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Making your Brain more receptive

As mentioned above, the adult brain is very resistant to change of any kind, partly because the waking mental state we adults enjoy does not allow access to the deeper subconscious mechanisms of the mind. The goal of the brainwave stimulation in This Program is to bring the mind to a receptive brainwave state, similar to the state induced during hypnosis - providing an ideal mental platform for self programming and psychological change.

According to Psychologist Ernest Lawrence Rossi, the brain's Limbic System works to convert words, feelings, thoughts, beliefs and visualizations into a language that the body can understand. Rossi also noted that less than 35% of the population is hypnotizable. The rest of the population has trouble reaching a state of receptivity without added stimulation, such as what This Program provides.

In a study called The Case for Alpha-Theta: A Dynamic Hemispheric Asymmetry Model, Thomas Budzynski, Ph.D., noted "At the low end of the arousal continuum, images and/or verbal suggestions are processed without the full effect of the critical screening, and therefore, are more likely to be accepted and acted upon."

A study was done by Felipe at Yale University where attitude changing suggestions were given to subjects during different mental states. Only during drowsiness or sleep did the suggestions have any significant effect. During alert, waking states and deeper sleep stages, the suggestions had little to no effect on attitude and, therefore, little effect on behavior.

Henry Adams, Ph.D., of NIMH and head of the alcoholism programs at St. Elizabeth's Hospital in Washington, found that alcoholics showed a 55% decrease in alcohol consumption after a single session combined with a brief anti-alcohol suggestion.

Dr. Roman Chrucky, Medical Director of the North New Jersey Development Center, found that the entrainment had a strong tranquilizing effect that enhanced hypnotic induction and "suggestibility" in general.

The study EEG Patterns Associated with High Hypnotizability, conducted by D. Corydon Hammond, Ph.D., suggests a very specific brainwave pattern associated with high levels of Hypnotizability. Using This Program sessions, you can help your brain reach these essential brainwave patterns.