True Brain and Body Balance through Neurofeedback
Have you ever had one of those days where everything in life was just going right?sports74.ru
Those days where you feel physically energetic, emotionally aware and in control, passionately motivated towards your goals, creative in your thinking, lovingly present in your relationships, and know that you are truly being the most authentic you in all that you think, feel, say, and do. Those days where a certain sense of balance and peace reside within you. And despite anything or anyone that may have normally disrupted this equilibrium, your mind and body almost effortlessly maintain a space of natural harmony and interconnection with each other and the outside world.
How liberating, right?
Now let me ask you this… did the glorious happenings of that day, however they manifested themselves, continue tomorrow?
…How about the day after that?
Unfortunately for most of us, those beautiful moments of clarity and connection with ourselves and our purpose often slip away during times of stress, trauma, or uncertainty. The challenging and stressful situations of our noisy world do tend to disrupt our balance, having unfavorable effects on our moods, thoughts, and interactions with others.
So then, how do we develop the ability to re-center ourselves during these times? And is there a way for that stability to be maintained in the face of adversity?
It turns out, there is. And interestingly enough, our bodies and our brains actually contain the intuitive wisdom to be in this healthy state of balance. Some call it homeostasis, or a dynamic equilibrium, an optimum equanimity, a sense of inner peace; whatever the terminology, the important part is that our bodies have the desire to heal, and this natural desire can actually be cultivated by our own minds.
But all too often, in an effort to salvage this healthy state/balance, we look externally. We turn to prescription drugs, alcohol, and other numbing substances that work against the body instead of with its natural flow.
What if we could try something else? What if, instead of bombarding our cells with artificial chemicals, we could turn inward and somehow harness the innate craving of our bodies to be in an optimum state of wellness, by using our very own brains?
This has increasingly become possible with an advanced, noninvasive technology called Neurofeedback. Tune in next Wednesday as we take a closer look at this approach and how it can help our minds and bodies regain and maintain an optimal state of balance and health!
Written by: Dr. David Pawsat and Diana Jasser
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