Scientist discovered synchronized brain waves in the early part of the 20th Century when machines allowed them to detect and measure electrical patterns in the human brain.
They categorized these waves by their speed measured in hertz. From fastest to slowest these waves are:
Gamma (32 – 100 Hz)
Beta (16 – 31 Hz)
Alpha (8 – 15 Hz)
Theta (4 – 7 Hz)
Delta (0.1 – 3 Hz)
Faster brain waves are associated with conscious thought, heightened awareness and intelligent thinking.
Slower brain waves like Delta and Theta are achieved during relaxation and sleep.
Scientists have studied these brain waves for many years and found the only known way to consciously induce the faster Gamma brain waves is through intense meditation.
Scientists confirmed what Buddhist Monks have known for centuries. That inducing fast gamma brain waves has enormous benefits, both psychologically and physically. They include greater awareness, increased intellect, better memory, improved focus, more energy, and happiness/harmony.
Gamma waves work like an anti-depressant improving overall mood.
The Dalai Lama meditates 4 hours each morning to induce the therapeutic effect of these waves. It is hard work, he said. The Dalai Lama has stated that if there were a way to get the psychological and biological benefits of meditation without having to go through the meditation practice each morning, he would adopt the innovation.
Now there is. The Qball is a solid rubber reaction ball with a moderately erratic bounce. No two bounces are the same so you must watch and react to each bounce. The Qball was developed to train fast reactions, vision and hand-eye coordination. Bouncing 2 Qballs to waist height alternating hands can be done very quickly. It forces the brain to think fast.
It also uses the majority of the cells in the brain. More than half of all brain cells are dedicated to movement. Another 15% are dedicated to vision. The Qball engages these movement and vision cells, (65% of the brain) forcing them to work fast. This in turn induces gamma waves within the brain.
The Qball is a physical ball that adapts to anyone’s ability. You can bounce them fast or slow. Going as fast as you can keeps the challenge at the best of your ability and increases the difficulty as you improve.
The Qball induces Gamma Waves within the brain quickly. You don’t have to spend hours meditating, just minutes bouncing. Your brain feels like it is getting a workout. In just a few minutes you will feel the difference.
Meditation takes lots of practice and time to get to the place where you can induce Gamma Brain Waves. The Qball offers a direct route. Gamma waves are fast and that is exactly what the Qball trains, speed.
The faster the better. Simply pick them up and start bouncing. Look directly at the Qballs for direct vision training, or don’t look at them and strengthen peripheral vision tracking. Next look at only 1 Qball while bouncing 2. It forces you to switch attention systems between direct and peripheral vision, fast. Pushing the brain to use so much of its resources at a fast speed is the key.
Use them any time of day for just a few minutes. The effects are lasting.
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