Creativity Research

Beyond Focus 27: Wellsprings of Creativity

by Susan Taylor, M.A.

Susan Taylor shares her experience of introducing her adolescent art scholars to both the Hemi-Sync® technology and the creative exercises.

Breakthrough Creativity: A Powerful Synthesis Of Alchemy, Solfeggio Frequencies, And Brainwave Entrainment For Creating From Higher Consciousness

Presented by Theresa Bullard, PhD

Dr. Bullard’s presentation at the Professional Seminar described a systematic approach to creativity in today’s world designed especially for those people who would lead us into the future. This approach to creativity accesses a higher state of consciousness first, realizing that all truly “new” ideas come from beyond our own limited thinking.

Creative Writing and Hemi-Sync®

by Trevor Magilton

November, 1987—Over a period of three weeks our English Department used two METAMUSIC tapes as part of their creative writing programme.

Effects of Hemi-Sync® with Art Students in Class

by Jacqueline Penney

"This study of the effects of Hemi-Sync on my art students (adolescents) was done between January 17 and February 8, 1990. Four classes in acrylic painting were held on Wednesdays from 9:30 A.M. to 3:30 P.M. and four classes in watercolor painting were held on Thursdays from 9:30 A.M. to 3:30 P.M."

Effects Of Rest And Hemispheric Synchronization Compared to Effects of Rest and Guided Imagery on the Enhancement of Creativity in Problem-Solving

by Deborah Baker, PhD

Finding ways to enhance creativity in problem-solving during a floating experience, Dr. Deborah Baker, a counseling psychologist and hypnotherapist based in Metairie, LA, compared the effects of rest (flotation) and Hemi-Sync® with the effects of rest and guided imagery.

Exploring the Source of Creativity

by Micki Hawes

Micki Hawes was among those who participated in the First EXPLORATION 27® program. The painting reproduced is a direct result of her experiences during that week. Here is Micki’s story of how the painting came to be, as told in two letters to Program Director Darlene Miller.

Feedback from The Monroe Institute Bulletin, 1988 & 1999

Several articles from The Monroe Institute Bulletin, 1988 & 1999, provide an insight in some of the many uses of Hemi-Sync®.

Hemi-Sync® Experiences and Exercises Related to Creativity

This information has been reported to Monroe Products and The Monroe Institute by individuals and/or by professional practitioners about the use of Hemi-Sync®. Extracted from Adventures in Hemi-Sync® Consciousness: Applications, Experiences, and Benefits.

Hemi-Sync® into Creativity

by Chok C. Hiew, Ph.D.

This paper reports a pilot study designed to test the impact of Hemi-Sync audiotapes on creative responses and divergent thinking. Two Hemi-Sync tapes were used. In Session I, the Deep 10 Relaxation tape was used to induce a deep state of physical and mental relaxation. In Session II, after repeating the Deep 10 tape for the first 6.5 minutes, subjects spent the remainder of the session listening to the Surf tape. Surf consists of the sounds of ocean waves and Hemi-Sync with no verbal instructions. It was predicted that after listening to this Hemi-Sync tape in Session II, subjects would show the best performance when evaluated for creativity.

Progress Report: Alternative Mental Processes for Enhanced Creativity

by Jerry Krochmal and Bob Johnson

[The authors' announcement read, in part:

IN-HOUSE GROUP LEADERS/LEAD SCIENTISTS: It is suggested that the research process can be characterized as alternating periods of ‘right brain’ activity (e.g. imaging, dealing with spatial relationships, holistic idea generation) and ‘left brain’ activity (e.g. establishing criteria, analysis, application of logic, judging with respect to established criteria). Research over the past 10-15 years suggests that each of these categories of activity are seemingly optimized by different states of consciousness.

We recently returned from The Monroe Institute, an organization internationally know for its work in the effects of sound wave forms on human behavior. In its early research stages, the Institute discovered that nonverbal audio patterns had dramatic effects on stages of awareness and consciousness. Our goal is to... [enhance]... creativity and problem solving. If you are interested in being part of a pilot group, read on... “]