Advanced Light Meditation
Change Your State
Change Your Brain
Change Your Body
How it Works
The Light Enters The Body
Your System Is Activated
Hypnagogic State Accessed
An Immersive Meditative Experience Begins
The coordinated interplay of the flickering light and flash pulses gently permeates the closed eyes. After passing through the retina, it travels along the optic nerve, activating the Pineal Gland.
By tapping into the brain’s natural ability, allowing it to synchronize with the stroboscopic light pulses, brain activity emerges.
As the body and mind continue to progressively relax, the brain activity becomes more synchronized, creating the environment to enter into a deep meditative state, guiding you through varied levels of consciousness.
Within minutes, a person enters into a Hypnagogic state. Hypnagogia is the transitional state from wakefulness to sleep. It occurs when your brain waves are in theta. It is common to experience visual, audio and tactile experiences.
The ultimate goal for meditators is to linger in the hypnagogic state. Also known as lucid dreaming. In this aware state, you are cognizant that you are dreaming or meditating.
This is also known as the portal to the subconscious mind, known to encompass a broader body of knowledge than our typical daily consciousness.
The Roxiva RX1 technology guides you to this expanded state of consciousness and over time entrains the brain to achieve this on your own.
The Pineal Gland
The pineal gland is part of the endocrine system. It is responsible for producing and regulating the hormones, vital to the body’s function.
Melatonin is the primary hormone produced by the pineal gland. It creates and regulates the circadian rhythm or the 24 hour cycle of life for humans.
Calcification of the pineal gland is a slow process. Essentially, fluoride and calcium deposits, also known as brain sand, accumulate over time which inhibits the pineal gland’s ability to secrete melatonin. Studies link a calcified pineal gland to Alzheimer’s and other types of dementia.
Meditation is an ancient practice that dates back thousands of years. This practice is common worldwide due to the benefits for brain health and overall well-being.
High resolution MRI’s and EEG’s are now showing what’s going on in the body and brain of people who meditate regularly and the positive effects. They have large amounts of the slowest brain waves, alpha, theta and delta as well as the fastest wave gamma. They have small amounts of beta, the signature wave of worry and stress.
Their bodies generate various hormones and neurotransmitters, including pleasure chemicals like serotonin, dopamine and ocytocin. Their nervous system is firing in “COHERENCE” relaxed and alert. The happiness centers of their brains are lit up.
Head Heart Coherence...
Head Heart Coherence is the unity and integration of your mind, body and spirit. It is when our thoughts, intentions and actions seamlessly align. It not only has powerful effects on our mental and emotional health, stability and resilience but also on our physical health. It can affect heart rate, immune system, sleep quality, and overall energy levels. Living in a state of coherence from a psychological, emotional, physical and spiritual place is the path toward living a life with balance
How Meditation Works...
In your brain you have billions of neurons, which are cells that use electrical and chemical signals to send signals to each other. One neuron connects to thousands of others, which is how neurons form networks from different areas of the brain.
Research shows that people who meditate regularly have differences in their brain structure. Brain tissue is denser and certain areas of the brain are larger which is a sign that neurons have more connections and the connections are stronger.
The affected areas are usually those that manage or control your senses
your ability to think, concentrate, and process emotions. This means the brains of people who meditate regularly are healthier and less likely to show age related loss of function. They also have a stronger ability to deal with and process negative emotions.
Thanks to advances in medical technology and science, experts now better understand how meditation affects your brain and body and the many benefits for your mind and body that come with regular meditation.
Meditation activates the parasympathetic nervous system and down regulates the sympathetic nervous system. A regulated nervous system is crucial for optimal health. It ensures our body can adapt to the changes in our environment and maintain a state of homeostasis.
This involves processes like our body’s response to stressors, sleep regulation, appetite and digestion, mood management, focus, and attention.
Meditation can help reduce pain, depression, stress, anxiety, lowers heart rate and blood pressure and promotes digestion and lower levels of cortisol, a hormone associated with physical and emotional stress. Meditation can stimulate the vagus nerve and increase vagal tone and positive emotions. When one has a profound meditative experience, a new neural pathway is reinforced.
Meditation leads to Head Heart Coherence and:
Releases Beneficial Hormones Related to Health and Longevity.
Regulates the Autonomic Nervous System.
Expands Emotional Intelligence (EQ)
1 session $80
3 sessions $220
6 sessions $400
The recommended number is 6 sessions, every 2-7 days. Studies indicate this is the ideal protocol for permanent nervous system change. Continued sessions help maintain the improvements and ongoing sessions provide ever evolving benefits.
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