My previous playlists were based on the loose anecdotal recommendation that a minimum of 6 hours per day should be maintained for a major program. As such I’d aim for 8 loops per day of Ecstasy of Gold. And I decided to keep that same ratio for Emperor.
Inner Circle, I gave about half of that. So 4 loops per day (i.e., 3 hours). Stacking Modules (usually Rebirth and Limit Destroyer), I’d use as buffers between the major transitions in my playlist.
Now, I’m in the process of revisiting both the ratios and my playlist arrangement.
There has not yet been enough time for us to observe the practical fall-out and to see people’s reports of actual changes in their lives. But it still seems clear that the Quintessence-based subliminals are more powerful and concentrated. (They’re also 15 minutes longer for major programs.)
This means that the previous ratios would no longer apply.
Saint estimated that for multi-stage programs the ratio of Q strength to previous-build strength was about 3:1. This might mean that 2 hours of listening could produce the same effect that 6 hours used to produce. Factoring in the difference in track lengths, that would mean that 2 loops of Ecstasy of Gold Q are equivalent to 8 loops of pre-Q Ecstasy of Gold.
Saint also estimated that for single-stage programs (which I’m thinking includes Emperor), the ratio should be something like 6:1. Thus, playing Emperor just once per day would equal or surpass the strength that I used to get by playing Emperor for 6 hours.
I’m reasoning in the dark here because I don’t actually know how any of this is calculated or determined.
4-6 hours of Ecstasy of Gold Q per day
3- 4 hours of Emperor Q
2-3 hours of Limitless Q
2 hours of Inner Circle Q
1 hour of Rebirth Q
I actually get a bunch of simultaneous Limitless Q exposure, because I’m playing it for my son on another device. But now, I’m thinking to include it more intentionally in my own stack.
Okay, so I’ve got my new provisional stack/playlist. Here it is: