ORDER The 8 Coil Shakti

What are your goals?

Personal transformation

Improvement in Meditation

Altered states of consciousness


Frontal Lobes

Forward-Looking, Positive Effects

Overcoming fear, anger, sadness

Frontal Lobes - Both Sides

Right_Frontal Lobe

Left Frontal Lobe


Temporal Lobes.

Introspective, Altered States

Temporal Lobes - Both Sides

Left Temporal Lobe

Right_Temporal Lobe


Parietal Lobes

Body-Centered Sessions

Parietal Lobes - Both Sides

Right_Parietal Lobe

Left Parietal Lobe


Temporo-Frontal area

Emotional Wellness

Temporo-Frontal-Area Both Sides

Left Temporo-Frontal Area

Right Temporo-Frontal Lobe


Association Area

For Language, Space, and More

Occipital-Temporal-Parietal Area - Both Sides

Right Occipital-Temporal-Parietal Area

Left Occipital_Temporal-Parietal Area


Vision and seeing

Occipital Lobes - Both Sides

Right Occipital Lobes

Left Occipital Lobe


Angular Gyrus

Made famous in Out-Of-Body Research

Left Angular Gyrus

Right Angular Gyrus


For The Septum (sexual effects)


The Cerebellum (Body and Bonding)


Alternating (8 Coil) Shakti for the Frontal Lobes

Alternating (8 Coil) Shakti for the Temporal Lobes

Alternating (8 Coil) Shakti for the Parietal Lobe

Alternating (8 Coil) Shakti for the Temporo-Frontal Area


Hippocampal Functions



Shakti Sessions can Make Use Of A Wave form derived from the Hippocampus.

Unless your Hippocampus is 'Reversed', you should only apply the 'Hippocampal' wave form on the right side.

The hippocampus is a very cognitive structure - it 'thinks', though not on it's own. It's been called the brain's 'contextualization engine'. It puts things in context, and that means everything. On the left, it thinks in words, and on the right, it thinks in ways that cannot be expressed in words, including colors, melodys, chords, symbols, and more.


What does the Hippocampus do?


It turns short-term memories into long-term ones.

This is one of the best-understood hippocampal functions. See any neurology text or even an encyclopedia listing for the hippocampus


It recognizes objects

, Emma, R. ; Mumby, Dave G. Pinel, John P.J.; Phillips, Anthony G. "Impaired Object Recognition Memory in Rats following ischemia-induced damage to the hippocampus" Behavioral Neuroscience v107, n1 (Feb, 1993) : 51 (12 pages)


It helps us do "Cognition", both verbal and nonverbal.

, Robert U.; "The Hippocampus as a cognitive Graph." Journal of General Physiology v107 n6 (June, 1996) : 663 (32 pages) 


It processes music, and recognizes patterns.

This is one of the better-understood hippocampal functions. See any neurology text or even an encyclopedia listing for the hippocampus for more information


It responds to childhood abuse as it grows.

(The left hippocampus is typically 12% smaller than the right in childhood abuse victims.)

, J. Douglas; Randal, Penny; Vermetten, Eric; Staib, Lawrence; et.al. "Magnetic Resonance imaging-based measurement of hippocampal volume in post traumatic stress disorder related to childhood physical and sexual abuse: A preliminary Report." Biological Psychiatry, 1997, Jan, v41 (n1) : 23-32 


It helps us to remember faces.

, Gary, Smith, Michael E, Halogen, Eric. "Neural Encoding of individual words and faces by the human hippocampus and amygdala." Nature, v333, n6175 (June 23, 1988) : 773 (3 pages)


 It retrieves long-term memories of events and places

, Raymond P. "An attribute analysis of memory: The role of the Hippocampus." Physiological Pychologgy, 1980, Jun, v8, (n2) : 189-197


 It atrophies under stress

, Robert M. "Why stress is bad for your brain" Science, 1996, Aug, v273 (n5276) : 749-750


 It supports the experience of novelty, so that new things are exciting.

, Robert T, "Contribution of the Human Hippocampus to novelty detection" Nature, 1996, Sep, v383 (n6597) : 256-259


On the left, it helps with verbal learning. 

, Gregory P. Loring, David W. Smith, Joseph R.; Flanigan, Herman F., "Material specific learning during electrical stimulation of the Human Hippocampus." Cortex 1990 sep v26 (n3) : 433-442


On the right, it helps spatial learning.

, B. "Brain region takes a hack at navigation. (Navigational information is processed in the right hippocampus...) Science News v152 n13 (sept 27, 1997) : 198  


On the right, it produces pleasant experiences under magnetic signal stimulation (including inner visual imagery in some subjects)

, Michael A., ; Richards, Pauline M.; Koren, Stanley A. "Differential ratings of pleasantness following right and left application of low-energy magnetic fields that stimulate long-term potentiation" International journal of neuroscience , 1994 Dec, v79 )n3-4) : 191-197 -and- Unpublished lab results

 Additional Information:

Use of the Hippocampal signal can sometimes create headaches and lethargy.

These are temporary effects, called '
metabolic snapback', that occurs when sessions are done once a week. These are more a sensation of presure, than a normal headache. They do not recurr after the third or fourth weekly session, and they respond to common over-the-counter headache medicines.

Click HERE to go to a similar page about how amygdala functions.