Carl G. Jung je to lijepo rekao, čovjek ne postaje prosvijetljen zamišljajući svjetlost, već osvjetljavajući tamu. Ta tama su naši ustaljeni obrasci koje ne proživljavamo svjesno, ona je naše poricanje i nijekanje, ona je nedostatak hrabrosti i iskrenosti priznati si istinu. Dok smo u boci, teško je pročitati naljepnicu, no ukoliko se znamo iskreno saslušati ta ista opravdavanja nam mogu ukazati na etiketu koju smo prilijepili na bocu (obrazac ponašanja, uvjerenje).
Living mindfully with Empowered Breathing™ Technique is one of the very best ways that you can transform your life. When people think about meditation they think about sitting in lotus pose and clearing your mind for extended periods of time. Mindfulness with Empowered Breathing™ Technique is awesome because it is about becoming fully present in this moment and becoming fully aware of your senses, thoughts, and emotions.
One of the most incredible parts of Empowered Breathing™ Technique is that you can make it a part of nearly everything you do in everyday life. When you fully become present you tap into what appears to others as super powers. You don’t miss the subtle happenings around you and can better anticipate future events.
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Zvukoterapija je vrsta tretmana u kojem se pomoću vibracije zvuka otkrivaju i otklanjaju energetske, fizičke i psihičke blokade.
The Neuro-Programmer uses sound and light to directly affect the brain through a complex neural process called Brainwave Entrainment. Brainwave Entrainment (pronounced: “ehn – TRAIN – mint”) refers to the brain’s electrical response to rhythmic sensory stimulation, such as pulses of sound or light.
When the brain is given a stimulus, through the ears, eyes or other senses, it emits an electrical charge in response, called a Cortical Evoked Response. These electrical responses travel throughout the brain to become what you “see and hear.” This activity can be measured using sensitive electrodes attached to the scalp.
The human brain is a network of approximately one hundred billion neurons. Different experiences create different neural connections which bring about different emotions. And depending on which neurons get stimulated, certain connections become stronger and more efficient, while others may become weaker. This is what’s called neuroplasticity.
Someone who trains to be a musician will create stronger neural connections that link the two hemispheres of the brain in order to be musically creative. Eventually every sort of skill or talent can be created.
We can feel it when we turn on the radio and our favorite song happens to be playing, or when we sit quietly and listen to the rain. There is a palpable peace when we are absorbed in quiet and a different kind of rejuvenation when we hear the wind in the trees. There is no doubt that sound has subtle, but profound effects on our body, minds and spirits. How exactly does sound work, though, to heal us?
“At the root of all power and motion, there is music and rhythm, the play of patterned frequencies against the matrix of time. We know that every particle in the physical universe takes its characteristics from the pitch and pattern and overtones of its particular frequencies, its singing. Before we make music, music makes us.”
~ Joachim-Ernst Berendt, The World is Sound