Planet Thrive blogger T-Can shares more of the brain retraining techniques he used to push his 60% recovery from chemical sensitivity to 100%, in about two weeks time.
In two weeks time, by using these techniques I’ve gone from being about 60% better to pushing on 100% cured.
Planet Thrive member “Writing Girl” shares all the ways she feels brain retraining has helped her lyme disease symptoms.
Brain dos and brain don’ts for optimizing brain function and breaking bad brain habits, from a nationally recognized expert on the relationship between the brain and behavior.
To all extents and purposes it appears, while not 100% better, I now have the freedom to go wherever I want, whenever I want, without always worrying about what’s going to happen to me.
Using EFT, brain retraining exercises, deep creative visualization, and a drastic reduction of EMF exposure, I have managed to make serious headway on healing my severe fabric sensitivity.
I recently posted a list of 25 Things to Focus On While Brain Retraining, compiled by members of Planet Thrive’s Gupta Support Group. This is their companion list of things to avoid when retraining the brain.
Members of the Planet Thrive Gupta Support Group have compiled a fantastic list of “Things to Focus On While Retraining the Brain” that I’d like to share with others interested in the program.
Chemical sensitivity, chronic fatigue syndrome, fibromyalgia, post traumatic stress syndrome, and electrical sensitivity are all part of a class of limbic system impairment disorders, according to Annie Hopper.
An introduction to the practical aspects of the Gupta Amygdala Retraining™ Programme for those who are waiting to receive the package, or who could benefit from a brief overview.
A deeper look into an autism brain therapy program to see how we can apply similar exercises to environmental illness recovery programs.
There is a pretty hefty theory out there that there is a cluster of acquired neurotoxic injuries that can be treated, at least in part, by rewiring around the damaged part of the brain.