How does NP3 change your brainwaves?
NP3 can change brain wave activity, which is directly connected to your state of mind, using brainwave entrainment (pronounced: "ehn - TRAIN - mint") - the process of externally presenting brainwave frequencies to the brain, allowing it to synchronize to those frequencies.1 2 3
Snap your fingers. That sound just created an electronic reaction in your brain. If that snapping sound was constant and consistent at the same frequency associated with a calm state of mind, your brain waves would continue to react and would start to synchronize with that rhythm. Over time, you would actually begin to feel more relaxed.4
Take control of your mind
Imagine if you could rewire your brain to connect situations and mental states in a way that you choose. We’re not saying the process is instant, but NP3 makes it possible. Research has revealed the brain wave states where applied psychological techniques such as suggestions, affirmations or hypnotic scripts can be most effective.6 Using brainwave entrainment, NP3 can guide your mind to a receptive mental state, at which point the program uses your choice of those techniques.
When combined with the right neural stimulation, these techniques can bypass mental and emotional barriers that would normally make the mind resistant to change, making it much more likely that affirmations or suggestions will be effective.7 8 This is what we call self-programming, and using it can allow you to you control your own mind and life in a unique and powerful way.
"...these techniques can bypass mental and emotional barriers that would normally make the mind resistant to change"
The many uses of NP3
We’re constantly scouring the scientific literature and consulting with leading experts and researchers in the field to ensure that NP3 is always based on the latest knowledge. We draw directly from the protocols used in peer-reviewed research to successfully and significantly:
Visit the benefits section to discover all of the applications for this software, read much more information about how these benefits can be attained, and learn about the research and studies supporting the sessions we've created.
"This is the most powerful self-programming software that I have come across during my 15 years of evaluating mindware programs."
- Bruce Ehrlich, Psychologist, Author, President of Mind Media, Inc.
Inspired and informed by the best practices and research in the fields of psychology, neurology, and audio-visual stimulation studies, Neuro-Programmer 3 is a software application with unlimited potential and broad capabilities. Although it is incredibly simple to use, it’s also one of the most effective tools for positive mental change that you’ll ever find.
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