This program was one of those programs I had my reservations about.  Didn’t know how much to believe about what it was saying, but something in the description tickled something in my subconscious that told me to get it. I’m glad I did.

The whole premise of this program (and Quantum Jumping 2, which I’ll review on a different page) is that there’s multiple universes out there, and by using the exercises in this program , you’ll have access to your ‘Doppelganger’ or alternate self that exists in this other dimension/world.  The reason why I was interested in it after listening to the program is that it matches up with one of the exercises in the Einstein Factor book, called borrowed genius.  That book gave a very basic example of how to do it, but this program goes into quite a bit of depth on how to do the process.  It’s just called by a different name from what was in the Einstein Factor.

The biggest thing I didn’t like about the program is how the author/speaker kept talking about how he wasn’t sure what was going on, wasn’t sure if you really were talking to an alternate dimension version of you, or why it worked, just that it worked.  The way the material was presented made it almost sound like the author didn’t know or wasn’t sure (100% convinced) what was happening or how it worked, just that it did work.  The only reason I went along with what he was saying and knew I should give the exercises a chance was directly related to what I read in the book I mentioned.

The other thing I really didn’t like about the program was even though the information in the guided meditation was good, I felt rushed the entire time the exercises were taking place.  For example, the author would take great pains to tell you to formulate your question for your double, feeling the feels, smelling the smells, hearing the sounds, and mentally hear you asking your question and hearing your double answer.  That was all good.  What I consistently seemed to experience was just when I had solidified my ‘vision’ and had formulated and asked my question, I was being brought out of the ‘jump’ before my double could answer.  It was enough of an annoyance that I when through a couple of the exercises a 2nd time, but after getting to where my double was, I would pause the recording so I could spend some time there and really get to ask my question and get a response.  Once I did that, I started to get a lot more out of the program.

The examples that they use in the program are definitely within the realm of possibility based off other research I’ve done, so they add quite a bit of belief and faith to the process.  The fact that his personal examples are verifiable, i.e. one of his photographs was in a museum, one of his paintings hangs in a museum, etc.

So in the end, I feel this program has a lot to offer, but your milage may vary with how hard it’s going to be to separate the wheat from the chaff.  I got the full program, where which includes both the digital and physical copies of the program.  The digital is mp3’s and pdf transcript of the entire program.  Physical obviously is the book and cd’s of the same info.  After the fact, I realised that spending almost an extra $100 to get both the digital and physical copies of the program was a waste of money.  I would base which to get based off of how you’d expect to use the program.  If you don’t have a portable music device (ipod), then I’d go with the physical version of the program.  If you have a portable music device, then I’d go with the digital version.  It takes a bit to get it decompressed and usable with your device, but you get it a lot more quickly.  I was satisfied with the program to get the next, more advanced program.

To get the most out of it though, I would strongly recommend reading the section about borrowed genius and switching heads in the Einstein Factor book before going through the program.  I know it made a huge difference in how I viewed the program.  I’ll eventually give my opinion of how/why I think it works sometime in the future.