Neuroscience & mindfulness for companies

Brainmapping shows changes during meditation.

“Only in quiet waters things mirror themselves undistorted. Only in a quiet mind is adequate perception of the world.”     – Hans Margolius

Dr. Fannin EEG (Electroencefalograma), medidor neurofisiológico de la actividad eléctrica del cerebro.

On a practical level, we want to quiet our minds because it is those extra thoughts spinning around in our heads that distract us, pull our energy down, allow us to worry , encourage us to imagine potential negative situations and obsess over relationship details, and cause us to self-doubt … What if all that energy was put to a better use?

This course for companies is designed so that we can comprehend how our brain operates according to the latest scientific advances in neuroscience. In a very understandable way, we explain the workings of the brain, while we do multiple exercises and practices to exercise it, making huge gains in productivity, concentration, creativity and wellbeing.

Contents:gemma

  • Neuroscience Perspective
  • Why Do We Want To Quiet Our Minds?
  • Managing Our Brainwaves
  • Why Is The Whole-Brain State Important?
  • The Seven Keys To Great Meditation:

1. Coherence

2. Phase Lag

3. Amplitude

4. Theta/Alpha Power Ratio

5. Theta/Delta Power Ratio

6. Time to Enter Meditation

7. Sustainability

 

Absolutely recommended in times of rapid changes as we are living in our society and therefore, within our organizations.

 

Workshop subsidized by the  Tripartite Foundation

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