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My student Nidhi is able to quantum read any book in five minutes. She is experiencing something which needs explanation. When she flips any book to read a old man appears who tells all the information related to the book . Earlier we taught it could be the author but she say the same old man appears every time she needs help. She further add the old man knows about her behaviour tat she does not respect and totally believe in him . When she enquire how he knows everything. He say I have experience everything. She say the old man was reluctant to say anything about him earlier but as they connecting regularly he said he is 91 yrs . Nidhi say but he looks very healthy . I feel it may be her own soul she interacting with, can anyone like to share your view . ... See MoreSee Less

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For those with either the Ajna or Neuro Lights and have a Nasal Light which I highly recommend to use at any time regardless of which Light you own for optimum brain health, energy and vitality, you can purchase spare nose clip cables for your Nasal Light from GLC - www.goldlightcentral.com/…/nasal-light-replacement…/ as well as replacement charger cables for the Nasal Light - www.goldlightcentral.com/…/nasal-light-replacement…/.
Spare nose cables are ideal to have so as to have a clean spare available between clients, or if there are any breakages or spring failures. 🙂
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For those with either the Ajna or Neuro Lights and have a Nasal Light which I highly recommend to use at any time regardless of which Light you own for optimum brain health, energy and vitality, you c...

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Lanna Light Gathering, Chiang Mai Thailand 2018...yes we are planning for next year already at The Win Place Hotel.
Guy is inviting Light owners/practitioners within our global Light Community to be some of the new 'Presenters' for our 2018 gathering. If you would like to give a 30-45 minute (approx) presentation based on your Light experiences/practice/awareness then please send a short synopsis to Pratika - [email protected]
A projector will be available if needed for each presentation, you would need you have your own device though. Each session will also be videoed.
We are desiring to provide presenters with free accommodation and meals.
If possible synopsis would be submitted for approval by Guy to me by end of January 2018.
We are also considering adding 1 day to make it a 3 day event with cultural activities/nature exploring filling the extra day. Also looking to have some evening presentations also.
Questions please to Pratika. 🙂
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Lanna Light Gathering, Chiang Mai Thailand 2018...yes we are planning for next year already at The Win Place Hotel. Guy is inviting Light owners/practitioners from within our global Light Community t...

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Last short Part 5 (of 5) in the two hour Neuro Light talk in Chiang Mai, Nov. 2017. Find all five parts in the 'Neuro Light Garnet" YouTube channel, DEEPER NL Learning playlist section. ... See MoreSee Less

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Part 4 (of 5) of two hour Neuro Light talk by Garnet in Chiang Mai, Nov. 2017. Reminder - all five parts are permanently archived in the 'Neuro Light Garnet' YouTube channel in the 'DEEPER NL Learning'playlist ... See MoreSee Less

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Part 3 (of 5) of the Neuro Light 2 hour talk by Garnet at the Lanna Light Gathering event in Chiang Mai, Thailand Nov. 2017 ... See MoreSee Less

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Part 2 (of 5) of the 2 hour Neuro Light talk by Garnet in Chiang Mai, Thailand, at the Lanna Light Gathering event, Nov. 2017. ... See MoreSee Less

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A 2 hour Neuro Light talk by Garnet in Chiang Mai, Lana Light Gathering, Nov. 2017. In five (5) parts. This is Part 1 (of 5). The entire talk can be found permanently archived in the 'Neuro Light Garnet' YouTube channel in the 'Deeper Learning' playlist. ... See MoreSee Less

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Lunch break on a great day of shared Learning. Our house was made happy with the energy from these generous friends. ... See MoreSee Less

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Some really interesting stuff here that relates to Neuro regeneration... ... See MoreSee Less

Epic, mind-bending, paradigm-shifting, reality shattering podcast with the great @paulstamets

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Truly a wonderful day at our mountain rainforest home. About 15 of us (including people from China, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Sweden) deeply explored the Neuro Light and Neuroplasticity. We were very fortunate to have a Sifu from China (Tea Master and Qi Gong Master) among the group. In our break, he prepared a series of four different teas (all sublime) he brought with him from China.

Learning is always best when shared.
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Proud moment with a very special new friend. Viewing Neuroplasticity from the perspective of Qi Gong. Fascinating. Honored. ... See MoreSee Less

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After the Lanna Light Conference in Chiang Mai a group of us hired a 'red taxi' for the day and went north to explore Thailands highest mountain, and its Temples and powerful 80 metre waterfall, so much fun and adventure, wonderful experience for all. 🙂 ... See MoreSee Less

After the Lanna Light Conference in Chiang Mai 2017 a group of us hired a 'red taxi' for the day and went north to explore Thailands highest mountain, and its Temples and powerful 80 metre waterfall, ...

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Welcome to your Brain order > disorder > order. Stable > Unstable > Stable.
Watch the entire (short) video:-)

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OK - try this for the Stable > Unstable >Stable Brain idea ... See MoreSee Less

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Sunday morning Lanna Light Gathering Chiang Mai Thailand 2017, presentation by Garnet - The Neuro Light. 🙂 ... See MoreSee Less

Sunday morning Lanna Light Gathering Chiang Mai Thailand 2017, presentation by Garnet - The Neuro Light.

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When working with the NL in public, it is strongly advised to use a client waiver. Below is a possible form however you must have it reviewed by a legal expert as such waivers may vary from country to country. Be wise.


The Neuro Light: I understand and agree to the following:

The Neuro Light is an instrument designed to promote a variety of Wellness states related to the Brain by providing Sensory signal based Stimulation for brain exercise, energy and learning. As such, it may be considered as a source of education, exploration and entertainment.

The Neuro Light may be considered an Advanced form of conventional Light and Sound Brain Stimulation, similar to Brain Entrainment, which has been broadly available for more than 40 years to the public. Such devices may be purchased from public consumer sources and used appropriately by any person. The Neuro Light as a Wellness tool should not be mistaken as a medical device. The statements regarding the Neuro Light have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration.

The Neuro Light is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. The information on the website, social media sites, video/audio recordings or in emails is designed for educational purposes only. It is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice or care. You should not use this information to diagnose or treat any health problems or illnesses without consulting your medical practitioner. Your results may vary.

Have you ever experienced a seizure or seizure-like symptoms: YES _____ NO _____.
Persons with epilepsy or prone to seizures are not advised to use devices that incorporate flashing light sources. Additionally, there is a rare risk of unexpected seizure-like experiences in persons with no prior known seizures. It is agreed that in the event of such an unexpected or hidden reaction, neither the developer, manufacturer, owner or operator shall be held responsible in any way. During the session, report any uncomfortable sensations at any point, and as a caution, the session will be stopped immediately by moving the light source away. PLEASE ENTER YOUR INITIALS:________________.

Pregnant women are advised to consult with their medical practitioner on the use of this and any device. Use of alcohol or drugs of any kind is not advised when using this device. If using prescribed medication, it is advised to consult first with your medical practitioner before using the device. The purpose of the device is to provide wellness related exercise and learning. There is no purpose or intention to provide treatments or therapies of any type for any purpose.

Persons with appropriate training, credential and/or licensing may use the Neuro Light according to or within the legal scope of their practice.

Print name: _______________________________________________. Date:_____________________________


Signature (if a minor, parent or legal guardian):_______________________________________________
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Are you in San Miguel de Allende and would like to have a personalized session with the Neuro Light, PyraLight Pad & Brain Food? This is your lucky week 😉 Available until next Nov 4th ... See MoreSee Less

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Great interview with expert/author about Neuroplasticity

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Dear Everyone, I am still struggling to explain what to say when I want to introduce the lights to people. I strongly believe they are awesome but there must be a way to talk about it in a professional way so I don't sound like a complete lunatic and say oh just try it and see, feel into it, let the light work through you etc. What is your professional pitch? I talked to a GP where I work with alcohol and drug related issues and I really believe this would help with addictions. Anyways want to see how you pitch the conversation. I know we can't promise anything, Thank you 🙂 ... See MoreSee Less

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Just got back from California where the Neuro Light was featured at the powerful 2 1/2 day Bulletproof BioHacker Conference. With two NL units set up, we did 165 NL demo sessions with a sign up of 185 participants. Many more came but left because of the wait time. 95% of the time we were giving sessions back to back from 7:00 am to 6:00 pm. Overwhelming positive responses with the primary interest focused on optimizing Neuroplasticity. New science was the theme.

With LOTS of hi-tech there, numerous persons told me the NL was their best experience.

Many thanks for help from Jessica Shane, James Bandy, Paula Plotnick, Debby Perkins, Lara Weithorn and Gary Casias.
If we had had five NLs they would all have been busy.
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The Power of Sunlight - if you have followed my NL comments, you are likely to have heard me say that food/nutrition supplies only about 1/3 of our daily energy needs. The rest comes from "thermal" (aka sunlight) sources.

Here is a simple formula to consider (as averages) the 24 hour daily consumption of food provides us with 2,500 kcal yet the human body emits about 7,500 kcal of energy in the same time period.

The ratio, as you can see, is 1/3:2/3
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Garnet Dupuis is this one for you...

A client asked
The question that I asked you yesterday was to do with a young girl who was in our care who was born with Hypophosphotemus or something like that!
Her body was unable to make enough phosphates to keep her bones strong and healthy.
It affects her whole skeleton with the result that her legs bow as they are not strong enough to bear the weight.
As adults they can end up wheelchair bound. She was born this way and it is a genetic condition.
Can the light help with this condition?
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Neurogenesis is the birth of new neurons from neural stem or progenitor cells in the brain. It was long considered that the number of neurons was fixed !

Good news: the brain has plasticity and we can change it!

The area of the hippocampus is the seat of the mood, learning, the memory and our emotions !

We can promote this cerebral mechanism by using catalysts.

The following is a list of measures to be taken to promote this neurogenesis.

Turmeric - Omega 3 (nuts) - Green tea - Psylocibine - Ibogaïne - Blueberries - Red onions (Quercetin) - Resveratrol (red vine)- Ginseng root - Gingko Biloba root - Vitamine E (avocado) - Grape seed oil - Rhodiola root - Lotus root ...
Make exercices - Zinc - Meditations (with yoga) - Sleep - Listen songs from nature - Make sex - Adopt positive emotions - Practice sensory experiences - Cannabis

AND OF COURSE ...

AVOID these substances: alcool, coffee , raffined sugar, carbohydrates, meat and dairy products (milk, eggs, cheese). And no smoke, fight obesity, run away from boring life or excessive stress, watch TV often.


WE ARE WHAT WE EAT ...
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As Tech Support person for the Ajna, NL, and PyraLight there can be occasional questions asked about the difficulty in connecting to the internet. One very good reason and this I have experienced first hand is when Light setups can be hurried especially when travelling, or from tiredness.
Each Light comes with an International Power/ Surge Protector Adaptor. Please ensure that once the pins for your mains are extended that they are then LOCKED in place by sliding the green locking/unlocking latch on the side of the adaptor, before inserting in the power socket. If you dont LOCK them in place they will retract, which you will not be able to see and then you have no power for internet..this may be obvious, but it happens. 🙂
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As Tech Support person for the Ajna, NL, and PyraLight there can be occasional questions asked about the difficulty in connecting to the internet. One very good reason and this I have experienced firs...

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Guy and Garnet have come to a great solution making owning and using a Neuro Light AND an Ajna Light completely fluid and economical. Please read below this announcement from the Ajna Light FB page.

www.facebook.com/groups/ajnalight/permalink/1841522169196024/
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Nasal Light owners - available now on GLC website are replacements for the Nasal Light Nose cable AND its USB Power Charger cable.

www.goldlightcentral.com/product/nasal-light-replacement-cable/

www.goldlightcentral.com/product/nasal-light-replacement-usb-charger-cable/ 🙂
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Nasal Light owners - available now on GLC website are replacements for the Nasal Light Nose cable AND the USB Power Charger cable.www.goldlightcentral.com/product/nasal-light-replacement-cab...

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A power packed NL Brain Skills THEME INDEX of compositions. Find it in the NL Practical Guide for Beginners document. If you don't have it.....just ask at [email protected] I will send a digital copy to you. Print it out !!! ... See MoreSee Less

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More insights into Neuroplastic Reinforcements. Also check out the recent videos in "Neuro Light Garnet" YouTube channel in Beginners Guide STEP BY STEP playlist on Reinforcements.

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Can you ride with her on an intergalactic, multidimensional, Neuroplastic creation adventure. Hang loose. Be cool. Completely crazy, cat jazz piano extraordinaire. Just fasten your seat belt and sit back. Let her take you where she goes.

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Hiromi Uehara essa menina é algo único. Musicalidade, técnica, inspiração e show girl. Essa peça solo é um delírio. . Estude agora mesmo na nossa escola virtual www.StarlingAcademyofMusic.com....

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Excellent video on Brain Food/Nasal Light. He uses a unit from VieLight however the effects are precisely the same as with our NL Nasal Light. ... See MoreSee Less

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i am looking for someone in london who offers NL light sessions. thank you. ... See MoreSee Less

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Can we as adults grow new brain cells - listen to this TED Talk
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Extending the benefits of a Help Right Now NL session with "one size fits all" Neuroplastic Reinforcements are right here at your fingertips. Be confident. ... See MoreSee Less

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Here is the next section of commentary videos in the NL Practical Guide for Beginners series. It is the wonderful Help Right Now approach for all you NL Light Coaches out there. Enjoy. ... See MoreSee Less

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Edward Murphy shared March for Science's post to the group: The Neuro Light. ... See MoreSee Less

In the foreground: Saturn. Tiny blue pixel on the right: All of human civilization.This photo was taken by NASA's Cassini spacecraft, which after 13 years in orbit, initiated its final collision cou...

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Synesthesia.....super interesting. The painting below is from Kandinsky who was a synesthete and experienced colors as sounds. He is often referred to as the Father of Abstract Art.

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The Super-Dynamics of Neuroplasticity

This is a (somewhat) technical description of how the Brain as a Whole responds to information directed towards positive Neuroplastic Change. These principles underlie the functional activities of the Neuro Light. If technical information is newer to you, just take your time and work with the key words and ideas.

There are four basic stages or steps that happen as the Brain as a Whole responds to Neuroplastic Change:

1) Neuro-Stimulation (the "input reaction");
2) Neuro-Modulation (the "reaction response");
3) Neuro-Relaxation; (the "response relief");
4) Neuro-Differentiation (the "relief result")

Now let's break these down to better understand.

1) Neuro-Stimulation is like giving information/food to a hungry brain. It has an appetite and is hungry for the info/food because it is the way it can keep the learning going and solve the problem. It is mandatory for self-organization and adaptation. It triggers a mobilization of self-regulation and things immediately begin to improve even at this very early stage. Yummy!

2) Neuro-Modulation now kicks into gear and all of the multiple Brain Networks (remember those in the NL Brain Gym) have an improvement of functions. This decreases the super-sensitivities that have formed as the Brain has been lacking certain Adaptive responses. Perhaps most importantly, the Neuro-Modulation stage allows the Brain Stem "Reticular Activating System" (RAS) to "reset" which is wonderful because it means that the "arousal level" that was causing all those "super-sensitivities" to manifest gets "calmed down" and normalized (whew, that feels better:-).

3) Neuro-Relaxation happens after the Neuro-Modulation does its work by re-setting the "arousal levels" and calming those "super-sensitivities. All the Brain Networks and associated circuits get to "Rest &a Restore" themselves.

This is great because now the (#2 above) Neuro-Modulation activities get to keep at work by "flipping ON" many dormant circuits to engage in Movement, Mental and Sensory Neuroplastic stimulating signals. The signals are made more potent at converting their "brain signals" into "mind messages". It is only with corrected self-regulation via brain modulation, brain rest, and adequate energy restored, can the brain rhythms be restored.

This is the stage when a person has the chance of overcoming the maladaptive learning involved in the Limbic Trauma Loop (aka PTSD) as well as other maladaptations.

4) Neuro-Differentiation is the resultant long-lasting stage when enduring positive learning can be integrated into the Stable State brain functioning. Now the new habits take charge.
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The past weeks I have been through all the Brain Skills-Foundation-Peace sessions (Basic balance to Mind tranquil). Wonderful sessions. Each of them giving me amazing geometric color patterns, and such a sense of rest and peace.
Yesterday was extra special. During most of the session (22minutes) I felt so much gratitude and love for everything in my life.
At a certain point one my 'special' colleagues (in the sense of extra challenging and therefore the person to learn from the most! 🙃) came up in my mind and I sent my love.
This is such a beautiful adventure!
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More is NOT More - Learn about Hormesis and Stress and the NL. You can find this video in "Neuro Light Garnet" YouTube NL Leaning channel - look in the "DEEPER NL Learning" playlist. ... See MoreSee Less

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This is the final commentary video for the Brain Exercise section of the NL Practical Guide for Beginners document. BRAIN TONICS - a super satisfying and simple way to use the NL. All the Brain Exercise STEP BY STEP commentary videos are waiting for you in the "Neuro Light Garnet" YouTube channel. Crazy good stuff. If you DONT yet have a digit,a copy (ready to print out and follow along with the STEP BY STEP videos....just ask at [email protected] I will send it to you asap. The Help Right Now section is NEXT!!!! ... See MoreSee Less

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Visual hallucinations and decoded interpretations. Fascinating. Strangely destabilizing beauty.
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PS - thank you Sundari for posting
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This blind artist has created over thousands of mesmerizing gif images.

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Garnet is going to be back in the USA Sept 25 to Oct 15. Fly in and out of LA. Looking at doing some NL activities (to be confirmed) in SF, Portland, Vegas. Nothing set yet but in discussions.

If anyone (basically West Coast-ish) has any ideas or requests for Neuro Light presentations or explorations, let me know. Learning is always best when shared - and lots of fun too.
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IMPORTANT UPDATE - Lanna Light Gathering - Chiang Mai, 3-5th November 2017.
We are at the pointy end now of finalising monies owing for accommodation and meals. If you have NOT paid Dr Chris for your accommodation, or me your Booking Fee please do so ASAP.
**Please those who have said they are coming, but have not yet paid Dr. Chris or myself your room has personally been paid for by Dr Chris, to ensure you get the best group room rate.
We are less than 8 weeks now from the Conference beginning.
Those who were wanting to attend the presentations in the Conference Room and at Guy's Healing Centre but are not booked with the group bookings at The Win Place Hotel, we are calling 'walk-ins'.
There is limited space available in the Conference Room for you, so it is on a first arrive basis for entry. There may be room for approx 20 'walk-ins' on each day.
I am sure you will realise that there will be enough to organise over that weekend, so no 'walk-in' priority list is being taken as we have no idea of who or how many may be wanting to attend as a walk-in.
The two Conference Room sessions each of approx 90 mins. will start at approx 8.30am and conclude at approx noon on both the 4th and 5th of November and that each day there will be different presentations.
Please note entry as a 'walk-in' to the Conference Room will be 1000 baht per person (payable at the door) on each of the two days.
At this time presenters in the Conference Room will be Rich and Barnaby on Saturday and Garnet on Sunday.
Also there will be separate functions at Guy's Healing Centre on both afternoons, and if you are a 'walk-in' then you need to arrange your own transport to and from. Those sessions will commence at approx 2.30pm 'til approx 5.30pm and entry is FREE.
Those who are booked at the Win Place Hotel will receive the full program for the weekend via email.
'Walk-ins' can view the complete weekend program in the foyer of The Win Hotel from the afternoon of the 3rd Nov which is check-in day.
We have over 30 people attending this the first Light Gathering, and we are already looking ahead to next years, so if you were unable to make this one, I suggest put a marker on your calendar for 2018 for the next - yeh.
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IMPORTANT UPDATE - Lanna Light Gathering - Chiang Mai, 3-5th November 2017. We are at the pointy end now of finalising monies owing for accommodation and meals. If you have NOT paid Dr Chris for your ...

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The Neuro Light is a form of brain stimulation that I term "Brain Engagement" as compared to "Brain Entrainment". The NL Brain Engagement method utilizes some aspects of Brain Entrainment that are integrated into a number of other advanced brain signaling methods that have evolved forward since the earlier more simplistic Brain Entrainment concepts.

Below is a very short overview history of the early evolution of conventional Brain Entrainment. I think anyone working with the NL will feel more secure with a bit more background. You will see that Brain Entrainment and other styles of brain signal Stimulation has been active in our modern era for well over 120 years.
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HISTORY of BrainWave Entrainment (BWE)
The first known clinical application of BWE was discovered by a French psychologist, Pierre Janet, in the late 1800s. Janet noted that his patients appeared calmer after being exposed to a rotating strobe wheel that was illuminated by a lantern, and thus he used this method therapeutically as needed.

After Berger showed that electrical activity could be recorded from the human brain in 1929, Adrian and Mathews (1934) showed that the Berger rhythm (alpha) could be further amplified by photic stimulation at the same frequency.

In 1942, Dempsey and Morison found that BWE could also be induced by a tactile stimulus, and Chaitran reported entrainment effects with an auditory stimulus in 1959.

Psychological effects of BWE were further explored in 1946 when flickering light produced frequency-dependent sensa- tions of “pattern, movement and color.”

In 1959, BWE was found to reduce the need for anesthesia during surgery, and in 1975, it was found to enhance meditation. The development of BWE tools proliferated after Oster’s 1973 article on the proper- ties of the binaural beat.

Research on the effects of BWE on pain, headaches, migraines, anxiety, and stress followed in the 1980s and expanded in the 1990s to include learning and memo- ry, ADHD, learning disabilities, behavioral problems, and PMS.
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We had a group of 14 university grad students visit us for an exploration of the Neuro Light. All intrigued and wanting more. Fascinated by Neuroplasticity and the Brain. ... See MoreSee Less

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Another peek at what's going into the NL Practical Guide for Beginners video "commentary" series on the "Neuro Light Garnet" YouTube channel. If you have a Neuro Light (or might want one), make sure you have a digital copy of the NL Practical Guide for a Beginners document. Ask your NL Ambassador or just as me for one at [email protected] Also for easy access to a TON of authoritative NL Learning videos, SUBSCRIBE to "Neuro Light Garnet". What would normally cost $1000's for course tuition fees is all here for you FREE. The only thing you have to "pay" is your "attention":-))) ... See MoreSee Less

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A reminder and peek into the NL Practical Guide for Beginners - STEP BY STEP video series....which is being built RIGHT NOW. There are 12 videos already in this new "Neuro Light Garnet" YouTube channel PLAYLIST. So, 18 more to go:-)). If you have the NL Practical Guide for Beginners digital document, this series takes you through the entire Guide STEP BY STEP with a commentary from Garnet for EACH STEP. Very good idea to SUBSCRIBE with (soon) over 100 (yikes) FREE NL Learning videos....all collected and sequenced....just for YOU. ... See MoreSee Less

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Today is Father's Day in the West. I remember seeing my Father over 30 years being reduced to a mere shell of his former inspiring self, to being totally reliant on Nursing Home assistance for the most basic of human needs before he passed away in 2007 at the age of 85 from complications associated with Parkinson's disease.
My Mother passed away the day after my father with Dementia.
I have a very strong emotional and practical connection to The Neuro Light because of these insidious neurological diseases.
I have benefited from it myself in so many ways..
We are all so blessed to have this remarkable wellness therapy at our very fingertips.
Deepest and fondest gratitude to Garnet and Guy <3 <3
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Hi Gang, I see you now have the nasal light....do you have any data on it about neuroplasticity and helping memory concerns? Thanks in advance. ... See MoreSee Less

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Dance like no one is looking...or even if they are!!! (Thank you Stephanie for this article)
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Dancing can reverse the signs of aging in the brain

August 25, 2017

As we grow older we suffer a decline in mental and physical fitness, which can be made worse by conditions like Alzheimer's disease. A new study, published in the open-access journal Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, shows that older people who routinely partake in physical exercise can reverse the signs of aging in the brain, and dancing has the most profound effect.

"Exercise has the beneficial effect of slowing down or even counteracting age-related decline in mental and physical capacity," says Dr Kathrin Rehfeld, lead author of the study, based at the German center for Neurodegenerative Diseases, Magdeburg, Germany. "In this study, we show that two different types of physical exercise (dancing and endurance training) both increase the area of the brain that declines with age. In comparison, it was only dancing that lead to noticeable behavioral changes in terms of improved balance."

Elderly volunteers, with an average age of 68, were recruited to the study and assigned either an eighteen-month weekly course of learning dance routines, or endurance and flexibility training. Both groups showed an increase in the hippocampus region of the brain. This is important because this area can be prone to age-related decline and is affected by diseases like Alzheimer's. It also plays a key role in memory and learning, as well as keeping one's balance.

While previous research has shown that physical exercise can combat age-related brain decline, it is not known if one type of exercise can be better than another. To assess this, the exercise routines given to the volunteers differed. The traditional fitness training program conducted mainly repetitive exercises, such as cycling or Nordic walking, but the dance group were challenged with something new each week.

Dr Rehfeld explains, "We tried to provide our seniors in the dance group with constantly changing dance routines of different genres (Jazz, Square, Latin-American and Line Dance). Steps, arm-patterns, formations, speed and rhythms were changed every second week to keep them in a constant learning process. The most challenging aspect for them was to recall the routines under the pressure of time and without any cues from the instructor."

These extra challenges are thought to account for the noticeable difference in balance displayed by those participants in dancing group. Dr Rehfeld and her colleagues are building on this research to trial new fitness programs that have the potential of maximizing anti-aging effects on the brain.

"Right now, we are evaluating a new system called "Jymmin" (jamming and gymnastic). This is a sensor-based system which generates sounds (melodies, rhythm) based on physical activity. We know that dementia patients react strongly when listening to music. We want to combine the promising aspects of physical activity and active music making in a feasibility study with dementia patients."

Dr Rehfeld concludes with advice that could get us up out of our seats and dancing to our favorite beat.

"I believe that everybody would like to live an independent and healthy life, for as long as possible. Physical activity is one of the lifestyle factors that can contribute to this, counteracting several risk factors and slowing down age-related decline. I think dancing is a powerful tool to set new challenges for body and mind, especially in older age."

This study falls into a broader collection of research investigating the cognitive and neural effects of physical and cognitive activity across the lifespan.
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The following is an EXAMPLE ONLY of a NL Waiver document. Any person using the NL with the public (especially as a service with a fee) should be wise and use a waiver form before any session with a new person. Also keep the waiver in your records. If the person requests a copy, give one to them. Do NOT use this example without having it reviewed by a person aware of the legal requirements where you live/practice, as requirements vary from area to area.
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The Neuro Light: I understand and agree to the following:

The Neuro Light is an instrument designed to promote a variety of Wellness states related to the Brain by providing Sensory signal based Stimulation for brain exercise, energy and learning. As such, it may be considered as a source of education, exploration and entertainment.

The Neuro Light may be considered an Advanced form of conventional Light and Sound Brain Entrainment which has been broadly available for more than 40 years to the public. Such devices may be purchased from public consumer sources and used appropriately by any person. The Neuro Light as a Wellness tool should not be mistaken as a medical device. The statements regarding the Neuro Light have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration.

The Neuro Light is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. The information on the website, social media sites, video/audio recordings or in emails is designed for educational purposes only. It is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice or care. You should not use this information to diagnose or treat any health problems or illnesses without consulting your medical practitioner. Your results may vary.

Persons with epilepsy or prone to seizures are not advised to use devices that incorporate flashing light sources. Additionally, there is a rare risk of unexpected seizure-like experiences in persons with no prior known seizures. It is agreed that in the event of such an unexpected or hidden reaction, neither the developer, manufacturer, owner or operator shall be held responsible in any way. During the session, report any uncomfortable sensations at any point, and as a caution, the session will be stopped immediately by moving the light source away. PLEASE ENTER YOUR INITIALS:________________.

Pregnant women are advised to consult with their medical practitioner on the use of this and any device. Use of alcohol or drugs of any kind is not advised when using this device. If using prescribed medication, it is advised to consult first with your medical practitioner before using the device. The purpose of the device is to provide wellness related exercise and learning. There is no purpose or intention to provide treatments or therapies of any type for any purpose.

Persons with appropriate training, credential and/or licensing may use the Neuro Light according to or within the legal scope of their practice.

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This is the INTRO video of a 30 video series that takes a new NL user through the entire NL Practical Guide for Beginners document. You will find ALL the series on " Neuro Light Garnet" YouTube channel. I will begin posting them as I complete them. Eat'em up:-)). Print out your NL Beginners Guide and watch the videos STEP BY STEP. ... See MoreSee Less

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The eagle has landed, and it's a 3 day weekend!

Putting on my seat belt.

Have both Anja and Neuro. (My pyralight is in California, I've read/heard that it has its own enhanced experience with the tea)
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♪♫ When Your Favorite Beat Comes On ♪♫

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For all of us, always.

Neuroplasticity is the gold for broken brains.

Lessons From a Broken Japanese Bowl - ปรัชญาจากชามญี่ปุ่น
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Be Proud of Your Scars... Lessons From a Broken Japanese Bowlจงภูมิใจในบาดแผลของคุณ ปรัชญาจากชามญี่ปุ่นHave a nice...

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"It is the theory which decides what we can observe."
- Albert Einstein.
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A superb new article on Neuroplasticity. Share it with those that need convincing or inspiration. (Again thanks to Alain for finding it)
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It’s never too late to learn – if you go about it in the right way.

* By David Robson

If you ever fear that you are already too old to learn a new skill, remember Priscilla Sitienei, a midwife from Ndalat in rural Kenya. Having grown up without free primary school education, she had never learnt to read or write. As she approached her twilight years, however, she wanted to note down her experiences and knowledge to pass down to the next generation. And so, she started to attend lessons at the local school – along with six of her great-great-grandchildren. She was 90 at the time.

We are often told that “you can’t teach an old dog new tricks” – that the grizzled adult brain simply can’t absorb as much information as an impressionable young child’s. Many people would assume that you simply couldn’t pick up a complex skill like reading or writing, at the age of 90, after a lifetime of being illiterate.

The latest studies from psychology and neuroscience show that these extraordinary achievements need not be the exception. Although you may face some extra difficulties at 30, 50 – or 90 – your brain still has an astonishing ability to learn and master many new skills, whatever your age. And the effort to master a new discipline may be more than repaid in maintaining and enhancing your overall cognitive health.

Wax tablets
But there hasn’t always been such an optimistic view of learning brand new skills from scratch as a grown adult.
The prevailing, pessimistic, view of the ageing mind can be traced back to the Ancient Greeks. In his treatise De Memoria et Reminiscentia, Aristotle compared human memory to a wax tablet. At birth, the wax is hot and pliable, but as it cools it becomes too tough and brittle to form distinct impressions – and our memory suffers as a result.

Millennia later, scientists’ understanding of the brain appeared to echo this view. Neuroscientists even use a word to describe the brain’s adaptability – neuroplasticity – that directly recalls the malleable wax of Aristotle’s “tabula rasa”, and as we age, we were thought to lose much of that plasticity.

Childhood, in particular, was thought to be the “critical period” to make those impressions. By the end of the critical period, the brain’s circuits begin to settle, making it far harder to learn many complex new skills.

Compelling evidence for this theory appeared to come from people learning a second language. Young children brought to a new country seemed to find it far easier to reach fluency than their older siblings or parents, for instance.
Yet a closer look at the data paints a somewhat rosier picture. Analysing the census records of immigrants, Ellen Bialystok at York University in Toronto showed that the immigrants fluency appeared to decline very gradually with the age at arrival, rather than a drop off a cliff predicted by a critical period. And that may have been partly due to the fact that the children simply had more opportunities to master the language, with the support of schools and their classmates. Or perhaps children are simply less inhibited and aren’t so scared about making mistakes.

Just consider the case of Aleksander Hemon. Originally from Sarajevo in then-Yugoslavia, he found himself stranded in the US on the outbreak of the Bosnian war in 1992 – despite having little command of English. “I had this horrible, pressing need to write because things were happening. I needed to do it the same way I needed to eat, but I just had no language to write in,” he later told the New York Times. And so he set about embracing the language on the streets around him. Within three years, he had published his first piece in an American journal, a path that eventually led to three critically acclaimed novels, two short story collections, a book of autobiographical essays, and a MacArthur Genius Award.

Hemon’s profound mastery of expression should have been near impossible if language acquisition had to fall within a critical period for us to achieve true fluency. But his sheer determination and the urgency of the situation fuelled his power to learn.

Admittedly, children may still find it easier to master certain skills, particularly those that revolve around the fine-tuning of our perception. A linguist may struggle to exactly match a native’s accent, while a new musician may never be able to acquire the refined perception of “absolute pitch” shown by stars like Ella Fitzgerald or Jimi Hendrix. But as Hemon shows, you can still be an award-winning novelist without sounding like a native, and many accomplished musicians do not have perfect pitch. Amazing progress is still possible in many different fields, and adults may find that they can make up for some of the deficits with their greater capacity for analysis, self-reflection – and discipline.

The scientific literature is now dotted with case studies of older adults performing amazing mnemonic feats, including a septuagenarian who learnt to recite all 10,565 lines of John Milton’s Paradise Lost for public performance. Such extended neuroplasticity also seems to be reflected in more recent studies of the brain’s anatomy, revealing that the adult brain is far more fertile than expected, and more than capable of sprouting the connections necessary for profound learning.

Keeping in shape seems to be particularly important for maintaining that plasticity, as exercise helps to release a flood of neurotransmitters and hormones that are known to promote the growth of new brain cells and synapses.

Adults are often reluctant to learn new skills - but the ability to learn new skills, from languages to art, is still well within reach (Credit: Getty)

A simple lack of confidence may present the biggest barrier – particularly for older learners, past retirement, who may have already started to fear a more general cognitive decline.

Through a string of recent experiments, Dayna Touron at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro has shown that older adults (60 and over) frequently underestimate the power of their own memories, leading to some bad habits that fail to make the best use of their minds.
In one (deliberately tedious) study, Touron’s participants had to compare a reference table of word pairings (like ‘dog’ and ‘table’) with a second list, and then identify which words had not appeared in the original table. The word pairings were not difficult to learn, and by the end most people – of all ages – would have been able recite them. But the older adults – aged 60 and over – were more reluctant to rely on their memory, preferring instead to laboriously cross-reference the two tables, even though it took significantly more time. For some reason, they weren’t confident that they had learnt the pairs accurately – and so took the more cautious, but time-consuming, strategy.
In another experiment, the participants had to work through a list of calculations, with many of the sums appearing repeatedly through the list. The younger participants soon started to recall their previous answers, while the older subjects instead decided to perform the calculations from scratch each time.

Again, this did not seem to reflect an actual hole in their memory – many could remember their answers, if they had to, but had simply chosen not to. “We do see some adults who come into the lab and who never shift to using their memory,” says Touron. “They say they know the information, they just prefer not to rely on it.”

By asking her participants to keep detailed diaries of their routine, Touron has shown this habit of “memory avoidance” may limit their cognitive performance in many everyday activities. Older people may be more likely to rely on GPS when driving, for instance – even if they remember the route – or they may follow a recipe line by line, rather than attempting to recall the steps.

Eventually, that lack of confidence may become a self-fulfilling prophecy – as your memory skills slowly decline through lack of use. On the plus side, she has found that simply giving the older adults feedback on their performance – and underlining the accuracy of their memory – can encourage them to rely more on their recall. “I think it does offer an optimistic picture,” she says.

Sometimes life circumstances force adult learners over mental hurdles, like the immigrants at this ESL migrant centre in Connecticut. (Credit: Getty)

Break through those psychological barriers to learning, and you may soon see some widespread and profound benefits, including a sharper mind overall. As evidence, Touron points to research by Denise Park at the Center for Vital Longevity at the University of Texas at Dallas.

Park first divided her 200 participants into groups and assigned them to a programme of different activities for 15 hours a week for three months. Some were offered the opportunity to learn new skills – quilting, digital photography, or both – that would challenge their long-term memory and attention as they followed complex instructions. Others were given more passive tasks, such as listening to classical music or completing crossword puzzles, or social activities – such as field trips to local sites of interest. At the beginning and the end of the three months, Parks also gave the participants a memory test.

Of all the participants, only the subjects learning the quilting or the photography enjoyed a significant improvement – with 76% of the photographers showing a higher score at the second memory test, for instance. A later brain scan found that this seemed to be reflected in lasting changes to circuits in the medial frontal, lateral temporal, and parietal cortex - areas associated with attention and concentration. Overall, the more active pastime of learning a new skill led to the more efficient brain activity you might observe in a younger brain, while the passive activities like listening to music brought no changes. Crucially, these benefits were long-lasting, lingering for more than a year after the participants had completed their course.

Park emphasises that she still needs to replicate the study with other groups of participants. But if the results are consistent with her earlier findings, then the brain boost of taking up a new hobby may trump so-called “brain training” computer games and apps, with study after study finding that these programs fail to bring about meaningful benefits in real life.

Although the specific activities that Park chose – photography or quilting – may not appeal to everyone, she suspects the same benefits could emerge from many other hobbies. The essential point is to choose something that is unfamiliar, and which requires prolonged and active mental engagement as you cultivate a new set of behaviours. “it’s important that the task is novel and that it challenges you personally,” Park says. If you are a pianist, you might find greater benefits from learning a language say, than attempting to pick up the organ; if you are a painter, you might take up a sport like tennis.
You may be surprised by how much you enjoy the challenge itself. “The participants got more confidence in themselves,” Park says. One man went on to take photographs for his local newspaper; another woman had at first reluctantly attended the quilting class, despite having no real interest in the skill. She still wasn’t convinced by the end, but her successes had nevertheless inspired her to take up a new hobby – painting – instead. “I didn’t like quilting, but I had learnt how to learn,” she told Park.

So why not give it a go yourself and attempt to stretch your mind beyond its comfort zone? As Priscilla Sitienei – the 90-year-old Kenyan great-great-grandmother – put it: “Education has no age limit.”
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Have a look at this article from Harvard. Please note that Sensory cues provide the Neuroplastic Stimulation - which is the fundamental principle in the Neuro Light design. (And thank you Alain for providing this article)
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Brain is far more flexible than conventionally thought

Study suggests balance between preserving memories and integrating new learning

By Greta Friar, Harvard Medical School Communications

The human brain has a region of cells responsible for linking sensory cues to actions and behaviors and cataloging the link as a memory. Cells that form these links have been deemed highly stable and fixed.

Now, the findings of a Harvard Medical School (HMS) study conducted in mice challenge that model, revealing that the neurons responsible for such tasks may be less stable, yet more flexible than previously believed.

The results, published Aug. 17 in the journal Cell, cast doubt on the traditional notion that memory formation involves hardwiring information into the brain in a fixed and highly stable pattern.

The researchers say their results point to a critical plasticity in neuronal networks that ensures easier integration of new information. Such plasticity allows neuronal networks to more easily incorporate new learning, eliminating the need to form new links to separate neurons every time. Furthermore, the researchers said, once a memory is no longer needed, neurons can be more easily reassigned to other important tasks.

“Our experiments point to far less stability in neurons that link sensory cues to action than we would have expected and suggest the presence of much more flexibility, and indeed a sort of neuronal efficiency,” said study senior author Chris Harvey, an assistant professor of neurobiology at HMS. “We believe this trade-off ensures the delicate balance between the ability to incorporate new information while preserving old memories.”

The Harvard Medical School study involved experiments with mice repeatedly running through a virtual maze over the course of a month. Analyzing images of brain activity in a brain region involved in navigational decision-making, the researchers noted that neurons did not stabilize into a pattern. Instead, the set of neurons forming the mice’s maze-running memories kept changing for the duration of the study. In fact, neurons kept switching roles in the memory pattern or left it altogether, only to be replaced by other neurons.

“Individual neurons tended to have streaks where they’d do the same thing for a few days, then switch,” Harvey said. “Over the course of weeks, we began to see shifts in the overall pattern of neurons.”

The experiments are part of the research team’s ongoing efforts to unravel the mysteries of memory formation and, specifically, how the brain captures external cues and behaviors to perform recurring tasks such as navigating a space using landmarks.

Article: news.harvard.edu/gazette/story/2017/08/brain-flexibility-changes-the-way-we-remember-and-learn/
RSF Related Science News
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This is so spot on! 😆 Copyrighted by Mark Gungor www.markgungor.com

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Basic understandings about the Brain Network Reinforcements in the NL Brain Gym. Powerful. ... See MoreSee Less

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Simple things done well, work well. And the NL Brain Gym is a perfect example of this fact. ... See MoreSee Less

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Superb TED Talk by (the now deceased) Oliver Sacks, the preeminent medical researcher of hallucinations. This talk is of special to anyone with any visual limitation from partial to blindness BUT also VERY purposeful for those of us with the NL working with mental visual experiences.

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STATE does not automatically equal a persevering integrated TRAIT....especially the POSITIVE ones. ... See MoreSee Less

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Worth watching the embedded video considering our group interests in Total Brain Wellness.

www.facebook.com/seniorita.fritz/posts/1421622964627670
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Let be. Let go. Let in.

Let the experience be, just as it is.
Let any discomfort or negativity go, release it.
Let any new good feeling, insight in, be open.
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State > Trait. Experiencing doesn't equal Learning.

Just because you have an experience and its resultant STATE does not mean that you have integrated or "installed" the nature of that experience into a lasting TRAIT.

A STATE may be pleasant but without integrating it with Mental, Movement or Sensory Repetitions and Reinforcements there will be no TRAIT acquired.
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I would like to ask about induction of lucid dreaming and how best to approach this using the neurolight as a tool. This should be about building new brain connections for connecting 2 kinds of awarenss (wake state and dream state)
. How would you approach this Garnet?
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In Bangkok today and gave a Neuro Light/Neuroplasticity presentation to about 50 International doctors and practitioners at an Integrative Medicine Conference.

Gave a short impromptu NL talk yesterday at a prominent Bangkok Stem Cell center and the Head Doctor invited me to speak as a "surprise presenter" at the conference. Attendees everywhere from Japan clear over to Saudi Arabia and Germany (and everywhere in between).

Fortunate and good timing. Also good fun.
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Multinational Integrative Medical Conference group. Excellent group for a NL presentation. Plus I did two video recorded NL interviews after the conference for Thai TV and International TV.

All good people with very open minds.
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Chaque corps est unique à chacun sa posture de méditation!La bonne position assise et celle qui te convient, selon tes aptitudes et de l'histoire de ton corps. Il est possible de méditer malgré ...

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Because of unavoidable hardware component variabilities, there are a small number of NL Sound files that will create "clicking" sounds. Below is how to fix them. If you prefer a "virgin" digital copy of this document (not filters by FB), please send a request to [email protected]

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How to insert some new Sound Files into your Neuro Light
Introduction:

In the Neuro Light, there are over 100 different Sound Files. As we have discovered, eight of them have a technical problem that is disruptive. They have some amount of “clicking or crackling” interference that is the result of an unknown hardware/software conflict.

There also may be a very small and occasional little “click” here and there in other Sound Files but that just comes with the digital territory and can include even the headphones you are using. These rare tiny “clicks” are irrelevant and of no functional concern.

So, not to worry. We have a solution that allows you to “trash” those eight Sound Files and replace them with new “clean” versions. The Sound compositions are exactly the same. All we have done is remove the disruptive “clicking/crackling” interference.

The eight disruptive Sound Files we have identified are:

1) Dependency (Advanced) – General Dependency;
2) Exploration (Advanced) – Psychedelic;
3) Exploration (Advanced) – Between Worlds;
4) Cognition (Advanced) – Better Intuition.
5) Mood (Foundation) – Shift Deep Depression
6) Cognition (intermediate) – Higher Intelligence
7) Mood (Intermediate) – Motivation Stimulation
8) Brain Gym – Dorsal Attention Network

How to Replace them:

1) Open your Neuro Light using a PC/MAC computer;

2) In the bottom right corner of the NL User Interface, select “Advanced”;

3) Of the choices, select “Upload”;

4) Of the choices, select “MP3”;

5) Search in the individual sound files list for “Dependency (Advanced) – General Dependency” (this is NOT in the upper box which lists the separate Genres);

6) Select “Dependency (Advanced) – General Dependency” to move to the Delete box to the right of the box of individual sound files;

7) Press the Delete button and confirm by pressing the second Delete button that appears below the box;

8) This process will have now deleted the Dependency (Advanced) – General Dependency sound file;

9) Repeat #5, #6, #7 above for the remaining seven disruptive Sound Files;

10) When all eight of the disruptive Sound Files have been deleted, it is now time to download onto your PC computer desktop the following links – these links will give you the “clean” replacements of the eight Sound Files you have just deleted from your NL. Just copy the links and put them on a our desktop for easy access.

u81508855.dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/81508855/Cognition/A%20Better%20Intuition.mp3

u81508855.dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/81508855/Cognition/I%20Higher%20Intelligence.mp3

u81508855.dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/81508855/Dependency/A%20General%20Dependency.mp3

u81508855.dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/81508855/Exploration/A%20Between%20Worlds.mp3

u81508855.dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/81508855/Exploration/A%20Psychedelic.mp3

u81508855.dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/81508855/Gym/NH%20Dorsal%20Attention%20Network.mp3

u81508855.dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/81508855/Mood/F%20Shift%20Deep%20Depression.mp3

u81508855.dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/81508855/Mood/I%20Motivation%20Stimulation.mp3

11) Now that these eight links have been loaded into your computer, you will begin the process of uploading them into your Neuro Light;

12) Again select the “Advanced” button on the lower right corner of the NL User Interface;

13) Select the “Upload” feature at the left;

14) Select “MP3”;

15) Select the Genre into which the new Sound File will be uploaded (eg. Notice that “Cognition” is the genre for Better Intuition AND “Exploration” is the genre for Psychedelic, etc. – you MUST select the Genre destination FIRST before you attempt to upload the specific Sound File – or else it can be sent to the wrong destination and you will NOT hear the Sound File later on);

16) Once you have selected the appropriate Sound File Genre destination, now select the “Browse” choice (the long rectangular box) – this will open up your access into your computer and let you choose the link associated with the Sound File you want to replace – do each of the four Sound Files ONE BY ONE – do not try to do them as one big bunch;

17) Repeat the same steps for each of the four new “clean” files;

18) When all eight have been uploaded, select “Update” in the lower right area of your User Interface.

19) That should do it
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If you want things to be different, you are going have to change.
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Chronic Migraine: which kind of sounds like my-grain (what inner emotional grains)......Anyways, I have a friend who has major life stopping migraines she needs to take painkillers for. I would like to offer here the Neuro.. What setting do you recommend? Maybe we need to find what does grains are coming from and start there? If you know what I mean? ... See MoreSee Less

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Those familiar with the NL Brain Gym, will be aware of the Default Mode Network (as one of the powerful Brain Network Reinforcements). Essentially, when we are not engaged in a specific task, the DMN becomes dominant.

It's activities are mysterious and fascinating as it enables self-reflection, memory integration, experience evaluation.....much of the sense we call "me".

Remarkably, its super low frequency range keeps wandering within itself making functional connections even during deep sleep and full anesthesia!!!

The DMN displays dysfunctions in conditions such as Alzheimer's and autism.

Brain Gym anyone?
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Talent. Fame. Fortune. No place to run. No place to hide. Glen Campbell dead at 81. Alzheimer's plus a history of alcohol and drug addiction.

We put effort and attention into our heart health, weight loss, body fitness.....what are you/we doing on a daily basis to enhance and protect our brain?
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(Vienna, 21 December 2016) A protein known as FosB in the reward centre of the brain alters in chronically ill people suffering from an addictive disorder (e.g. heroin addiction): it is genetically modified, split off and shortened.

This modification under the stimulus of the drug results in the protein being more stable and therefore remaining longer in this part of the brain than in its original form – even as much as several weeks after withdrawal of the drug. This means that a craving for this stimulus persists.

This addictive craving is stored in a sort of "memory" function and, surprisingly, can still be detected after death. This has now been demonstrated by MedUni Vienna scientists from the Department of Forensic Medicine.
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This is Dow (5 yr old, ethnic Burmese, son of our domestic staff). He suffered a car accident when 3 yrs old and had surgery on his head/Brain. You may notice the extensive scar.

This is his first NL session. Brain Gym, Foundation Coordination. Light intensity 3%. First for 3 minutes then a check (translate through his father to JiJi to me - three languages). All OK. He wanted more. Gave him 5 minutes of same Brain Exercise composition. All good. More again soon.

PS - had to do the same on his twin brother. They do everything together 🙂
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Worldwide, what are the (in order) five most consumed psychoactive drugs in the world?

1) caffeine,
2) alcohol,
3) nicotine,
4) betel nut,
5) cannabis.
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In the mid and late 1800's, the new pharmaceutical industry was developing almost entirely in Germany. One enterprise was surging ahead...the Bayer Company.

In 1899, they were successful in manipulating salicylic acid from bark if the willow tree....and created ASPIRIN.

A year earlier, in 1898, they had been successful in manipulating morphine (an extract from poppy opium)...and created HEROIN.

Both products were successfully introduced into the marketplace at that time.
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The basic way most neurons communicate with other neurons is via a chemical neurotransmitter. Essentially neuron #1 "spits" at neuron #2. This foundational principle in neuroscience was discovered in a dream...well, actually two dreams to be precise.

In 1920, a scientist named Otto Lowei had been studying regulation of impulses in the heart. One night he had a dream about an idea for an experiment. He quickly jotted down the idea and went back to sleep. When he awoke in the morning, he was unable to decipher the gibberish he had written in his sleepy state.

The sense remained with him that he had experienced some important insight so the next night he set his intention to again explore the insight in his sleep.

He suddenly awoke at 3:00 am with an idea and went immediately to his laboratory and designed the experiment .....and the rest, as they say, is neurotransmitter history.
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For anybody looking, there is a "ton" of intriguing research related to Neuroplasticity, Consciousness and Mind/Brain Light/Sound experience. Below is just a "teaser-taste" from a recent study examining the neurobiology of "internal light experiences".

Lindahl, Jared R. et al. “A Phenomenology of Meditation-Induced Light Experiences: Traditional Buddhist and Neurobiological Perspectives.” Frontiers in Psychology 4 (2013): 973. PMC. Web. 2 Aug. 2017.

Current medical technologies are combining non-invasive brain stimulation techniques that alter neuronal excitability and enhance cortical plasticity with training protocols to enhance outcomes in neuropsychiatric patients, including dementia, pain, addiction, anxiety, and depression (Nitsche et al., 2008; Halko et al., 2011; Kuo et al., 2013). In addition to improving symptoms, this enhanced neuroplasticity is also associated with improved learning, working memory, attention, and other cognitive improvements (Guse et al., 2010).
Similarly, the attenuation of sensory inputs increases neuronal excitability and facilitates a period of enhanced neuroplasticity (Ffytche et al., 1998; Boroojerdi et al., 2000,2001). Whether through brain stimulation or sensory attenuation, changes in neuronal excitability that accelerate neuroplasticity can be used to facilitate therapeutic changes beyond usual training protocols. Since meditation training contains sensory attenuation components, it is possible that this form of cognitive training may have enhanced neuroplastic potential.
Furthermore, the appearance of visual lights or other hallucinations could potentially serve as an indicator of a period of enhanced neuroplasticity, during which the ability to make a significant affective, perceptual, or cognitive shifts could be maximized.
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