Neurosculpting® is a powerful yet simple, 5-step meditation process that can strategically help an individual release the grip of old patterns and entrain their brain to creating new and more supportive patterns, habits and behaviors.
Life Powered by Intention
Neurosculpting Applications are practically endless and an amazing way to facilitate personal and professional growth. From helping to over coming PTSD & Severe Anxiety Issues to Helping to Regain movement after paralyses to improving memory and brain function and overall professional and academic performance. Along with improving relationships and overall satisfaction and contentment with life.
This powerful tool can be used to help you achieve anything that you put your mind to and is an integral part of my coaching methodology. Having the right mind set, consistently, is critical to success... and having the tools and knowledge to better control our thoughts and feelings is a game changer in every aspect of one's life. Schedule a session now to find out how it can work best for you.
NeuroSculpting® Explained In a Nutshell
- Neurosculpting® was developed as a method to support self-directed neuroplasticity, the brain’s ability to transform, through the union of neuroscience and meditation practices to aid in the down-regulation of chronic CNS (Central Nervous System) arousal states.
- Unique to the Neurosculpting® methodology is its methodical structure and intentional whole-brain engagement designed to support the management of stress through specific language, and simultaneously up-regulate focused attention through life practices including brain-specific nutrition.
- Neurosculpting® uses self-directed neuroplasticity to support re-patterning.
- Train your brain with the 5-step Neurosculpting process:
-Step One: Down-regulates hyperactive stress activity and an engagement with parasympathetic response.
-Step Two: Enhances focused attention to support with emotional regulation.
-Step Three: Increases the activity between our analytical self and our intuitive feeling self.
-Step Four: Links somatosensory, bodily sensation-based, engagement to perceptual shifts in patterns.
-Step Five: Enables the user to easily identify and replicate the process in day-to-day activities.