Category - ~ Cognition

BiPolar and MNRI

The results were quite dramatic, as the patient immediately calmed down and returned to what seemed to be a normal, fully present state. She was so pleased with the results, she returned that next morning, where I repeated and built on the Para...

Negative Effects of Stress on Health

Our culture has replaced natural sources of stress, for which we had refined effective responses over thousands of generations, with the stressful aspects of modern living. Many of these stressors have emerged in our lifetimes, making our...

Reflexes

Our hormones and nervous system operate as complex "feedback loops", constantly sensing our external and internal milieu and influencing our internal states and external actions. The intention of this relentless activity is to optimize our...

BIT: Brain Integration Technique

Early childhood stressors profoundly affect how we process information. The strategy developing brains use to cope with stressful situations is to limit the amount of information they assimilate. The “Information Super Highway” of...

Creating New Developmental Opportunities For...

Development during our first weeks, months and years relies heavily on our reflexes. Reflexes are congenital behavioral patterns which enable us to understand stimulus and respond appropriately. An example is stimulus on the cheek will direct...

How To Recognize Brain Wave Entrainment

The configuration of our brains was established in an environment that had very little rhythmic activity, especially above several cycles per second. It is very unusual for a natural system to cycle more quickly than this. Therefore our brains...

Emotions and The Body

Chronically painful muscles often have some form of emotional conflict as part of the root cause. Our bodies often will on one hand want to express an emotion or feeling, and on the other hand quickly jump in and inhibit that impulse. The...

Gravity and Spatial Orientation

Because this conceptual flat earth is essentially hard wired into our sensory apparatus, it is exceptionally difficult to overcome, and so five hunded years after it was proven that we live on a sphere, our lexicon is still riddled with words...