NYC Therapist Heather Coleman, LCSW describes in detail her experience from a year of neurofeedback training including feeling freer from negative patterns, more playful and more at ease.
When the brain is making the gradual transition from living in a state of activation or the fight/flight/freeze response, it takes a while to make those new neural pathways. As a consequence slowly our behaviors and our perception of the world change too. Jeremy’s story is an example of what we call the “seamless changes” that are brought about by neurofeedback training.
Chögyam Trungpa Rinpoche described how we project our minds onto others, analoguous to how a projector projects its images onto a movie screen. Our habitual thoughts are the movie reel projected onto the people we care for. This analogue is very similar to the concept of projection as described in Western psychology.