13 04, 2019

New Measurements, New Possibilities: Part II.

2019-04-13T00:20:01+00:00

At the end of Part I, I mentioned that when the neocortex becomes suppressed, the brain moves into a theta brainwave state, and as a result, this causes an increase of energy in the limbic brain. The limbic brain is the seat of the autonomic nervous system (the brain’s automatic self-regulatory system) and the part of the brain where the pineal gland is located. This is the region of the brain that receives information not through the senses, but like a radio receiver, in the form of frequency. The brain scans we are recording when some of our students are [...]

New Measurements, New Possibilities: Part II.2019-04-13T00:20:01+00:00
23 08, 2017

What’s the Gray in our Gray Matter?

2017-08-23T15:43:53+00:00

When we lose our curiosity and get caught in the same patterns of thinking and feeling—whether we’re talking about the brain, the body, or even reality—we tend to think what we know is what is. But as human beings make new discoveries and realize we don’t know everything, our construct of understanding causes us to think differently, and as a result, we change our scientific model. Such is the case with new research coming out of the Salk Institute and the University of California San Diego. We’ve known for some time that brain cells that store and process information are [...]

What’s the Gray in our Gray Matter?2017-08-23T15:43:53+00:00