BB4B – Broadband for the Brain
BroadBand (BB4B) for the Brain is the stunning new concept from Terence Watts, an author and creator of a range of highly effective therapy models.
BB4B provides a unique methodology that makes working with the mind/brain/body connection easier than ever before – it is even possible to re-programme the Autonomic Nervous System where necessary to make changes at a level deeper than subconscious.
This allows beneficial adjustments to the learned instinctive behaviours.
Because of this, this process can be highly effective with problems associated with:
- Eating difficulties
- Concentration enhancement
- Stress and anxiety
- All forms of performance enhancement
- Sexual problems
- Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
- Boosting the immune system
- Digestion difficulties
- Physical energy
- Physical illness
How Does It Work?
It is well-known that for most of our waking life, we are not actually using anything like the amount of physical and psychological power that is actually available to us; and yet the human mind and body has an amazing capacity for massively increased strength and concentration under the right circumstances – usually involuntary situations in which we automatically activate ‘reserve’ neural pathways that increase the speed and intensity of the brain/body connection.
This is why, in an emergency, women have lifted cars off children and men have been known to run faster and jump higher than is normally considered humanly possible.
When an emergency occurs, we often switch without thought into something akin to ‘hyper-drive’ that provides enhanced mental prowess and motor skills. When we learn how to voluntarily access this reserve, we are able to completely ‘re-tune’ the way our brain/body connection works, even making changes actually below the level of our subconscious, in the Autonomic Nervous System.
BB4B allows a person to actually choose to access that ‘spare’ energy and resource that is there for the taking.
The methodology employed creates a therapy that is perfectly matched to your automatic processes, whether you are emotionally (a ‘feely’) or analytically (a ‘thinky’) orientated.
Many, if not most, therapies use a single approach which often don’t fit well with people with very specific thinking ‘styles’ but BB4B provides the therapist with a specialised tool that greatly enhances the degree of success for the client.