Neurofeedback and MIT Training
Updated: Mar 23
The first Age of Exploration began in the 1400s and continued through the 1600s. It was a period when the European nations began exploring the world. They discovered new routes to India, much of the Far East, and the Americas. It must
have been an exciting time to be alive.
We are entering a new, equally-exciting Age of Exploration. This one does not involve sailing ships crossing oceans, but it does involve a vast ocean of sorts. It is the ocean of human consciousness, extending beyond space and time.
Advanced technologies are aiding in this exploration. One class of technology, Neurofeedback, is used to evaluate and fine-tune what is essentially a reflection of consciousness, the human brain.
Neurofeedback training and therapy are used by the military and civilian sectors to assist in enhancing brain functionality resulting in a greater ability to handle mental barriers and improve focus, creativity, and physical performance.
Neurofeedback is also used to treat brain trauma by training the brain to rewire itself around affected areas. In other words, Neurofeedback takes advantage of the brain's ability to change itself through a process known as neuroplasticity.
Neurofeedback has advanced considerably using an FDA-approved,
evidence-based diagnostic tool known as Quantitative Electroencephalogram (QEEG). It measures the characteristics of neuronal brain function and may be used to evaluate an individual's brainwave (EEG) patterns and frequencies to determine to what extent the individual's brainwave characteristics differ from neurotypical ones. This information can be applied to promote improved brain performance and better therapy outcomes.
A Brain that Rings True
As a reflection of consciousness, the brain should reflect consciousness without obstructions. An obstructed brain is like a bell that is stuffed full of cotton. Fine-tuning the brain is like removing the cotton, allowing the bell to ring true. To this end, Neurofeedback is a powerful tool.
Two Powerful Technologies Converge
Some members of the Neurofeedback community are beginning to encounter a new technology that holds the potential to enhance mental abilities and conscious awareness to unprecedented heights in both function and scope.
An advanced Mind-Interface Technology (MIT) that uses plasma, the fourth state of matter, allows human consciousness to influence electronic devices without the use of brain signals. Plasma-based MIT is very different from Brain-Computer Interface (BCI) technology in that it operates within the same realm as human consciousness, at the subatomic level, outside of space and time. MIT uses no brain signals or other physiological signals and is therefore not subject to their limitations as is BCI.
MIT reflects human consciousness in the form of human mental intention. Fine-tuning a person’s brain through Neurofeedback training opens the door to more effective mental intention leading to greater control of MIT applications.
For example, an amputee who wears a motorized prosthetic hand that is controlled not by brain or nerve signals but rather, by an MIT device, can benefit from Neurofeedback training with the goal of establishing a mental and emotional bond with the prosthetic hand.
The synergy of Neurofeedback and MIT-applications feedback will likely give rise to a hybrid technology that can be used to develop extraordinary mental abilities.
Our World Transformed
In 1962, Arthur C. Clarke’s book, “Profiles of the Future: An Inquiry into the Limits of the Possible”, was published.
Within his book, Clarke wrote the following: “Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic”.
People reading this statement may have assumed that Clarke was referring to a technology developed by an advanced alien civilization. In 1962, this would likely have been the only option to consider. This is no longer the only option.
Plasma-source MIT did not exist in 1962, but it does now. When MIT applications are properly and effectively controlled by mental intention, it seems as though magic is in play just as the first radio transmission must have seemed like magic.
Neurofeedback and MIT Training
Neurofeedback could become a key component of a training protocol for operating MIT applications. Optimizing brain functionality to promote clarity and coherence of intention toward an MIT application is essential to an effective training protocol.
The difference between telekinetic control of an MIT device at a distance and telekinetic control of everything else in the world is only a matter of incrementally developed skills made possible through an effective training protocol.
Heightened Confidence and Awareness
When people experience the excitement of controlling an electronic device at a distance, using only their mental intention (no brain signals), they come to appreciate that they have mental powers to control their world beyond their physical bodies.
This effect might be considered "magic". Call it what you will, but it is a clear demonstration that the brain is only a reflection of human consciousness and not the source of consciousness.
A Neurofeedback Training Protocol (NTP) integrated into MIT-applications feedback will result in a comprehensive feedback loop that extends into the realm of non-local control of the world beyond the human body. A person developing and demonstrating extraordinary mental skills will continually gain confidence and a more nuanced perception of “reality”. For these individuals, possessing what the rest of the world considers to be super-human abilities will become a normal aspect of life.