While both genetics and environment play a role in our response to circumstances, the experience of emotional or physical trauma often triggers the onset of brain imbalance. The primary control unit for our bodies and our consciousness lies within our brains. Overall health of our body and our consciousness follows the health of our brain.
The volume of information (stimuli) coming into our urbanized brains has increased thousands of times in the last 50 years, This means the brain of an average person 50 years of age, is receiving thousands of pieces of information more than it did when they were born. The human brain will eventually evolve, building sufficient filters to deal with this amount of stimuli. Until then, we have to rebalance our brains on our own. Brain Dynamics of Cuenca, Ecuador provides you with the tools to accomplish this.
Any time that the brain perceives its survival being threatened (by correct or incorrect perception), trauma is the result. For example, if someone runs a red light and crashes into your car, BANG – most likely you will experience a trauma to your central nervous system… In general, difficult personal situations such as a divorce, loss of job, or death in the family can be traumatic. By contrast, we can only imagine what many kinds of trauma a soldier experiences in a single day of battle.
As traumas stack up during our life journey, a single additional trauma may be the proverbial straw that breaks the camel’s back! The brain then falls into an imbalanced state, based on neural-networks, which were created for the brain to protect itself and to survive. Additional trauma created by circumstance can make existing traumatic effects that have already stacked up, much worse. After living in life-threatening situations day after day, it is no wonder that our veterans suffer from trauma-related Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).
In the last few years, the Veterans’ Administration (VA) has reported a tenfold increase in PTSD cases. According to the VA, more than 37,000 Vets returning from Iraq and Afghanistan are suffering from mental health disorders. More than 16,000 have already been diagnosed with PTSD.
Brain Dynamics Cuenca, Ecuador an affiliate of Brain State Technologies™, Scottsdale, Arizona, provides returning vets with a welcome resolution: To create positive life change, by overcoming PTSD symptoms, including anxiety, depression, flashbacks, difficulty sleeping, and self-medication with chemical/alcohol dependency, within a period of a few weeks.
Now, even traumatized service veterans can live a more normal life. Similarly, artists can tap into realms of creativity when they want to do so. Company chief executive officers can lead and manage by using consistently positive and creative leadership skills. Golfers can improve concentration and guide the club smoothly into the ball. All of this is possible based on the creation of new neural-networks and a new consciousness, achieved by optimizing brain functions.
Every brain, like every person, is unique, yet the consciousness of humans includes common realms – physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual. Each of these realms is an arena for Brainwave Optimization (BWO), an advanced process that balances and harmonizes the entire brain. The focus is not on a symptom or diagnosis, but on balancing, harmonizing, and synchronizing the control center for the whole person. BWO is individually tailored, involving the collection of brain activity characteristics, and producing an individualized training plan. Our cutting-edge training sessions help clients achieve optimal results in a relatively brief time with individualized training plans.
An assessment of all neo-cortical functions determines the brain wave configurations necessary to achieve optimization objectives. Brain activity is based on cells called neurons that interact and connect with each other forming groups or neural-networks, which create electromagnetic energy. This energy is captured and observed as brain waves with EEG amplifier and computer. At the same time, the client confirms their goals and medical history. With all of this information, an initial training plan is established.
The BWO process involves computer translation of brain electrical activity into sounds and real-time visual images. The sounds mimic the real time patterns of brain function, and vary by note and volume based on how the brain is functioning or needs to function. Brain functions ease, promoting changes through deep relaxation, creating new connections and pathways. . Old patterns dissolve. BWO encourages balanced and harmonized brain activity while discouraging overactive and unstable activity. As a result, the brain begins to function in optimized patterns.
Contact BRAIN DYNAMICS CUENCA, Dr. Kelly Randolph Bennett, or Mrs. Charlie Romney-Brown at BrainDynamics2@gmail.com or 096 824 1884.