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12-15-2016, 05:59 AM
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There’s more to this infection, I don’t think it’s over just yet. This morning I got only mild redness so I went with lenses to work. Bad idea, air conditioning and bright lighting in office killed it again, it got red and sore again (only right eye). Not quite as severe, though.

Plus it was a sh*t day work wise as I had to fix something for free, a job I finished almost a year ago, but client who is hard to deal with wouldn’t pay for re-visiting it again now, and contractually they’re right; so I won’t get paid for any of my work today. Translation = very stressful and energy draining day at work. Still, I didn’t get all that tired or depressed; I came home and had plenty of energy to play ball with kids.

I got 2 hours of MIR before bedtime yesterday, 7 hours last night, plus about 4-5 today; doubt I can make more than 14-16 daily even if I use every available opportunity. Recommended on sales page is 24 hours; will less (up to figure I gave above) seriously degrade effectiveness, and what would be the bare minimum recommended Shannon? If I was down with something serious and bed ridden, I could easily pull off 20, but not 24 without affecting somebody else. Is that an issue?

I am using hybrid trickling stream track, same as DMSI. It’s pretty easy to find upper comfortable volume limit, after a minute or two I just know if it’s off or just right, something that eluded me with silent track on AM.

When coming home from work I stopped at the shops; I was hardly feeling frisky or in good mood, but surprisingly I saw a girl staring at me like a rabbit in the headlights. I parked a car and she was passing by; I had loud music coming out of the window so she looked up and just stared at me for a second or two, then turned away and kept walking. Then she turned and looked at me again; by this time, I turned off the engine and just looked at her, amused. She looked awestruck, her chin dropped. Then she was getting to the corner and turned to stare at me again, and stroked her hair as she turned the corner. Very amusing. She was very good looking too, and very young -what’s with that? On AM I noticed lots of IOI’s from women in 30’s an up, but not teens and 20’s; what’s going on now?

So I’d say from this last thing, if you’re running DMSI, and decide you want to use MIR, you won’t be missing out on, or reversing of aura you got off DMSI, at least not initially, judging by this. I’ll see how it goes in the next few days and will report if anyone is interested. It may be early to say for sure, but I like the idea of cycling it with DMSI (1/2 to 1 week of MIR to 4 weeks of DMSI) to get the best of both and build up the most powerful aura from both combined. Think of MIR time as healing and powering up the body. I like it.
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12-15-2016, 04:31 PM (This post was last modified: 12-15-2016 04:40 PM by Shannon.)
Post: #22
RE: Barba's DMSI journal
If you don't run it 24 hours, you're only making the infection worse by killing the weak germs and letting the stronger ones reproduce. 24 hours a day is not a recommendation
It's how you get the results. Put it on your phone and play it 24 hours a day As loud as you can.affecting others is not a problem.

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12-15-2016, 05:12 PM
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I'll do just that, thanks Shannon.
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12-16-2016, 05:13 AM
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I’d never posted on dreams: I haven’t had ones as vivid as last night. Curious side effect from MIR. Below is sleep log also: very restless night, waking up fully every half an hour or so. If it’s not resistance, it’s some other sort of struggle.

I was back in house where I lived in when I was 6 to 12 years old; I noticed a guy standing outside the window; I opened the window to see what he wants, and he pissed on me as soon as I opened it; I had a gun and I shot him in both shoulders. His friend came in and said, he needs help. I didn’t call the ambulance; instead I went about my usual business. Then police came and arrested me; I realized they’ll confiscate all my possessions and look up my forum posts (dread!); I asked will I do jail time; police woman said yes but if you want, we can kill you; then you can come back as a zombie and have all the sex you want (???) I said fair deal, just shoot me. Huh

Next scene, I prepared the dinner and I have a special guest; it’s none other but Tom Waits. He’s sitting at the table with his hat on, and eating, and doesn’t say much. IRL Tom Waits is one of top 5 people I’d love to have conversation with; here he just grumbled and ate the dinner. I felt disappointed that I couldn’t get him to talk. I wasn’t even flattered that he liked the food. Sad

   
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12-16-2016, 05:16 AM
Post: #25
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I am listening to ultrasonic silent track of MIR on phone speaker; I’m glad Shannon chimed in with instruction; this is a lot easier than having to sport headphones all day. As for affecting anyone else, my 9-yo said what’s that high pitched noise; he was about 3 meters away when he said that. I put phone close to him and said is this it; he said yes that’s it. He can pick if it’s off or on, down to 50% volume. Incredible. While, I can’t hear it at all. But he wouldn’t come to study room because of it. The 6-yo couldn’t hear it.

Volume is now just below screeching point on iPhone 6, about 80%. It feels a lot more intense than hybrid track. I can’t hear it at all, but I can feel tension dropping when I walk away from the phone. I will probably drop volume overnight. I will obviously stick to silent track from now on, if I have to choose only one for maximum effectiveness. I have no choice but to change formats because I’ll likely be using silent track for at least 3 more days; I’ve only used hybrid for 1 day. No major dramas yet in switching over. I’ve been listening to it 12 hours straight now, minus a few pauses to interact with kids.

No discomfort from the eye infection itself at all today. Hasn’t changed since this morning, I expected it to worsen in afternoon.

Uncharacteristically, I had a huge pizza for lunch, as I was starving beyond usual; normally I have salad, fruit/veggie drink and protein of some sort; today that wouldn’t do. I was hungry, even more than on DMSI. Surprisingly, I didn’t fall into food coma ditch after lunch; if my metabolism sped up and digested food quicker I’d be even more tired as more energy and blood flow would be concentrated on digestion; if it slowed down and is still in there, I’d feel full for ages, which I didn’t. Strange, as if that huge amount of food just disappeared or burned out almost immediately when I ate it.

I’m doing my usual work while MIR is running; concentration is not as good as usual, hope I adjust to it. Multi-tasking overview is transparent, but takes longer to process.

As for aura, I don’t know, I’ve been working from home all day so haven’t seen anybody but kids; and they were climbing on me and hugging me while I was trying to work (after I’d silence MIR, of course). Is that my aura projecting or are you just happy to see me? I have feeling I’ll be asking that a lot in future. Unfortunately their mum is being rude and hostile tonight; her loss again.
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12-16-2016, 09:21 AM
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On MIR... set the volume as high as possible and keep it there. That higher volume equates to power levels. If you start lowering the volume, it's like taking a partial dose of your antibiotic. Find your max volume and stay there.

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12-18-2016, 10:26 AM
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I’m not sure yet what to make out of MIR experience just yet. Circle isn’t complete at this point; I’m not sure what it’s doing at the moment.

Recapping weekend, I was using it 24/7 on iPhone, ultrasonic track, kept it with me all the time, including:

• while sleeping – no dramas there, not missing headphone wires;
• while driving once – became oblivious to fact it’s with me all the time, and only realized when text came through while driving; didn’t affect concentration, reflexes or coordination, still turned it off for time being;
• in church; as soon as we sat, 9-yo said, it’s that screeching sound again; had to turn it off for the time being;
• at work Christmas function dinner; kept it with me in vest breast pocket and kept it going;

Saturday, I ate plentiful but there weren’t chances to eat often; had to run around about family stuff. Energy subdued; definitely not feeling abundant there. In evening, had Christmas dinner with work in the city; food was pretentious and expensive, servings very small; with my appetite, I could have given “all ribs you can eat” place a run for their money; instead I got three tablespoons worth of food in half an hour increments. I had white wine and noticed it affected me more than usual; obviously no solid foundation of food. Didn’t really feel like interacting much (no aura was given) except with head manager; he sat next to me the whole evening and asked if I’d fancy some cognac after dinner; I said sure, went to the bar and had some $40 per glass fine cognac to toast to bright future (had to teach waiter how to warm up cognac glass); three rounds of it; definitely felt them too, which is again very unusual for me.

Had sex that evening and today in the afternoon; although I was tired, I initiated both times; wifey surprisingly went with it happily, both times she was on top, both times she came enthusiastically. MIR keeps the sexual desire intact despite lack of energy.

Wifey reported tiredness today (wonder if MIR affects her, she must pick it up when she’s close to me as phone is always on me), but not as much as me; had to lie down after early morning church, and after kids’ birthday party at the pool; felt like an old grandpa.

I don’t know what MIR is busy with, but I have no energy to spare. I’m working, but not all cylinders are firing in unison. I’m still shoving food down, even though it’s past midnight; whether it’s walnuts, sandwiches, dried fruit, leftover sausages, all gets sucked in like the black hole. Still, skin on stomach feels tight; I am definitely not putting any weight, anywhere; been devouring food for a week that started on DMSI; now I ended on MIR; wouldn’t be surprised if I overall lost some.

What else… I saw a pregnant woman at shops, her shopping trolley escaped while she opened the car boot so I ran in and grabbed it; helped her with the big stuff. She said thanks, you’re my saviour, I’m such a ditz these days; I said no thank you; I apologize if I’m being indiscreet, but where I’m from, seeing pregnant lady is good luck; thanks to you I’ll have good luck today. And she was very sweet and graceful about it, too. And she was really pretty. But I can’t help but to think there’s something about pregnant women, if I can see aura on anybody, it’d be them; some of them positively glow, just like this one did. Wonder if that’s the origin of good luck superstition, that her aura affects one who is close to her?

Actually, complimenting or just mentioning to a woman her pregnancy, is probably one single riskiest thing you can do unless you know her personally; she might not appreciate it, or worse yet, she may not be pregnant at all. This one was chatty and friendly; had a great figure otherwise, and only had a solid bump that couldn’t all be cake; so she was definitely pumped up; and that ditzy glow about her was unmistakable.

So regarding reason why I ran MIR, I felt I had no eye infection at all today, but when I put in lenses this afternoon to go to pool; immediately eye started itching; looks like it won’t tolerate lenses at all; which may not be inflammation, but physical reaction/friction/discomfort due to tear/abrasion. And even when I’m wearing glasses (hate them) and not noticing any eye problems, I am low on energy even though I’m consuming all this good food; what’s happening? Is MIR fighting something else I’m not aware of? If so, when is it time to start winding it down and start counting off last 3 days; is it when energy levels go back to normal?

Either way, I’m getting mildly impatient because it doesn’t feel great right now, but I’ll wear it out according to instructions.
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12-18-2016, 11:00 AM
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RE: Barba's DMSI journal
Barba... with MIR... the ONLY time you should turn it off is while you're driving, and aside from that... never. No matter who hears what. Otherwise, again, you're killing the weak ones and letting the strong ones flourish.

There's a reason why it's designed for use at least three days after symptoms are gone. The infection is still there, it's just not strong enough to produce symptoms anymore.

So, to recap: ONLY turn it off while you're driving. Other than that, keep it playing. No matter why complains or says what.

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12-18-2016, 02:16 PM
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(12-18-2016 11:00 AM)Shannon Wrote:  Barba... with MIR... the ONLY time you should turn it off is while you're driving, and aside from that... never. No matter who hears what. Otherwise, again, you're killing the weak ones and letting the strong ones flourish.

There's a reason why it's designed for use at least three days after symptoms are gone. The infection is still there, it's just not strong enough to produce symptoms anymore.

So, to recap: ONLY turn it off while you're driving. Other than that, keep it playing. No matter why complains or says what.

I must say with MIR 2.1 I started to get headache after 13 loops. At 14 loops I had to stop that day because the headache got really strong (Trickling Stream, lower medium volume, listened with earbuds). Played it later overnight but only with very low volume (then over laptop speakers, hybrid). But maybe I simply wasn't use to the amount of power as it was before DMSI 3.0.1 came out.

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12-18-2016, 05:20 PM
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I was wondering how that would work with others though. Because you say to use it 24 hours or the infection can take over, but what if someone else you play it around has an infection and because of that it's making their infection stronger as you're playing it around them when you're there then you leave?
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12-18-2016, 06:04 PM
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(12-18-2016 05:20 PM)Benjamin Wrote:  I was wondering how that would work with others though. Because you say to use it 24 hours or the infection can take over, but what if someone else you play it around has an infection and because of that it's making their infection stronger as you're playing it around them when you're there then you leave?

If you play it around others, they will be affected just as you would. If you know they have an infection, then playing it on earphones might be a good idea. Otherwise, either stay away from them and get in your time, or get them to get a copy too.

There's no ideal answer here. Unless and until it clears an infection in minutes, there will be this sort of thing to consider.

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12-18-2016, 07:03 PM (This post was last modified: 12-18-2016 07:11 PM by Barba.)
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(12-18-2016 11:00 AM)Shannon Wrote:  Barba... with MIR... the ONLY time you should turn it off is while you're driving, and aside from that... never. No matter who hears what. Otherwise, again, you're killing the weak ones and letting the strong ones flourish.

There's a reason why it's designed for use at least three days after symptoms are gone. The infection is still there, it's just not strong enough to produce symptoms anymore.

So, to recap: ONLY turn it off while you're driving. Other than that, keep it playing. No matter why complains or says what.

I hear you Shannon. I’m talking only about discomfort regarding high pitched sound itself that nobody else can pick up - not about being affected by programming content itself. I'm reluctant to disregard the fact it’s causing my kid discomfort - in only one particular situation. At home, it’s not a problem anymore; there’s always some kind of background noise to distract my 9-yo’s attention from hearing the ultrasonic track. At church, it’s dead quiet and we’re all trying our best to understand the guy preaching (he speaks Irish). Kid’s next to me and says the sound makes him panicky. The rest of the family can’t hear it. The place is full and I can’t relocate.

It is also for his benefit in the end; using MIR, his parent is getting healthier and will have more energy to play and provide for him. I know I’m better off without stopping MIR for those 40 minutes; but hopefully, that will not degrade it to the stage where it puts the other 23 and a bit hrs I’m putting in, in jeopardy.

Few ways to overcome this friction: distraction (as I said, there’s plenty of that at home, but at certain social situations where he’s at, it may be unavoidable); engineering (me – using different phone; tried that, same thing; me – using wider range Bluetooth speaker – will try one; you – masking it better if possible); blocking (ear plugs – haven’t suggested it, he may actually like it in church!); distancing (sitting away from him; leaving him with in laws next time if using MIR).

So there’s that; otherwise, I feel like I’m making a small breakthrough today.
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12-18-2016, 08:05 PM
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It's better for you to turn the volume down then to turn it off by far

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12-18-2016, 08:06 PM
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Answer is simple, don't go to church. You are an adulterer anyway ;P LMAO jk
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12-18-2016, 08:21 PM
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Let's not get into Rule 4 territory.

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12-19-2016, 01:22 AM
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(12-18-2016 08:06 PM)blackwing Z Wrote:  Answer is simple, don't go to church. You are an adulterer anyway ;P LMAO jk

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12-19-2016, 01:23 AM
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OK I’m getting the hang of MIR now; we’re friends at last. It doesn’t feel light and effortless yet, though. It’s murky and heavy, but it’s giving me the smiles and finally, warm fuzzy feeling.

MIR is very happy when I’m giving it sugar and carbs – mainly stuff I try my best to avoid. Also a lot of headache can be prevented by forcing drinking water even if I don’t feel thirsty.

Probably a lot of tiredness and headache can be prevented if MIR is fired up the right way, as soon as reason for running (ailment) it is spotted.

Aura of attractiveness and approachability has shut down completely, from what I gather from social interactions. The only way is up.
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12-19-2016, 11:18 AM
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While on MIR, you should not give it sugar and carbs to use as fuel. Give yourself a balanced diet, with all of the different components necessary to feed your immune system. Take a multi-vitamin. Drink plenty of fluids. And get enough rest. Sugar and carbs may fire up the aura, but that's not all your immune system needs...

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12-19-2016, 11:47 AM
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Shannon, first off thank you for the awesome products. AM6 is insane. I was always a highly motivated individual and a go getter, but this program is just taking me to a new level. Definitely going to purchase another 6-stage set. Can't stress this enough--> thank you.

I want to know if glutamine is good for the drowsiness and are there other supplements/solutions you would recommend?
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12-19-2016, 12:41 PM
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I don't use supplements. I don't know.

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