WHAT IS MENTAL FITNESS?
In Neurofeedback, mental fitness refers to the cognitive well-being of a person to healthily manage and be resilient to daily mental challenges. A mentally fit person can easily perform tasks because of these factors:
- Speed of Mental Process – Ability to quickly absorb complex situations, tasks, and information by placing logical order to it. At same time, the individual can quickly respond to these elements or shift to other activities.
- Performance – Ability to pursue long mental tasks with little exhaustion.
- Comprehension – Ability to grasp and analyze complex situations, tasks and information presented to him.
- Articulation – Ability to give well-informed judgement and feedback in a logical and clear manner.
- Emotional stability – Ability to be make sound decisions despite emotional factors.
Today, mental peak performance is important because of the many modern challenges we face. We are constantly bombarded with information from our online and offline environment. We need to exercise our minds to absorb this information and prudently respond to it. Examples of mentally challenging situations include creating business plans, focusing on work, managing one’s schedules, taking part in sports activities, and interacting with clients, co-workers, friends and family.
APEX OF MENTAL FITNESS: Who are highly mentally fit individuals?
In society, mental fitness is seen in high performing individuals from a spectrum of professions. Their common ground is found in the ability to manage and navigate through complex tasks and strategies:
- A CEO can manage over a thousand individuals by having the clarity to spot key tasks in his company.
- A top basketball player can mentally follow intricate plays from his coach and coordinate with his teammates.
- A musician has the focus to play the rhythmic pattern of musical notes in his mind or compose them.
A SOUND ALPHA MIND: How does the mind of a mentally fit individual sound like?
As mentioned, a top musician is a type of alpha mind as playing and composing music is a complex mental task. The composer must have the mental resilience to remember or compose a musical pattern in his head without actual music playing in the room. Try remembering a song beyond its chorus or writing a complex musical score. It is really difficult. Wouldn’t it be great to think in the same way as Mozart and perform like him?
Luckily, we can accurately identify a musical prodigy’s brain pattern through his notes:
When a musician expresses genius, his compositions are filled with an array of instruments and varied tempo. The output is a delightful symphony of clarity despite being rooted in complexity:
As you heard from the video above, a mentally fit mind truly sounds happy and beautiful. At closer inspection, the video’s top half patterns visually shows that music is a peak performance process. There are many quick micro-decision to be made in following a musical rhythm.
Where does this pattern for music come from?
For music, they occur in the areas below:
T3 T4 C3 C4 O1 O2 (<see another pattern!)
Click the image above to see a close-up version.
To play an instrument, the brain must have right brain wave pattern in these areas to meet the challenging patterns of learning a new instrument or creating notes in a musical score.
NEUROFEEDBACK: Following the Mind of a Maestro
Through Neurofeedback Philippines, you can develop the mind of a maestro in an easy and natural way. Our mental training is non-invasive and directly addresses specific areas in your brain that needs strengthening such as loss of concentration, moodiness and ability to learn. Neurofeedback is also used for mental conditions such as ADHD, depression, dementia, Alzheimer’s disease and similar cognitive issues. We use a Neurofeedback program from Singapore’s Brain Enchancement Center that subtly teaches you the optimum brain rhythmic patterns to develop your mind into a maestro.
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