Strengthening, balancing, and stabilising the nervous system is the physical basis for any path of spiritual or self-development; for millennia it has stood at the core of every major religion and spiritual practice the world over. By freeing ourselves of extraneous thoughts and developing our full capacities, we expand our awareness.
Opening this inner clarity transforms our experience to create a better human being – more compassionate, selfless, with greater calmness and equanimity, closer to the intrinsic Self that defines us as a particular person.
This principle of a balanced mind underlies all our neurofeedback work.
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.
"... with neurotherapy (neurofeedback) we are compressing time, and, in less than 2 months, achieving results that adepts such as yogis experience only after many years of meditating."
Nancy White PhD. Clinical Psychologist.
'The faculty of voluntarily bringing back a wandering attention, over and over again, is the very root of judgment, character and will...An education which should improve this faculty would be the education par excellence'
William James (1842-1910)