You can think of all of the things you do everyday as requiring different states of consciousness or awareness, from being alert and focused all the way to being asleep. Great flexibility is required to shift your various states of awareness seamlessly from one task or activity to another continuously throughout the day.
A lack of flexibility can adversely affect your performance and your mood, and leave you feeling drained and stressed at the end of the day. Most of us also, only have a very limited number of states of awareness available to us, not being able to access states of consciousness that utilize higher frequencies. A truly flexible mind allows you to respond appropriately to an increased range of situations and environments.
Do you have trouble relaxing after work or getting to sleep?
Do you have trouble being focused and on task during the day?
This is often related to your brain being stuck in the big slow frequencies, and not shifting smoothly among many higher frequencies as you move through your daily activities.
Resilience is the ability of the brain to bounce back from negative events. These negative events may range from an argument, a bad day at work or something more severe like the loss of a loved one or physical or emotional trauma. A resilient brain returns to its baseline quickly and does not sabotage itself by remaining stuck on repetitive self-critical thoughts or negativity. Individuals with resilient brains report being happier people with more joy, peace and flow in their lives.
Eliminate Stress or Anxiety, for Good!
Neuro Feedback monitors your brainwaves and gives subtle cues to the brain when it isn’t functioning smoothly. When the brain is performing fluidly Neuro Feedback plays music or a movie and when the brain’s activity begins to become inconsistent or less smooth the music and image is interrupted momentarily. The interruption gently cues the brain that it isn’t performing optimally.
Sounds simple. That’s because it is simple.
The power is in the mathematics that lie at the heart of Neuro Feedback.
All of the learning happens outside your conscious awareness. Your brain learns when it’s stuck and when it is jumping around inefficiently. As your brain begins to operate more efficiently, Neuro Feedback adjusts itself automatically in response to your brain’s activity, individualizing the training microsecond by microsecond to your own brain’s functioning. In this manner the learning continues based on your brain’s response to the training.
Think of Neuro Feedback as a personal meditation teacher, or a dance or martial arts instructor, that points out and corrects your form as you train. As you get better, the level of difficulty increases automatically. With practice your form naturally improves and becomes more fluid, helping you become more effective in your personal and professional lives. Your life begins to flow.
Many users have referred to Neuro Feedback as yoga, or a gym, for the brain. In fact, it is as simple as giving yourself some “downtime” before, during or after your busy day – all you do is relax in a comfortable reclining chair – most of my clients like to use it as their “naptime” that they never gave themselves before..and Neuro Feedback works perfectly each time whether you want to stay awake or take some downtime and have a nap. You will awake feeling refreshed and calmer than you have in a very long time.
Others in your life are often the ones to see your progress before you do. In the end, it is always how you are doing in your life that counts. To hear more about the experience of others please review our testimonials or contact us.
The brain is the center of our central nervous system. It is a sophisticated command and control center that is responsible for controlling all the other systems in your body.
It receives and processes information from your body and the environment and enables you to process and store information and formulate appropriate responses, much of it without your conscious awareness. This is all made possible by a vast and wonderful neural network.
It is estimated that the human brain has 15-33 billion neurons and each neuron may have as many as 10,000 synaptic connections.
Neurons communicate with each other using electrical signals. The electrical signals emanating from the brain are measured as brainwaves. The frequencies of the brainwaves tells us a lot about the state of the brain at a given moment.