Beta Member Welcome (Archive)

As a Beta Member, you have a special place in the Community. You’ve been with us from the very very beginning. You may have even been a part of the original community back in the 1990’s, the one that got hacked out of existence.

Video available for registered and logged in members below…

Your support means the world to me, and I know that we can make a difference for ourselves and for future generations.

Over the next few days, you will see content come into the Community, and you will be able to see all of the Modules, even though they are supposed to be read sequentially. You will have access to all of the content, all of the time.

It is important that we communicate with medical practitioners and associations about our progress with tinnitus. Through compassionate sharing, we will pave the way to lessen the suffering of those who follow us.

Dainis W. Michel


  1. Andrew Algava

    Hi Dianis,
    Good work on your site and in your efforts to help people.
    Best of luck.

  2. Dainis

    Thanks Andy,

    Glad you’ve become a member. Hmm…I’m noticing that my “S’s” sound like I’m lisping, even though I don’t lisp. I have to look into the audio quality on my videos.

    Congrats on joining, and I hope that your healing plan brings you peace, joy, bliss, and silence.


  3. Willem Kramer

    Ok dainis

    Good work. Wander if I will learn something new.

    Recently I started wearing the new Oticon Duo XW with extended frequency range. So far it reduced my T with somewhat 25% at day. Listening to music pleasant again. However at night in bed T comes up harder and different than before. Maybe signals of curing. Furthermore I plan something to do with neurofeedback.

    Hope I will find here something.

    When I saw the video made me think about things as mindfullness, meditation and Silva Mind Control. Wonder what made him feel so under control.