[Neuroscience] Re: Mastering The Elusive Theta State

Dirk Bruere at Neopax dirk at neopax.com
Sun Jun 26 10:31:01 EST 2005


Ron Hubbard wrote:

> "Dirk Bruere at Neopax" <dirk at neopax.com> wrote in message
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>>Ron Hubbard wrote:
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>>>"Dirk Bruere at Neopax" <dirk at neopax.com> wrote in message
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>>>>Ron Hubbard wrote:
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>>>>>"Dirk Bruere at Neopax" <dirk at neopax.com> wrote in message
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>>>>>>Ron Hubbard wrote:
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>>>>>>>Anybody here with any experience in neurology? I've been trying to master 7
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>>>Hz
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>>>>>>>theta through biofeedback, but I can't seem to hold it for no more than a
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> few
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>>>>>>>days. Does anyone
>>>>>>>have any clue as to why this is?
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>>>>>>Why not use a binaural tone to help maintain it?
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>>>>>I've tried that as well as using the WaveRider Jr. biofeedback unit to get
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>>>there.
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>>>>>But the best I can hold onto this state is a couple of days. As much as I
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>>>practice
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>>>>>at it, I should be able to enter it whenever I want to unless there's
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>>>something I
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>>>>>don't understand.
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>>>>It's not a natural everyday 'doing your job' brain state.
>>>>For example, anything exciting will push your brain into alpha or beta.
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>>>I know it's not natural-- well, it is for me when I get either very angry or
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> very
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>>>bored-- but the purpose of biofeedback is to be able to enter any brainwave
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> state
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>>>or influence the body under conscious control. people who meditate for twenty
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> or
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>>>thirty years can do it, but I don't have the time or patience to meditate that
>>>long. And getting violently angry just to reach such a brainwave state is bad
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> for
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>>>one's health.
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>>Why do you want this brainwave state?
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> 
> I don't think you'd believe me if I told you. Have you ever heard the expression
> "wild talents" used before?

Yes.
I'm also familiar with the Munroe Inst training methods.

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Dirk

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