The right frontal lobe is extensively connected to the right hippocampus.
In fact, the hippocampus is more extensively connected to the frontal lobes than any other area of the brain's
surface. These connections are circuitous, running along of the inside wall of the brain. The frontal lobes of
the brain and and the phenomena we experience when it's activated, have a great deal to do with what we experience
when the hippocampus is activated.
Any signal can be applied to both frontal lobes, at least for one test session. However if you're going to work
with the right frontal lobe alone, then one to avoid especially is the amygdaloid signal. Unless, of course, you
have a " reversed " amygdala.
Pleasant effects have been reported using the hippocampal signal over the right frontal lobe.
The effects of using non-structured-specific signals over the right frontal lobe are not known at this time. These
include the modulated 40 Hertz signal, the Schuman resonance, the event-related potential signal, and simple waves.
However, the frontal lobes role in anticipating the future, as well as planning for it, together with the hippocampuses
crucial role in non-verbal information processing, suggests that stimulation of the right frontal lobe may increase
a person's chances for experiencing valid pre cognitive perceptions.
In other words, the right frontal lobe thinks about the future, and does it without words, and that's an important
part of seeing the future.
As with any other area of the brain, the modulated 40 Hertz signal has the potential to induce altered states of
consciousness dominated, in this case, by the phenomenology of the right frontal lobes.
That phenomenology will be dominated by intimations of future events, as well as nonverbal information processing.
These two phenomena do not encompass the entire neural basis for pre cognitive perception, but they do constitute
two important components.
When working with any signal over the right frontal lobe repeatedly, remain aware of any increase in pessimism
and/or anxiety. If these occur, then the session design may not be appropriate for you.