Self-Programming techniques and software allows to leverage Patterns, Affirmations, Emotional Stability, Mood Support for wellbeing. You can test these techniques using Neuro-Programmer.

Neuro-Programmer 3 is an innovative software application that combines brainwave entrainment and applied psychology in one intuitive program to help you enhance your mental abilities and change yourself.

Self-Programming: Using focused psychological techniques, combined with the methods of hypnosis and other fields, the Neuro-Programmer 3 can help you change nearly anything about yourself. Emotional reactions, bad habits, behaviors, thought patterns and more.

Emotional Stability / Mood Support: Decades of EEG and neurofeedback research have revealed specific brainwave patterns characteristic of negative moods and overly emotional mental states. Based on this, brainwave entrainment sessions have been developed and recent research is showing it to be a very promising aide in this area.

Early on in life, language becomes intimately integrated with mental concepts, thought patterns and memories. Most people think in their native language, and when people think silently, their thought patterns are still in sentence form. It is because of this that language, in the form of recorded suggestions, hypnosis or affirmations, can be successfully used to associate ideas, concepts and beliefs to create healthy new behaviors.

NP3 helps you in making these psychological techniques work for you.

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