Disclaimer: This program is not designed or intended to act as any kind of diagnosis or cure for any disease or condition. It is not designed or intended to replace or compete with proper medical attention, diagnosis or care from an appropriate and properly licensed medical professional. It is not designed or intended to replace any drug or be used to or relied upon to save lives. Pain is an indication that something is wrong and needs attention. Therefore, always seek appropriate medical attention, diagnosis and treatment for pain and what causes it.
Prototype 14c of the General Pain Relief program (GPR) transitions the earlier GPR Prototype 12 to a base in the 5.5G skeleton script while significantly advancing and improving the key script used to achieve pain relief. It is designated ‘c’ to indicate Prototype 14, build c. This means that before releasing it for public testing, I created prototypes 14 and 14b, and improved on both of them. The designation ‘c’ simply means this is the third build in the Prototype 14 branch before it was released for public testing.
Typically, I do private testing of GPR prototypes for 6 to 9 months before releasing them to the public. Because this version of GPR seems to work for types and causes of pain that GPR12 does not, I am releasing it early for those who need the most advanced pain relief subliminal currently available. It was first released for testing on November 21st, 2017.
This program is a prototype, and it is in testing status. P14 and P14b have been tested privately, but this program has not yet been fully, extensively or exhaustively tested by far. It is being made available for those who wish to help test it and report their results to help me further my research and development and make it better, and for those who do not get sufficient pain relief from GPR12. If you are not interested in testing a bleeding edge prototype of this program, please use Prototype 12 instead.
There are no discounts for this program if you already have GPR12.
In the tests we have done so far, Prototypes 14 and 14b have been shown to affect pain, types of pain and causes of pain that GPR12 does not, and achieve significantly more pain relief than GPR12, faster than GPR12 and maintain its pain relief better for long periods of usage. Testing is far from conclusive or definitive at this time. This means that your experience may differ from the results we have seen so far during internal testing. GPR Prototype 14c should significantly improve on 14b and expand what it affects and how well it works.
Tests so far have been on:
- Cluster headaches
- Severe gastrointestinal pain (Unexplained by 6 different doctors so far)
- Menstrual pain
- Dehydration headaches (Tester had a hangover)
- Severe back pain from degenerative spinal issues (70 year old man)
- Pulled muscles (Back)
- Nerve pain (Knee)
- Dental pain (Tester had just come from a deep cleaning, used GPR14a after Novocaine wore off)
- Pain from weather changes
- Minor burns (grabbing a 350F pan right out of the oven, pain relieved completely in 15 minutes, does not return)
Significant to complete pain relief has been achieved for the types of pain tested in almost all cases so far.
While this program is designed to be usable without causing drowsiness, it relies on state shifting for part of how it functions. Therefore you should not drive, pilot any air or watercraft or operate heavy machinery while using it.
GPR Prototype 14c is designed for use as needed. It is suggested that you use the ultrasonic format at moderate to high volumes (as chosen by playing a consciously audible track first) and then observing the results for 30 to 60 minutes.
For each 30 minutes that you go without achieving complete pain relief, but you are still experiencing an improvement in pain relief, keep listening for another 30 minutes. When you have achieved complete pain relief, or your pain relief stops improving, you can choose to stop listening or continue. The program is designed to continue providing pain relief after you stop listening, and is also designed to be usable for as long as you like without having negative effects or side effects. You can listen to it for as long as you like.
If you stop listening, different types of pain and causes of pain are likely to be affected for different lengths of time. You should determine how long your pain relief lasts when you turn the program off, and then use the program accordingly. Typically, the longer you listen to the program, the longer it will relieve your pain after you turn it off.
Please note that this program is impossible to experience an overdose from, get high from or become addicted to.
Different program formats will be likely to produce different levels of pain relief and at different speeds. The ultrasonic format should work at maximum speed and close to maximum power for pain relief, while being useful in a variety of situations. It is therefore recommended for most situations.
If you are irritated by the ultrasonic audio, you should try using the masked track options (Ocean Surf or Trickling Stream). If ultrasonic is not powerful enough, try using the hybrid tracks.
If you are testing this program, please keep a journal of your usage for me to better understand what it is doing and how to improve it. I need to know, for each time you use it, the following information. Items in bold are most important.
- The pain level at start of use, on a scale of 0 to 10 with 0 being no pain, 1 being almost no pain and 10 being the worst pain you’ve ever experienced.
- What type of pain it is, and, to the best of your knowledge, what is causing it.
- The time at which you started using the program.
- The format you used (masked, ultrasonic or hybrid).
- The volume you used, as expressed in the most specific manner you have available to you. If you can express it in decibels of volume at your ear, please do so. Otherwise, express it as a fraction of volume used over maximum volume (for example, 9/15 clicks on your cell phone) or a percentage of maximum possible volume.
- What you played the program using.
- Whether you used speakers or headphones, and if the speakers were used, were they mono or stereo?
- The amount of time it took for you to start noticing pain relief.
- The amount of time it took for you to achieve complete pain relief, or maximum pain relief if complete pain relief is not achieved.
- How much pain relief was experienced in total.
- Whether or not you are using any pain relief drugs at the same time.
- Whether or not you are using any recreational drugs or anything that affects your state of awareness at the same time, and what it is.
Thank you for helping to test this program. Your efforts go to helping me understand how it works and how to improve it. Everyone who experiences pain will benefit from your time and efforts!