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Introduction to State Control – Webinar

$50.00

Whether you’re in the last minute of the game, arms length from the finish line, dealing with the pressure of family life, or just in the middle of a job interview, do you want to lose focus and miss out on opportunities to be your best?

Whatever your walk of life, being able to dial in and focus your mind is an important skill that every human needs.

Terms like mindfulness and flow are often used to describe our states of mind but these vague descriptions of human consciousness are difficult to measure and difficult to move towards in a progressive manner.

In the Introduction to State Control Webinar, Dr. Andrew Huberman PhD explains exactly what constitutes a “State of Mind”, how we can measure them, and gives you some simple tools to help you shift your state in real time so you can feel and perform at your best.

Also included are simple protocols so you can begin to take a conscious approach towards the health and performance of your brain to be at your best in every situation. The beauty of these techniques is that they are built into the fabric of human nature. The only prerequisites are a beginner’s mind and the willingness to practice.

Dr. Andrew Huberman’s contribution to this material was as an unpaid consultant, and was not part of his Stanford University duties or responsibilities.

Description

The Introduction to State Control “Webinar” includes;
– 10x videos presented by Dr. Andrew Huberman Ph.D.
– 2x State Control Breathing Protocols
– Exclusive insight into the leading edge of neuroscience as it pertains to state control

You will learn;
– the introductory tools to begin shifting your state in real time
– how your breath and vision play a role in your state of mind
– how to become a more effective learner by taking greater control over your state
– why “Flow” may not be the answer
– how to really quantify states of peak attention and awareness
– how the Nervous System transitions between levels of high alert and rest and what you can do to help optimize these states
– how the Autonomic Nervous System functions and what parts of it drive our everyday behavior

Dr. Andrew Huberman’s contribution to this material was as an unpaid consultant, and was not part of his Stanford University duties or responsibilities.

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