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13-Phase Session - The Limbic Workout








Emotional (Amygdala)


......2 Coil Shakti | 4 Coil Shakti | 8 Coil Shakti


Meditative & Cognitive (Hippocampus)


... ..2 Coil Shakti | 4 Coil Shakti| .8 Coil Shakti


Emotional & Cognitive (feelings and thoughts)


... 2 Coil Shakti | 4 Coil Shakti | .8 Coil Shakti


Emotional & Cognitive (Stereo)


.....4 Coil Shakti | 8 Coil Shakti


Body-Related (caudate)


.....2 Coil Shakti | 4 Coil Shakti | .8 Coil Shakti


.The Pleasure Center (Septum)


.....2 Coil Shakti | 4 Coil Shakti | .8 Coil Shakti


"Binding Factor" for Consciousness


.....2 Coil Shakti | 4 Coil Shakti | 8 Coil Shakti


Chirp Signal ("Pulse")


.....2 Coil Shakti | 4 Coil Shakti | 8 Coil Shakti


The Thalamus


.....2 Coil Shakti | 4 Coil Shakti


Event-Related Potential (ERP)


Schumann Resonances


From the Theta Band


Using your own frequencies


Two-Phase Sessions (as seen on TV)


8-Coil Two-Phase sessions




Good Beginner Sessions For The 8 Coil Shakti



Amygdala Signal



This signal is based on EEG data derived from the amygdala.

The amygdala is specialized for emotions, and it supports opposite emotions on the two sides of the brain.

For most people, the one on the right supports negative emotions, most importantly fear, and the one on the left supports positive emotions.

The amygdala is a deep brain structure, and it's extensively connected to the temporal lobes.

Using the amygdaloid signal over both sides equally is the safest way to begin using it, as this will activate it, but not change the left/right balance between hemispheres with respect to the amygdala's activation. The balance of left and right amygdaloid response will not be altered applying the signals to both sides. Rather, only the degree of activation of the amygdala for both sides.

A good starting point in using this signal over one side for those who choose to do so is the temporal lobes on the left side. Another choice is over the temporal/frontal area.

Some people have a 'left-handed' amygdala. If you find this signal uncomfortable over the left temporal side, you can try it on the right.

Test your self with this signal over both sides if you feel a burst of fear or anxiety during a session.

If the left temporal lobe feels good using this signal, but you feel a bit down after the session, or sessions, you can try the left frontal lobe using this signal.

Maintaining a good balance between frontal and temporal lobe activity is important in maintaining a healthy inner state. After a couple of series of sessions over the temporal lobes using this signal, change to a frontal lobe presentation.

Applying this signal over the left temporal lobe repeatedly may cause irritability. If this happens to you, apply the hippocampal signal over the right temporal lobe.

Use with care.

The eight-coil Shakti unit is a powerful unit. It's suggested that you use it "symmetrically", meaning that you place the coils so that you are treating both sides of your head equally. If you choose to use it over only one side, you should use two of the coils to test each signal over each side, one side at a time, before you use the alternating signals over only one side. Make sure that you are not 'reversed' or 'left handed' with respect to any of the brain structures that the signals apply to. If unpleasant effects are going to occur, they will be milder than they would be using the 8-coil headset with alternating signals.

The experiments shown in television documentaries applied the signals to both sides equally. If you are looking to induce spiritual experiences "as seen on TV", then you should also know that they were done in sensory deprivation. This means silence and darkness. Complete silence, and total darkness.

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 to see which side feels best with that signal for you.

This session is usually better after the sun goes down.

About Rapid and High-Speed Signals


Normal speed signal with Fast Alternation

Normal Speed with Slow Alternation

"High-speed" Amygdala Signal with Slow Alternation