Creativity / Brainstorming
Neuro-Programmer 3 takes a unique approach to promoting inspiration, brainstorming and reducing creative
Research suggests that the neural
activity of creative
individuals is more unpredictable than that of uncreative
people (Cramond, 1994). Creative people are better able to join seemingly
random ideas together to
form new, completely original
However, after long periods of time working on creative
projects many artists and writers can feel "out
or under-stimulated. What is needed is
a way to form new neural
stimulate the "unpredictability" of neural
activity inherent in the great creative thinks of our
day. In other words,
people with creative blocks are often simply in need
of a fresh experience to jolt them out
of their "boxed" thinking.
includes sessions designed to increase "out
of the box" thinking by delivering random, unpredictable neural
stimulation. Using the creativity sessions in NP3
you may think of memories you haven't thought of in years,
completely new ways to look at a situation.
Hundreds of artists and writers use NP3
on a daily basis. Nearly all of them report more elaborate
and creative ideas while using it. Using NP3, inspiration
comes as naturally as breathing.
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Cramond, B. (1994). Attention‐Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder and Creativity—What is the connection?. The Journal of Creative Behavior, 28(3), 193-210.
Egner, T., & Gruzelier, J. H. (2003). Ecological validity of neurofeedback: modulation of slow wave EEG enhances musical performance. Neuroreport,14(9), 1221-1224.