Sometimes your actions astound you
Today you got that email.
While reading each word, your heart beats faster, your head gets hotter, and you simply cannot stop yourself from responding immediately, even though you know you shouldn’t.
Then you dig yourself in deeper
As in a scene from a movie, you watch yourself try to fix the problem, knowing full well you should not be doing this either. With each apology or attempt to explain, the problem gets worse.
A distant voice is telling you to just stop, but you can barely hear it over the sound of your own heartbeat pulsing in your ears as your anger at yourself grows more intense.
We’ve all had that day when we are too triggered by an event to act rationally, later regretting our actions.
We want freedom from this baffling trap. We want response flexibility.
Mindsight author Daniel Siegel explains, “Response flexibility harnesses the power of the middle prefrontal region to put a temporal space between input and action. This ability to pause before responding is an important part of emotional and social intelligence”.
LENS neurofeedback assists in creating response flexibility.
The Intelligence of LENS Neurofeedback
While all neurofeedback is good neurofeedback, FDA-certified LENS neurofeedback is more efficient and provides a deeper healing experience due to its sophisticated, groundbreaking design.
It works not by training your brainwaves, but rather by reading your brainwaves through EEG sensors and feeding them back to you carried on a wisp of electromagnetic energy (a trillion times less impactful than your cellphone), thereby allowing the intelligence of your own brain to heal itself.
A LENS treatment can assist with creating newer, healthier patterns by disrupting old ones. This gives you a boost toward making those changes you are already working on in therapy – both physiologically and mentally.
The entire process takes seconds, and the effects are profound.
The groundbreaking LENS system also has the capability of being applied directly to the body.
When all four sensors are applied directly to the body, they appear to have the ability to turn off pain messaging to the brain, thereby releasing the pain without medication.
And the BodyLENS application can go beyond pain relief, offering some recipients emotional release from old injuries, freedom from jaw-clenching/teeth-grinding, and deep, restorative sleep.
Many practitioners focus solely on utilizing the LENS system on the brain.
My approach leverages the body’s own true wisdom and intelligence to heal the mind.
With the right LENS treatment, we can efficiently move you more quickly toward breakthrough.
To experience the groundbreaking magic of LENS for yourself, call (415) 450-9644.
“After treatment I felt laser-focused, undistracted, and clear-headed, which is very unusual for me. Neurofeedback is helping me be more productive. I’m wasting less time on feeling bad about myself and I love it!” — Natalia
“Neurofeedback is helping with catastrophic thinking and irritability. It clears the fog and shuts down the narratives that can spawn in real life situations. It helps me stay in the zone.” — Bryan
“LENS allows me to think more clearly and has helped with my ADHD.” — Kathryn
“I’ve tried a variety of trauma focused modalities (SE, EMDR), but neurofeedback seems to be the most direct and immediate. I remember after my first session of neurofeedback, there was some deep internal voice that told me that this was exactly what my system needed. And just as important as the effectiveness of the technique is Heidi’s passion for it. It is so refreshing to have a practitioner who cares so much about what she’s doing and shares so authentically in my excitement at the changes we’re seeing each week. I always feel like Heidi knows what direction to go next, which puts my whole system at ease” — Nick
“Last night I slept eight hours straight for the first time in YEARS. Also my resting heart rate (often a barometer of my overall stress level) seems to be coming down. Very encouraging!” — Bryan
Short Documentary on LENS Healing PTSD