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Dr. Erik Peper’s study and paper “Seeing is Believing” quantifies and qualifies the response to learned biofeedback efforts. Simply, when you, or a client/patient can take a doubt, or even a trusted theory, apply it via a feedback mechanism and get a quantifiable, tested result — you create a new belief and perspective. From his […]
If a Naval Admiral can learn from his ‘brain fog’, what can you apply to make better decisions every day?
Biofeedback Training for Executives, Athletes and Performers enhances Top 10 Outcomes linked to Success. Biofeedback Training can be an effective, inexpensive method of attaining greater attention control in just 10 minutes per day of practice. What if you could get these 10 Proven Outcomes from 10 minutes of interactive, enjoyable biofeedback mindpower exercise? Decision making […]
The Brain Train Coach quick notes on Willpower Ted Talk by Kelly McGonigal The Science of Willpower The Stanford researcher and professor, Mcgonigal, teaches a class on the Science of Willpower. Here she relates a brief research history on the addictive centers of the brain with a view towards how we use willpower to battle […]
Top Biofeedback Books for Professionals Here are the top 3 on the reading list of Biofeedback books for Professional Therapists, Coaches and Counselors. Simply, they offer the best information in three different frameworks. These books are also recommended by the most influential practitioners and researchers in the Biofeedback Community: they are the ‘gold standard’. 1. […]
Learning is quite different from education. While education stops when you stop attending school or college, learning is a continual process. We continue to learn new things until the end of our lives. The human brain has always been a topic of great interest and the medical fraternity has been craving to crack the mystery […]