Neurofeedback Enhanced Meditation for Beginners and Advanced
NeuroAwakening Daylong Retreat
10 AM - 4 PM, Saturday March 4th, 2017
Echo Rock Neurotherapy, Mill Valley CA 94941
Echo Rock Neurotherapy has been documenting how the brain responds to direct neurofeedback combined with meditation instruction. Numerous case studies show that a few seconds of direct neurofeedback combined with specific awareness practices trigger exactly the pattern of letting go that is described in the earliest Buddhist writings. In other words, neuroscience is validating the brain's predictable pattern of awakening that meditators have observed for millennia. Specific markers of meditation progress can now be seen in real time during the few minutes after neurofeedback, instead of over decades.
Clinicians at Echo Rock Neurotherapy have observed that combining a few seconds of direct neurofeedback with classic meditation exercises produces spontaneous results beyond what either method typically yields by itself. Even more importantly, the results are predictable, enduring, and carry over into daily life:
These rewards are the natural state of a relaxed, spacious mind. When the brain receives specific feedback about how it is wasting energy on regrets and worries, a lifetime of perceived traumas is let go. Awareness settles happily into the present moment.
After all the years I have worked on myself, I am amazed at how quickly I realized such pure presence and enduring peacefulness, both on and off the cushion.
-Leigh Gronet, Landscape Architect
Six years of encouraging individual case studies have laid the groundwork for the first group NeuroAwakening daylong retreat that is open to the public on a limited basis.
This special day includes:
NeuroAwakening gave me the immediate actual experience of freedom from stress that I have always wanted.
-S. Johnson, Systems Engineer, SF
This retreat is especially appropriate for:
The fee to participate is $250. We are offering this retreat to the first 10 people for the discount price of $150.
email GrantRudolph@gmail.com or call (415) 302.4848