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Scientific Proof That Proteus Works
I’ve spent the last five years reading all the available research on mind machines — and now I’ve pulled together the most accessible of this information as a way to encourage you to try this technology yourself.
To the scientific community, devices like the MindLab are known by a wide variety of names: Photic Stimulators, Brain Wave Synchronisers (BWS), Light and Sound devices (LS) and Audio Visual Stimulators (AVS). However it’s described, the proven fact is that these devices have a wide range of beneficial effects — and there’s a wealth of experimental evidence and research to show this.
— Chris Payne, MD of LifeTools
the picture above shows a brain map before a 30-minute session on a Mind’s Eye light and sound device (an earlier version of the MindLab Proteus). Notice the lack of symmetry, and the ‘thinking’ Beta activity shown by the green colouring at the back of the left side of the brain.
This is the same person after a Mind’s Eye session: all the thinking Beta activity has gone (the person’s mind is quieter), and notice the symmetry between both hemispheres: a sense of inner balance.
Glen Solomon MD reported in Headache magazine that both chronic and acute muscle contraction headaches were relieved with slow wave photic stimulation. 14 of 15 patients in this group noted complete relief of their headache. One patient noted a 75% reduction in headache intensity. Five of the six patients in this group noted complete relief of their headache. In a placebo controlled trial, none of the four responded to placebo, but all responded to treatment with slow wave photic stimulation.
Pain relieved, blood pressure lowered
Norman Shealy MD, PhD (author of “the Creation of Health”) and colleagues, using several mind machines, found that “all subjects reported increased relaxation after 30 minutes of BWS, with all but four subjects reporting relaxation depths of 60% or greater, most above 75%. When BWS was combined with self-hypnotic CDs, consistent relaxation depths of 70 to 100% were reported.”
Also “in 72 patients in whom blood pressure, pulse and pain intensity were measured, blood pressure and pulse were reduced 4 to 10% in 58 patients, and pain was decreased 30 to 100% in 60 patients (average over 50%).”
Shealy also reported that beta endorphins increased by 10 to 50% with an average of 14% increase: “the increase in beta endorphins after BWS is associated with a sense of well-being and decreased pain. Increases in norepinephrine and serotonin and the decrease in melatonin suggest an increased level of alertness.” He continued “In the last 15 years we have used BWS on over 5,000 clients. Most patients find BWS useful in increasing relaxation and in assisting them in practising the mental relaxation exercises as well as in decreasing pain.”
A final finding was that “BWS leads to enhanced sleep induction, especially at the self selected low theta rate. And return