Tapping Cortices for Cognitive Dysfunction ?
Hi Christopher, Hi Everybody,
Thanks everybody for your tips. I found them to be very interesting and helpful.
For me, the better I can control the amount of stimulation I'm dealing with, the better my cognitive function. I've found many things to be helpful in this regard. Taking breaks, taking naps, doing polarity (energetic) techniques, alpha stim microcurrent therapy, etc.
There was a thread here a couple months ago by Kelly (username kolowesi) on balancing your cortices. She posted a link to the bodytalk website, which starts out with the following:
How to "Tap Out" your Cortices
We feel that the simple Cortices Technique, one of the core techniques of the BodyTalk System, and the BodyTalk Access program, is so powerful that we want to share it with everyone.
In this short video, Dr. John Veltheim, Founder of the BodyTalk System describes and demonstrates the Cortices Technique - which balances the left and right hemispheres of the brain, and general brain function.
The IBA believes that everyone should be able to balance the cortices; their results can be immediate and profound in restoring healthy balance.
I have found it to be very helpful, and find myself doing it every few hours or so. BTW, it's easy to do and only takes about a minute.
Thanks again for all your tips!
ETA Kelly's original thread: BodyTalk Balance Your Cortices in 1 minute
-- Thanks Kelly!