Quantum Mind Power differs to Holosync and Genius Brain Power in that it uses monaural and isochronic tones for brainwave entrainment.
The premise of the program is much the same, however, the creator behind QPM, Morry Zelcovitch claims QMP is far more powerful than its rivals, and one is inclined to trust a certified brainwave entrainment specialist who has led research on this area.
I am big into meditation and brain entrainment, so for me trying QMP was a no brainer, pardon the pun, and the fact that the technology is different from all the other programs I use I was very interested to see how it matched up.
The results I got were pretty much identical to Holosync, and to be honest as a cheaper alternative QMP probably takes the prize. You get the same support system and money back guarantee, and you get access to a forum where you can communicate with other users and Morry about your results and experiences.
Okay, perhaps I am exaggerating a bit, you don’t quite get everything you get with Holosync, like the free book and online courses, but the thing with Holosync is that you end up spending more money ordering more CDs.
I used Quantum Mind Power about 1 year after starting Holosync, and even though the tones were different, I slipped quickly into a meditative state as I did with Holosync.
- Solid after sales support
- Forum community access
- Cheaper than Holosync (on the basic package)
- Lots of new high value bonuses
- Not cheap, but price is reflected by reputation ($197)
Quantum Mind Power, Holosync or Genius Brain Power? Regardless of the name they pretty much do the same things but in different ways, and therefore it really is about preference.
What I can say is that QMP is fast and powerful, whereas Holosync is slower, but long-term, probably deeper penetrating.