What is really happening while you train your brain at @verussystemstherapy
This infographic shows how electroencephalography (EEG) neurofeedback therapy trains your brain waves using positive and negative feedback. This feedback can be visual or audio, and training can be done by playing a game or watching a video!
Доброе субботнее утро!☀️
Наконец-то я добралась до этой книги!🙃
Эффективность тренажера я поняла проходя ещё самый первый, поэтому сразу же купила расширенную версию.
А что вы делаете утром в субботу?😉
When you’ve had a full day or a full and complicated week, what do you do to relax and take care of you?
How do you bring yourself back to the present and reflect on all the amazing things God has provided?
That was my struggle this past week. I got so caught yup in my head with everything going on with my fur babies and certain changes with in me that I let my thoughts get away from me.
Last night I finally decided I need to get my mind right and take a step back. I fixed me a hot bath with my favorite bath salt & essential oils. I lit a candle, dimmed the lights and had some quiet time to just pray and thank God for abundant life he has provided. I also took some time to feed my brain something encouraging and useful.
#braintraining #takecareofyou #selflove #healthybody #healthymind #Godisamazing
"Everyone's got a plan til they get punched in the (face) mouth....." Mike Tyson👊 Yup, life sure can pack a 👊
As a #systems
advocate I can't emphasize the importance of taking a good good look at yourself, punched😉
Your wounds are your experience. But what if you helped pack that punch ?
Kids get caught over n over again between parents, cultural systems, courts, school politics.....
As we head out for #schoolsupplies #afterschool
let's give our kids an opportunity to thrive by first showing them how it's done:
👊Own your shitz.
👊Do the work.
.....are all on the rise amongst our youth. Its NOT all chemical.Its NOT all down to the individual child. .
This summer my ex hub n I after years of successful co parenting committed to #braintraining
our kids. .
Their scars can be healed for the longterm through #neurofeedback
🧠. When the brain is normalized through #braintraining
and #emotional #performance
👊They are not inseparable. How we reason impacts our emotional engagement and how we process information cognitively impacts our emotional engagement. .
👊Braintraining restores balance to both aspects; emotional AND cognitive. .
👊Your brainmap 🧠 has infact been proven to affect the brainmaps of those close to you! If they are within 14ft of you know that your brainwaves travelling at varying speeds, are infact impacting those nearest to you.
I am always finding was to improve the client experience and increase engagement to improve results. My partnership with @spire.io
allows me to work with teams and individuals and improve their preformqnce through regular feedback. More info in my #biolink
I am moving slow today. How is your day going?
Have you ever had moderate to high levels of stress or anxiety for an extended period of time? Did you have an increase in health issues, pain or other symptoms during or after that time? If our nervous system is in fight or flight mode on an ongoing basis, or body will start to struggle because it cannot support that state all the time. Your best approach is to work on reducing stress and anxiety, and then the body will readjust according to your new relaxed state.
"It's your choice" game
Don't touch ^^
In the early stages of change, progress is largely a mental game. So, how do you program your brain to stay calm during periods of discomfort (both physically and mentally) in order to make the progress you’re after?
Whether its to jog that little bit further, to try out a new food, start a new sport etc. There will likely be some resistance to making change if you haven’t practiced being out of your comfort zone before.
If you’ve never pushed yourself to your limits, then you’ll never truly know what you’re capable of.
So by training your brain to be tough, you'll be more likely to make decisions which lead to you ‘getting out of your comfort zone’ where the change is then made.
Heres two things that you can try to help you build your mental toughness. Both will have you end up talking to yourself saying "OK!! that’s enough, stop now". This will be a natural response to the discomfort it brings.
1) Practice a basic wall-sit. This is a physical challenge but usually limited by the mental capacity to tolerate discomfort. If you can practice keeping calm and working through the discomfort you can start to build your mental toughness.
How long can you hold it for? I know this is largely leg endurance here but I challenge you to go for as long as you can in the position and when you think you can’t do any more, add 10 seconds!....... Well done, you’ve just created a little win for your mental toughness and were truly outside your comfort zone for those 10 seconds.
2) Cold showers……. Ok stop what you’re thinking right there!! “Oh but I reeeaaallly hate the cold”. EVERYONE hates cold showers. It’s because it makes you really UNCOMFORTABLE, but you’re not gonna die! The key here is being able to talk to yourself while being uncomfortable.
So have your next shower as normal but at the end turn the setting to the coldest it goes & you stand under it for as long as you can. Try go a little longer each time. You’ll notice you’ll develop a little script that you say to yourself to keep yourself going longer. This is good, you need to be in your own corner here!
Practice both of these I guarantee you, you’ll be more likely to step outside your comfort zone more often.
A lot of people went out and read the Talent Code and decided that to play like Tiger they gotta hit a thousands balls a day. •
This couldn’t be further from the truth •
Just hitting balls is a surefire way to stagnate if not get worse altogether. •
A better approach is to actually set a goal and focus for each time you are on the range. •
Do I want to drop it 3 feet left of the pin?
Do I want to have better balance on my follow through?
Do I want to get better wrist supination on my left arm on each shot?
Don’t practice mindlessly. •
The only reps worth counting are the ones that count.
Breathing, acupressuremat and meditation. Speed Cards in 37, 35, 35, 37, 40, 41, 43, 39, 45 and 40 seconds, in total 26 minutes. 1 Deck of cards on a chessboard 8 minutes. Gin Rummy 22 minutes. 2 Decks of cards, 10 missing cards (13 cluster) 21 minutes. Blindfold chess 5 minutes. Blue blockers, breathing, cold shower, acupressuremat, coldexposure, meditation and sleep.
Mind expanding #podcast
today with @superlifeliving
a world renowned exotic superfood expert, supplement formulation expert, a superfood hunter, and environmental activist who has spent over 20 years traveling the globe in search of nutrient dense foods that will help to heal the human body. Darin is the author of 📚 SuperLife: The 5 Simple Fixes That Will Make You Healthy, Fit, and Eternally Awesome.
Most recently he has founded a company called @eatbarukas
a health product made from a super nut 🥜 in Brazil. He is a modern day wellness warrior who emotionally, energetically, financially, and spiritually is connected to helping humans thrive and supporting indigenous cultures and is a leading voice in our wellness world. Stay tuned for the upcoming episode!
The rock at Ten Sleep was beyond inspiring! This crag is called Tilt-a-wall and a had a beautiful variety of challenges.
Coming from thin granite slab in Boulder Canyon to to overhanging pocket pulling on limestone that the Sleep provides was a learning curve for sure.
One of the greatest things I learned about myself as a climber is that my strength, beyond physical, is my willingness to fall.
I worked and 11b here on lead with a Crux below the third bolt. It was heady and challenging and I fell on it several times trying to find the right sequence for my feet. -
Eventually I put it together and it was an incredible feeling to finally overcome the challenge. Often I feel it's more rewarding to try hard, fail, try hard, fail, and then finally succeed. On sights and easy sends are rarely as memorable. -
Taking the risk and carrying on actually prepares the brain on a nuerochemical level to take on greater challenges in the future! Science! Failure is the greatest preparation for success!
Where in life have you been willing to fall?
Did it lead to the goal you had in mind?
How has getting your feet under you first served your ability to advance?
Bit of a weird post from me, Brochan. But I wanted to say that, amongst many other wonderful things, one of the best things @clare_marika
had me do was write down some things to ease anxiety and motivate me in the build-up and during the race. So from left to right: the first few kept me from spazzing out. To remind me I’d done everything I could and to control the things I could control and let go of the things I couldn’t. (Like the swim being canned maybe) 🤔 The middle ones kept me checking off the nutrition and pacing in an 8 hour long race. And the last one was for the last lap! 😠 Seemed to work! 😘#braintraining #triathlon #ironman #motivation #mantra #hamburg #roadtokona #worldchampionships
Breathing, acupressuremat, green tea, cold shower, coffee and meditation. 1 Deck of cards, order and 10 missing cards (numbers in 52 loci), 10/10 in 6:04, in total 9:31. 1 Deck of cards, order and 10 missing cards (journey/4 loci), 10/10 in 6:10, in total 7:52. Numbers (link) 10 minutes. Mental calculation: 133791×715674 during 2km swim. Coffee and meditation. Speed Cards in 36, 34, 41, 37, 40, 39, 38, 37, 37 and 35 seconds, in total 27 minutes.
Jotting down thoughts helps clear your mind & record your feelings. The latter is useful in case you ever need to refer back to them to make an important decision.