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BrainicityTM Brain Biofield Therapy
Make Your Brain Happy




Benefits

BrainictyTM Brain Biofield Therapy uses Integrated Harmonic Wave Audio Patterns to:
  • Reduce Stress and Anxiety
  • Reduce Attention Deficit
  • Reduce Headaches
  • Reduce Phobias
  • Reduce P.T.S.D.
  • Help with Epilepsy
  • Increase Cognitive Function
  • Get Better Sleep
  • Increase Performance


Description

The heart produces electromagnetic signals, which may be called electrocardiography (ECG) or the heart biofield. The brain produces electromagnetic signals, which may be called electroencephalography (EEG) or the brain biofield. The brain produces an erratic biofield that can be deciphered. Brain waves are classified by frequencies as Delta, Theta, Alpha, and Beta waves. Delta (0.5 Hz to 4 Hz) is seen normally in slow wave sleep. Theta (4 Hz to 8 Hz) is seen in drowsiness, meditation, and creative states. Alpha (5 Hz to 12 Hz) emerges with closing of the eyes and with relaxation, and attenuates with eye opening or mental exertion. Beta (12 Hz to 30 Hz) is associated with active, busy or anxious thinking and active concentration.

BrainicityTM uses integrated harmonic wave audio patterns to facilitate multiple brain biofield resonances. A sine wave would produce an infinite number of even harmonics. A square wave would produce an infinite number of odd harmonics. Too many harmonics can cause the brain to be overwhelmed because it has a limit of how much information can be processed at a given time resulting in the brain ignoring the inputs. Too little harmonics will not be effective. An integrated wave will produce a limited number of harmonics, which can be interpreted by the brain.

Resonance occurs when the frequency of a periodic waveform is in phase with an external periodic waveform of equal or almost equal frequency to the internal frequency. This causes the system to oscillate with a larger amplitude than the force applied at other frequencies. Waveforms in the frequency range of 0.5 to 20 hertz are below the human hearing range. In order for the brain to be able to sense brain wave frequencies it cannot hear, the difference between two frequencies within the human hearing range is used to produce a third frequency within the brain wave frequencies (brain biofield). Then, that resulting complex pattern of waveforms are set to achieve multiple resonances with the brain's own waves.

In a clinical study, the BrainictyTM system caused an immediate increase in alpha brain waves.

The BrainicityTM system is designed to be used with speakers or headphones. It also includes a musical background to make the experience more pleasurable.


New Discoveries of Brain Communication

Discovering a new form of communication in the brain

Published on February. 25, 2019 (from The Daily 2/25/2019 - Case Western Reserve University)
Click for link to paper

Until now, there were three known ways that neurons "talk" to each other in the brain: via synaptic transmission, axonal transmission and what are known as "gap junctions" between the neurons.

Scientists have also known, however, that when many neurons fire together they generate weak electric fields that can be recorded with the electroencephalogram (EEG). But these fields were thought to be too small to contribute to neural activity.

These new experiments in Durand's laboratory, however, have shown that not only can these fields excite cells, but that they can produce electric fields of their own and generate a self-propagating wave of activity.

This newly found form of communication was discovered while scientists at Case Western Reserve were analyzing the propagation mechanism of relatively fast brain waves similar to those generated when we sleep. They call it ephaptic (or electric) coupling, a reference to the known and observed low-level electric field in the brain-but now believed to also be capable of generating neural activity.


Slow periodic activity in the longitudinal hippocampal slice can self-propagate non-synaptically by a mechanism consistent with ephaptic coupling

Chia-Chu Chiang Rajat S. Shivacharan Xile Wei Luis E. Gonzalez-Reyes Dominique M. Durand

First published: 08 October 2018 https://doi.org/10.1113/JP276904 Cited by: 1
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Abstract
Slow oscillations are a standard feature observed in the cortex and the hippocampus during slow wave sleep. Slow oscillations are characterized by low-frequency periodic activity (<1 Hz) and are thought to be related to memory consolidation. These waves are assumed to be a reflection of the underlying neural activity, but it is not known if they can, by themselves, be self-sustained and propagate. Previous studies have shown that slow periodic activity can be reproduced in the in vitro preparation to mimic in vivo slow oscillations. Slow periodic activity can propagate with speeds around 0.1 m s-1 and be modulated by weak electric fields. In the present study, we show that slow periodic activity in the longitudinal hippocampal slice is a self-regenerating wave which can propagate with and without chemical or electrical synaptic transmission at the same speeds. We also show that applying local extracellular electric fields can modulate or even block the propagation of this wave in both in silico and in vitro models. Our results support the notion that ephaptic coupling plays a significant role in the propagation of the slow hippocampal periodic activity. Moreover, these results indicate that a neural network can give rise to sustained self‐propagating waves by ephaptic coupling, suggesting a novel propagation mechanism for neural activity under normal physiological conditions.



It is Simple to Use

Listen to one track just before bedtime for a good nights sleep.
Dim the lights.
Then, just sit back and relax for 21 minutes.


Order the BrainicityTM Brain Biofield Therapy - E.L.F. Part 1



Track 1 - C2 Scale, E.L.F. 1 (21 minutes)
Track 2 - C3 Scale, E.L.F. 1 (21 minutes)
Track 3 - C4 Scale, E.L.F. 1 (21 minutes)

Designed to be used with speakers or headphones. it also includes a musical background to make the experience more pleasurable.

CDs and MP3s can be used with speakers or headphones. MP3s can be played with a phone, tablet, or computer.

Click here to order the CD from Amazon.com

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Order the BrainicityTM Brain Biofield Therapy - E.L.F. Part 2



Track 1 - C2 Scale, E.L.F. 2 (21 minutes)
Track 2 - C3 Scale, E.L.F. 2 (21 minutes)
Track 3 - C4 Scale, E.L.F. 2 (21 minutes)

Designed to be used with speakers or headphones. it also includes a musical background to make the experience more pleasurable.

CDs and MP3s can be used with speakers or headphones. MP3s can be played with a phone, tablet, or computer.

Click here to order the CD from Amazon.com

Click here to order the MP3 Set from Payloadz


Sample

BrainicityTM ELF 1 C2 Sample (30 seconds)


BrainictyTM (NeuroPath2) Efficacy Study 2015-2016

There was a 51% decrease in anxiety, 36% increase in ability to sleep, 34% increase in ability to remember dreams, 43% reduction in pain, 35% increase in ability to cope with stress, and 41% increase in ability to focus. There was a positive effect after treatment in all parameters. There were no foreseeable adverse side effects that can be imagined or were experienced in this study.

BrainicityTM was formerly known as "NeuroPath," which has gone through several stages of evolution.


Comparison of Typical EEG Waveforms







EEGs of subjects were measured while they are alert, during rest, and during NeuroPath sessions. The waveforms above are from a typical subject in the study. Note the increase in alpha wave activity during the NeuroPath session.

Delta is seen normally in slow wave sleep.

Theta is seen in drowsiness, meditation, and creative states.

Alpha emerges with closing of the eyes and with relaxation, and attenuates with eye opening or mental exertion.

Beta is associated with active, busy or anxious thinking and active concentration.