Saturday, 18 February 2012


You can be happy, healthy and satisfied every day of your life with a
 simple mental exercise, says a top expert - and the easy-to-learn
 technique is effective, available to everyone and totally cost-free!

Using the six simple steps described by brain researcher Pete Sanders
 you can trigger the joy center in your brain and magically:

     Relieve stress
     Banish pain
     Cure depression
     Restore sexual potency
     Boost energy
     Improve sleep
     Eliminate worries
     Soothe anger, anxiety or fear
     Combat pain from headaches and other common ailments
     Reduce high blood pressure
     Combat dependency on alcohol, tobacco and other drugs
     Control weight

"Just a few minutes of mental relaxation and visualization can leave you
 feeling upbeat, peaceful and full of energy," says Sanders, a
 Massachusetts Institute of Technology graduate who runs his own
 company in Sedona, Ariz.

"It's a simple biofeedback technique that can help you quit smoking,
 lose weight or sleep like a baby.

"This incredible technique can do everything that expensive drugs can do
 - and it doesn't cost a cent. I'm outraged more hasn't been done
 with it.

"Scientists and doctors have known for years that stimulating a specific
 area of the brain - the septum pellucidum - can have amazingly
 beneficial effects. It creates a mellow, energized feeling that is
 best described as an inner smile.

"Activating it also clears the repetitive cycles of worry, hurt, anger,
 and fear that can be created in other parts of the brain."

To call forth the astounding benefits of the joy spot, Sanders
 recommends the following steps:

1. First, learn to locate your joy center. Close your eyes, sweep your
 fingers up and tap the forehead an inch or two below the hairline.
 Now imagine a little sparkle of light traveling two-thirds of the
 way into your brain from that spot. This area is the brain's joy

2. Now, relax. Breathe slowly and deeply, as you do just before falling
 asleep. This will help your body eliminate stresses that interfere
 with biofeedback.

3. Use visualization to travel to your joy center. Picture a cool breeze
 or a stream flowing from that spot on your forehead into the septum

Don't concentrate too hard, just let your imagination move gently to the
 right place inside your head.

4. Search for the strongest effect. You're looking for that spot in your
 brain that, when touched by your imagination, delivers an "Ahhhh"
 feeling, a sense of an inner smile. When you hit the joy center,
 you'll get a sense of relief and well-being. In your thoughts, vary
 the level of your imaginary probe. Fine-tune it until you locate the
 right area.

5. "Stroke" your joy center. Send pulses of energy into your brain.
 After a few pulses, you should feel relief from pain, anxiety and
 frustration. You'll feel peace and contentment.

6. Practice, practice, practice. This is a biofeedback process, and you
 won't be able to do it perfectly right at the beginning. Use the
 technique a few times every day and within weeks you'll experience
 the joy, good health and love life you've always dreamed of.

If you want more information on accessing the brain's joy center, write
 to Pete Sanders, c/o Free Soul, P.O. Box 1762, Sedona, Ariz. 86339.


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