Somehow, lots of experts like Psychologists, Psychiatrists are not comfortable with an idea to be really able to help their patients with simple and basic science, based on brain imaging, neuromodulation or neuroplasticity knowledge.
You will find list of published papers on PsychologyToday.
Our MIND REACTS to every COLOR, VOICE, SOUND, loved one, dissatisfaction. Each of these external stimuli LEADS to a sense of RIPPLING IN THE BRAIN. In the past people used extremely low frequencies to achieve altered states of consciousness. Meditation along with the rhythmic sound of drums, gong therapy, steady flashing lights all transport you into a state of thoughtfulness and transcendence. Even the sound of rolling wheels when riding a train can put us to sleep. Different rhythms of music, a ticking clock, they all have their effects on us. The brain adapts to these external frequencies. We are now able to do this on-command with a little help from Bellabee.
Our brains and bodies run at different speeds depending on what we are doing: while we sleep the frequency is low, as it is when we are relaxed. When concentrating, or when prepped for study or creative thinking, this frequency is higher. Problems arise when, because of upper impact interferences, your brain frequency is not aligned with what you are trying to do or to achieve. We have all experienced how fear and stress inhibit us from thinking clearly and concentrating. Don’t forget what happens to our concentration when we are in love! We may feel great, but we’re in big trouble if we have to concentrate on something other than the object of our affections. In the same way, external electrical frequencies, not aligned with our mind’s frequencies, can disrupt our ability to function as we might like.
When the brain is presented with a rhythmic stimulus, such as a drum beat, for example, the rhythm is reproduced in the brain in the form of these electrical impulses. If the rhythm becomes fast and consistent enough, it can start to resemble the natural internal rhythms of the brain, called brainwaves. When this happens, the brain responds by synchronizing its own electric cycles to the same rhythm. This is commonly called the Frequency Following Response (or FFR).
AREA OF INFLUENCE
The cerebellum (Latin for "little brain") is a region that plays an important role in motor control and is also involved in cognitive functions, such as attention and language and in regulating fear and pleasure responses, though its movement-related functions are the most solidly established. Cognition is the set of all mental abilities and processes related to knowledge: attention, memory and working memory, judgment and evaluation, reasoning and "computation," problem-solving and decision-making, comprehension and the production of language, etc.
The cerebellum is the link between our brains and our hearts, influencing the rhythm of the performance of both organs – their frequencies, depending on the situation we are in.
This is where our mind tells our body: slow down, there is no danger, calm down...or hurry up, we need to be concentrated! Brain frequencies are produced by masses of neurons communicating with each other, changing according to what we are doing or feeling. Different brain frequencies result in different states of mind.
All external stimuli (sound, light, electricity, touch) are on end converted into electromagnetic impulses that are “read” by the body. They are basic information our bodies are driven with.
You can take Bellabee as your personal trainer, digital metronome, suggesting your mind and hearth a speed performance.
Safely, non-invasively, effectively.
Because of that connection, we are able to influence on so many levels.
Sometimes (or most of the time, I am too pushy, trying to explain things in the wrong way, but...I do not want any harm to anyone. On the contrary, I want things to be changed because they can be changed to the better.
Today may be just three links to check:
The first one blogs about cerebellum, written by Christopher Bergland. He is a new age messiah;)
Second, are blogs about specific brain oscillations caused by mental health issues. All of them were published on PsychologyToday.
The third one is, in my opinion, one of the most important papers on Neuromoduality.
If I were a millionaire, I would give Bellabees to all of you for free to test them. But I can't. We are creating everything with our own funds, no investors, VCs, and others.