Definition of PSYCH-K
PSYCH-K is a scientific and psychological process designed to rewrite the subconscious mind’s “software” for personal empowerment and performance. Based on brain dominance theory, quantum science and neuroscience; PSYCH-K also utilizes principles of mind/body/spirit integration. Scientific research proves that PSYCH-K generates a “Whole-Brain State” featuring a bilateral, symmetrical brain wave pattern. The result of a PSYCH-K balance equilibrates the brains two hemispheres, enabling nearly immediate subconscious mindset changes.
Rob Williams, founder of PSYCH-K.
The Whole Brain State
The optimal state of consciousness is to have the qualities and attributes of both brain hemispheres operating simultaneously, to have the mind/brain’s full response system available; and to create a “user-friendly” state of consciousness for changing subconscious beliefs quickly and easily. We refer to this as the Whole Brain State. Our research shows that in 98 percent of subjects tested, PSYCH-K created this state of mind in just minutes. This Whole Brain State can beneficially and dramatically influence our performance.
Jeffrey L. Fannin, PhD. Neuroscientist Director, Center for Cognitive Enhancement
The following research papers were published in psychotherapy, business, and neuroscience peer reviewed journals. They document brain mapping research done by Jeffrey L. Fannin, Ph.D., Director of the Center for Cognitive Enhancement, in Glendale, Arizona. Rob Williams, Originator of PSYCH-K, co-authored the papers. The research promotes the “Whole-Brain State’s” value, and its role in the evolution of human consciousness. Dr. Fannin’s neurofeedback experiments demonstrate that the brain’s new bilateral, symmetrical wave pattern result from application of the PSYCH-K balance processes.
CAPA Quarterly (Counseling and Psychotherapy Association of New South Wales, August 2012).
NeuroConnections (Neuroscience Newsletter, Fall 2011).
The International Journal of Management and Business (August 2012).
Brain Mapping (qEEG) now offers scientific validation that changes are in fact being made within the brain during the balance process. Neuroscientist, Dr. Jeffrey Fannin, of the Center for Cognitive Enhancement in Glendale, Arizona has been working with Rob Williams and PSYCH K since January 2009. Together, they published a paper in the peer reviewed journal, NeuroConnections in September 2011 which documents the findings of 125 participants utilizing PSYCH-K and Brain Mapping technology.
One thing is certain; that is the power of belief. The power of thought will move reality in the direction of what we believe and conceive of. If you really believe you can do something, you can.