Sanaya Roman channels Orin. You can look at their work on their website, www.orindaben.com. Here are a few of their guided meditations that I think are fantastic in facilitating transformation. Available for download.
Guided Meditations from the Monroe Institute
Here are some guided meditations from The Monroe Institute. To learn more about their work and to download these meditations, go to the Monroe Institute website. Or you can download the meditations here.
The Monroe Institute uses Hemi-Sync technology. The staticy sound you hear in the background is part of that technology. Its intention is to bring about left/right brain balance and a deep state of consciousness. Below are their suggestions about how to listen.
How to listen to the Monroe Institute guided meditations.
For at least one half hour prior to listening to this exercise, refrain from eating heavily, drinking alcohol, or using drugs.
Go to the bathroom and empty your bladder.
Loosen any tight clothing and remove shoes, eyeglasses, and contact lenses.
Adjust the volume to a low comfortable level. It is only important that you hear the words; your your brain will automatically respond to the background sound.
Use stereo headphones.
Listen in a room with low light where there will be no interruptions for the duration of the exercise.
Have a blanket available.
Lie down or sit in a comfortable position. Keep your head supported.
If you have an itch, scratch. You will be able to easily return to your pattern of relaxation.
Visualize yourself doing what the words state.
It is not important that you stay awake. The exercise will be equally effective if you fall asleep while listening.
This exercise will alter your state of consciousness. Therefore, do not listen while driving or operating heavy equipment.
Do not listen to this exercise if you have a history or tendency toward seizures.
Do not use with other light and sound devices."
Also recommend purchasing this guided meditation from the Monroe Institute especially if you are going through physical challenges.