Sedona, AZ (PRWEB) May 4, 2010 — Everybody is catching the wave. From Asia to the Americas, and all across Europe, people are shaking it up to the powerful rhythm inside themselves. They’re tapping into a new mind-body training method that is surging across the continents, encouraging people of all ages and abilities to uncover the vast abilities that lie within their brain. Why? Because they say, it works.
They’re getting into the rhythm with brain wave vibration. As people move to the beat and allow their whole bodies to vibrate, they feel a release of tension and a sense of equilibrium coming back to their body and mind. Their brain clears, their energy is stimulated, and suddenly they’re in a much better mood.
The new brain fitness technique is described in the book, Brain Wave Vibration: Getting Back to the Rhythm of a Healthy, Happy Life, written by Ilchi Lee and published by BEST Life Media. It recently won a 2010 Silver Nautilus Book Award, which recognizes books that promote spiritual growth, conscious living, and positive social change, while inspiring readers to new possibilities for a better world.
At its core, the method uses basic vibration exercises to get your qi/ki energy moving and calm your brain wave activity. It involves three basic elements: 1) deliberately making vibrations in your body, 2) allowing your body to ride the rhythm, and 3) following the flow of energy.
“It may seem like magical thinking to believe that something so simple could produce such good results. But really, the healing is happening within you,” writes Ilchi Lee. “Your brain already instinctively knows what your body needs for health and happiness. This method only helps you to activate it.”
People who practice the technique say that it helps them manage stress more effectively, regain their physical vitality, master their emotions, and unleash their body’s own innate healing ability. “It has helped me manage my chronic pain, increase my energy level, and improve my attitude about life in general,” said Leslie, a practitioner in Lakewood Colorado.
“When I practice, I feel closer to my real self. It gives me a freedom that connects my body and soul,” said Peter from Epsom, England. “My right brain becomes harmonized with my left brain in a state of complete calm, peace, and emptiness,” he said. Brain wave vibration and ki energy training are taught in more than 1,000 Dahn Yoga and Body+Brain centers in 10 countries.
Publishers in seven countries have either purchased the rights to or already published foreign language versions of Brain Wave Vibration: Korea, Japan, France, Germany, Taiwan, Russia and China. The Korean edition has sold more than 300,000 copies. The first English edition, published in 2008, sold more than 80,000 copies and won a 2009 Gold Medal Living Now Book Award and a 2009 Arizona Glyph Award. The new, expanded edition includes more success stories and a deeper explanation of the science behind the method designed to change your brain.
“The book is a unique integration of the holistic tradition of the East and Western scientific insight,” said Dr. Elkhonon Goldberg, clinical professor of neurology at the New York University School of Medicine and author of The New Executive Brain. “Written in an engaging and lively style, it conveys optimism and humanism, as well as some very practical approaches to attaining mental health and balance,” he noted in his review.