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Meditations for Breaking the Habit of Being Yourself: Revised Edition Audio CD – Audiobook, CD, Unabridged
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That said, the biggest problem I had with these new files is the darn gongs going off. There are three of them in each meditation, one for each week of the program. For the fourth week, you're supposed to meditate through to the end. The induction portion of the meditation does a great job of getting you very relaxed. Then, instead of letting you drift peacefully into the next section (Week 2, if you’re following along with the book) you are hit on the head with a sonic bomb, bringing you right out of your trance. Kinda defeats the purpose of a deep meditation, doesn’t it?
My solution was to open the files in a sound editor, isolate the offending gong sounds, and then replace those sections with matching sections from the original music. This was quite a bit of work, but at least now I can either stop when I hear him introducing the next script, or drift peacefully into the next week’s lesson without being gonged over the head. To me, the gongs were a real mood killer when you’re trying to stay in a meditative state.
Sorry, Dr. Joe. No more gongs for you, OK?
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