My question is for @Mark. First, thanks for your life investment into Brain Gauge and all things pertaining to helping people get better. If it weren’t for you, @Bob, and a few other kind and honest people in my past, I know I wouldn’t be enjoying the level of health and health freedom I am today.
I need to admit up front that I understand much more about how to use my Micro Pulse than my Brain Gauge.
However, when I took / take the full battery of tests with Brain Gauge I get very poor scores in the area of discerning the passage of time. This seems very accurate to me as I did a little research on that and from experience I’ve always struggled to be on time and guess how long it takes to get up, get moving, get ready in the morning and get to my destination. I’m 34 now and I’ve had this problem as long as I can remember (to the chagrin of family and friends).
Background: When I started experimenting with the pressure technique months ago I eventually put it on my head and noticed I have some sort of noise heard in my left ear because after an hour or two of use it temporarily went away and returned a few hours later after a moment of stress/frustration. I should also mention that every time I apply the pressure technique I literally have to wait until all the pain is gone before the area is completely fixed/healed/restored.
I did not do that at all with my head. Instead, I experimented with different spots on my head to see how extensive the pain spots were. I would say 50-70% of my head has them. I define them by applying a small level of pressure with the massaging wand while the device is in proximity and then the pain manifests itself and the body seems to focus on it (directed healing maybe?) until it’s gone. This has worked quite well for me in every other area of my body so far but it causes the noise to get slightly louder or more prominent temporarily. So, I only do it in the evenings because I’ve tuned out the noise 95% of the day. I only hear it if it’s absolutely quiet in the room. I might describe it like the sound you have after shooting a gun. Not a true ring but more of an after-blast like effect.
Note I distinctly remember falling backwards in a chair as a small child but my parents said the injury required stitches but were told by the doctor it was otherwise superficial. That said, I have what I would call a “dent” shaped like a crescent in the back left parietal area of my head. It’s about as long as my pinky finger and half as deep. It was deeper but after sleeping on my A9 for several months early on it partially healed (it would probably keep healing but I moved on to other experiments for now).
Based on this image (if accurate) I’m actually the strongest in the left back region and right front. I’m decent in the left front and very poor in the back right. The brain is an enigma to me.
Question: My question is given the fact that I seem to be able to draw the body’s attention to the pressure until the body manages to heal the area (whether it takes a few hours one day or several days) where do I need to put it to try to fix the time discernment issue?
Final: I oftentimes feel as if I’m stuck “in a box” or the like but the difference is I come out of it every twenty minutes or so. I can tell what 0-2 minutes is like and after 20 minutes but the 2-20 minute time frame is very hard for me to determine (hence lengthy posts, potentially awkward social conversation with friends, family, and work environments, and difficulty improving this problem with social techniques).
I’d appreciate any insight you may have on this when you have the time! Thanks again!