Neurosculpting for Anxiety
Did you know you can retrain your brain & restore harmony and balance to your nervous system with mindfulness-based techniques? Use NeuroPraxis Neurosculpting techniques to help improve your resilience to high-pressure situations and alleviate stress.
So what exactly is Neurosculpting? In essence, it is the fusion of Science and Spirituality; where current research in brain function and anatomy informs the ancient practice of meditation. The main objective of Neurosculpting is to shape our thoughts in ways that will enhance an inner sense of calm and well-being.
This healing modality was founded ten years ago by Lisa Wimberger who refined the process by helping people in high-pressure jobs such as firefighters, first aid responders, and police officers. The Neurosculpting practice is a careful blend of daily meditation, journaling, mindfulness exercises, and brain nutrition; and, according to Wimberger, is effective for anyone who suffers anxiety and stress.
Anxiety and Neurosculpting
When you feel anxious, it seems impossible to appreciate anything: a smile, a sunset or your child’s latest Biology project. In our fast-paced world, with bills to pay and places to be, life can feel overwhelming. Anxiety disorders are the most common cause of ill health in the United States, affecting 40 million adults, which is 18% of the population (1).
Restoring Harmony in the Brain
It is natural to have a physiological reaction to seminal life changes such as: the death of a loved one, loss of a job, a separation, or divorce. It is also natural to feel anxious when you are in the daily throes of life: an upcoming job interview, an exam, a first date, public speaking, or traveling to a foreign country. Anxiety may be useful if it guides you to avoid dangerous situations or motivates you to solve problems. It is unhealthy, however, if it becomes an unbridled force and pulls you down into negativity and despair. Pharmaceutical drugs may offer short term relief; but they can be addictive, costly, and have unwanted side effects.
Neurosculpting addresses anxiety at its neurological roots. Specially designed meditation-like modules aim to restore harmony between the left and right brain hemispheres, and mindfulness-based techniques retrain the brain for greater resilience to these high-pressure situations. NeuroPraxis teaches how self-directed brain change can bring the nervous system back into balance. The results? Finding yourself with the ability to have long term relief from fears and worries.