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


The Temporo-Frontal area on the right side.




In principle, the hippocampal signals should be pleasant over the right Temporal/Frontal area, and the amygdaloid signal should be unpleasant.

However, NO signals have been tested over this region


Anxiety and fear can occur when the amygdala on the right side is stimulated. If you find, after applying Shakti over the right temporo-frontal area, you begin have bursts of anxiety and you should stop stimulating the right side of your brain, and series of sessions that work with the left.

Do not do more than two series of sessions over the right temporo-frontal area. After that, choose another session design.

The effects of stimulation of the left temporo-frontal area are not known at this time, but according to the theory of vectorial hemisphericity, the more active your temporo-frontal area is, the less active your left temporo-frontal area may become.

As the left side In general processes language, and the right side does not, be on the lookout for moments when you have word on the tip of your tongue that you just can't get out, or moments when you can't remember names. If these occur your right hemisphere may have become too active. Application of the signals over the left would be the best way to proceed from there.