After the four days, the brain tries to re-establish
it's old patterns of responses in these brain parts. It does this by activating the same structures on the opposite
While that's happening, if it happens at all,
you feel can feel bad. I call this 'being in snapback" (based on the phrase "Metabolic Snapback").
Most people do not experience it (less than 10%). Typically, it emerges as episodes of anxiety or irritability.
For some people, it's intense, and for others,
it's hardly noticeable.
When it happens, it starts four (4) days after
a session. For others, it starts almost right away. For still others, it doesn't seem to happen at all.
If snapback happens sooner than four days after
a session, you should request alternative session designs.
If you choose to obtain a Shakti unit, you'll
need to answer some questions that will help me design alternatives for you, should they be necessary (over 90%
use the standard session designs).
Weekly sessions are more likely to produce lasting
Snapback has not been reported with sessions
done every three days.