I like your use of “Perspectives” (my capitalization) as a synonym for source. Because Consciousness sure likes to inhabit a lot of different forms to get a myriad of perspectives. Nice word!
What I didn’t mention before was my perception (lol) of the difference between the effect of “specific frequencies” and the effect of perceiving “frequency ratios”––especially those derived from the harmonic series (1, 2, 3, … ), in particular 1:1, (unison), 2:1 (octave) and 3:2 (perfect 4th). These “relationships” are archetypes of “interbeing-ness”, each with their own unique qualities. And because they are abstract (as well as non-linguistic) they can be felt, or perceived in somewhat similar fashion by humans with different life experiences.
So yes, lots of people listening the harmonic-series loaded ToneStream, at the same time, could, as you point out, create a global synergy consistent with the perspectives of “unity” (the 1:1 “onesness” tonal relationship), “infinity” (the 2:1 tonal relationship suggestive of infinite doubling in space) and perfect 5th (or as I like to call it "the first differentiated tonal identity that is not unison or its octave––the first differentiation into form) of 3:2.
Experiencing this harmonic series archetypes, for me, instills a recognition of intelligent order and the “OK-ness” of the present moment, as that present moment emerges and evolves.
re: low frequencies and low frequency rate pulsations––yes, n.o.w. Tone Therapy System and Solu ToneStream present a multitude of pulsations in the brainwave entrainment ranges of Alpha (8-12 Hz), Theta (4-8 Hz), and Delta (less than 4 Hz) that have been shown to correlate with various meditative or “flow” states as subjectively observed, and reported, by research subjects.
re: Left / Right panning…others (sound mixers in fact) have made similar comments. The extreme Left and extreme right panning is a hold-over from my development of the 2-loudspeaker n.o.w. Tone Therapy System. Solu ToneStream pays homage to the n.o.w. System by using extreme left and right panning. And this actually sounds quite nice when heard at “arms length” as was intended with n.o.w Tone Therapy System. While I do listen to Solu ToneStream on headphones, earbuds and open-ear bone conduction headphones, I keep the volume low and allow for some adaptation time to the extreme left and right presentation, which is far more noticeable in headphones, than over speakers.
Btw…I spent 15 years working a product design engineer in the motion picture business, on the exhibition sound system side.