Live Complexity Training

Introduction to Live Complexity Training

Your life exhibits complexity. Shouldn’t your EEG (brain waves)? Live complexity training (LCT) is a theory driven implementation of Technology-Assisted Self- Regulation / Self-Realization (TASR). Unlike neurofeedback and biofeedback procedures for management of diagnostic categories, LCT employs a transdiagnostic biomarker of sickness behavior as a “pointing-out instruction”, i.e., feedback. Changes in complexity in physiological measures such as EEG are often easy to see on screen. They are more difficult to describe mathematically. Complexity in the brain, body and voice increases visibly during successful maturation. Complexity increases in order to represent our accumulation of memory and skillful means. Complexity is only generated by the body-mind when there is healthy balance between excitation and inhibition and when there is adequate neuroplasticity and neuroprotection. Complexity increases as we develop gracefulness and problem solving abilities and express wellness behavior. Complexity decreases as a result of most forms of sickness behavior. Complexity without synchrony is randomness; Synchrony without complexity is rigidity. I introduced Live Complexity Training in 2015 as an expansion of my earlier development of TAG Sync neurofeedback. In the 1st quarter of 2018 I will present this new material on this website, livecomplexitytraining.com. In the meantime you can review my Kuramoto oscillator model that explains this new transdiagnostic EEG biomarker of sickness behavior. By monitoring this biomarker one can evaluate the results of various interventions. This is a particularly important finding given the current discussions regarding the problematic nature of conventional diagnoses and the prevalence of comorbidities. Development and maturation into skillful awakeness can be derailed by combinations of factors ranging from transgenerational epigenetic factors and early life adversity as well as trauma, toxins, and autosuggestion. Having a tool to point out the return of wellness behavior may sometimes be more fundamental then fumbling over the current ICD and DSM codes for multiple comorbidities. You can review the relationship between synchrony and complexity and the transdiagnostic biomarker of sickness behavior at tagsync.com. Thank you for your patience. Copyright © 2010, 2015, 2018 by Douglas Dailey
Live Complexity Training

Introduction to Live Complexity Training

Your life exhibits complexity. Shouldn’t your EEG (brain waves)? Live complexity training (LCT) is a theory driven implementation of Technology-Assisted Self-Regulation / Self-Realization (TASR). Unlike neurofeedback and biofeedback procedures for management of diagnostic categories, LCT employs a transdiagnostic biomarker of sickness behavior as a “pointing-out instruction”, i.e., feedback. Changes in complexity in physiological measures such as EEG are often easy to see on screen. They are more difficult to describe mathematically. Complexity in the brain, body and voice increases visibly during successful maturation. Complexity increases in order to represent our accumulation of memory and skillful means. Complexity is only generated by the body-mind when there is healthy balance between excitation and inhibition and when there is adequate neuroplasticity and neuroprotection. Complexity increases as we develop gracefulness and problem solving abilities and express wellness behavior. Complexity decreases as a result of most forms of sickness behavior. Complexity without synchrony is randomness; Synchrony without complexity is rigidity. I introduced Live Complexity Training in 2015 as an expansion of my earlier development of TAG Sync neurofeedback. In the 1st quarter of 2018 I will present this new material on this website, livecomplexitytraining.com. In the meantime you can review my Kuramoto oscillator model that explains this new transdiagnostic EEG biomarker of sickness behavior. By monitoring this biomarker one can evaluate the results of various interventions. This is a particularly important finding given the current discussions regarding the problematic nature of conventional diagnoses and the prevalence of comorbidities. Development and maturation into skillful awakeness can be derailed by combinations of factors ranging from transgenerational epigenetic factors and early life adversity as well as trauma, toxins, and autosuggestion. Having a tool to point out the return of wellness behavior may sometimes be more fundamental then fumbling over the current ICD and DSM codes for multiple comorbidities. You can review the relationship between synchrony and complexity and the transdiagnostic biomarker of sickness behavior at tagsync.com. Thank you for your patience. Copyright © 2010, 2015, 2018 by Douglas Dailey