Through mindfulness and meditation research, neuroscientists have come to recognise the emotional and health benefits of a clear, balanced and centred mind.
By training a quiet and clear mind, the more subtle and complex thoughts come into awareness. We become more resilient, more connected, more ourselves; allowing intuition and inspiration to flow. These basic principles underlie our approach to neurofeedback.
The advantage of integrating modern neuroscience with eastern traditions is that any essential mental training can be accomplished in a much shorter time, working directly with the brain's inherent neuroplasticity
. Our neurofeedback
brain training acts as a mental compass, showing the way into states that are difficult to reach without guidance. After some practice, you can get there on your own.
This field of study has been greatly aided by the Dalai Lama, who for nearly 20 years has furthered scientific knowledge in this area by strengthening the exchange of knowledge between eastern masters and neuroscientists.
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I have gained a more direct and palpable experience of something that is not normally noticeable in itself, and direct access to something that is normally involuntary or unconscious.
I can switch off in seconds and go into a state that feels like a pleasant, light trance without the lengthy induction – even on the rush-hour tube!
The thought manifests as the word;
The word manifests as the deed;
The deed develops into habit;
And the habit into character.
So, watch the thought and its ways with care.
As the shadow follows the body,
As we think, so we become.