Free Access to Brandy Gillmore’s Sensory Interrupt Technique (SIT 101)™
What can it do for me?
Common Benefits Reported by users with regular use:
Help Release pain, More Energy, Improved Focus, Better Sleep, Decreased Stress, Being More Present and many more benefits…
What is Sensory Interrupt Technique™?
Sensory Interrupt Technique (SIT 101) is a very simple process designed to help release stress from the body while optimizing the functions of the mind. Though this process may seem very simple, it can have profound results when practiced regularly. Many people report having immediate stress relief and even pain relief during their listening experience, though results may vary depending on each person, their efforts, level of follow through.
Instructions: It is best to find a quiet place where you won’t be disturbed and it is safe to relax and close your eyes. This, of course, excludes while driving or engaging in any other activities that require your attention. Then, simply plug in stereo headphones, relax and follow along. If, at times, the recording feels too fast, it is typically an indication that the mind is not completely focused, wandering, or trying too hard on each number. If this occurs it would be best to gently bring your attention back to the technique, in a relaxed manner to refocus and enjoy the process. If your mind is not used to being focused, you may want to start out by doing the first part of the recording and increase over time until you are able to do the full recording.
How Often Should I Listen? Listening once in the morning and once in the evening and during times of high stress as needed is often optimal for most people. However, it is best to listen to your own body and always do what you feel is best for you.
The Recording: This exercise is approximately 11 minutes. The recording itself consists of simple directions of visualizing and feeling numbers (from 1 to 101), along with a special frequency background music.
If you want to know more…
Counting is used because it helps to engage the analytical part of the mind, as well as help the subconscious mind and nervous system relax because it knows what to expect next. e.g: The number 11 is always before the number 12 and so on. By knowing what is next, the mind and nervous system are able to further relax.
Visualizing: Visualizing engages the creative part of the mind. Then, by adding in the use of the senses, we can simultaneously lightly engage the nervous system. This is designed to help the nervous system take a “break” from the daily sensory information it is constantly receiving, as well as improve the connection with the mind. Overall, the goal is the engage the “analytical mind, the “creative mind” and the nervous system to have them all work in sync in a simple and relaxing way. The goal is not to try too hard, but just to follow along as best you can. When visualizing we do not need to get a perfect picture, rather a general concept or feel of the number is sufficient.
“Touch on Tens”: “negative” emotions and stress can be stored in the mid-section of the body around the solar plexus. “Touch on Tens” is part of the exercise that guides the listener to gently touch the body when the recording reaches any numbers that are in multiples of 10. E.g. 10, 20, 30 and so on. The “touch” is done first on the ribs of the left side of the body (representing the past), then the center solar plexus (representing the current) and then the right outside ribs (representing the future). This is designed to help the body itself to release the stress.
Background Music: The music was made using a single to tri-tone melody and composed the “special” 528Hz frequency. 528Hz is known for being the original note of the Solfeggio musical scale, used by ancient healers and priests for optimizing health and blessings.