Teresa

I did not know what to expect with my first Soltec experience, and at first my mind tried to follow the music to predict a pattern. Then my mind gave up, and my body let go and surrendered to the experience. I fell asleep about 20 minutes in for a duration of about 15 minutes.

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My first experience was like watching a movie of my mind. For most of the session, I was a figure who resembled Harry Potter being led by an invisible force through a circular maze of white walls. I was navigating a storm with dark skies surrounding the white walls, and I had the sense that I (as Harry Potter) was navigating the rounded corners of my own mind.

I felt comfortable, both in the chair and in the visualizations the chair produced in my mind, and intrigued as I navigated the maze. When my 50 minutes were up, I felt reluctant for the session to end and wished I could have had another one immediately, as I felt the desire to probe the maze further and see the next act of the “movie.”

After the session was over, my mind felt clearer with much less busyness and fewer thoughts racing around, which made me feel relieved and calm as my mind typically deals with racing thoughts on a daily basis. The calm and clear state I felt at the end was like that achieved after meditation, with an added level of personal insight and probing.

My second Soltec experience was more emotionally charged for me. In the beginning, there was an image of a white goat in a field of dandelions. The goat kept turning its head, waiting for me to follow. When I did, I felt myself being pulled downward through a rainbow colored glass funnel, and then being carried along by waves of light.

During this time, I felt intrigued and a bit nervous. The currents of light led me high into the clouds to kneel at the feet of a luminous, God-like being, dressed in a white robe. I felt distressed, sad, and remorseful, and kneeled before him with my head in my hands. The spiritual being then placed his hands on my shoulders and patted my arms, and in doing so gave me a gift of reassurance that “everything is going to be okay.”

Then, back on the ground, the confusion I still felt over what I’d experienced with the luminous being manifested itself in the form of goat horns—long tentacles coming out from both sides of my forehead. I was, at the same time, the producer of the goat horns and a tiny figure trying to feel my way through the tentacles, and the stress and concern I felt while doing so. This was my emerging awareness of my own personal being. When I did find my way through the goat tentacle maze, I transformed into a being full of lightness and wearing a white, flowing gown, and I felt relieved and joyful.

When in the next episode I was sitting on cool, blue platforms of ice, which melted from under me as I continually moved from one to the next, I no longer felt stressed or discouraged, but felt optimistic and fulfilled. At the end of my session, I was standing in a field facing into a huge, orange sun and wind and feeling embraced by the force of the light and warmth, and in that moment I felt inspired and felt immense gratitude …for life and my newfound sense of peace.

Through Soltec, I experienced more imagination and rest in a shorter amount of time than through regular sleep. Although I wished the session were longer, the hour that I was in the Soltec chair provided as much or more restfulness and recharge than six hours of regular nightly sleep.

I usually do remember my dreams, but they often are rooted in reality and are manifestations of something I’m stressed about or that is unresolved, and by the end of the night’s sleep and dream, the incident is usually still unresolved and I wake up still feeling stressed and concerned. Soltec was different.

Although I have no experience with psychedelic drugs, the emotional and visual associations that are reached during a Soltec session, and the heightened awareness of oneself that is achieved, are likely comparable to the euphoric highs reached through psychedelics—the clarity and “high” without actual drugs.

Chiropractic care and acupuncture are useful for healing and aligning the body, but they do not address the subconscious mind and its relationship to the body like Soltec does, and I sometimes leave a chiropractic or acupuncture session feeling disappointed. A chiropractic adjustment is very quick and mechanical, and acupuncture uses an invasive needle approach to treat the body.

Soltec, on the other hand, provides an all over mental and physical release without any invasiveness or mechanical adjustment. Regular massage is also very calming and stress-relieving, but does not usually lead to any kind of emotional release. It treats the body on more of a surface level, working out the knots, rather than the deeper emotional and physical level that Soltec does. And my Soltec session was, hands down, the most relaxed I’ve ever felt. It’s truly amazing that a chair and magnetic pull can allow the body to achieve this.

TeresaWriter and Author

Minnesota

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