Short Communication
Volume 10 Issue 7 - 2021
Free Will and the Biocybernaut Technology for Training Subtle Brain Energies
James V Hardt*
Neurofeedback Department, Biocybernaut Institute Inc, USA
*Corresponding Author: James V Hardt, Neurofeedback Department, Biocybernaut Institute Inc, USA.
Received: May 22, 2021; Published: June 29, 2021

How brain waves rule

On an evolutionary time scale the size growth of the human brain has been beyond rapid, almost explosive. Modern Europeans now average one cubic centimeter of brain volume more than their near relatives of the 15th century. Although some creatures like termite insects have remained largely unchanged during the last 130 million years and the coelacanth fish have remained largely unchanged during the last 420 million years. Mother Nature, as Providence, has been inventing, designing, building and adding neural circuitry to the human brain at, for Her, a breathtaking pace. Her materials are carbon-based molecules. Her tools are time, bio-electric chemistry and the forces of evolution, which impel increasing complexity and subtlety, higher orders of functionality, expansion of Consciousness and Beauty.


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Citation: James V Hardt. “Free Will and the Biocybernaut Technology for Training Subtle Brain Energies”. EC Psychology and Psychiatry 10.7 (2021): 38-48.

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