Multiple Brain Integration Techniques describes the tools developed by Grant Soosalu and Marvin Oka (both from Australia) to help people come to terms with the fact that there are actually three brains (at least) in the human body. Current neurobiology is showing us that both the heart and the gut have the same kinds of neurons in them as does the brain in our heads. These neurons behave in much the same way as neurons in the head-brain do. The three brains (heart, gut, and head) communicate using the vagus nerve. The Brain Integration Techniques are designed to help a person keep all three brains in synch with each other. One of the goals of the process of mBrain coaching is to help people develop and maintain coherence amongst these three brains. We are learning that there is a physiological basis for many of our values and emotions. The head-brain's Highest Expression is Creativity; the Heart-brain's Highest Expression is Compassion and the Gut-brain's Highest Expression is Courage. Dr. Gillett was among the first 15 people in the United States to be trained in these techniques.
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