As a guide for learning to live a self-motivated life, as a tool for noticing how we create our own reality, this basic concept of cause (authority) and effect (responsibility) is a powerful force in our lives.
The following is not to be construed as research protocol for brainwave training and monitoring of psychophysiological correlates. Rather it is an informal discussion of some of the concepts and underlying principles involved in these efforts. A study of the terrain excites the imagination and the purpose of this paper is to excite others with the view. The implications are profound. Hopefully, we can contribute something to their investigation.
Mark Douglas is president of Trading Behavior Dynamics, Inc., a Chicago-based consulting firm that works with individual traders, certified trading advisers, banks, and brokerage firms internationally. He has written a best-selling book within the trading community titled The Disciplined Trader: Developing Winning Attitudes, and uses Hemi-Sync as part of a popular workshop for traders.
Certain types of alternative medicine that involve subtle or very low intensity nonmaterial stimuli are popularly known as energy medicine. Examples are healer interventions, homeopathy, electromagnetic (EM) therapies, and possibly acupuncture. Although clinical and fundamental research on these modalities exists, they remain outside the mainstream because they challenge the dominant biomedical paradigm by defying conventional scientific explanation.
"Since 1990 and the beginning of my adventures with the Institute, I’ve been in a progressive learning experience about what is “love.” I want to share in this article my experiences and how they are related with the Hemi-Sync programs, for me."
After reading Bob Monroe’s trilogy, Lynn traveled to the United States to attend the GATEWAY VOYAGE®. During the program, she had a dramatic meeting in which she consoled her late mother who was still grieving for her deceased husband at the Focus 27 Healing Center.
Mohammad Sadigh is assistant director of psychology and psychophysiological services at the Gateway Institute, a center for pain and stress management. He practices psychotherapy and biofeedback and is in charge of the neuropsychological laboratory.
"I interviewed Ms. Warren the following year (2005). It was to have been a part of a book project entitled Hogwarts for Real. The book project never saw the light of day, but I saved the tapes of those whom I interviewed. I am glad I did. Ms. Warren had much to say about TMI, Bob Monroe, and her experiences and life—with her husband, Martin—at the research lab and living on the New Land. I’m happy to be able to share some excerpts from that interview with TMI members now.