Gaze Therapy uses the brain’s own ‘switches’ to manage the connections that can reduce anxiety, panic and stress. The switches are the controllers for certain eye movements that are learnt by every pre-clinical medical student. By stimulating the switches using a gaze nearby switches are affected, allowing control of brain processes.
When babies are born they typically look up and to the side to switch on the baby’s calming (parasympathetic) nervous system that allows the gut to work and digest food. We have taken that early life gaze to teach BabyGaze for adult calming.
We have shown that a particular gaze can increase the connections that occur during dreaming sleep. Termed “da Vinci Gaze” we show you how to connect brain parts to relieve stress.