This powerful and potent shamanic journey invites the listener to make full contact with their heart, their own inner wisdom, and non-physical helpers and guides to reveal, heal and transform the habitual patterns and blocks that inhibit and stifle growth and creativity. Byron Metcalfs continuous heartbeat rhythm, medicine rattles, heart and soul activating trance drumming combines with Hemi-Sync sonic mastery for a rewarding and memorable shamanic journey. Repeated use of this music in a personal ritual or ceremonial context will enhance the hearts capacities for love, compassion, courage, power, and strength. Byron Metcalf, Ph.D., is a transpersonal guide and educator, shamanic practitioner, researcher, and professional musician. Byron holds a Ph.D. in transpersonal psychology, a masters degree in counseling psychology, and is a certified graduate of Grof Transpersonal Training and Eupsychia Institutes Psycho-Spiritual Integration programs. Byron has trained, studied, and worked with shamans, healers, and psycho-spiritual teachers from many parts of the world including Stan Grof, Jack Kornfield, Hameed Ali, John Davis, Ph.D., Angeles Arrien, Ph.D., Jose and Lena Stevens, Sandra Ingerman, and Don Americo Yabar. For nearly three decades, Byron has been intensely involved in consciousness research and spiritual development, specializing in the transformative potential of alternative states of consciousness. As a drummer, percussionist and recording engineer, Byron produces for deep inner exploration, breathwork, shamanic journeywork, body-oriented therapies, various meditation practices and the healing arts. Length: 71 minutes Learn more about Hemi-Sync, and get your FAQ answered. Learn more about Hemi-Sync creator Robert Monroe. Do not listen to Hemi-Sync while driving or operating heavy equipment, or with other devices that may influence brainwave activity. If you have a tendency towards seizures, auditory disorders, or adverse mental condition(s), do not listen to Hemi-Sync without first consulting your physician. Do not use Hemi-Sync with Dolby or other noise-reduction systems, as doing so will diminish the effectiveness of the Hemi-Sync signals.