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Breakthrough Meditation Day Support

INSTRUCTIONS for Connecting to the Audio Stream (via your computer connected to the Internet):

  • There are two possible ways for connecting to the stream using Apple devices or a PC computer with iTunes. If the first one does not work, try the second.
  • Windows users only: you can download iTunes for free at:  https://www.apple.com/itunes/download
  • Android phones, see the ** at the end of this email.
  • Once connected into the stream, you will generally hear soft music playing during the time before meditation begins, but there may be silence on the stream just before the meditation starts.

PROCEDURE #1 using iTunes (or the Music app in Mac Catalina):

  • Click on this link:  http://miracle.fast-serv.com:8614/bt2020d.m3u
  • Your device will automatically connect you directly to the stream, or you will be prompted to allow iTunes to Open (Click “Yes”); or the iTunes link will download to your computer (when you click on that downloaded link, iTunes will open).
  • You will be connected and hear music playing.

PROCEDURE #2 using iTunes (or the Music app in Mac Catalina):

  • Copy this entire link:  http://miracle.fast-serv.com:8614/bt2020d.m3u
  • Open iTunes. Choose the menu File: Open Stream. Paste in the link and press OK.
  • This stream link will appear in a playlist titled “Internet Songs” at the bottom of the list.
  • You will be connected and hear music playing.

** Instructions for Android Phones:

There are many music players for Android devices. We suggest using “VLC” which you can install from the Google Play Store on your phone or tablet. Due to the difference in Android devices there are several methods in connecting to VLC (see below).

Once VLC is installed, go to the streaming link in your VLC Order Confirmation email and either click on the link or, if offered, copy it. When you click on the link you will be offered a choice of music players and you can choose VLC. There are several pathways depending on which phone you have, so you may be offered a blank space into which you can copy the link. Or clicking on the link may download an mp3 file, enabling you to click a “play button”.

VLC often has a delay before sound comes through so after you hit play, wait for it to connect. Your device may offer a slightly different pathway to get the stream to play, but with patience you should be able to get this app to stream for you. You may need to repeat the pathway a few times before it “takes”. Remember to give it a minute or two to find the stream and connect.

Thank you and we look forward to being with you.

The Registration Team