Dr. James V. Hardt, President and Founder of Biocybernaut Institute, Inc., discusses his interesting work with brainwaves.
Dr. Hardt holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Physics from Carnegie Institute of Technology, as well as a Masters Degree in Psychology from Carnegie-Mellon University and a PhD in Psychology, also from Carnegie-Mellon University. Continuing his research and studies, Dr. Hardt immersed himself in intensive Post-Doctoral work in Psychophysiology at the Langley Porter Neuro-Psychiatric Institute of the University of California at San Francisco.
As Dr. Hardt explains, a biocybernaut is to inner space as an astronaut is to outer space. A biocybernaut utilizes advanced technology to go on an inner journey into their own mind. It’s a journey of learning, growth, healing, and transformation. Dr. Hardt discusses their brainwave feedback training, and he shares that through this training people can become less anxious, increase their creativity by up to 50%, and simply become smarter across the board. The IQ boost, Dr. Hardt states is a remarkable 11.7 points, which stabilizes and is maintained. Dr. Hardt explains the origin of brainwave study which dates back to 1908. Dr. Hardt talks about his background and how he came to his current area of study and interest.
Dr. Hardt discusses the basic elements of their training, and he compares and contrasts it to zen meditation. He explains that this meditation over many years, will allow one to change their brainwaves. But Dr. Hardt wanted a method to impact brainwaves that was more efficient and could impact great change in a shorter period of time. He talks about alpha waves and the powerful technology that the Biocybernaut Institute utilizes. As he explains, they use technology to boost the microvolt levels about one-hundred thousand times so brainwaves can be read by the computers which then turn amplitude of the brainwaves into the loudness of musical tones. Thus, people can sit in soundproof chambers and listen to their brainwaves emit tones of flutes, clarinets, and oboes, etc., and when the music becomes louder, this means that you’re making more alpha. Thus, whatever you are doing you keep doing, to increase and advance your brainwaves.
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