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The Wall Street Journal

"... Universe of You, a new Marin County salon, offers help for high-strung people too busy to meditate. Now they can try to zap stress by hooking themselves up to a device called a Synchro-Energizer, which is supposed to 'tune up' the wavelengths of the brain.

"The machine costs about $50,000 and can accommodate up to 32 serenity seekers at a time. It uses electronic sound impulses and flashing light—to balance, so the pitch goes, the left and right hemispheres of the brain....

"'Yogis are out, gurus are out. No one wants dogma anymore,' says Randy Adamadama.... 'This can get a person to a level of meditation in 15 minutes that would take a yoga instructor 10 years.'"

Bringing to remembrance
June 12, 1989

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