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.
A good starting point in using this signal is the temporal lobe on the left side.
Some people have a 'left-handed' amygdala. If you find this signal uncomfortable over the left temporal lobe, 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
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.
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.