This signal is a combination of two
signals - the Amygdaloid signal and the Hippocampal
signal. They are presented one after the other, with quiet intervals in between.
These are the signals used in the
"feelgood" session, when they are applied in specific locations.
Slow alternation means that the signals alternate at the same speed that the signals occur in the brain naturally.
"Fast" alternation means that they switch channels every half-second.
The amygdaloid signal has different effects when applied to each side of the brain. For most individuals, the amygdaloid
signal over the left is pleasant and over the right is unpleasant. Some people, though not many, are "left-handed"
with regard to this specialization
The opposite is true for the hippocampus. It's also is pleasant on one side and unpleasant on the other. For most
individuals, the right side is pleasant side when working with this signal, and the left side is unpleasant. That's
the opposite of the amygdala's specializations.
Applying both signals at once to one side of the brain is not suggested for beginners.
The intelligent way to explore the combination of the two signals will be to apply them equally over both sides
of the head. So, one might put one set of four coils over each
lobes), or one set over each eye
The idea is to keep the presentation symmetrical - over the frontal lobes, over the temporal lobes, over the parietal
lobes, or over the occipital lobes. Both of these signals have hemispheric specializations, so when you're using
it, you should treat both hemispheres the same.
Applying both signals to only one side of the brain will leave you stimulating one structure that's designed for
Sometimes, both signals over the left can induce a mental sharpness, and both signals over the right can induce
a state of calm. However, but this is not suggested for most people. Begin with symmetrical presentations. Experiment
with other possibilities after you have gained some experience.
If you want to do series of sessions using this signal, you should change the presentation, making sure that over
time, your temporal and frontal lobes receive the same amount of stimulation. Alternate your series of sessions
rather than the sessions themselves.
When beginning to use any signal, it's a good idea to begin with shorter sessions.
When you're planning to use a signal over only one side, it's good to try it over each side (a
test session) to see which side feels best with that
signal for you.
This session is usually better after the sun goes down.