Brain Mapping for Meditation


What Are Your Brain Mapping Markers

After brain mapping thousands of meditators from all over the world, from different cultures, different walks of life and  different ethnic backgrounds I have identified consistent markers.

The scientific measurable parameters brainwave activity is a constant itself. It does not change if you are male or female. It does not change depending what country you are from. It does not change depending on your level of education, how much money you have or how many friends you have on FaceBook.

These brain map markers will show me if someone is new to meditation, in the intermediate stage of effective meditation or at a more advanced stage of meditation practice. Neuroplasticity is the biological mechanism that lets me measure and make accurate assessments of a person's ability to meditate effectively.

What Is Neuroplasticity?

It was once believed that when your brain reached full development around age 25 that "what you got is what you got!"


According to Wikipedia, neuroplasticity, also known as brain plasticity or neural plasticity, is an umbrella term that describes lasting change to the brain throughout an individual's life course. The term gained prominence in the latter half of the 20th century, when new research showed that many aspects of the brain could be altered (or are "plastic") even through adulthood. This notion is in contrast with the previous scientific consensus that the brain develops during a critical period in early childhood and then remains relatively unchanged (or "static").

Neuroplasticity can be observed at multiple scales, from microscopic changes in individual neurons to larger-scale changes such as cortical remapping in response to injury. Behavior, environmental stimuli, thought, and emotions may also cause neuroplastic change through activity-dependent plasticity, which has significant implications for healthy development, learning, memory, and recovery from brain damage.

At the single cell level, synaptic plasticity refers to changes in the connections between neurons, whereas non-synaptic plasticity refers to changes in their intrinsic excitability. 

Does My Neuroplasticity Change During Meditation?

Your neuroplasticity is constantly changing. When you engage in an activity over and over it causes new dendrites to form in the 

When you meditate and are able to quiet your mind they are parts of you brain map that indicate if you are connected to the unified field of consciousness. Your brainmap will tell me if you are connected to the power of healing energy. 

I can tell whether you have established a gateway from your subconscious and how tuned into using your intuition you are.

Your brainmap will tell me whether you have an inward focus during meditation or are you paying more attention to the distraction going on around you.

I can tell from your brain map if you have difficulty quieting your mind because you have too much mind-chatter.

Your brain map will let me know if you are able to balance the energy in the three critical electromagnetic centers needed to effectively manifest your desires.