Meditation Reduces Inflammation Markers

Mindfulness meditation techniques designed to reduce emotional reactivity also reduce inflammatory responses and might be useful in chronic inflammatory conditions such as rheumatoid arthritis, psoriasis, inflammatory bowel disease, and asthma, according to a small sample study from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

In an article published in the January 2013 issue of Brain, Behavior, and Immunity, the authors present a comparison between an 8-week mindfulness-based stress reduction program and an 8-week active control health enhancement program that included walking, balance, agility, core strength, nutritional education, and music therapy.

The two groups had similar levels of stress-evoked cortisol response and similar reductions in psychological distress, but the group trained in mindfulness-based stress reduction had significantly smaller inflammatory responses.

This is good news. I can also add it to the benefits claimed for Mind Mastery techniques and the LOVE-GRATITIDE-and-FORGIVENESS CD I just created and which is proving such a hit.


The researchers also demonstrated benefit in chronic pain control. That’s something where brain integration technology even exceeds just plain meditation techniques.

In fact, I did a track on “white light” pain control, coupled with binaural beats and flashing lights (photic driving) for the brilliant Master Key, from New Reality.

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The Power Of Electro-Nutrition For The Brain

We know to take omega-3s, B complex, iodine and other good stuff for brain health. We take vinpocetine and gingko to stave off memory decay and aging. Vital nutrients for the brain preserve our faculties and also enhance our moods.

But don’t forget that the brain is also a finely tuned electrical organ; its wires run everywhere in our bodies. Nourishing the brain therefore means also electrical harmony. I call this electronic nutrition!

If you’ve not yet learned about massive progress in brain entrainment and integration, you have some catching up to do.

These days we don’t think of “right brain” and “left brain”, so much as whole integrated brain. It’s one organ; not two organs! We function far better when the two sides are balanced and working in harmony. Neither is better than the other, in any sense.

In recent years advanced electronic equipment has enabled us to explore the way our brain works and how it resonates energetically. The use of binaural beats allows us to change brainwave frequency and also to balance up the two sides.

Add to that the phenomenon of frequency following or “flicker following”—the use of synchronous flashing lights to alter brain frequencies—and we now have some pretty powerful tools to persuade the human brain to work better.

We can create deeply relaxing states at will. It’s not spooky or synthetic. In fact, after years of research into this, I can tell you our brains just LOVE it! Continue reading

Change Your Playlist, Change Your Life

Playlist is a neologism (new word) from the era of mp3 electronic music players. It refers to a sequence of tracks selected from amongst available music, that are grouped together as a listener choice. This is not the same as an album, where the associated tracks are chosen by the music publisher or the artist concerned.

Thus a personal playlist can include Beatles, along with Beethoven, if desired. There are no restrictions. Imagination and taste is the only guide.

Now a new book has pointed out that by choosing your playlist tracks carefully, your music can have an enormous benefit on your moods, efficiency and energy.

The book is called Your Playlist Can Change Your Life by Galina Mindlin, MD, assistant clinical professor of psychiatry at Columbia University, and founder of Brain Music Therapy; Don DuRousseau, founder of Human Bionics; and Joseph Cardillo, a top-selling author in holistic psychology and mind-body medicine.

The authors argue that music’s benefits hold for everyone and that if we queue up our tunes with care they’ll lift our mood, reduce anxiety, raise motivation, help us work out better and even fight off depression and insomnia.

Like sex, drugs or really good food, music causes the brain to release dopamine, a brain feel-good chemical. Choose your tracks carefully and you really can control your mood. Continue reading

Rapid Powerful Brain Entrainment Brings Mind Power

This is without doubt in my mind the number one brain entrainment device in the world. This new variant is just awesome! You can dial in sleep, dial in relaxation, dial in wake up and more. All while listening to your favorite visualizations, like Journey to Avalon, Contact With Gaia, Journey to Atlantis etc.

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