In this fascinating podcast, Dr. James V. Hardt, the President and celebrated Founder of Biocybernaut Institute, Inc., talks brainwaves and how we can improve our lives through brainwave feedback training.
Dr. Hardt has a Bachelor of Science in Physics from Carnegie Institute of Technology. He holds a Masters Degree from Carnegie-Mellon University in Psychology and a PhD in Psychology, also earned at the prestigious Carnegie-Mellon University.
Dr. Hardt muses that a biocybernaut is akin to inner space in the same manner as an astronaut is to outer space. He explains how through brainwave feedback training, a person can advance their learning, growth, healing, and transformation. Dr. Hardt explains that their advanced brainwave feedback training can help people become smarter, less anxious, and can provide a powerful boost to creativity. IQ boosts alone are reason enough to engage in Dr. Hardt’s methods, for IQ has been shown to increase by 11.7 points.
Dr. Hardt discusses the dawn of brainwave studies that date back to 1908. And he discusses their training in detail, as he compares its results to that of zen meditation. And as zen meditation can enhance brainwaves and change them over a period of many decades, Dr. Hardt’s process can enable someone to change their brainwaves in a drastically shorter
period of time.
Dr. Hardt discusses alpha waves and the Biocybernaut Institute methods. At his institute, they use technology to amp the microvolt levels one-hundred thousand times, which allows these important brainwaves to be read by their computers. This innovative process can then turn the amplitude of one’s brainwaves into a loudness of varying and various musical tones. You can literally hear your brainwaves produce tones of flutes, clarinets, and oboes, etc., To apply this information you would monitor the musical tones and when the music becomes louder, this indicates that you’re creating more alpha.
Dr. Hardt talks about how feedback can work for everyone typically, and help them improve many facets of their lives.
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