Brain training process - in detail

Although Brainwave Optimization™ technology relies on an advanced knowledge of computers and brain function, the process is simple, holistic and effective.

Brain training processThe control center

The brain is the control center for the entire body.

It controls every cell, every organ, every tissue and the entire autonomic nervous system (composed of the sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous systems). The three-pound mass between our ears is the most complex system in the world. Yet, the brain is as strong as it is complex and fragile. For the brain to work well, it needs to be in a balanced state. In such a state, neither the sympathetic nervous system, nor the parasympathetic nervous system dominates.

The left and right hemispheres of the brain function in tandem. The various lobes on each side of the brain are intended to be naturally balanced and the activities within them are in intended to be in harmony.

Brain trainingTrauma strikes

Traumas – emotional, physical, toxic – can knock brainwaves out of balance.

Many of us suffer from some measure of brain energy imbalance. When this is the case, a difficult period in our lives can exacerbate the imbalance, with unpleasant consequences. It isn’t possible for any of us to go through life without experiencing a measure of trauma. Whether in the form of the death of a loved one, a physical injury, being in or witnessing a car accident, or experiencing the pain of the end of a relationship, we all endure a measure of trauma.

The trauma will fall into one of two categories: a trauma of infringement or a trauma of abandonment. In an act of self-preservation, the brain responds to the threat. Abandonment causes parasympathetic dominance – a freeze response. Infringement results in sympathetic dominance – a fight or flight response.

Brain training processBrainwaves are disrupted

Behavior is often the body’s way of working to balance brainwaves that are out of sync.

Because the brain is causing the person to do what he or she needs to do in order to survive, we see behaviors like addictions, rage, eating disorders, depression, anxiety, shoplifting, learning challenges, and self-harm as survival mechanisms, not as moral failings.

A fight-or-flight response can have serious repercussions: hypertension, arrhythmia, panic attacks, angry outbursts, chronic anxiety, irritability, heart disease, diabetes, or digestive or circulation problems.

A freeze response can result in depression, weight gain, low blood pressure, dizziness, fatigue, diarrhea and decreased clarity of thought.

These symptoms are merely a result of our brain seeking a way to balance itself.

Brain training process

The brain is mapped

Brainwave Optimization produces a map of the brain that shows exactly where and how brainwaves are out of balance.

Brain training begins with an assessment of the individual’s brain patterns. Performing a brain assessment is a straightforward process that involves no more than connecting one end of a set of sensors to a computer, then placing the other end on the individual’s head in a variety of different locations in order to detect the energy patterns of the brain.

Brain activity is manifested in electromagnetic energy, which can be measured. The energy is measured with tiny detection devices placed on the head. These brain energy detection devices (Intellisensors™) are sophisticated sensors that contain a computer chip capable of picking up the tiny current of the brain in an entirely noninvasive manner. The brainwaves detected are replicated in a variety of colorful waveforms on a computer screen, the underlying science is electroencephalography (EEG).

Through a process that takes only about one hour, data is collected from the brain and then analyzed. The result is a brain map that identifies where brainwave functioning is out of balance and produces a blueprint for brain training. Having a look at the functioning of your own brain is an opportunity that most people find enlightening, and encouraging.

Brain training process

The brain is optimized

Through sensors placed at points of brainwave disturbance, the sounds of healthy brainwaves are transmitted to the brain, enticing it to seek balance and harmony. This is what we call “Brainwave Optimization.”

For thousands of years, people have sought to train their own by brain by enabling it to become its own mirror through meditation. Brainwave Optimization (also called “brain training”) takes a step beyond toward relaxation and self-regulation. We simply create a “mirror effect,” by showing the brain itself in an optimized state. The brain’s own balanced and harmonized wave patterns are fed back to itself so that it can observe itself in a balanced state. Those areas that are out of balance then begin to work toward the healthy, balanced state.

How is the brain shown itself? The brain runs on voltages of electricity. A brainwave is electromagnetic energy that can be broken down into frequencies. Higher frequencies have more cycles per second and are represented in sound as higher notes on a musical scale. To feed the brain’s own optimal wave patterns back to it non-invasively, we place stereo headphones in the ears. With sound, the response time from the brain back to the client takes less than 50 milliseconds. As soon as the brain picks up on the sounds that are transmitted to it, changes in the neural network begin to occur.

Brain training processThe brain is balanced

The brain hears and absorbs the healthy patterns and returns to balance and harmony.

When the brain is balanced, it is working in an integrated fashion, free of internal conflict between its regions. Each area of the brain is active as it needs to be in support of the activity of the other areas. It means we are firing on all cylinders, with both the feeling and thinking aspects of our brain functioning harmoniously.

It’s when we are firing on all cylinders that we begin to catch a glimpse of our limitless potential. This is because we think faster and more effectively, are more intuitive, feel more deeply, and put all our energy into acting creatively instead of reacting defensively. The brain is experiencing itself as optimized, which ramps up our ability to be what we were born to be.

“I am experiencing a daily joy I never knew before.”
“I no longer feel the want, need or desire to drink.”
“I slept through the night for the first time in 20 years.”
“My child moved from depressed and anxious to a straight-A student.”
“I was stuck in my career. I was finally able to think clearly and make good decisions about the future.”

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