Brain Hacking? No Such Thing!
Brain Hacking is a widespread myth trumped up by Silicon Valley types high on Spirit Molecules, Pringles, Red Bull, alkaline water, and 5G chipsets.
According to Adano Ley (Swami Nitty-Gritty) …
“Live in this world but don’t get caught up in the geometry of it. Maya is optical illusion generated by terminology.”
According to Tyler James Wall …
“The brain came long before computers were created. When we move a certain way, there is no code that sends the signal to move an exact way over and over again.”
According to the same source …
“There is no such thing as software. We must dismiss the idea that there is a code for sitting, standing, squatting, and doing any ordinary function.”
Muscles don’t get tight.
The brain gets tight.
Learn how to Body Dowse and see — and FEEL — for yourself.
Have someone count from 1 to 10, and FEEL what happens.
Have someone yawn and stretch, and FEEL what happens.
Have someone stick out their tongue, and FEEL what happens.
Have someone think about a person they don’t like, and FEEL what happens.
What if someone doesn’t know they don’t like a specific person? Body Dowsing will find that too.
According to Moshe Feldenkrais …
“Each individual has the choice to wire himself in a special way.”
Tight muscles? Blame the brain, specifically Cognitive Shocks causing poor neural mapping.
What about fascial scarring? It takes more time for neural remapping.
Mesmerism is an exception to this rule.
Fascial scarring can disappear instantaneously if both the Mesmerizer and the Mesmerized person are Mesmerized.
According to Jodie Krantz …
“Instead of showing you a ‘correct’ way to move, in Feldenkrais, you are guided through movement sequences that help you sense your existing habits more clearly. You then explore a wide variety of new movement options so that you will have more choices. Feldenkrais is not about flexible bodies; it’s about flexible brains.”
According to Adano …
“The electrical frequency of an amputated limb remains after amputation. Stay in alpha to grow an arm or leg back. ‘God of man, create thy cells.'”