NeuroSculpting® is a whole-brain meditation practice developed by Lisa Wimberger. Neurosculpting® is based upon and leverages the latest findings of Neuroscience along with elements of traditional meditational practice. Neurosculpting® is designed to help us heal from life’s traumas, reduce stress, calm our nervous systems and rewrite negative beliefs and memories.
On the Neuroscultping® Institute website we find the following description:
“Neurosculpting® uses self-directed neuroplasticity to support repatterning. Train your brain with the 5-step Neurosculpting process:
Step One: Down-regulates hyperactive stress activity and an engagement with parasympathetic response.
Step Two: Enhances focused attention to support with emotional regulation.
Step Three: Increases the activity between our analytical self and our intuitive feeling self.
Step Four: Links somatosensory, bodily sensation-based, engagement to perceptual shifts in patterns.
Step Five: Enables the user to easily identify and replicate the process in day-to-day activities.”
NeuroSculpting® can be particularly helpful for Law Enforcement, military & Fire personal, EMTs, teachers, nurses, care-takers of the severely ill or anyone who lives close to stress and trauma. Neurosculpting® can also be helpful for people who suffer from chronic inflammation in their bodies. Neurosculpting® meditations are effective yet very accessible to experienced and inexperienced meditators alike.