Benefits of Brain Tap Training

If you’re reading this, chances are you already know that meditation is great for quieting the mind and helping you focus on your goals. Did you also know that meditation practices can change your genetic makeup for the better?

Feeling constantly sad and depressed can turn on genes that can make us physically sick and more prone to infections and disease. On the flip side, relaxation and mindful meditation can turn off those genes and activate ones that help us heal and fight infection.
In an Institute of Science in Society report from 2014, they report the findings from several studies examining the effects of meditation on our genetic makeup. They found that meditation and creating the relaxation response in the body can actually change our gene structure for the better.

MIND OVER BODY
The first study used gene expression profiles to probe the effects of meditation on a small group of Qigong practitioners against a control group. The Qigong group showed a difference in 250 genes as compared to the control group.

RELAXATION RESPONSE CHANGES GENES
In the second study discussed, gene expression changes triggered by the relaxation response were examined. In this study a total of 2209 genes were deferentially expressed between the study group and the control group. The results suggest that gene expression changes in certain groups indicates a greater capacity to respond to stress and its detrimental effects and it did not matter what type of relaxation response was practiced–only that it was practiced.

MEDITATION AND STRESS
The third study investigated changes in genetic expression with a group of 42 practitioners of yoga and 42 controls. Similar to the second study, it was found that practitioners were better genetically equipped to respond to environmental stress.
The studies cited in this article suggest that meditative practice gives rise to genetic changes consistent with improving your response to environmental stress, stronger immunity and improved antioxidant stress–and that the changes can happen rather quickly, sometimes within hours.
The only problem is, meditation is hard and most people give up before reaping these rewards. Fortunately, you have the BrainTap headset available to you, making mindful meditation and relaxation easy and enjoyable. You simply press a button, sit back, close your eyes and relax. You’re not only strengthening your mind and achieving your goals, but you’re also improving your genetic ability to respond to the Super Stress we are plagued with in today’s society.

For more information and to experience the benefits of the BrainTap headset and programs, speak with your practitioner at Health Naturally today.

Yours in Health,
Patrick Porter, PhD

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Beth Barbeau - MidwifeBeth Barbeau, BS, has been a Resonance Repatterning practitioner for over 25 years.  She also is mom of two teen boys. With over 30 years of experience in the field of birth and infant/child care, she is also a Midwife, Childbirth & Breastfeeding Educator, and on the Faculty of the Holistic Doula program at the Naturopathic Institute in Mt. Pleasant.

Resonance Repatterning has been called an energy work;  it’s a chance to check in through applied kinesiology (“muscle testing”) with our body-mind system, and literally change our resonance.   Everything has a frequency or an energy pulsation, from music, to light,  even our thoughts!   And when we change that frequency (or the “note”) of our beliefs,  we can change our experience.

Since we attract and experience that with which we’re ‘in-sync’, it’s very powerful to identify & transform our resonance from de-energizing beliefs or statements,  to being “in-sync” with that which is life-enhancing or energizing.

It’s a most efficient & elegant process, and is unique in bringing transformation WITHOUT re-traumatizing.  And since Repatterning can address the unconscious realms as well, it often brings healing shifts to the many life beliefs formed from non/pre-verbal times, such as from events occurring prenatally or in the first years of life.  Let’s spend an hour together soon, and see what YOU how you might like to ‘spiral up!’


Beth Barbeau“Though I was raised in Michigan, after College in 1990 I moved to New Mexico. After two years of struggling with depression, suicidal thoughts, and a debilitating mental state, I was diagnosed with serious Post Traumatic Stress Syndrome (PTSD). I worked very hard on myself in every way – from counseling to 12-Step Programs to acupuncture, with only the most minimal improvements. The State of Michigan declared me permanently disabled, saying that I would never earn a living, and in their concern – waived all my student loans! A short while later my care team lovingly dragged me to one of Founder Chloe Wordsworth’s early presentations on Repatternings, and although I wasn’t entirely sure what it all meant, it felt very right. I had a few sessions a month as I could afford them, and within three months found myself emerging from a dark place feeling strong and increasingly capable. I accepted a new sales position, and quickly felt confident traveling the country opening sales offices, recruiting and training new workers in very high energy and visible work. This couldn’t have been a bigger change, and in such a short time! My life has only grown more healthy and fulfilled since, and I’m tremendously grateful for Chloe’s work that has brought growth and relief of suffering to so many.

It’s been my pleasure to train in Resonance Repatterning over the years, using it to help people in their lives, addictions, parenting, and many small and large life issues. It’s wonderful to have another tool to help us shift those spots that are stuck, those areas we all have in our lives where we visit and revisit the same behavior patterns again & again in our lives. I can’t imagine where I’d be without it.”

– Beth Barbeau


“To me this is life-changing work, I am only getting better! It feels GOOD to feel like myself again!

Other people were cluttering my mind. Repatterning is like being set free of my own debilitating thoughts.  I was listening but not hearing, and this has freed up my mind. After only one repatterning I’ve been able to get my feelings across, even during stressful holiday family gatherings, clearly expressing myself and being heard much better. It’s eye-opening that you can be in control of your feelings and reactions, and to feel whole again.” 

– Adriana
Macomb, MI