cosmic vibes going, and learn a new skill to impress your friends all at once.

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            • #21
              Originally posted by KragDragon View Post
              I'm convinced that the real secret behind all magic healing techniques, from red light, to sound, to meditation, to crystals, to salt, is rest. All of these magic healings simply trick people into taking time out of their day to sit down, relax, and get the rest their body needs to function optimally.

              You can save yourself a lot of money and delusion if you skip the magic lights and crystals and just make it a top priority to give yourself one hour of restful relaxation time per day.

              ...or you can do what I do, and spend your magic money on a music instrument that you find relaxing to play. Get your healing relaxation, get those mystical cosmic vibes going, and learn a new skill to impress your friends all at once.
              yes, absolutely. And also because..........you are touching on the other misunderstanding found on restoration forums: "healing' as synonymous with skin expansion, which it absolutely is not. How many years have we seen this idea. Healing is quite different from skin expansion; different processes. Healing is a natural response involving scar tissue. Restoration (done right) does not. We tugger types are not "healing' our skin, we are expanding it. So.....any method which bases its method on the rationale of skin "healing" is a waste of time, money, and way off base from expansion (accelerated mitotic activity).

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              • #22
                [QUOTE=Reality;n36954] I’m curious how binaural beats (used to bring brainwaves into similar patterns as those in deep meditative states) could help with foreskin restoration. I mean no disrespect, I just want to understand the theoretical basis.


                Another reply I have for this is: I sat in the audience when Daido Roshi, in upstate New York, talked about what he felt Science was touching on when it discovered that certain particles communicated with each other, at a distance, during zazen. He saw this as pertinent to the effect of meditation. I personally don't pretend to have this understanding, other than zazen, done over time, with a certain intensity, stimulating the ability to "see" (but I'm a Celt, lol, we have this as a tradition ). This of course is not what zazen is 'supposed' to do, or said differently, is not the " goal" (this is so hard to talk about), but can happen involuntarily, and needless to say, has nothing to do with a force distorting tissue so that an internal response supports an accelerated mitosis.

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                • #23
                  Hi Reality. I think you’re confusing my polite request for a theoretical basis for advocacy. It’s not. I don’t believe binaural beats would have any benefit. I wanted the OP to explain a theoretical basis for why he thinks this would help.

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                  • #24
                    I've heard of this use of red light, but it reminds me too much of a certain movie scene:

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                    • #25
                      Originally posted by TarheelZ View Post
                      Hi Reality. I think you’re confusing my polite request for a theoretical basis for advocacy. It’s not. I don’t believe binaural beats would have any benefit. I wanted the OP to explain a theoretical basis for why he thinks this would help.
                      Ok, I understand now. I actually has an answer for you but my answers take time to show up, when they show up at all. I thought it was an interesting question, primarily because I heard a conversation which had a peripheral association with you question.

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