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|In 1987, we began to
produce Tzolkin-based "neuro-audio" software to promote
consciousness enhancement. Our software was and is
based on the simple premise that pattern recognition
software based in auditory tonal
progressions of logical sequences
are highly effective in enabling the brain to rewire and
heal itself. Although, in many ways, we were ahead
of existing neuroscience research at that
time, we understood that the human
brain's capacity to generate new neurons and synapses
when stimulated by pattern recognition therapies was far
greater than anyone expected. We also understood
that Tzolkin-based music software bears enormous
potential for stimulating the brain (and even DNA) to
remarkable new levels of functionality and capacity, in
direct accord and alignment with the highest Archetypes
of Universal Consciousness. Within 10 years, with
only anecdotal evidence, it was clear that our software
yields remarkable benefits relative to healing
neurological impairment and expansion of personal
Rather than waiting for science to prove our premise** in order for us to seriously get into creating our software products, we have steadily progressed in developing easily applicable personal cognitive enhancement tools for the common person to use for brain healing. (Note: Concurrent to our work, there was a boom in brain entrainment software based in binaural beat technology; a system that uses dual audio signals of sustained tones to entrain the brain to specific frequencies facilitating various states of mind. Although our software works in a similar manner, it is based in complex tonal progressions or melodies rooted in an highly structured Logic. As a result, our software presents the brain with a far more dynamic stimulus than binaural beat technology alone can provide.)
Supporting our premise, our understandings began to be confirmed and generally accepted in the fields of neuroscience and education, many years subsequent to our initial developments. During the past decade, there have been many research studies that have confirmed our understandings, in much greater detail and depth, further supporting our premise. Now, for the benefit of all who need and/or value supporting scientific research to validate the potential viability or our software, we are providing a few links to articles that generally provide that research information and lead to much more information along those lines.
Note: Cynics and skeptics like to cite the lack of empirical research of our products as a valid argument for declaring them "snake oil" and charlatanism. To the contrary, our software is rigidly built on principles and practices that have been empirically proven (by neurosicence and cognitive science researchers) to be highly effective in promoting synaptic generation, cognitive enhancement and advancement of consciousness for several decades. If one builds a car following the best practices of automobile engineering and successfully test drives it, one can viably declare it will take any passenger from one location to another. Effectively, that's what we've done and, just as if we'd built and tested a car as such, we can declare with certainty that our tools will usher practically all who use them into higher levels of brain functionality and consciousness. We invite anyone who would like to fund formal research of our products, or to include them in an existing, funded, related research program to contact us in order to facilitate empirical rather than anecdotal evidence of the effectiveness of Elvea Systems. Nonetheless, the anecdotal evidence is clear; our products do what we say they'll do and they are highly effective in that regard.
Music and Neuroscience Research:
Cognitive neuroscience of music
The Science of Sound and Healing
Neurosciences Institute Scientific Report - (See "Music and Brain Function", pages 14-18.)
How Music Helps to Heal the Injured Brain
Additional Neuroscience Research:
From the March 2009 Scientific American Magazine
"How to Save New Brain Cells
By Tracey J. Shors, Ph.D.
~ Thousands of new cells are generated in the adult brain every day, particularly in the hippocampus, a structure involved in learning and memory.
~ Within a couple of weeks, most of those newborn neurons will die, unless the animal is challenged to learn something new. Learning—especially that involving a great deal of effort—can keep these new neurons alive.
~ Although the neurons do not seem to be necessary for most types of learning, they may play a role in predicting the future based on past experience. Enhancing neurogenesis might therefore help slow cognitive decline and keep healthy brains fit.
Fresh neurons arise in the adult brain every day. New research suggests that the cells ultimately help with learning complex tasks—and the more they are challenged, the more they flourish
If you watch TV, read magazines or surf the Web, you have probably encountered advertisements urging you to exercise your mind. Various brain fitness programs encourage people to stay mentally limber by giving their brain a daily workout—doing everything from memorizing lists and solving puzzles to estimating the number of trees in Central Park.
It sounds a bit gimmicky, but such programs may have a real basis in neurobiology. Recent work, albeit mostly in rats, indicates that learning enhances the survival of new neurons in the adult brain. And the more engaging and challenging the problem, the greater the number of neurons that stick around. These neurons are then presumably available to aid in situations that tax the mind. It seems, then, that a mental workout can buff up the brain, much as physical exercise builds up the body."
Read the entire article:
The Life and Death of a Neuron
New Neurons for Old Brains
Modulation of DNA
DNA Can be Influenced and Reprogrammed by Words and Frequencies
** We would like to extend our software to research teams engaged in examining the effects of logic based music on the brain, generally, as well as relative to healing specific neurological disorders. If you are or know a member of such a team that would like to progress such research with any of our products, you may contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.