LENS Formats

The material on this web page is related to the use of OCHSLABS LENSWARE 3 Neurofeedback system. These “experiments” are non-standard applications of the LENS system, driven by curiosity about extending the boundaries and efficacy of the software and hardware. Standard protocol LENS works, and these experiments are not an attempt to make the system work, but rather because it works, are driven by the question “What else can it do?”

Fibonacci Sequence Format

This is a >10 minute protocol which mathematically spirals outward in the fibonacci sequence. The Fibonacci sequence is a mathematical archetype (attractor) often utilized by organic systems. I have used the protocol exclusively on myself for several months with impressive results. This format swivels between 5% and 95% feedback to express a clear distinction at each step (which are duration based ie: 1,1,2,3,5 seconds etc.) When I first set this up, I configured it to spiral inward, as if drilling into a neural circuit. I did not like this at all, but really enjoy the out spiral experience.



Touch for Health and LENS

Touch for Health employs points on the head called the Neurovascular Points as a correction method. Two finger, light touch is used for 30-60 seconds on these points for balancing. LENS can be used instead of touch for the correction. I have found this to be the most powerful TFH correction tool yet. To try this you will need a copy of “Touch for Health – The Complete Edition” by John and Matthew Thie.


How Can Light Cranial Touch Have Therapeutic Efficacy?

This question has always been somewhat of a mystery to me, and have never heard a satisfying answer in the Energetic Kinesiology and Craniosacral Therapy communities. My experience with LENS points to a relatively straightforward explanation:

How Can Light Cranial Touch Have Therapeutic Efficacy?

Influence of the Vagus Nerve on Cognition

The influence of the Vagus nerve on neurological as well as physiological function is a dynamic area of scientific and clinical research. Here is a brief overview on the subject and a means of engaging the Vagus Nerve in LENS protocols.