Enhancing Meditation with Shakti
Shakti can be used to enhance meditation, yoga and other spiritual practices.
This includes other mind machines, like binaural beat technology, light and sound devices and others.
Shakti can enhance meditation when it's done after a Shakti session. The effect
does not appear until an hour to three hours after a Shakti session ends.
However, you should not meditate during your Shakti sessions. Meditation during Shakti sessions seems to be ineffective.
In fact, some people have reported that their meditation during sessions was a struggle, and that they weren't
able to 'get into it' as they usually could.
What seems to be happening is that a Shakti session activates your brain in one
pattern, while meditation or other mind machines activates your brain in other patterns. Meditation during a Shakti
session gives your brain conflicting instructions, so that neither the session nor Shakti have their intended effect.
When Shakti sessions are done first, and the meditation (or other technique)
is done later on, the extra activity in the brain can be directed into the 'task' meditation offers. The result
is that meditation can run much deeper than usual. The same is true for other mind development techniques.
The rule for maximum effectiveness in combining Shakti with other techniques
is "Shakti first, and the other from one to three hours later".
Foe Vipassana and Zen meditation, both the feelgood and the "altered states"
sessions are good candidates for sessions over both sides of your head, and the hippocampal signals over only the
Devices using galvanic electricity are an exception to this rule, which you can
read about here.