How Modern Meditation Was Born
It all started in 1985. With a common interest in meditation and personal growth, Bill Harris and Wes Wait wanted to help people in those areas.
They first carried out a test of Holosync with a small group of friends, and the number of forerunners eventually grew to 150 consisting of people from North America and Europe.
Influenced by Dr. Gerald Oster’s 1973 article titled “Auditory Beats in the Brain” which talked about altering a listener’s state of mind with specific sounds, Harris and Wait went on to carry out further experiments on how to achieve that goal.
Following the success of the experiment, participants encouraged the duo to create a more defined pattern for using Holosync. And in 1989, Centerpointe introduced Holosync to the general public.
Silent Messaging Technology
In the beginning, they sort to use high tech modern technologies to enable people meditate deeply like professionals who had spent years to master the art of meditation.
The goal was to enable a quick change of unconscious mental programming with the use of silent affirmations specifically chosen by the participant and delivered in their own voice using Centerpointe’s proprietary Autofonix silent messaging technology.
Results recorded from this experiment were great. Participants testified to have enjoyed their meditation and observed a great deal of improvement in their physical and mental health.
They were able to reach new levels of meditation which cleansed their body system and positioned them to be more productive.
In order to create balance in the rapid changes participants were experiencing in their mental, emotional and spiritual health, Centerpointe added another feature to the holosync meditation –a set of follow up letters.
With these, participants were able to communicate on the phone with Harris.
This was a customer care support service that was readily available to help participants through any challenges they may be experiencing and provide answers to questions they may have in regards to their meditation routines.
Over the years, this customer support has evolved into more engaging and effective resources like webinars, audio, video and specialized reports on brain studies and discoveries.
Incorporating the Work of Nobel Laureate Ilya Prigogine
Centerpointe Research was also influenced by work of Nobel Prize-winning scientist Ilya Prigogine.
His work which was about the growth of complex non liner systems gave credence to how Holosync is able to cause concrete changes in the brain and the individual’s overall health.
To further solidify the holosync technique, this work was added to Centerpointe’s resource to give users a more satisfying experience.
The influence of Prigogine’s work in Centerpointe’s research led Bill Harris to write and publish the first edition of his book “Managing Evolutionary Growth” in 1992.
Ever since it was published, the book has been a reference point to Holosync users around the globe.
Centerpointe attained another milestone in 1994 when three new soundtracks were created for the deeper level program.
The soundtracks were Immersion 1.5, Immersion 0.5, and Immersion 0.3. As testified by over two million users around the world, these soundtracks are able to take them into deepest levels of the brain pattern for great evolutionary changes.
The very first Centerpointe’s retreat was held in Oregon in 1996. The five-day event had notable speakers amidst a listening of intense holosync soundtracks.
Many more retreats have been held, serving as meeting point for holosync users around the world.