With the technology advances in A.I. computing I realized that although all we need now is a simple text to speech app for our purposes here, it is now possible for an A.I. computer system to give a very affective session to help a person 'know thyself'.
The mind is a computing system itself so this 'blends' well.
With a sophisticated set-up, we would have the A.I. monitoring the subject with biofeedback, for monitoring thoughts, brainwave patterns, pulse and heart rate, etc, but also the A.I. computing system could observe and read body language, posture, breathing, and just all kinds of things, and ask the right questions at the right times, in ways to help the subject best look within for the answers. Each person would be able to do a session on themselves, by themselves and get great benefits. This programmable A.I. system theoretically would work to look deep within Self, for Self Actualization. And this approach would even work to help people go into reverie, looking for answers in deep alpha, or even theta brainwave states (and back out again), be guided into past lives, and between lives areas for personal exploration of one's distant past and of course help people release limitation and emotional issues. And for now, using the simplest form of this A.I. we are able to use these principles, concepts and theories for releasing limiting beliefs and negative emotions.
So the Universal Release Method Technique is perfect for having your computer or device give you a session.
You simply plug your item or issue into the blanks and use a text reader to read the questions to you.
Pause after each question.
Answer the question.
Click resume, get your next question, etc.
Recording the sessions help - though its not necessary to do so.
Recording the session helps because your device acts as a kind of ground.
Your mental and emotional energy like an electrical charge starts discharging as you talk about your issue.
The questions help you talk the issue out.
As you talk, the energy will start discharging and the recorder is like the grounded terminal, so that your energy has someplace to discharge.
The process works quite well without recording too.
There are several ways to do the release work.
1. Solo, using the Computer/Device with text reader.
2. Solo, by yourself - reading and answering questions non-verbally. The grounding aspect in this case is that the 'positive/hot charge is the subconscious, uninspected mental/emotional energy and as the questions get you to focus on the uninspected thoughts and mental and emotional energy of it, its like you are connecting a 'hot wire' to the subconscious charge. And the analytical, fully conscious aspect of Self is the grounded terminal. So the mental or emotional energy 'tapped into' or connected with, can then discharge. And the discharge in varying degrees is felt and experienced as yawns, tiredness shaking off as you stretch, snorts, chuckles, and laughs, our bursts or righteous anger and other emotional releases.
3. Dual - with a friend who is a good, and willing listener. You asked yourself the questions out loud, and tell your friend your answers. Your friend/listener becomes the grounded terminal, and your emotional stuff discharges through them. It does not stick with them, as they themselves are grounded.
4. Dual - with a friend reading/asking you the questions. This is better for some people, as it gives you the opportunity to stay focused on your issue and your thoughts and feelings, as you are asked the release questions.
There are many different kinds of text readers available now, free and not free.
I started doing these kinds of sessions in the mid 90's when text readers were in their infancy. So you may here some demos, of some really 'robot-sounding' sessions. But they worked great.
I use NaturalReader now - the free version works just fine.
But here's a list of text readers aka Text To Speech (TTS) apps.
Ivona, constantly investing in research and development, remains one of the top text to speech software solutions available. It ensures maximum performance on every device, as the voices used are always optimized for your platform, offers technical support during every station of the implementation process, and offers a cloud service for recording.
This text to speech software comes in several versions, including a free one that converts Microsoft Word documents, PDF files, and emails into spoken words. The professional (paid) version offers more features and voices and is more suitable to eLearning and online training.
- Zabaware Text To Speech Reader
Zabaware also comes in a free version that offers generic voices, but the paid option provides high quality CereProc and AT&T Natural Voices. Text can be converted into wav audio files, which you can transfer to any portable device.
iSpeech’s API allows you to create high quality speech audio in multiple formats such as mp3, wav, wma, mp4, and flac. It also offers a variety of other online services and apps, including the iSpeech Translator which translates speaking text in 7 languages and reads translated text in 18.
- Acapela Group Virtual Speaker
Multilingual (30 languages already available), easy integration, availability of voices in several sampling frequencies and qualities; all these and a lot more make the Acapela Group one of the top publishers for text to speech software ideal for eLearning. Moreover, the sound files are especially easy to access from any authoring tool you are using.
TextSpeechPro reads any kind of document (Microsoft Word, PDF, emails, etc.) aloud and includes AT&T Natural Voices. It also has an integrated internet browser that allows the software to read any web page straight from its interface, and it offers availability in voice quality, speed, and volume.
One of the highest quality free text to speech software available, AudioBookMaker converts text to audio quickly and includes adjustable speech parameters (i.e. speed, pitch, and volume). It also has a multilingual interface (including Russian and Chinese) and “remembers” each document settings (voice parameters, dictionaries set, colors, etc.) between reading sessions.
- TextAloud 3
TextAloud 3 is created by NextUp and offers a huge list of voices in different accents and more than 29 languages from major voice publishers, including AT&T Natural Voices, Acapela Group, Ivona, and Nuance Vocalizer. It also offers a pronunciation editor, which may be a lifesaver when it comes to eLearning translation.
- Read The Words
An online text to speech application that offers a free version including a variety of voices characters, 3 languages, and the ability to create audio files up to 30 seconds in length. The gold upgrade includes unlimited audio files up to 8 hours in length, and unlimited podcasting.
- Voice Reader
A product of Linguatec, Voice Reader converts any text to voice professionally using natural sounding voices in several languages with individual pronunciation adjustments. It supports a wide range of formats, including PDF, Doc, Docx, HTML, RTF, etc, and integrates directly in Word, Outlook, and PowerPoint.