With NeuroTechnology, we train and exercise the brain to improve the brain's capacity to be flexible (shifting brain states) and at the same time to improve stability (maintain brain states) when necessary. Neurotechnology training can be compared to training with a fitness trainer on a sports team. The trainer assists in conditioning and improving the cardiovascular function, muscular strength, and flexibility of the athlete. After which, presumably, the athlete is better able to participate in a chosen event. The trainer is not so much concerned about what may be ideal or perfect conditioning, but is more interested that the athlete develops to the point of being responsive to the demands of the sport. More specifically, that the athlete develop physical flexibility to do what is dictated by the game, and in addition, obtain the resiliency and stamina to maintain a certain level of performance throughout the event. Granted, just by 'getting in shape', the athlete's innate abilities may surface, but the fine points of the game are the responsibility of the coaches.
Likewise, NeuroTechnology training enhances the brain's ability to produce more energy at certain frequencies, not so much to make it produce more energy, but to train the brain to have the capacity to produce more energy or access useful brain states when the situation dictates. In other words, training the brain to have the ability to access different brain states and respond to the momentary demands without becoming exhausted. NeuroTechnology gets the brain in shape, resulting in the brain being more available to parents and teachers; the student learns how to play the game of life and/or academics. So, in both training the brain and the body, it is resiliency (stability) and the flexibility, which are the hallmarks of performance. In addition, through NeuroTechnology the brain becomes a more efficient consumer of available energy. This energy generally results in students who are more available to take advantage of the educational experience. NeuroTechnology does not necessarily give students the skills but more specifically gives them the ability to be available to learn the skills; that is, being able to change brain states when necessary to take advantage of receiving and integrating sensory stimuli and translating the sensory information into newfound learnings. NeuroTechnology may enable students to get access to resources such as previous learning experiences, which for various reasons may be currently inaccessible.
In summary, NeuroTechnology exercises the brain to improve the brain's ability to shift and to maintain brain states when needed. During the NeuroTechnology training process, we are asking the brain to shift electrical states and to maintain electrical states repeatedly; eventually the person is able to perform as the situation dictates automatically without conscious attention. Each person may function optimally with very different brain wave patterns. What NeuroTechnology does is to improve brain/body function by training the brain to shift and maintain brain/body states of electrical arousal; the result is improved or approaching a higher level of functioning. NeuroTechnology can be viewed as "push - ups for the brain".
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