Interchange Laboratories Inc.
Updated: 5 days ago
Many of us desire to expand our consciousness for the purpose of enhancing the quality of our personal experiences and enhancing our perception in the “here and now.” Until recently, there has not been a way to objectively measure the effects of our mental intention on our world. This is why the recent creation of a tool for objectively measuring the effects of mental intention is so valuable.
Defining the Functionality of Mind
To understand what mind-interface feedback is, a definition of the function of mind is needed. The function of mind, as it relates to mind-interface feedback, is a person creating influence on their physical world at a distance. This means no device is connected to the body and no device is used to measure the physical functions of the body. The mind is creating an influence on a unique device at a distance.
Body vs Mind-Interface Feedback
There are many devices that can provide feedback about body activity. Measuring brain waves is one example of providing information about a person’s brain activity. Electrodes are placed on the skull, or a chip is implanted into the brain allowing a person to become aware
of what brain waves are being created. With this feedback awareness, a person with practice can alter those brain waves. Other measurement examples that provide feedback to a person include heart rate, breathing rate, muscle tension, and skin temperature. All these measurements provide research evidence that a person, once aware of the measurements, and has practiced controlling their physical activities, can change those measurements at will.
Mind-interface feedback is uniquely different. The first difference is that it uses a mind-interface device that does not require contact or proximity to the body. The second difference is that the mind is influencing a task or action and the feedback provided to the person indicates how well that task or action has been and is being accomplished. With practice and positive mind-interface feedback, a person achieves control of the mind-interface device.
Quest for Enhancing Mindfulness with Certainty
For centuries, people have endeavored to seek higher levels of consciousness and mental abilities. Many disciplines were and are being developed to achieve these goals including
meditation, prayer, yoga, and tai chi. The underlying difficulty with these disciplines is the issue that they all require faith, a belief that their efforts will accomplish this uplifting goal.
When faith and belief are the motivational principles of mindfulness training, it is more difficult to maintain consistent practice. Practitioners of mindfulness disciplines would be far more motivated to continue and persist if there was both subjective and objective feedback on their progress toward greater mindfulness and mental abilities. Subjective feedback is perceived in response to mental intention while objective feedback is the measure of the effect of mental intention on a mind-interface device. Both feedback types provide validation that mental intention is effective in controlling a mind-interface application. Further, the feedback is validating that improvement in the ability to control a mind-interface application is improving. The certainty that mind-interface technology is real, and enhances mental ability, motivates continued mindfulness practice. The result of this practice is the improved ability to be fully aware, in the present, and effectively control the physical world at a distance.
The Mind-Interface Technology
What is needed to provide accurate mindfulness feedback, both objective and subjective, is a mind-to-device interface; a device that is responsive to intentional consciousness and the mind’s decision to outflow that influence. Creating a device that is sensitive to the effects of intentional consciousness at a distance required years of dedicated research and development. Mind-interface technology has been researched for decades and there is research validation that the mind indeed affects matter. However, it has been only recently that technological advancements and creative development have merged to produce a mind-interface feedback system that has the potential for commercialization.
Making an Idea Real
There are basic concepts to make a mind-interface device a reality. One of the fundamental challenges in the development of a mind-interface device is creating a source that is sensitive to mental influence.
• The fulfillment of this challenge occurred with the development of a subatomic signal source both in the form of plasma, (the 4th state of matter) and as a solid-state electronic device.
• Another challenge was to measure the subatomic signal source/s to compare characteristics of this measurement between non-intention states and intentional consciousness states. In the case of a plasma signal source, this challenge was accomplished by measuring the time it took for the plasma’s energy to dissipate from the point that the energy to the plasma was turned off to a point just before the energy fully dissipated. In the case of a solid-state electronic source, its characteristics are measured by the extent to which two signals are trend-state entrained.
• The third challenge was to determine which of the measured characteristics of the subatomic signal source was most sensitive to the effects of intentional consciousness to develop metric/s that could be used as an application control output. Metric identification has been accomplished. Control metrics include how coherently and orderly the measured signal changes in time, the difference in the amount of order between two signals, and the coherence in trending entrainment; the rising and falling together, of two or more signals both in time and similar period.
• The last critical challenge is to develop applications that are engaging, interesting, and goal oriented. Humans are objective and goal oriented. This is not only a survival concept, but it also speaks to our inherent creative nature.
Presenting the Mind-Interface Feedback System
Interchange laboratories has fulfilled the challenges presented above in the section “Making
an Idea Real.” The goal of interchange laboratories is to provide a mind-interface
tool that supports mindfulness disciplines and biofeedback training in an interesting and fun and engaging way. This is a unique tool for those people who want to achieve higher levels of consciousness, mental wellness, and mental abilities to succeed more rapidly, more dynamically, and with much greater assurance of their progress and effectiveness of participation.
We welcome all questions about our mind-interface technology. We welcome collaborations in research, franchising, application development, and commercialization. To test the mind-interface system for yourself, contact us today and we will get started.