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Brainwave Spaces

Paras Kaul Receives Outstanding Achievement Award from President of George Mason UniversityBrainwave Spaces are virtual environments designed to explore new applications using brainwave technology for interactive user experiences that train the brain for health and educational purposes.  Using brainwave analysis, multimedia and biofeedback, brainwave spaces provide exciting and fun experiences that stimulate good health and focused mental activity.

This site is intended to call attention to brain matters and to stimulate interest in brainwave wellness workshops. Techniques will be introduced to increase brainwave coherence for workshop attendees. Brainwaves will be monitored, and corresponding blood pressure, heart rate and oxygen intake will be analyzed before and after a five step, seated Qigong sequence.

Paras Kaul posits that morphing brainwaves to optimal states stimulates good health in the physical body and produces a feeling of well-being in body, mind and spirit and that continued practice increases the mind's ability to control brainwaves, which potentially can strengthen human capabilities for self-healing and rehabilitation. She supports brainwave research by teaching and designing websites.

George Mason University's President, Alan
Merten honors Paras Kaul with an Outstanding
Achievement Award
for previous work as Director
of Web Communications at Mason.

Brainwave Morphing Workshops

  • General introduction to brainwave analysis
  • Understanding EEG and bw data
  • Monitoring your brainwaves
  • Techniques for Brainwave Switching
  • Five step Qigong Practice
  • Outcomes

Tune Up Your Brainwaves

Tuning up brainwave activity stimulates good health in the physical body and produces a feeling of well being in body, mind and spirit. Continued practice with the mind in control of one's brainwaves has the potential to extend capabilities for nonverbal communication, self-healing and rehabilitation. Additionally, there is clarity in thought with increased focus.

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