09 14 11 Intelligence Officers Final

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  • Tell more of KURT SAUER’s story….. Thank you, Bob. And Thank you, Simone Lopes and the Arizona Chapter of the Association for Intelligence Officers for inviting me here to talk with you today. It is indeed an honor and a pleasure to meet with folks who are so vital to our national security! And what more fitting time than the week we mark ten years since the tragedies of September 11th.
  • I’m Lee Gerdes. and I’ve spent a good part of my life looking for answers about why we behave the way we do. Describe: The assault Explain the effects and the aftermath Discuss: What I tried. Nothing work. EEG Neurofeedback came close, but wasn’t fast enough or effective enough, so…What I did … What I learned/discovered… it’s all in the brain…
  • Michelangelo knew: The brain is the master control. It controls everything we think, feel, say and do.
  • WHAT DO WE UNDERSTAND ABOUT THE BRAIN TODAY THAT WE DIDN’T KNOW 10 YEARS AGO?(This is an animated slide – 3 clicks) Click first for MIND: Houston orthopedic trial vs placeboHunger – M&M trial Click second for BODY: The brain controls the autonomic nervous system (Stephen PorgesPolyvagal theory / allostasis model-resilience) Perspiration Salivation Heart rateClick Three for SPIRIT: Connection to self and others
  •  Lee to speak to this
  • Discuss trauma – Brain controls the Autonomic Nervous System Parasympathetic – Sympathetic Fight-or-flight: Types of traumas and behaviors associated with fight-or-flight Freeze: Types of traumas and behaviors associated with freeze How we see this in brainwave patterns.
  • TraumaExplain trauma and its effects… in the womb, at birth, after(Examples, pregnant mother lost her job, abusive relationship, parent is sick or ill…) Basic trauma patterns emerge as the child grows. Trauma patterns impede the ability of a child to develop appropriate connections.
  • LEE: Explain Brainwave Optimization (sound/non-invasive/non-judgmental)
  • LEE
  • LEEDIANNE: Lee, how is Brainwave Optimization different than neurofeedback or other similar technologies that people might try?
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  • DAMI EGBEYEMI - MMA
  • Growing quickly due to the fact that people are quickly recognizing the power of their brain. They are often taking care into their own hands when traditional methods fail them. 32 million clicks per month on the web for people searching on the word “brain”
  • FROM WHAT I CAN SEE, WE ARE ON THE PRECIPICE OF A NEW FRONTIER IN HUMAN WELLNESS AND BEHAVIOR. THE OPPORTUNITIES ARE AS LIMITLESS AS THE CAPACITY AND POTENTIAL OF THE HUMAN BRAIN. WE HAVEN’T EVEN BEGUN TO SCRATCH THE SURFACE. LET ME TELL YOU ABOUT JUST A FEW OF THE COLLABORATIONS THAT ARE CURRENTLY ACTIVE…Emerging partnerships with traditional medicine: Wake Forest School of Medicine Clinical Trials (what we do is a hard science – measurable) Fond du lac reservation: examines the role of Brainwave Optimization for supporting sobriety among Native Americans attending an outpatient substance abuse treatment center. Kids in poverty-Michigan: Post-traumatic slave syndrome. Soon, we will be providing Brainwave Optimization to a group of middle-school and high-school age youth in a predominantly African-American community Michigan this summer. Collecting before and after measures on academic, emotional, and behavioral variables.
  • WHAT ARE WE DOING WITH THIS KNOWLEDGE?ConstantLearning & Discovery: More than 3 million brainwave patterns.Applying what we learn each day  35,000 clients
  • CLOSE: Allow me to tell the story of Elmer Hess the Third… This is truly a story of discovery, enlightenment and connection to self and others.Elmer has Downs Syndrome. When I was asked if I could help him, I said no. His parents – and others – read my book and knew there was something in my work for their family. When I first met Elmer, he couldn’t speak; he had trouble making eye contact, his facial muscles were sagging and he sometimes drooled. He couldn’t follow simple tasks. His sisters slept with him at night because he was unable to sense when it was time to go to the bathroom.Then, what we did….treats, sweatbandThen, what happened… “thank you, Lee”Today, Elmer is more connected to self. He is able to do tasks. He can help his mother now fold laundry and put away his clothes. He is more connected to his body – regulation of bodily functions. He is more connected to others – delivering meals on wheels. He plays tambourine in the church choir (his father and grandfather are pastors.) My favorite – he picks up a basketball and shoots hoops with his friends and family.NEXT SLIDE IS LAST SLIDE. ENDING. KEEP ON SCREEN DURING Q&A.Connection to self and others --- a better world  
  • I would like to hear your thoughts and questions now, but first I want to point out that we have a few folks in our audience who have experienced Brainwave Optimization. They are here today because they believe in it. RickTansey? Truth Calkins? Can you stand so others might be able to hear about your experience after the presentation? Thank you. Now, I invite your questions.
  • 09 14 11 Intelligence Officers Final

    1. 1. “We’ve basically went through the last 20-some months, trying to figure out what is going on. Nothing yet has worked, so when I heard about Brainwave Optimization, I was ready to learn more.”<br /><ul><li>Headaches
    2. 2. Insomnia
    3. 3. Vision and balance problems</li></ul> <br />“I have way less of a headache; a lot less -- where now it’s easy to wake up. I even got to play football yesterday with my little boys.”<br />Kurt Sauer<br /> NHL Phoenix Coyotes<br />Age: 31<br />
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    6. 6. Mind<br />Body<br />Spirit<br />
    7. 7. What is <br />Brainwave Optimization?<br />
    8. 8. BRAINWAVE OPTIMIZATION<br />helps people overcome brain-related barriers that prevent them from performing at their highest <br />physical, mental/emotional <br />and spiritual levels.  <br />                <br />
    9. 9. Emotional and physical <br />traumas can disturb<br />brainwave functioning.<br />
    10. 10. TRAUMA: The source of imbalance<br />All pathologies are simply behavior to self-correct a brain imbalance<br />Brain imbalances are functional patterns for the purpose of protection which get “stuck”<br />Imbalances are stuck patterns which happen due to environment, trauma, and genetic vulnerabilities <br />
    11. 11. How does<br />Brainwave Optimization<br />work?<br />
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    18. 18. Who can we help?<br />
    19. 19. Hunger Management <br />Anger<br />Inability to Focus<br />Addictive Dependencies<br />Stress<br />Learning Difficulties<br />Poor Memory<br />Sleeping Difficulties<br />Sadness<br />Hyperactivity<br />Compulsive behaviors<br />Chronic Pain<br />Brain Injury<br />Anxiety<br />
    20. 20. “When I get into the cage, it’s not like tunnel vision anymore. I can see the moves two steps ahead.”<br /><ul><li>Depression, anxiety, stress
    21. 21. Diminished athletic performance</li></ul>                                                     <br />              <br />…it’s giving the athlete that extra little edge that might be missing – <br />or entirely changing the athlete’s performance because there isn’t that block anymore.<br />DamiEgbeyemi<br />Mixed Martial Arts Competitor<br />Now, a provider of <br />Brainwave Optimization <br />in <br />Calgary<br />
    22. 22. Special Forces, U.S. Military<br /><ul><li> Severe insomnia
    23. 23. Chronic fatigue
    24. 24. Lack of ability to interact socially
    25. 25. Depressive </li></ul>After Brainwave Optimization: <br /><ul><li> Sleep improved
    26. 26. Energy increased
    27. 27. Ability to focus increased
    28. 28. Comfort in social settings increased
    29. 29. Ability to lift weights increased (14%)
    30. 30. Reaction time increased (22%) </li></ul>Unidentified<br />Age: 32<br />
    31. 31. “Since returning from Iraq, I have been extremely stressed, hyper-vigilant, anxious and easily set off to explosive anger.”<br /><ul><li> Insomnia
    32. 32. Addiction (alcohol)
    33. 33. Stress and anxiety
    34. 34. Uncontrollable anger
    35. 35. Excessive rumination and inability to focus</li></ul>                                                     <br /> Now , I find I am able to focus clearly, my anger has subsided, and I haven’t verbally attacked anyone. My flashbacks and hyper-vigilance have reduced to a manageable level. I have eliminated my nightly alcohol intake.<br />Mark<br />Active Military Reservist<br />Age: 49<br />
    36. 36. Warrior Transition Project<br /><ul><li>463 soldiers undergo Brainwave Optimization
    37. 37. 86% effective for 70% of their symptoms , </li></ul> including: - Improved sleep <br /><ul><li> Improved happiness & well-being
    38. 38. Improved cognitive function
    39. 39. Improved ability to focus
    40. 40. Decreased anxiety & anger
    41. 41. Relieved depression
    42. 42. Released from addictions </li></li></ul><li>Independent Clinical Studies <br />I have become convinced of the potential benefit to the point that I am collaborating with BST to launch a series of research projects<br />My hope is to bring additional scientific evaluation to bear so that one day, depending on the results, this might become an accepted, reimbursable therapy, benefitting untold numbers of people and patients.<br />Charles H. Tegeler, MD<br />Wake Forest U. School of Medicine<br />McKinney-Avant Professor of Neurology<br />
    43. 43. Independent Clinical Studies <br />These inmates showed a marked decrease in inappropriate behavior, increased attention span, and improved sleep patterns. We were most impressed with the potential application of Brain State Technologies in correctional environments.<br />Howard Skolnik<br />Director, <br />Nevada <br />Dept. of Corrections<br />Study:<br />Goal:<br />Results:<br />Nevada Dept. of Corrections, 2007<br />Reduce effects of severe brain imbalance in inmates<br />“Over half of all PTSD symptoms reduced in a three-week period indicates a major shift toward inmates making healthy choices.”<br />
    44. 44. Independent Clinical Studies <br />The success rate was 100% -- <br />unheard of with methamphetamine addicts. At the end of the three-month period, all probationers were drug-free based on testimonies and random urinalysis.<br />Study:<br />Goal:<br />Prescott, Arizona Yavapai County Adult Probationers, May 2005<br />Billie Grobe<br />Chief Probation Officer at <br />Yavapai County<br />Member of Gov. of Arizona’s Methamphetamine Task Force<br />Use Brainwave Optimization to reduce repeated substance abuse infractions by adult probationers            <br />“Additionally, all probationers were arrest-free and all were engaged in gainful employment.”<br />Results:<br />
    45. 45. 150 Centers in 17 Countries<br />
    46. 46. Brainwave Optimization<br />What the future holds.<br />
    47. 47. 3,000,000 brainwave patterns<br />
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    49. 49. By optimizing our brain, <br />we optimize our entire life. <br />We owe it to ourselves to be the <br />limitless individuals we were born to be.<br />- Lee GerdesLimitless You: The Infinite Power of a Balanced Brain<br />
    50. 50. Would you like to experience <br />Brainwave Optimization?<br />Call before the end of 2011 to make an appointment for yourself or a member of your immediate family;<br />we will provide you with a <br />15% professional courtesy discount <br />for a full “intensive” <br /> ($1,700; a $2,000 value)<br />480-588-6840<br />www.brainstatetech.com<br />
    51. 51. Questions<br />

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